What do celebrities Whoopi Goldberg, Marth Stweart, Angela Basset, Neil Patrick Harris, Lawrence Fishburne, Alan Cummings, and Anthony Johnson have in common? They all own and give an unqualified “Thumbs-Up” to Kahuna Self-massagers. You can read the glowing testimonials and see them relaxing in their massage chairs at Kahuna’s website a Kahuna Massager Celebrity Gallery but the best thing is to go to a Kahuna Massage Dealership and experience one for yourself. The feeling is almost indescribable. Kahuna massagers are the Cadillac and Gold-Standard of the home massage industry, and while the competition is fierce, particularly their higher-end models consistently stand heads above the competition.
10. 3D Kahuna Exquisite Rhythmic Massage Chair
If your budget can handle a massage chair that does practically everything but washes your dishes, this is the massage chair for you. It has five different massage program:
In addition, the chair has heating as well as roller technology to massage your calves, your legs, your feet, your upper and lower back, your shoulders, and your neck. The chair also has zero gravity body positioning technology and the massages are monitored by a sophisticated body scanning system.
- Kneading & Knocking
- Kahuna Active Stretching
- Kahuna Chiro Twist Chiro
- Air mode
- Sleep mode
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Golfer mode
- Fast Recovery
9. Air Float 3D+ 6 Infrared Roller Kahuna Superior Massage Chair
This super massager has all of the elements that Kahuna Exquisite provides, plus it has airbag technology for the hips, the shoulders, the arms, wrap around massage for the legs, plus an incredible infrared massaging system that rolls up and down your spine, giving you the maximum benefit of heat while the rollers massage.
Combined with the multiple airbags, including acupressure points for the arms, and the fact that the legs extend for larger people, this chair, with a generous, roomy seat is everything you’ve ever dreamed of in a massage chair, but the price, is definitely a stopper for some people.
Be sure to get it from a Dealer, or someone who provides white-glove service, otherwise, it will take you a couple of hours to put it together, which is a little unexpected for the price.
8. Compact L-track Kahuna Massage Chair
Call us cheap, but if all you need is a good, quality massage chair without every bell and whistle, look no further then L-Track massage chair from Kahuna.the L-track is a little smaller, and may not seat big guys, and the massaging methods have no features to massage either your legs, your calves or feet. In fact, it comes with a padded foot-bench to rest your feet, and there is also no zero-gravity effect. Still, it’s a comfortable massage chair for most, who simply need a good massage regularly at a decent price. It has three different program modes: kneading, tapping and percuss, and 4 auto program for:
- Full body
7. Kahuna Massage Chair Hani 3200
This is essentially the same chair as the L-track Compact described above, only in a different color. It has the same features: It has three different program modes: kneading, tapping and percuss, and 4 auto program for:
- Full body
6. Kahuna Spirit Massage Chair
Like Goldilocks who searched for a bed and a chair just right, the Kahuna Spirit may be the right chair for you. It has four program modes, and five settings, with rollers that will massage you from your shoulders all the way down to your feet. It also features zero gravity and computerized body scanning, and you can switch from automated to manual programs that give you more pressure. The Kahuna Spirit is a great massage chair, but call us mighty confused here. You can buy the chair on Amazon and other retailers, but if you buy direct from Kahuna’s website, the chair is priced not one or $200 more as you would expect, but $2000 more! There is zero explanation as to why the price difference discrepancy and the $2.000 discounted price on Amazon include the white glove service, where two deliverymen come and put the chair together and remove the trash before they leave. To sum up, we like the chair but are mystified as to the price.
5. Compact Massage Chair with L-Track 4 rollers + 888 Calf & Shiatsu Foot Massage
This is a bundled set, with the same features previously described, ie, It has three different program modes: kneading, tapping and percuss, and 4 auto program The difference is instead of an ordinary, padded foot bench, you get the Kahuna 888 foot massager bench to place your feet in and experience both an excellent calf as well as a foot massage. As a bundle, this is a great deal, because the 888-foot massager has a suggested manufacturer’s price of close to $1400, and here you get both the chair and the foot massager for nearly the same price.
- Full body
4. Space-Saving Zero Gravity Full-Body Kahuna Massager
With Space-Saving 22 Auto programs to enjoy – 4 Basic Daily Programs, 4 Stretching Programs, 4 Elite Programs, 5 levels of roller speed, five levels of air pressure, plenty of airbag support, zero-gravity and heating technology, what’s not to like in a chair half-priced many of the others. Some reviewers note that the foot rollers may be a little rough for sensitive feet, but overall, this is one sweet massage chair at a great price.
3. Top Performance Kahuna Superior Massage Chair
A roughly $2800 chair, this one is roughly the same as the number four rated chair with the exception that it has more rollers, and a few more programs. It does, however, have heat for both the back and the legs, with separate on/off switches. However, it is ideal for larger people, even 6 foot-five.
2. Top Performance Kahuna Superior Massage Chair with SL-Track 6 Rollers
With a few fewer features than number 3, this is the original Kahuna SM 7300 model, the main feature missing is there are no heating elements for the back or legs. However, it is a couple a hundred dollars cheaper.
1. Body Kahuna Massager- Recliner LM6800 with Yoga & Heating Therapy
This is the original LM6800, as compared to the LM6800S. Being the original, it is somewhat cheaper, but also Kahuna’s best seller. It has a few less built-in programs, but the difference is negligible, and it’s around $500 cheaper than the LM6800S and is a top buy and our overall, best-pick.