Cheapest Back Massage Devices - comparison
|Massage Pillow inSPORTline Cuscinetto||Massage Pillow inSPORTline Matabo||Neck & Shoulder Massager inSPORTline Quebii||Bamboo Massage Mat inSPORTline Bambyro||Massage Waist Belt inSPORTline Gomun|
|Price||38,70 €||53,10 €||61,40 €||127,20 €||197,20 €|
|Number of massage surfaces||-||-||-||4||-|
|Material||-||-||-||Polyester, Bamboo fibre||-|
|Number of massage head pairs||2 pair||4 pair||-||-||-|
|Number of massage speeds
Every massage chair offers massage speed options. It is the speed with which massage heads and valves work against your body. Massage chairs usually feature three speed options (low, average, high), but higher-class chairs can have more.
|Dimensions||34 x 11 x 19 cm||39 x 30 x 13 cm||-||-||-|
|Number of massage intensity levels
With every massage chair, you can set the massage intensity. It is the amount of pressure the massage heads and valves put on your body. Massage chairs usually have three intensity settings (low, average and high). However, higher-class chairs can feature more intensity levels.
|Motor output||24 W||18 W||-||-||-|
Output denotes the strength of the motor. A simple rule applies - higher output allows for more intense and higher quality massage.
The total weight of the product.
|1.04 kg||1.68 kg||1.35 kg||-||-|
The chair frame is usually made up of a combination of metal, wooden and plastic materials. The upholstery itself is then made of either genuine or synthetic leather. Genuine leather has a more luxurious look, however it is much harder to maintain. Synthetic leather is often hard to distinguish from genuine leather and its maintenance is much easier. Synthetic leather also provides longer service life, which is why it is recommended for more frequent use.