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Electric Massage Chairs

Find relaxation and help to relieve those niggling aches and pains by choosing to furnish your home from a selection of electric massage chairs.

Often found in beauty or hair salons, electric massage chairs can be a useful luxurious addition to your home, offering a raft of health and relaxation benefits. An electric massage chair works by using a system of vibration, such as rollers, gears or motors to relieve tension, stress or pain. The user can adapt the vibration to the intensity of their choice.

A HoMedics Shiatsu Max massage chair, from Unibos, offers a massage for the back and thighs. This model is equipped with five massage areas and five programmes which can be used together or individually for targeted relief. A lumbar heat function will provide extra relief for your lower back.

Wind down after a busy day at work with a reclining massage chair in artificial leather with ten functions and a remote control. This chair has been designed to soothe your head, neck, back and calf muscles. You can adjust the length of the massage to your preference, and this chair also offers heat treatment for the lumbar area.

A swivelling electric massage chair could be helpful to use at your desk, such as the B2C365 six-point recliner and massage chair. This thickly padded chair, which comes in red, black or brown, has nylon castors which enable it to swivel and a wireless remote control. It has six massage points for your upper back, lower back, thighs and bottom, and you can set your massage to last for ten, 15, or 20 minutes.

For extra comfort, choose to relax in front of the TV in an armchair-style electric massage chair from Foxhunter. This chair comes with a remote control and has a selection of massage zones with an added heat treatment function. Its high back gives support and comfort and lets you choose the strength of your massage. With a choice of colours you can find the right chair to match your decor.

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