Cozzia debuts 4D L-Track in High Point
April 7, 2017,
COVINA, Calif. – Cozzia USA, a leading supplier of robotic massage products, will debut the latest massage technology in the new Qi SE massage chair at the upcoming High Point Market, April 22-26.
The Qi SE will debut at High Point Market in the Cozzia showroom in Furniture Plaza, space 515.
The Qi SE is the company’s first 4D L-Track massage chair, a mechanism that is relatively new to the U.S. market, according to Cozzia USA President Bob Bruns.
In addition to the 4D L-Track technology, Cozzia’s newest chair can deliver a full body massage using 60 airbags, customizable leg massage that includes foot and calf compression, heated knee compression massage that’s adjustable to the upper calf and sole rollers.
Heated massage rollers offer spot-specific heat therapy.
This newest chair offers Chromatherapy 2.0, an upgraded LED light positioned in the headrest to provide color therapy through patterns of varying colors. Other features include a zero-gravity position, touch pad remote control, Bluetooth-enabled speakers, and the ability to create and save custom massage.
The Qi SE retails for $6,999 and will be available at select retailers in four color variations. It has the design aesthetics and profile of the Qi, which launched last year, and is a scaled down version without the Qi’s signature Chair Doctor technology of 4D body scanning and tension score feedback.
“We’ve been working on this chair for 12 to 15 months to bring the L-Track to the residential furniture space, and I think it will change the landscape of the massage chair the U.S. market,” said Bruns. “It could very well become our number one selling chair.”
Cozzia USA, whose parent company is Xiamen Comfort Science and Technology Group based in Xiamen, China, offers a diverse array of wellness seating solutions. With more than 20 years of experience and the largest manufacturing facility of robotic massage globally, Cozzia has become a leader in the robotic massage industry through innovating massage technology and designing products for the U.S. consumer.
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