Human Touch Massage Chair Reviews

Human Touch robotic massage chairs occupy the mid-to top-end of the market. There are a number of models available, 11 in all, and it can be pretty confusing knowing which model offers what functions and features. Basically, the chairs are best sorted into groups first and then the finer details can be tweezed out. Here’s a review of Human Touch chairs that will, hopefully, give you a good idea of what’s on offer.

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Interactive Health owns the brand name for both Human Touch and iJoy massage chairs. The company is American but all chairs are made in China. They all share a number of characteristics such as rotating calf and foot massagers and share a similar look (apart from the HT-1650). However, as the price increases, the more features and technology you get.

The following chairs are grouped with the main differences between each model in the group being explained.

The HT 100, HT 102 and HT 103

The retail price for each of these chairs is around $1,500. The upholstery is leather match vinyl with both the HT100 and HT102 being available in either Black or Bone and with OHCO Massage Chair the HT103 available in Cashew or Black – the armrests of the HT 103 come in oak. The HT 100 is smaller than the other two and has a vertical range of 20″ compared to 25.5″ of the other two chairs. Apart from these differences all the chairs are the same thing. You get the following massage functions: Rolling, Kneading, Compression and Percussion. These are the basic models so you only get Full and Spot range control. The have power recline, 1 massage program and 2 speeds for the foot and calf massager – you have to manually move it to do either one.

The chairs are good but they aren’t as good as the Fujikura 1000 massage chair that retails for less at around $1,200. The foot and calf massager is better on this chair and does both calf and foot at the same time. It also has two additional massage modes of Chop Action and Flapping.

My advice would be to pay more consideration in buying the Fujikura than the HT 100, HT 102 or HT 103.

The HT 125, HT 135, HT 136 and HT 140

The retail price of these chairs is around $2,300, $2,400, $2,400 and $2,800 resp. Apart from price, styling and chair size there is really no difference at all between them. The HT 125 is the smallest with the HT 140 being the largest. The HT 136 and HT 140 come with solid oak armrests. The massage functions available are: Rolling (1 speed), Kneading, Compression and Percussion (all with 2 speeds). The massage range control is Full, Upper, Lower and Manual Position. They come with Spot and Partial Range massage. There are a variety of colors and they all come upholstered in leather with match leather vinyl. Why, the HT140 should cost $400 more is anyone’s guess, so unless you’re really keen on its design, the other models offer better value for money.

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