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Comparing Nokori v. HighPointe


Massage chairs have become increasingly popular for their ability to provide relaxation and therapeutic relief at home. In this comparison blog, we will take a closer look at two top contenders in the market: the Kyota Nokori Syner-D and the Osaki Highpointe. Both chairs boast 4D massage technology and offer a range of features to enhance your massage experience. Let's delve into the details and compare these two impressive massage chairs.

Design and Dimensions:

The Kyota Nokori M980 Syner-D features a 49" Flexing L Track, making it suitable for individuals between 5'0" to 6'4" and weighing up to 300lbs. It offers a 2" wall clearance, allowing you to place it closer to the wall. On the other hand, the Osaki Highpointe boasts a 52" SL Track and an 8-inch footrest extension, accommodating users from 5'0" to 6'5" and weighing up to 270lbs. This additional extension provides extra legroom, ensuring a comfortable fit for taller individuals.

Massage Technology:

Both chairs offer advanced 4D massage mechanisms, which means they provide customizable depth, speed, and intensity adjustments. The Kyota Nokori M980 Syner-D utilizes Syner-D Technology, combining two individual massage mechanisms to work together synergistically. This unique approach offers superior spinal decompression and a full-length neck-to-glutes massage. The Osaki Highpointe, on the other hand, uses an SL Track to provide a comprehensive massage experience, still covering the neck-to-glutes area.

Massage Programs and Adjustments:

The Kyota Nokori M980 Syner-D comes equipped with 12 Auto Programs, providing a wide variety of massage options. It offers 5 levels of adjustment, allowing you to personalize your massage experience according to your preferences. The chair also features 2 levels of Zero Gravity, which helps distribute your body weight evenly, reducing pressure on your spine and enhancing the overall relaxation. Additionally, it includes 32 airbags for a soothing compression massage and lumbar heat with 3 levels of adjustment. The Osaki Highpointe offers 16 Auto Programs and 6 manual massage styles, ensuring a diverse range of massage techniques to choose from. With 5 levels of adjustments and 2-stage zero gravity positioning, you can customize your massage experience to target specific areas of your body.

Additional Features:

Both massage chairs offer a host of additional features to elevate your relaxation experience. The Kyota Nokori M980 Syner-D includes Bluetooth speakers, a touchscreen tablet for convenient control, chromotherapy to enhance relaxation through color therapy, a quick access joystick, and a charging pad. It also comes with a 4-year limited warranty, providing peace of mind. Similarly, the Osaki Highpointe features Bluetooth speakers, a tablet for control, a quick access shortcut panel, chromotherapy, a charging pad, and a 5-year limited warranty. It also boasts 44 airbags for a comprehensive compression massage and 6 heating zones for targeted heat therapy.

Foot and Calf Massage:

The Kyota Nokori M980 Syner-D allows you to adjust the foot massage and calf kneading by three levels, providing a customizable experience based on your preferences. The Osaki Highpointe, on the other hand, offers a triple action foot massage and calf massage, ensuring thorough relaxation and relief.

Which one do we recommend?

Both the Kyota Nokori Syner-D and the Osaki Highpointe are impressive 4D massage chairs with a range of features to enhance your massage experience. The Kyota Nokori M980 Syner-D stands out because of the new advanced Dual Track but the Osaki Highpointe has a 4D Massage Mechanism to imitate a dual track so we would recommend calling our experts today to help you decide which ones best fits you.

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