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Old 09-03-2015, 10:26 PM   #1
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I have decided to indulge myself with a Not-So- High End Massage Chair. I see units selling for $6-7k but my limit will be around $3k. I just retired so this will be my retirement present to myself. Any specific experiences, recommendations, etc? Specifically, there are generic brand units selling for $1-2k that look similar but generally have a few missing features and customer support looks iffy.

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Get one on Craigslist. No way I would buy new.
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Get one on Craigslist. No way I would buy new.
yes they are at least 50% cheaper on CL
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