DreamWave will give you a full-body shiatsu massage in style

DreamWave

After a stressful day or week, sometimes we just want to unwind with a good massage. There’s plenty of different options when you’re looking for a massage. You can go the traditional route and head to your nearest masseuse. You can buy a handheld device, or you can sink yourself into a massage chair. DreamWave, a company that specializes in shiatsu massage chairs, has unveiled their brand new model, the M.8, a luxury full-body Shiatsu chair. If you’ve ever thought about buying a massage chair, you want one that offers not only a good full-body massage but one that offers some relaxation as well.

The M.8 is designed carefully with the help of a Japanese Shiatsu master. The precise movements and techniques are digitally scripted by DreamWaves’ expert software and quality assurance teams. The end result is a perfectly crafted masterpiece that incorporates next-generation technology with timeless Eastern massage traditions.

Cliff Levin, DreamWave CEO and Founder quoted this about the new M.8:

“Imagine a state of physical and mental wellbeing, where stress melts away and relaxation is absolute. The DreamWave M.8 creates a personalized, immersive, sensory massage environment that allows for disconnecting, recharging, and rejuvenating both body and mind. The DreamWave M.8 is unapologetically luxurious, feature-rich, and more technologically advanced than any other massage chair on the market. We are proud to offer the M.8 as the ultimate choice for achieving complete relaxation at home or in the office.”

The M.8 is designed by world-renowned designer Ken Okuyama, whose previous work includes automotive designs for Porsche, Ferrari, and Maserati. The M.8’s design integrates a rear-swinging door that helps users get in and get out of their massage chair. This level of convenience will help out any individual who suffers from any back-related problems.

Here are some of the M.8’s features:

  • DeltaWave massage engine
  • Choreographed to perfection and refined to feel human
  • MaxTrack seat and back massage
  • Auto-Adaptive Design and Shiatsu Point Locator personalize the massage
  • Heated DeltaWave rollers help loosen muscles and promote improved blood circulation
  • Ionizer, aromatherapy, and chromotherapy
  • Patent pending and proprietary rear-swinging door design allows for ease of entry and exit
  • Bluetooth Speakers integrated into the headrest of the chair

The DreamWave M.8. will come with a hefty price tag of $10,000 MSRP, with a limited-edition Ken Okuyama signed M.8 for $15,000. But if you’re serious about your well-being and relaxation, then these chairs are something you should consider. We tried one out during our visit to CES 2019, and if the floor models weren’t already sold out, we would be highly considering getting our own.

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