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Osaki Maestro LE 2.0 vs. Osaki Highpointe Massage Chair Comparison

The Osaki OS-4D Pro Maestro LE 2.0 and Osaki OS-Highpointe 4D are two very popular massage chairs by Osaki. More often than not, our customers frequently compare and contrast these two massage chairs when deciding which one to purchase.

In this massage chair comparison we will be going over the similarities and differences in order to contribute deciding factors to your consideration. It can be difficult and time consuming figuring out the differences between massage chairs; let us do that for you



  • 4D Massage Rollers
  • Foot Rollers & Kneading
  • Deep Calf Kneading
  • Body Scan Technology
  • SL-Track Design
  • Air Compression Massage
  • Auto Adjustable Leg Rest
  • Enclosed Footrest
  • Touchscreen Controller 
  • Zero Gravity Recline
  • Space Saving Technology
  • Bluetooth Speakers 
  • Shortcut Control Panel
  • Wireless Charger 
  • Stretch Program
  • Maestro has Heated Rollers
  • Highpointe has Voice Control
  • Massage Techniques (Manual Massage)
  • Auto Massage Programs
  • Total Airbags
  • Highpointe has Heat Therapy
  • Highpointe has Calf Rollers
  • Maestro has a Heel Stretch


4D Massage Chairs: Both chairs in this massage chair comparison come installed with pain relieving 4D massage rollers. The 4D Massage rollers work up from the neck, and down to the glutes. 4D rollers move back/forth, up/down, and left/right. 

Foot Rollers & Kneading: Enjoy a rejuvenating foot massage from both the Highpointe and Osaki Maestro LE 2.0 Massage Chair. In addition, air compression therapy kneads the feet, making them feel brand new. 

Deep Calf Kneading: Need more attention for your calves? Both of these massage chairs perform an excellent calf massage. The air bags target the calves, creating an intense, but gentle massage, boosting circulation and relaxing tense muscles. 

Body Scan Technology: Both of these massage chairs perform an accurate scan of your body, mapping out key point areas. A body scan helps the chair create an optimal massage for your body’s specific length and contours. 

SL-Track Design: SL-Track technology provides an extended range of coverage for the chair’s 4D massage rollers to travel. The SL-Track reaches from the base of the head, all the way along the back, and down to the glutes. 

Air Compression Massage: Get a comfortable air massage that mimics the feel of human hands pressing again the body. Both chair’s air bags target the shoulders, arms, hands, hips/waist, lumbar, calves, and feet. In addition, both massage chairs have airbag intensity adjustments. 

Auto Adjustable Leg Rest: Instead of having to manually adjust the leg rest, both massage chairs automatically extend to fit each user’s length. The Osaki Maestro LE 2.0 and Highpointe Massage Chair can both extend up to 8 inches.

Touchscreen Controller: Relaxing should be easy. Which is why both the Maestro and Osaki Highpointe Massage Chair come equipped with an easy-to-use touchscreen controller. The touchscreen controller is mounted to both massage chairs. This is a very nice feature for both chairs to have in common in this massage chair comparison.

Zero Gravity Recline: Experience the weightless feel of zero gravity recline. Both chairs feature zero gravity recline, however, the Osaki Highpointe features 2 stages of zero gravity plus a “Sleep Mode.”

Stretch Program: Both the Maestro LE 2.0 Massage Chair and Highpointe feature the ever-sought-after stretch program, giving you that perfect stretch you have been looking for. 

Space Saving Technology: Save space in the comfort of your own home. The Maestro only requires to be 5 inches away from the wall and the Highpoint requires to be 2 inches away from the wall.

Bluetooth Speakers: Listen to your favorite sounds and music with high quality Bluetooth speakers. Both of these massage chairs allow you to connect any of your Bluetooth capatible devices. 

Shortcut Control Panel: Quickly access features of these massage chairs with the push of a button. The Highpointe’s shortcut panel can toggle power, pause/play, zero gravity mode, adjust speed, auto demo mode, leg/foot up/down, backrest up/down. The Maestro’s shortcut panel can toggle power, play/pause, auto, zero gravity, and 4D adjustments. 

Wireless Charger: As you recharge your body, you can charge your device with a convenient wireless charger. In addition, the Maestro comes with a USB port for you to connect your devices as well.


Heated Rollers: Unlike the Highpointe, the Maestro LE 2.0 comes with a unique feature not found in many chairs. Heated rollers are implemented into the Maestro’s 4D rollers, helping relieve tense muscles and enhances the overall massage experience. 

Enclosed Footrest: The Maestro is the only chair in this massage chair comparison that comes with and an enclosed footrest to give your feet the ultimate royal treatment. 

Voice Controls: The Osaki OS-Highpointe 4D features an intelligent voice control system named “KIRI.” Activate massage programs and other features simply by speaking one of the lists of commands such as “Stretch Mode.” 

Massage Techniques (Manual Massage): Both of these massage chairs come with massage techniques, however, both of them have different techniques that the other may not have. Here a list of each massage chair’s technique. 

Osaki OS-4D Maestro LE 2.0 Massage Techniques:

  • Kneading
  • Taping
  • Shiatsu
  • Rolling
  • Kneading & Tapping
  • Kneading & Shiatsu

Osaki OS-Highpointe 4D Massage Techniques:

  • Knocking
  • Tapping
  • Rolling
  • Knocking & Tapping
  • 4D Shiatsu

Auto Massage Programs: Just like the massage techniques, both chairs in this massage chair comparison come with auto massage programs, however, both of them have different programs that the other may not have. The Maestro has 8 auto programs and the Highpointe has 16 auto programs. 

Total Airbags: The Maestro and Highpointe target the same regions of the body but have a different number of airbags. The Highpointe comes installed with 44 airbags and the Maestro has 32 airbags. 

Heat Therapy: The Maestro lacks heat therapy but does have heated rollers. The Highpointe comes equipped with heated pads for the lumbar, calves, and a unique heating shawl for the front of the body. 

Calf Rollers: The Highpointe comes installed with 1 calf massage roller per calf. The Maestro does not have calf rollers. 

Heel Stretch: Get extra attention for your feet in the Maestro. The Maestro’s reflexology technology performs a unique massage and stretch for the heel and bridge of your foot. The Highpointe does not do this.

Which Is The Right Chair For You?

Both the Osaki OS-4D Maestro LE 2.0 and Osaki OS-Highpointe 4D are two amazing massage chairs in their own rights. Making decision between the two chairs based on this massage chair comparison is a hard one to make. The Highpointe offers some unique features such as pain-relieving calf rollers and a heating shawl to wrap over your body. The Osaki Maestro also has some unique features such as a heel stretch and heated rollers that help loosen tense muscles.

Overall, what matters most is your personal preference. Some massage chairs may appear to look or be better than others, but it is all about how your body responds to the chair. Listen to what your body is telling you to help make a good decision. Both the Osaki OS-4D Maestro and Osaki OS-Highpointe are great decisions! Have more questions about these two massage chairs? Be sure to contact us directly at 800-416-4304 or chat with us directly online. We are always happy to help our customers. We also offer Finance Options to help make owning a massage chair easier.