The Osaki OS-7075R massage chair is essentially an upgrade of the original OS-7000, one of the more popular mid-range massage chairs on the market. However, there are a few extra features included this updated chair which really make the difference. Additional rollers massage the soles of the feet, and 13 motors create a more powerful, human-like touch. When combined with zero gravity massage system and 46 airbags, the Osaki OS-7075R provides an excellent full body massage.
Osaki OS-7075R features
With a futuristic looking massage chair like this you’d expect it to be packed with features. And it delivers. Here are just a few of the best features of the Osaki OS-7075R. If you would like to learn even more about this chair’s features you can take a look at the OS-7075R’s owner’s manual.
Infrared body scan technology
The infrared body scan function on the Osaki OS-7075R automatically detects the shape and size of the person using it, and then uses this information to personalize the massage. This results in a tailor-made massage, designed to suit your body type.
Zero gravity positioning
One of the Osaki OS-7075R’s strongest features is its zero gravity positioning. This places the user in a position where the body is naturally reclined and the knees raised above the heart, creating a completely ‘neutral’ posture which relieves pressure on the spine. It is an exceptionally relaxing position and really enhances the massage experience.
Head air massage
The head massager is an impressive additional feature on this massage chair. It operates using an internal airbag, which applies a relatively gentle squeezing action to the area. This is likely to be especially appreciated by those who regularly suffer from headaches.
Foot rolling massage
Probably the Osaki OS-7075RR’s biggest selling point is its foot roller system, which operates under the soles of the feet. This offers applied pressure to the underside of the foot, easing out tension in the muscles.
Back-mapping roller system
The chair has a 4 roller system positioned in the resting area of the seat, which uses 3D S-track technology to intuitively map the back of the user. Using the measurements generated, it then administers pressure from the top of the back to the base. This sophisticated technology focuses on releasing muscular tension in the neck, shoulders and lumbar area.
- Computer body scan technology
- Zero gravity positioning to minimize stress on the body
- Thai stretch massage function to help stretch both the spine and legs
- 6 pre-set automatic programs
- Extended range for vertical massage (31”)
- Side arm massagers to treat the arms and hands
- Intuitive lower leg massage
- Foot rollers
- Powerful 13 motor technology
- 46 airbags for full-body massage
- Heat therapy
- Choice of 5 colors
- Surprisingly basic remote control
- Heat therapy function is relatively mild and may not be enough for some people
- Intense deep-tissue massage, which can be too powerful for some users.
Generally speaking, the Osaki OS-7075R massage chair has an astonishing range of features, especially given its fairly competitive price tag. However, there are a few things that are lacking from the overall design. The remote control, although conveniently positioned on the armrest, feels surprisingly inadequate given the refined design of the rest of the chair. By contrast, the Fujimi EP8800 has a beautifully clear display, with easy-to-use buttons.
The six pre-set massage programs, including Healthcare, Circulation, Therapy, Smart and Relax, offer good variety, but other massage chairs such as the Inada Sogno Dreamwave offer a more inspiring range, including morning and night-time massages and a gentler program designed specifically for older or younger people to use.
At 230lb, the Osaki OS-7075R is also a relatively heavy chair, which can be problematic if you want to move it around at all. If you’re looking for something more mobile, the iJoy 2580 is about 100lb less, though of course, doesn’t have the same level of functionality.
What customers think about the Osaki OS-7075R
Unsurprisingly, most reviews of the Osaki OS-7075R are positive. The intensive nature of the massage is highlighted fairly often, with one user commenting that ‘even on the lowest setting I found myself exhaling through some of the programs’. Another customer states that the ‘deep tissue massage is great’ and that they ‘really recommend this product’.
However, another user does warn that the chair may not be suitable for all, particularly those who have ‘had back surgeries’, which indicates strongly that the it’s more tailored for those who appreciate intensive massage and have a preference for a more powerful touch.
The weight of the chair is a problem for some, and one user warns that the base in particular is ‘very heavy’, making it difficult to move through the house. However, overall, the negative comments are few and far between. Another customer claims that they ‘can’t say enough good things about it,’ and that it is ‘just superb’.
- Weight: 255lbs
- Rated Power: 150 W
- Voltage: 110 – 160
- Upright: 57”(l) x 34.5”(w) x 52.4”(h)
- Reclining: 74”(l) x 34.5”(w) x 28”(h)
- Foot rest angle: 0 – 107˚
- Reclining angle: 95˚ – 170˚
Owner’s manual for the Osaki OS-7075R
When making a big decision like what massage chair to buy it helps to have all the facts. That’s why we thought it would be useful to provide you with the owner’s manual for this and most of the other chairs we review. So here you go, the Osaki OS-7075R owner’s manual.
The Osaki OS-7075R comes with an impressive 3 year warranty, covering faulty parts, defects in materials or workmanship. In the event of the massage chair being defective, Osaki offer to replace any parts or framework during the first two years, and selected structural framework during the third year. It doesn’t cover any ‘wear and tear’ to the chair or damage caused by the user.
Who the Osaki OS-7075R is for
The Osaki OS-7075R is a formidable massage chair, which offers an exceptional array of functions given its mid-range price-tag. It provides an all-over massage, quite literally from head to toe, which is likely to appeal to those looking for a ‘serious’ model, rather than a product for occasional use.
The chair is most suited to those who understand the massage process, and who are actively seeking a chair with a fair amount of power, which is able to give an intense massage experience. With its intuitive body scan function, it’s also well suited to those who want a massage that is personalized to their body, rather than an automatic pre-programmed setting.
Who the Osaki OS-7075R is NOT for
The sheer power that the 13 motors provide makes this chair largely unsuitable for those seeking a more gentle massage. This is particularly the case for those who have recently had surgery, for whom a deep-tissue massage may be quite uncomfortable.
Its price makes it unlikely to appeal for those simply seeking a massage chair for novelty value. Instead, it’s priced to appeal to a more serious user, who is looking to enjoy a professional level massage on a regular basis. If you are looking for less expensive chair you might try looking at our review of the BestMassage EC-03.
The Osaki OS-7075R has all the same great features of the OS-7000, but the additional foot rollers and motor power really make it a strong contender on the market. There are so many features on the chair that are likely to be of interest to the serious buyer; the intuitive back roller system, the Thai back stretch function, the comforting heat massage; in short, a vast array of functions designed to offer a really high quality massage.
Available in 5 color choices, it’s also a classy looking chair, which is quite futuristic in appearance. It may be heavy, but given its technological prowess, this is unsurprising. Considering its state-of-the-art design and high quality, it is one of the more competitively priced models available to buy.