As you probably know, many massage chairs come with airbags. But each massage chair is likely to have different pressure inside their airbags.
The worst part is, none of the product manual’s have any measurements inside of them!
So how on Earth would you know which one is right for you?
Well today, I’m going to rank each of the OGAWA Massage Chairs that we have to demonstrate to you what each massage chair’s airbags are like, and how hard they press.
To do this, I’m going to set each of the massage chairs to the maximum air pressure intensity, then rate the firmness on a scale!
I’m lucky enough to have all the massage chairs in our Brisbane showroom, so without further ado, let’s get to testing!
Our Measurement Scale:
For this, we’ll set the score for each rating to help make the results make a bit more sense!
- Super soft, I could barely feel it
- Very soft, it’s there but not very present
- Quite soft, I can feel it pressing, but it feels similar to a blanket on my arm
- Somewhat soft,
- Slightly soft, it feels like a normal press that I’d be happy with over a long period of time
- Slightly firm, it feels like a normal press that I’d be happy with over a long period of time
- Somewhat firm, it feels like a nice firm press
- Quite firm, I can feel it holding me, it’s like a good handshake
- Very firm, I feel like I’m being held with a two arms firmly
- Super firm, I probably wouldn’t want this for more than 10 seconds
Massage Chair 1: Rating the OGAWA Master Drive A.I’s Airbag Pressure
On this massage chair, I tried out the hip, arm, shoulder, calf and feet airbags.