Lets take a look at the Top Selling Best Massage Chair of 2013. We keep updated on all massage chairs in the industry and we always put together a list for holiday shoppers. We go through all the brands, models, customer feedback, and customer review to make sure we give you the best massage chair of 2013. Make sure to check out our Best Massage Chair of 2014.

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The Top Selling high-end chairs are the Panasonic EP-MA70 and Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800. These chairs are known for high quality and offering a very thorough massage therapy experience. These chairs are both designed in Japan and the Cyber-Relax is still manufactured in Japan. This helps ensure the quality and usability of the chairs and they are both very easy to use. Both chairs have a smaller design and will fit snug for smaller users around 5 foot, to taller users around 6 foot 2 inches. Both the massage roller and the massage airbags are intelligently designed with multiple layers of compression airbags that make them smooth and rollers that can change in intensity and be completely controlled by the user. The Fujiiryoki chair is unique in being able to independently control all the massage airbags, and the roller intensity ranges from a scale of 1-12. The Panasonic EP-MA70 has a 3D roller that actually heats up, mimicking a hot stone massage. It’s also designed to be used as a lounger and has a reversible ottoman. These brands are both pioneers in massage chair technology and the Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800 retails for $10,499, and the EP-MA70 retails for $6999.95.

Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800

Fujiiryoki EC-3800 Massage ChairThe Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800 massage chair is know for its high quality and offers a very thorough massage therapy experience. Designed and Manufactured in Japan, the Fujiiryoki EC-3800 massage chair is made to fit in small spaces while not sacrificing on quality and features. The new Kiwami Mecha 4D knead ball system controls the speed and time of all 3D movements to replicate the movements of the human hand. This massage chair is definitely one of the best massage chairs ever made and is deemed the easier to control with the strongest massage roller, this is one to definitely check out.  The Fujiiryoki EC-3800 price is $10,499

Panasonic EP-MA70

Panasonic EP-MA70The Panasonic EP-MA70 massage chair is also manufactured and designed in Japan. One of the coolest features of the Panasonic EP-MA70 is that the 3D roller that actually heats up, mimicking a hot stone massage. This is a great feature as it loosens up the muscle tissue as it massages for a deeper and more through massage. The ottoman is reversible which will hide the massage portion of the foot rest to make it look like any lounge chair that could be in your home or setting. The arm rests have built in air bags to provide a great arm massage and even rotate back as the massage chair reclines to keep the massage areas the same. This is also one of the top massage chairs to check out. The Panasonic EP-MA70 price is $6999.95

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Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer

Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer Massage Chair
The Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer massage chair is one of our favorites. It is definitely worthy of being one of the best massage chairs on the market right now. The Dreamer is designed really similar to the OS-7200CR, in terms of size and comfort, but it is the roller technology that makes this massage chair special. The Dreamer has 3D roller technology which allows it to add additional adjustments, and apply a much deeper massage then your standard 2D roller. On the other hand, the rollers can retract and apply a lighter massage, which is great for multiple users. The Dreamer also has additional intensity and strength setting allowing you to customize your massage even further. The Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer massage chair is probable one of the best deals on the market right now. If you want a massage chair with the combination of 3D roller technology, and zero gravity recline, then this is definitely the massage chair for you. The Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer price is $6295.

Infinity Iyashi

Infinity Iyashi Massage ChairThe Infinity Iyashi massage chair is one of our favorite lower back/body massage chairs on the market right now. It has a couple unique features which really help the Iyashi standout from the competition. It has a 49” roller stroke on a unique “L” track design that allows the rollers to massage you from your neck all the way down to your glutes, which is great for lower body relief. The Infinty Iyahsi also has space saving technology, that allows it to go into a full recline just 3 inches from the wall! Some additional features that make the Iyashi really stand out are: the deep kneading foot rollers (Infinity has the best on the market), Bluetooth technology, which allows you to play music wirelessly through its speakers, and an android app that allows you to control your massage chair from your phone. The Infinity Iyashi massage chair definitely stands out from the rest. From the futuristic design, to its innovative features, this is a truly a chair for someone looking for the best in technology, and lower back and body relief. The Infinity Iyashi price is $5895.

Luraco iRobotics 6S

Luraco iRobotics 6S Massage ChairThe patented design of the Luraco iRobotics 6S massage chair  brings a grand massage experience to its customers. Made in the USA, this Zero Gravity massage chair comes with many great features and technology. The roller and airbags provide a thorough massage where you need it: back, lower back, upper back, shoulders, arms, calves, feet, arms, and hands. The adjustable intensity levels will provide a great massage whether you prefer a light massage or even a deep tissue massage. One of the coolest features is the free smart phone and tablet application. With any android phone, you can connect to your massage chair via bluetooth to control it. Plug up your smart phone to the music system and you can operate everything from the palm of your hand. The Luraco iRobotics 6S price is $5990.

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Infinity IT-8500

Infinity IT-8500 Massage Chair

If you’re looking for great deep tissue massage, then you definitely want to stop and check out the Infinity IT-8500 massage chair.This massage chair is one of the best deep tissue massage chairs for under $4,000, and is known for their strong roller technology. The IT-8500 uses an S-Track design, which allows the rollers to provide consistent pressure along your entire back, massaging all the right spots. In addition to the deep massage, the IT-8500 has one of the most comprehensive full body stretching programs, which stretches and realigns your spine. Also, if you’re on your feet all day, the Infinity IT-8500 also has some of the best foot rollers. It uses a 3 roller kneading system, which feels amazing if you have sore feet. Some additional features include: inversion therapy, which is basically a 180 degree recline, as well as a music system with speakers, and waist sway in the hip area, which is great for anyone who has lower back pain. If you’re looking for a great quality massage chair that provides a nice deep massage, and can really massage out all those aches and pains, then look no further then the Infinity IT-8500. The Infinity IT-8500 price is$4295

Osaki Os-4000T

The first massage chair to make our list this year is the Osaki OS-4000T, and for good reason, it has been one of the best-selling massage chair models this year overall. This is no surprise since the Osaki OS-4000T is an upgrade to the popular Osaki OS-4000 model. It is the same great chair, but with mechanical foot rollers, and a higher quality synthetic leather. This Osaki OS-4000T is one of the best massage chairs for the price, and is perfect for that individual looking for a massage chair that has all the features that make a full body massage chair great, and at a price that does not break the bank. The price of the Osaki OS-4000T is $2895.

That concludes our Best Massage Chair of 2013. This may be a lot of information for people to take in but you can always reach out to us with questions. Of course you can always contact Emassagechair.com to tap into their Massage Chair Expertise.

~Steph

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5 Responses

    • Stephanie Cunningham

      Hi Andy,
      Thank you for asking such a great question. As you’ve noticed there are a lot of options to choose from. Here’s a quick list of what we think will help narrow your search. The best massage chairs (highest quality) are made by Panasonic and Fujiiryoki, we like the Panasonic EP-MA70 and Cyber-Relax EC-3800. As for the simplest and easiest to use we like the Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer, and Infinity Iyashi. The best value massage chair would be the Osaki Os-4000, Infinity IT-8100, or the Panasonic EP-1285. Hopefully that doesn’t overwhelm you further :). We’d love to hear any feedback on what you decide to go with.
      ~Steph

  1. Barry in Shell Beach

    Hi Steph,
    I’m shopping for a quality massage chair. Unfortunately, while we live in paradise on the central coast of California, the shopping here sucks. I was able to try out a Inada Sogno Dreamwave and really liked it. A friend has a Human Touch….not sure of the model but I did not like it at all. I don’t want a chair to “beat me up.” I’ve had 2 lower disc laminectomies so I’m quite familiar with back pain. I’m looking for a chair that will give a decent massage and will especially work the lower lumbar region….the Human Touch didn’t “touch” it. I am 5’10 tall. The thing I liked most about the Dreamwave is the way it gently stretched my back. It would be nice to find a chair that I can order without paying the ridiculous California sales tax. But in doing that, I would be unable to try it out before purchasing…..that is why I am hoping that you can give me some good advice. Thanks!

    • Stephanie Cunningham

      Hi Barry in Shell Beach,
      Thank you for asking such a great question. Newer and higher end chairs are starting to become more aggressive in their massage strength, and I think it would be wise to look at a chair with a 3D roller. A 3D roller will allow you to control how strong the massage will be. You’re a good height for a lot of different chairs, and some of the Human Touch chairs are designed smaller to be more like furniture, so I can see how that didn’t work out. A 3D roller will also help stretch the back out as well. One of the most advance massage rollers available in a chair is the Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800. It has the most control over the massage mechanism of any massage chair. However it has a more simplistic design and no bells and whistles. Another good chair to check out is the Panasonic EP-MA70. Panasonic after Fujiiryoki, makes one of the most lifelike massage mechanisms available. This chair also has heated rollers that will help with rehabilitation and pain relief. Another chair to look at is the Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer. This is a newer model by Osaki that comes with a 3D roller, and a lot of newer bells and whistles, like foot rollers, zero gravity, and the option to add music. It isn’t as high quality as a Panasonic or Fujiiryoki chair but will offer a wide variety of massage styles and customization. You can check out these models by going to http://www.emassagechair.com. They know a lot about the chairs and would be glad to help you find the right chair.

      I’d be happy to help you with any other questions, and thanks again Barry.
      ~Steph

      • Barry in Shell Beach

        Steph,
        Thanks for getting back to me. I guess I need to get off my fanny and drive to a metropolitan area that has a good selection of chairs. I’m a little hesitant to buy any chair made in China. I did try the Sogno Dreamwave locally and liked it very much….but didn’t like the price! All the best, Barry