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Human Touch HT-1650 AcuTouch Massage Chair Review

by June 08, 2009
Human Touch HT-1650 Massage Chair

Human Touch HT-1650 Massage Chair

  • Product Name: HT-1650 AcuTouch Massage Chair
  • Manufacturer: Human Touch
  • Performance Rating: StarStarStarStarStar
  • Value Rating: StarStarStarStarhalf-star
  • Review Date: June 08, 2009 01:05
  • MSRP: $ 3999
  • Buy Now

  • Upright Chair Dimensions: 62"L X 38"W X 49"H
  • Reclined Chair Dimensions: 80"L X 26"H
  • Weight: 245 lbs
  • Seat Width: 22"
  • Distance to Wall: 20"
  • Recline Angle: 105-165 Degrees
  • Massage Range: 27" (height Control/Width Control)
  • Massage Robot: 3 motor, Quad Roller
  • Chair Recline Operation: Power
  • Auto Shut-Off: 15 minutes
  • Warranty: 5 Years limited
  • Shipping Box Dimensions: 64"L X 40"W X 30"H


  • Excellent massage
  • Multiple massage modes
  • Seat massage
  • Variable height settings
  • Quiet (when arm massage disengaged)


  • No cup holder option
  • Arm massage kind of useless & loud
  • Not inexpensive


Home theater chairs are the finishing polish on a room that really makes an impact. While a good audio and video system is imperative to a quality experience, having a good set of leather chairs will really make a big splash on your guests. They really differentiate the dedicated rooms from those who simply shove a bunch of gear into a room. But what about replacing the typical high-end home theater chair with a massage chair from Human Touch? The possibilities are endless. For roughly the same price as a high-end custom chair you can have a robotic masseuse at your fingertips… now that's something to consider.
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Recent Forum Posts:

mperfct posts on June 24, 2009 10:40
majorloser, post: 586422
I'm surprised.

A story about a massaging chair that doesn't have a “happy ending”.

Try running your chair through the dishwasher.
majorloser posts on June 24, 2009 10:00
I'm surprised.

A story about a massaging chair that doesn't have a “happy ending”.
Clint DeBoer posts on June 24, 2009 07:23
The thing that really hooked me was the fact that you can buy some of these massage chairs for cheaper than some of the high-end motorized theater chairs. Drop the back, add a cup-holder, put in a bass-shaker… you get the idea… High-end home thetaer could be changed forever!
Socio posts on June 12, 2009 12:51
The massage thing would be great while watching news or TV shows but I don’t think I would want it on watching something like a Blu Ray movie.

However if one could mount a tactile transducer under it for movies then you would have the best of both worlds with that chair.
sholling posts on June 11, 2009 22:11
The one that I liked was the one that would stretch your spine. That was heaven. Unfortunately I have yet to sit in a roller type massage chair at any price point between $500 and $3000 that wasn't lumpy or saggy to sit in when the massage was off.
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