When you’re looking to purchase something as expensive as a massage chair, you usually stick to a brand that you trust and that you know has a solid reputation. While Infinite Therapeutics may not be the first brand name that comes to mind, the company, which is a division of Infinite Creative Enterprises, is well known for their line of Infinity massage chairs.
You’re more likely to see a brand model at a trade show than at your local department store, which means they’re usually more decked out with features than the average product. Our Infinity massage chair reviews will look at eight different models to find out if the brand has a consistent line of quality products, and if they could be right for you.
It’s easy to see from other Infinity massage chair reviews that the Iyashi is one of the best values that Infinite Therapeutics has to offer. The Iyashi combines the best high-tech features of other models of the brand – Bluetooth, the extra-long 49” roller track, zero-gravity positions, automatic programs, an intense foot rubbing, and lumbar heat – and rolls them into one affordable product.
One of the Iyashi’s greatest features is its space-saving design. Thanks to its sliding base, the model can be placed as close as just 1 inch away from a wall and still be able to recline without a problem. If you’re short on space in your home or apartment, this Infinite massage chair might work well for you.
Providing one of the strongest neck rubdown of any Infinite Therapeutics model, those suffering from whiplash or any other injury that causes chronic neck pain can benefit from the IT-8500. Another feature we loved about this model was its body scanning feature, which automatically detects the user’s height and adjusts the rubdown accordingly.
The long 49” rollers reach all the way down to the glutes, providing a rejuvenating lower body sensation. Complete with waist twisting, inversion therapy, zero-gravity positions, lumbar heat and more, the IT-8500 is a particularly good value and one of the most popular Infinity massage chairs on the market.
Another Infinity chair packed with features for a modest price, the IT-8800 is impressively advanced. The thing we like best about the IT-8800 is its adjustability – not only can you customize the intensity of your sensation with the wired remote control, you can also adjust the intensity of the lumbar heat, the speed, and which area of the body that you want to target.
Built-in speakers allow you to play music through a USB connection. The Infinite massage chair also comes equipped with standard brand features like zero-gravity, inversion therapy, foot rollers, and spinal correction technology.
As you could probably tell from the number, we’re taking a step back from the previous 8000 models with the IT-7800. But just because it’s an older product model doesn’t mean that it isn’t a high-quality product. It provides the same inversion therapy techniques as other products and allows for easy user customization with its simple remote control, and you get all the standard Infinite massage techniques such as kneading, tapping, rolling, and Shiatsu.
Because it’s an older model, the IT-7800 is much more affordable than most other Infinite Therapeutics chairs at under $2,000. If you don’t care about having all the latest bells and whistles and are just looking for a basic option that’s comfortable, can relieve pain in your shoulders, back, and feet, and improve your blood circulation, the IT-7800 should be a good fit for you.
The Escape model is another one of the brand’s more affordable models, priced just below $3,000. However, the cut in price does not denote a cut in quality – the product has a 47” roller track, zero gravity positions, and 38 airbags for a full-body compression rubdown. It even offers lumbar heat, a foot, and a twisting hip massage like the more expensive models, so what’s the difference? What makes this one cheaper?
While the Escape has most of the features of a much more expensive Infinite chair, there are a few missing: there is no Bluetooth connectivity, no decompression stretch, and it does not come equipped with Infinite Therapeutics 3D roller technology. However, for the price, these missing features certainly aren’t the end of the world, but if you require a very deep rubdown, it’s best to choose a model with 3D roller technology.
The Imperial model includes the standard features of an Infinity chairs (3D roller, lumbar heat, foot massage) and adds a calf-kneading. Runners and cyclists are especially susceptible to calf soreness, so the Imperial’s calf rubdown feature would probably make this model their first choice.
Another feature unique to the Imperial is its air ionizer, which is a fancy way of saying the model has small fans built in that blow cool air from the headrest. Like other brand massage chairs, the Imperial comes with the 49” in. L-track, Bluetooth compatibility, adjustable intensity, and lumbar heat. Unlike some other chairs, the Imperial features a wireless chair remote for convenient control.
While the Imperial combines the best of all the Infinite massage products, it comes at a steeper price – while most of the brand's massage chairs are between $6,000 and $8,000, the Imperial is over $12,000. If you want all the bells and whistles, this is your model.
Marketing itself as an option for those on the shorter side, the Altera comfortably seats anyone between 4’9” and 6’2” – the minimum height for most products starts at around 5’1”, so it’s nice to see some inclusivity from the brand.
Like other Infinity massage chairs, the Altera offers lumbar heat, Bluetooth connectivity, zero gravity positions, and a variety of techniques. The only main difference is that the product has been repurposed to cater to a more petite user. In a standard-sized model, a shorter person may not be able to reach the bottom of the footrests, and the shoulder rubdown might miss its mark.
By adding an adjustable leg rest and more precise airbags, the Altera makes a luxury Infinite massage chair accessible to those who may not have been able to enjoy one before. Because it is a fairly new product, the reviews out for this product model are sparse, but so far, the general consensus is positive.
The last Infinity massage chair on our list is the Riage X3, which claims to be the “Rolls Royce of Reflexology”. The Riage’s rubbing sensation mimics the feeling of human hands, and, like many other products of the brand, includes the extra-long 49” roller track to massage as far down as your glutes.
One of the unique things about the Riage X3 is the shape of its roller track – while other models use an “S” shaped track, the Riage X3 uses an “L” shaped track. This means that the model doesn’t have to recline to get the full top-to-bottom treatment. Customers who own this Infinite massage chair say that their favorite thing is the ability to set the intensity of their session – for new users, a deep rubdown might be jarring and uncomfortable, so the ability to lighten the intensity is an important feature included in the Riage X3.
An in-depth look at different Infinite Therapeutics massage chairs shows that this is a brand that consistently produces high-quality products. Our Infinity massage chair reviews found an overwhelming amount of positive feedback about each model of the company.
If you choose to buy an Infinity massage chair for your home or office, you can expect comfort and advanced technology at what’s usually a pretty modest price. From a value for money perspective they are among the best.
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