Titan Pro Ace II Massage Chair Review
Air Compression Massage8.0/10
User Flexibility (Height/Weight)7.5/10
Value For Money9.5/10
- Very Reasonably Priced For All That It Offers!
- 52'' L-Track 3D Rollers Provide Incredible Flexibility In Massage Intensity!
- Optimized So That Power Consumption Has Been Drastically Reduced!
- Could Do Better By Having A Few More Auto Modes To Choose From
It’s Only Been 6 Months Since Titan Released This Chair!
The Titan Pro Ace II was officially released in July of 2019. It’s a stylish, modern looking unit that packs the latest in massage chair technology.
But is this chair worth the $$$, or are there other chairs in the market with better “bang for your buck”? Don’t fret because we’re gonna dive into the details of the Pro Ace II and see how it really stacks up when put to the test. For now, let’s look at 6 interesting features about this chair!
Titan Pro Ace II Massage Chair: 6 Key Features You Need To Know About!
#1 3D Rollers Make For An Intense Massage!
Things can get pretty darn confusing if you’re new to the world of massage chairs. It’s all the lingo we use to describe various features! In any case, let me try to explain rollers in a manner that’s easy to understand.
Rollers are a mechanical contraption that consists of doughnut shaped discs mounted on a spindle. Below is an image of what most rollers on massage chairs typically look like.
Rollers are the most integral part of a massage chair. They are the one single component that’s responsible for delivering 70% of massage to the body. The remaining 30% of massage are delivered by airbags (we’ll talk about airbags later).
Currently there are 3 different types of rollers you can find on massage chairs. 2D rollers are the most basic and are usually found on the entry level, inexpensive units. 3D rollers are slightly more complex and can be found on your intermediate massage chairs. 4D rollers are the creme de la creme, the most sophisticated of them all, and can be found on your $6-10K high end massage chairs!
I won’t talk about 4D in this post as I think that digresses from the discussion. Instead let’s look at how 2D and 3D rollers function, and how they differ from one another!
#2 Extended 52” L-Track Does Wonders For Glute/Hamstring Massage!
In #1 we spoke about 3D rollers and how they function, but roller track is another important facet that one should always look at when considering a massage chair. Roller track looks at 2 things in particular:
#3 Are 12 Airbags Enough Or Is This A Shortcoming?
The Titan Pro Ace II comes with a total of 12 airbags. These have been strategically placed in the hands, arms, shoulders, legs, and feet area of the chair.
Osaki, Titan, & APEX are basically the same company. One initiative/optimization I’ve seen on these brands of chairs is a reduction in airbag counts, while at the same time an increase in airbag surface area coverage. If you ask me, this is perfect for 2 reasons!
Important to explain this as most folks have deemed this a shortcoming without considering why Titan even implemented this in their design.
#4 Space Saving Recline Gives You Placement Flexibility!
Another cool design improvement that’s common to most Osaki/Titan/APEX chairs is something known as space saving recline.
The idea is to minimize the space required from the back of the chair to the wall. For the Titan Pro Ace II, this distance is 6”. That is, you require a total of 6” from the chair’s back to the wall.
If you have a big house with a ton of space, this feature is probably gonna mean nothing to you. However, if you’re like most of us and tight on space in your home, then this can make a difference between whether you buy one chair from another!
#5 The 6 Auto Modes Are Well Crafted!
Finding the right massage chair is all about balance if you ask me. On one end, a good chair will have advanced technology capable of performing a variety of techniques under various intensities. On the other end, a good chair should also have considerations for user experience.
Titan have done a fairly decent job here by including 6 pre-programmed auto modes into the Pro Ace II. These are:
- Good Night—As the name suggests, this is the ideal mode to pick before calling it a night! Mild with low intensity strokes.
- Good Morning—If you want something that’ll “get you up on your feet”, this is the routine you must pick!
- Stretch—Not for the faint of heart! This is a high intense routine that makes use of both the chair’s airbags and rollers!
- Refresh—A low to medium intensity routine that’s great at any given time of the day.
- Relief—A little more intense than the “Refresh” mode, but still not too deep. Particularly great after strenuous exercise/workout!
- Yoga—A combo mode of both stretching and massage. Be warned as this is also a high intensity routine!
Note: You are able to vary the intensity to some degree for any of the 6 modes above. I recommend you first start with a low intensity and then build your way up.
#6 Massage In Zero Gravity!
Pretty much a common in 95% of massage chairs is a feature known as zero gravity.
The spine is at its most relaxed state, and the lungs have increased capacity. What does the zero gravity position look like? Kinda like the massage chair is almost inverted!
What does massaging in zero gravity feel like? Based on my experiences (on my chair – which isn’t the Pro Ace II!), zero gravity is my standard whenever I use my massage chair! It just feels way more relaxing than sitting in a normal position.
The Titan Pro Ace II has 3 steps of zero gravity, so a user can basically customize the angle of recline to their liking. It honestly doesn’t make too much sense to me, and i think this is one of those marketing things!
That being said, I just don’t see how you can have multiple stages of zero gravity. In any case, it’s not a shortcoming of the Pro Ace II in any way.
Titan Pro Ace II Massage Chair Pros & Cons!
- Decently Priced For What It Offers!—We’ll look at this some more in the comparison section, but in my opinion the Pro Ace II is decently priced for what it offers.
- 150 W Power Consumption!—I know most of you won’t care too much about power consumption, but for me it’s a big deal given how often I use my massage chair. 150 W is a good number, and lower than most similar chairs!
- 3D L-Track Allows For Flexibility In Massage!—You’re range of massage flexibility is incredibly improved with the inward/outward protruding 3D rollers. Couple that with an extended L-Track system and you have a powerful machine!
- Looks Amazing!—Aesthetics is never a major concern for me when reviewing massage chairs, but if a chair is nicely designed, it deserves being mentioned! The Pro Ace II looks like something out of a modern time machine style movie!
- More Auto Modes Would’ve Been Nice!—6 auto modes are pretty standard, and it would’ve been nice to have a few more giving how much the chair costs. Not the biggest deal in the world as the chair’s 6 auto modes are well designed, but worth mentioning.
Titan Pro Ace II Massage Chair Specifications
- Titan Pro Ace II Massage Chair Specs
- Roller Type: L-Track
- Roller Length: 52 Inches
- Total Airbags: 12
- Upright Dimensions: 48″H x 32″W x 64.5″D
- Recline Dimensions: 45.5″H x 32″W x 75″D
- Chair Material: Synthetic Leather
- Recommended Height Range: 5’0 – 6’3 ft.
- Maximum Recommended Weight: 260 lbs
How Does The Titan Pro Ace II Compare Against Similar Massage Chairs?
Ever heard the phrase “compare apples to apples” or some variation to that? That phrase becomes especially important when comparing massage chairs!
Because the Pro Ace II is a 3D chair, we will seek to compare it against similar 3D chairs on the market. One of my favorite models currently on the market is the Osaki Pro Admiral, so we’ll be comparing it against that as well as the Titan Pro Jupiter XL. The Pro Jupiter XL is also an incredibly high performing chair with a plethora of features!
- Titan Pro Jupiter XL
- 5’0 – 6’6 ft & 285 lbs.
- 53″ L-Track
Foot Roller Rows
- Lower Back, Seat, & Calves
- Titan Pro Ace II
- 5’0 – 6’3 ft & 260 lbs.
- 52″ L-Track
Foot Roller Rows
- Lower Back
- Osaki OS Pro Admiral
- 5’0 – 6’4 ft & 240 lbs.
- 49″ L-Track
Foot Roller Rows
- Lower Back & Calves
Based on current pricing, the Titan Pro Ace II is significantly cheaper than the other 2, so this is a definite consideration. The biggest factors based on the above table that really make a difference when it comes to buying are the following:
It’s a tough question to answer. It really comes down to how okay you are with 6 auto modes versus 16! If you don’t see yourself using the chair’s auto modes as often, or you prefer the flexibility of manual mode, maybe you ought to save yourself a chunk of cash and opt for the Pro Ace II.
If you’re not okay with the fewer auto modes, then maybe you need to look into considering the Pro Admiral or Pro Jupiter XL.
And because all 3 chairs are essentially from the same company, you can expect a lot of similarities in technology and workmanship. That being said, I don’t think you could really go wrong whichever of the 3 you choose from!
Affiliate Disclaimer & A Discount!
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Last but not least, if you decide to buy the Pro Jupiter XL or Pro Admiral specifically, I can offer you an additional 5% discount from what’s been listed on massage chair deals (as i’m an affiliate of massage chair deals).
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