Massage Chair Power Usage

A common question we receive at Zarifa is: What is Zarifa’s Massage Chair Power Usage?

Most people are surprised by the answer:

A standard multi-function and multi-feature massage chair usually requires a 230V socket connection. Many of our competitors require anywhere from 150 to 200 watts to operate (Casada, Homedics). However, Zarifa doesn’t take your electric bill lightly. We take Massage Chair Power Usage very seriously

Let’s compare our Massage Chair Power Usage to other common everyday items.

heater power consumption vs massage Chair Power Usage

Electric Heater 2000W

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Dryer 1000W

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Electric Blanket 200W

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desktop power consumption vs massage chair power usage

Desktop Computer 225W

microwave power consumption vs massage chair power usage

Microwave 600W

Zarifa has the best massage chair power usage on the market.

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As you can see our Zarifa Massage Chair Consumes considerably less energy than most of your everyday household appliances and items. When the Chair is turned off power consumption is of course 0.

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