Gentle Wave lounge is comfy as can be
There are lounges and then there’s the Gentle Wave Lounge. This chair is high on tech and is touted as something that mimics floating in a lake. A simple rocking motion, instigated by a remote control, can evoke a feeling of floating. The recliner has a design that keeps the user’s feet above the level of his heart; a posture that’s received NASA’s approval as a reliever of back strain and promoter of oxygen and blood flow. Two 50-watt transducers take control of massaging by producing low frequency sound waves that penetrate the body. Memory foam placed to support stress points in the body further adds to the relaxing prowess of this chair. All this comfort does not come in cheap though, as you must dole out $7,000 to lie down on one of these.