This was originally called the Osaki-4000 but since Osaki tacked on the foot rollers feature it’s now called the 4000T. I just wanted to point that first because I was confused by the two names when I was looking at reviews for this and I’m sure many potential buyers are as well.
I opted to go with the white glove delivery feature because I thought I would have trouble assembling it, but I watched the installers do their work and it looked pretty easy to do so. I think I could have been able to do it with the help of my grandson. they were just reading off the instruction manual just like we would have done, so I don’t think the professional installation aspect was worth it.
We had an old massage chair that is probably at least 13 years old and it was on its last legs which is what made us want to look for a new model. It really is amazing how quickly technology has advanced over the past decade. I think we purchased that chair for well over $3000 at the time and this chair provides a million times better massage than the older model we have. One of the reviews said this chair was the best bang for you buck and I couldn’t agree more. The higher end models may have more advanced features but is more than good enough for us.
this chair doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that the more expensive Osaki models have…but it literally had every feature we were looking for and it gives an excllent masssage. if you want all the fancy feature such as stretching, 3d rollers, etc, look elsewhere. the “basics” like the foot rollers and heat in addition to the great massage were more then enough to give us hours of relaxation and enjoyment.