Sky, a representative from Zhejiang Shuyue Health Technology Co Ltd https://www.syhealthtech.com discusses their massage chair. The chair offers several features, including a user-friendly remote control and an auto program that adjusts to different body shapes and sizes. It also has a back heating function to provide comfort after a long day of work.
The massage chair is gaining popularity in Asian countries and the USA, with an affordable wholesale price of $420. It comes fully assembled, making it convenient for various settings, such as beauty salons and offices.
Sky envisions these chairs in every shop to offer a resting place for tired shoppers. He explains that the technology in massage chairs has evolved significantly over the years and mentions the origins of massage chair development in Japan, with China becoming a leading manufacturer.
The interviewee demonstrates the chair’s functions, including airbags and 2D rollers. They address safety concerns and describe the initial discomfort that users might feel before getting used to the massage. After 15 minutes, most users report feeling healthier and more comfortable.
Regarding distribution, Healthare Technology is open to collaborations and looks forward to exploring different product directions. They mention a massage chair conference, like K Fair, where various companies showcase their innovations, leading to healthy competition in the industry.
Sky concludes the interview by highlighting the importance of staying competitive and adapting to changing market trends. The massage chair market is continuously evolving, and companies like Healthare Technology are open to growth and innovation.
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