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Anyone tried on the OSIM iSqueez massage machine before?

Postby lala2 » Thu, 28 Oct 2004 4:52 pm

Anyone tried on the OSIM iSqueez massage machine before? Feedback pls... can it substitute foot massage? :lol:

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Postby vit_c » Thu, 28 Oct 2004 7:19 pm

nothing can subsitiute manual foot massage. I bought the predecessor of this machine for my mum - she still goes for the manual one.

However i did try this & must say that its clost ina way as no machine can do the heels, sole & calf all at the same time. It took some getting used to but i can enjoy it - if i can get over the hefty $588 slap.

They suggested i could trade in my old machine for $100 trade-in value.
I was about to swear - i paid a good $400 for that! & its just 2 yrs old & working perfectly fine.

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Postby Guest » Fri, 17 Dec 2004 11:00 am

Brand new OSIM ISqueeze for sale with unfilled warrenty card.

OSIM iSqueez is the world's 1st and only massager that squeezes your CALVES, ANKLES and FEET all at once. Combining tri-action and 3D acupressure massage, iSqueez delivers the ultimate realistic massage experience like no other.

Selling at $520.

http://shop.osim.biz/shop/details.asp?p ... 9&pID=1352

Singapore delivery can be arranged

Call 98791164

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Postby Guest » Mon, 20 Dec 2004 10:41 am

Anonymous wrote:Brand new OSIM ISqueeze for sale with unfilled warrenty card.

OSIM iSqueez is the world's 1st and only massager that squeezes your CALVES, ANKLES and FEET all at once. Combining tri-action and 3D acupressure massage, iSqueez delivers the ultimate realistic massage experience like no other.

Selling at $520.

http://shop.osim.biz/shop/details.asp?p ... 9&pID=1352

Singapore delivery can be arranged

Call 98791164


SALE CLOSED

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Postby jesswong » Mon, 20 Dec 2004 12:35 pm

I have tried it before, but I did not find it great, I still hink manual is much better

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Postby joop » Sat, 01 Jan 2005 5:21 pm

vit_c wrote:nothing can subsitiute manual foot massage. I bought the predecessor of this machine for my mum - she still goes for the manual one.

However i did try this & must say that its clost ina way as no machine can do the heels, sole & calf all at the same time. It took some getting used to but i can enjoy it - if i can get over the hefty $588 slap.

They suggested i could trade in my old machine for $100 trade-in value.
I was about to swear - i paid a good $400 for that! & its just 2 yrs old & working perfectly fine.


Am alway as so tempted to walk towards the OSIM roadshows but always so afraid they will persuade to BUY, buy buy...

Read from other places, that some people actually liked it, but it's very heavy at 13.5kg ?

Hmm..I guess the final question is can it beat the manual foot massages..
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Postby ck » Mon, 16 May 2005 1:36 pm

actually ... it isn't much of a massage ... as it is named ... it just squeezes ... fuuny thing is ... i can actually sleep while massaging after a full 10 hours of sleep ...but i feel it's a bit too costly ... my father bought it together with the isymphony ... he felt rich i suppose...

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Which brand is better for massage chairs?

Postby MQ » Mon, 19 May 2008 5:47 pm

Which massage chair is better? OTO/OSIM/OGAWA

Please reply me asap.
Thanks :D

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Re: Which brand is better for massage chairs?

Postby ksl » Tue, 20 May 2008 1:38 am

MQ wrote:Which massage chair is better? OTO/OSIM/OGAWA

Please reply me asap.
Thanks :D


I tried the 7000$ one with a joystick, it was great, however, after i questioned the sales guy over the tech specs and value, for money, I decided, even though it was a great massage, it was a very expensive one, because the parts do not last, the machine lifespan is only 5 years.

Although if you rent it out, you may make some money, however, you need to know how many massages it can do, before it starts needing new parts, and to be honest, its far to costly to have it repaired, for that kind of money, i need some guarantees, they couldn't provide.

But a good machine, I would buy one second hand at the right price, however not seen any! I'm sure there are many that are not used often, and will eventually end on the market..at half the price.

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Postby durain » Tue, 20 May 2008 1:58 am

aiya... goto geylang for good massage la. best price and always come out happy smile.

btw, the OP is from oct 2004!

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Postby deb96 » Wed, 21 May 2008 11:35 am

Cant compare with the manual massage..but it will be great after a day of action...the squeeze did help alittle! Basic massage for 30 mins...leave you...beautiful legs! :lol:


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