The Cozzia Qi massage chair makes rest seriously smart
This is the Cozzia Qi, currently available for $13,000 at Cozziausa.com.
So yes, I know that sounds like a ton of money, and it is, but wait until you hear about this thing can do.
So yes, it is a typical massage chair in a lot of ways.
It has rollers, it has foot compressors.
It also Massage your whole body or a certain targeted area, but it also has a really interesting piece of integrated [UNKNOWN] that makes this more of a smart home product than any other massage chair I've ever seen.
So the [UNKNOWN] apps for android or IOS actually has a biometric reading [UNKNOWN].
You hold on to this little device and it calculates your biometrics.
So, all sorts of different sensors and things but especially your perspiration.
So, basically how tense you are.
It'll gather that information and then decide, basically, what sort of massage you need.
So, it'll customize all of that for you.
But you can also use the app too.
Set your own types of massage so you can go for all sorts of different types.
You can customize your own, or you can use different settings that are available within the app.
So it really gives you a whole new perspective on massage, just the basic message chair that we have seen before.
This device also has integrated lighting that basically can change based on your mood.
It also has integrated speakers that connect Bluetooth that you can play soothing music or energizing music as you so desire.
And they're also planning to integrate voice control integration sometime in the future.
This isn't available now.
But at some point you might be able to say [UNKNOWN] Start my massage.
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