SEABROOK, NH – In response to dealer feedback, Infinity Massage Chairs introduces the Infinity Luminary Syner-D, its most advanced massage chair to date, according to the company. The chair can be tested this High Point Market in Infinity’s new showroom located at the International Home Furnishings Center, space H-735.
The new chair incorporates two separate massage mechanisms that work together, something Infinity hasn’t offered before.
“Previously, customers in our showroom could try our Smart Chair X3, which uses the S-track, but they were confused once they got to try our Genesis Max chair, which follows the L-track,” said said Michael Milone, Vice President. sales and business development at Infinity Massage Chairs. “They were forced to choose between one type of chair or another, but it was clear there was a desire for a chair that could offer both. Now clients can enjoy a deep tissue massage neck while their back is stretched.”
By incorporating Syner-D technology, the product has the ability to provide therapeutic relief to the back and buttock regions at the same time. Prior to the release of this advanced massage chair, Infinity manufactured chairs that included either an L-track, where a consumer could experience a full body massage, or the S-track, with stretching capabilities to provide superior spinal decompression.
The new Flex-Track combines the two, essentially offering two chairs in one. The chair is available in black and brown and is expected to retail for $9,999.
Additionally, the Luminary chair replaces a remote control with a new touchscreen tablet controller. The tablet interface allows the chair occupant to navigate and operate the chair with complete personalized control over their massage experience. The tablet also has the ability to wirelessly charge cell phones.
“We’ve found that the Genesis Max is easily our best-selling chair, despite being one of our most expensive products. However, we listen to the opinions of our dealers and are committed to providing products that provide ultimate relaxation and convenience to our customers. For just $2,000 more, a consumer no longer needs to choose what benefits them the most,” Milone added.