Has anyone seen or heard of a rocking chair with back massaging rollers.
I have seen these at an expo center some years ago but don't remember who
They were awesome....a back massage while you rock.
I thought it would be a great gift for my ailing mother.
anyone seen these?
If your mother has any type of heart or arthritic condition, do her a favor
and get something else. They disturb the heart and make sore joint hurt even
who had his kids give him one & has both ;-(
i have seen the massaging chair at New Age, Sharper Image, and some
other stores that sell high priced stuff in the malls.... the one i saw
was not a rocker, but just a chair(well just would not be the word for
it.. they also had a foot massager which is seperate on the bottom where
you would put your feet... just sit back and close your eyes... and then
it starts... sounds like night time traffic in the city... a roller
going up and down your spine you can also feel your but muscles
moving... and the $250 foot massager will get the blood flowing in your
feet....(i remember what my feet felt like as a kid when we left the
roller skating rink), like walking on air... same feeling.... when in
the store a lady clerk came up to me and aske if she could help... i
tole her lady i just fell in love.... but i could not afford it at the
time... basic chair $1850, and the $250 for the foot thing...........
but a cheaper way to go is what i have... Homemedics makes a back
massager thing that you can set on a chair or put in your car... they
ahve two models, one for about $100 and one for about $150.
the look the same the higher priced one vibrates in more places than the
cheaper one... i bought the cheaper one about 4 yrs. ago and my sister
sent me the $150 about 6 months ago... you can control where the
vibration goes, upper back. middle back. lower back, but area..... it
works on an a/c adapter, oh, the $150 one also heat sup also..........
pretty good product, but one day i will buy the chair and the foot
massage when i can afford one.....
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