This Lamborghini massage chair will 'airbag massage' your worries away
I just drove here to CES in my new Lamborghini Aventador roadster.
It's a pretty cool ride.
I don't know if you have heard about the Lamborghini, but I can't reach the pedals and they couldn't find the key, so I had to climb in over the window.
Can't reach any of the buttons, and I don't know what they do.
But I'm not actually here for the I'm not here for the Lamborghini.
This is a great car.
Not too comfortable.
I don't feel really at place.
I don't know how the doors work.
Not here for the Lamborghini surprisingly enough.
I didn't drive it in.
I'm gonna try and get out so I can show you what I'm really here for.
I've forgotten where the handle is!
This is an excellent day to wear my lobster socks.
I'm here to talk to you about the Lamborghini massage chair by Body Friend.
Come up with me here.
Now, if you think this looks like a Lamborghini, then you're right because it's actually designed to be the perfect accompaniment to your fancy roadster car.
I'm gonna climb in.
It's like a regular massage chair, except it just costs a [UNKNOWN] $30,000.
And it's just as easy to get into as a Lamborghini.
Also, quite a nice recline.
So, if you're feeling like chilling out at the end of the day, you've driven through the countryside, maybe had some apres ski with friends.
Jump into your Lamborghini massage chair, pull out your remote control, And don't forget to turn it on with the special button, shaped just like the cars.
This is real people, this is real.
Ok, I'm going to choose from all of the preset modes.
You can choose from airbag massage Smart care, manual massage and auto massage.
I think I'm gonna take an airbag massage.
Okay, I can also control where my head is, where my legs are, and I can control the incline, vibration, heat of the chair.
Now If this looks like something that's maybe a bit too fancy for your houses, you might be right.
It's worth a cool $30,000.
And it's mostly been sold in places like Macau in Asia.
They actually gave some of these away to casino high rollers after they'd earned enough points to pay for the Chair?
Is it a chair when it's this big?
All right, you can control your music through the sides.
There we go.
Can you hear that sound?
It revs like an actual car.
All right, gonna play some music, turn up the dial, and let's get the vibration going.
Ooh the heating's on Okay, back to my massage choices.
Let's go for an auto, yeah.
Auto massage, regular massage.
Let's go quick massage, just to see it.
Okay, a quick full body.
Quick full body.
I didn't think I'd get one of those in Las Vegas It's actually heated and it's rubbing my back in really confronting ways.
This is pretty amazing.
I could get used to this.
Now, most of CES is filled with tech that people are hoping you'll buy.
I don't know if I'm, I don't know if I'm going to buy this.
It's locked my legs in, and I can't move.
Okay, I don't know if I have the $30,000 to spare, and I don't know if it's going to be for me, but if you have a Lambo and if you wanna supersize your massage experience, then this is probably the chair for you.
Okay That's all for me, from the CES Show floor, I'm both delighted and really confronted.
I'm getting squeezed in new ways.
Thanks guys, see you later on the show.
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