Highpointe has a 21” seat width vs. 17” with XRest: You’ll get a more spacious and roomier seat in the Highpointe with 4 extra inches of width compared to the Osaki Xrest Massage Chair. This is an important feature depending on your height and weight when most massage chairs tend to have a snug petite feel.
XRest has an Air Ionizer: According to research, a negative air ionizer can not only remove impurities from your air, but can also help contribute to stress relief and give your energy level a boost.
Highpointe has a Unique Heating Shawl: This is a unique feature found in this massage chair comparison and is only in the Osaki Highpointe. A heating shawl that you can place over the front of your body to help warm your core and make your massage treatment more effective plus keep you relaxed and comfortable.
XRest has a Smart Muscle Pain Detector: The Xrest Massage Chair uses a Smart Muscle Pain Detector to sense tension in your torso area and tailor a massage program to your specific needs.
Highpointe Height Range is 1” Taller: If you have a taller stature, this could definitely be a deciding factor. The XRest has a maximum height range of 6’1” and the Highpointe can accommodate users up to 6’2”
XRest has an Advanced Shoulder Massage: The Xrest shoulder massage has 20 shoulder airbags and shoulder massaging nodes that deliver a meticulous shoulder and neck massage.
Highpointe Price is $2000 less: If price is a deciding factor, the minimum advertised price of the Highpointe is $2000 less than the Osaki Xrest.
XRest has an Encapsulated Foot Ottoman: The Osaki XRest comes with an encapsulated foot ottoman so your feet are completely surrounded by air compression with a maximum foot size of 13. The Highpointe Massage Chair has an equally advanced reflexology program, but uses an open-toe design made for any foot size.
XRest has App Controls: There’s an XRest App that you can download on your mobile device so you can control all the chairs functions directly from your phone.