Titan Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair Review
AIR COMPRESSION MASSAGE8.0/10
USER FLEXIBILITY (HEIGHT/WEIGHT)8.0/10
VALUE FOR MONEY9.0/10
- For All The Features It Comes With, Definitely Good Value For Money!
- Calf & Foot Rollers Make A World Of Difference!
- Just 1'' Of Clearance Required From Backrest To Wall!
- Super Easy To Operate!
A Late 2020 Release That Has Gained Some Popularity!
It’s been a long time coming since I’ve done a massage chair review! Last couple months have all been super busy doing other things around the house, so I haven’t really had time to sit down and draft a review post. That’s about to change, because today I got nothing but time!
Today we’ll be looking at what I consider to be a very promising massage chair (of course based on first impressions!), Titan’s Pro Omega!
Like most of the chairs I review these days, the Omega is a fairly new release (fourth quarter of 2020). There’s a lot of cool features to talk about, which we’ll get to in a minute, but for now I wanted to talk a little bit about how the Omega looks.
What do you think? Not too shabby eh!? For an entry level chair, the design and color combinations are pretty sharp. Speaking about colors, the Omega comes in 3: taupe, black, or brown. My personal favorite is the Taupe, but it comes with a huge disadvantage: cleaning might prove to be a challenge, especially stains. Then again it’s not like you’re gonna be eating on a massage chair!
Titan Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair: 5 Features You Need To Know Of!
#1 3D SL-Track Rollers Make For A Pretty Intense Massage!
We’ve spoken in great detail about massage chair rollers in the past, and that’s because they are the single most important component in any massage chair. A well designed, well choreographed set of rollers determines how good of a massage you will get.
That’s actually all it comes down to: choreography and technology, or software and hardware is another way of looking at it. If you have good software and hardware, massage is set!
The difference between with the low and high end chairs is just this, the more you pay, the more sophisticated the technology and software.
When it comes to massage chairs, there are 3 types of rollers:
The Omega comes equipped with latest in 3D technology. Basically you get more flexibility when it comes to adjusting strength, width, and speed.
Moving on to another important aspect of the roller system….roller track. What is roller track? The simplest way of thinking about it is when you think in terms of a train and train track. The track allows the train to travel from point A to B, similarly a roller track facilitates roller movement from neck to lower back, or in this case neck to glutes.
An SL-Track is no different from an L-Track; both of them are exactly the same!
Both these types of tracks allow the roller to traverse an extended distance from upper neck pretty much all the way right down to the glutes. The roller distance for the Omega is approximately 48-50”.
#2 Calf & Foot Rollers—Impressive Considering The Price Tag!
Foot rollers are pretty standard and you can find them on most massage chairs, including the entry level models (of course there are exceptions to this). Calf rollers on the other hand, not so common. They’re a bit of a rarity if I’m honest, and I’ve even seen some high level advanced chairs that come without calf rollers. That being said, you will find most of the expensive chairs come equipped with these.
Definitely very refreshing to see calf rollers on the Omega!
And yes it does make a massive difference, at least in my opinion. Most massage chairs perform poorly in these 2 areas:
Props to Titan for at least attempting to resolve the issue by fitting the Omega with calf rollers. I’d like to see the first issue also being addressed by manufacturers in the future. I’m sure we are not too far away from seeing arm rollers fitted on massage chairs!
#3 Space Saving Might Be Useful For Those Living In Confined Spaces!
Titan/Osaki chairs have done really well over the last couple years to ensure anyone and everyone can own a massage chair. For one, their prices are more reasonable than most (speaking from experience), and for two, they have designed their chairs to be able to fit in spaces without requiring much clearance.
The Omega specifically has a tidy little feature called space saving recline; it’s basically the chair’s ability to slide forward during recline. Doing this allows it to minimize back rest to wall clearance requirements.
For the Omega this clearance is 1”! This would of course be a moot point for someone who has tons of space to play around with when it comes to massage chair placement. Definitely a good feature to still have!
#4 8 Auto Modes, 6 Massage Techniques
If you’re lazy like I am, auto modes are your jam! Get off work, jump into your massage chair, power the bad boy on, pick a mode and away you go!
The Omega gives you 8 different options to pick from when it comes to auto modes. These are shown below. The 6 massage techniques that the Omega are able to perform are also shown below.
Basically the 6 techniques are combined and choreographed to give you these auto modes, so there’s no fussing around with manual settings trying to figure things out for yourself.
#5 28 Airbags Located In Various Parts Of The Chair, All Responsible For Delivering Compression Massage!
These days it’s all about less. Less power consumption, less electrical and mechanical parts, and yes….even less airbags! To be quite honest, I don’t mind the direction we are headed. For one, it makes for a more environmentally friendly chair, and two it also helps the end user save on his/her power bill!
I’ve seen some of the older Titan/Osaki chairs come with 40-50 airbags, I think those days are mostly now behind us!
Airbag number does make a difference yes, but not as much as you think. Manufacturers have been able to optimize airbag surface coverage and have therefore been able to do away with the additional airbags. It saves them on manufacturing costs of course, and massage coverage/experience also doesn’t suffer. A win-win if you ask me!
Titan Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair Specifications
- Titan Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair Specs
- Roller Type: 3D
- Roller Length: Approximately 48-50 Inches
- Total Airbags: 28
- Upright Dimensions: 55"L x 29"W x 45"H
- Recline Dimensions: 64.5"L x 29"W x 34"H
- Chair Material: Synthetic Leather
- Height Range: 5'0" - 6'3"
- Maximum Recommended Weight: 270 lbs
Titan Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair Pros & Cons!
- Well Balanced Chair That’s Not Too Heavy On Your Wallet!—With all the features it comes equipped with, the Omega is pretty reasonably priced, all things considered! You can’t find too many 3D chairs that retails for what this does.
- Calf Rollers Make A World Of Difference!—Props to Titan for the calf rollers! Along with the foot rollers, they work really well to provide lower body massage. These along with the extended roller track, ensure lower body massage is well covered.
- Operation Is On Point!—One thing I didn’t touch on earlier is how easy the chair is to operate. Everything on the remote control is well laid out and therefore easy to understand. However, my favorite thing by far is the convenient side panel controller located on the right side of the side panel. You have the important features such as turn on/off, recline up/down. And there’s also a USB port to charge your phone!
- Honestly Can’t Think Of Any!—Considering it’s price tag, I really can’t poke any holes at the Omega! It’s a solid chair with lots of great technology, it’s easy to use, and best of all….it’s reasonably priced (at least based on current time as of writing this review!)
How Does The Titan Pro Omega 3D Compare To Other Massage Chairs?
As good as one massage chair may be, it would be foolish to go ahead and make a purchase without first seeing how it compares against similar chairs on the market. Just as you would research all the options before buying a car, so to you should do your research before buying a massage chair. I cannot overstate this enough!
Because the Omega is a 3D chair with an SL-Track (also known as L-Track), we should seek to compare it to chairs with the same kind of system.
For this reason, we’ll be comparing the Omega to Osaki’s Otmaic LE as well as the Ador Allure also by Titan Osaki.
Why am I comparing 3 chairs belonging to the same brand i.e. Titan Osaki? Well, for one all 3 of these chairs are fairly new releases so it not only makes for a fair comparison but also gives you an idea of what to expect when looking for a massage chair, and two, there’s a lot of diversity believe it or not with Titan Osaki chairs.
Not all of them are high performing, or as reasonably priced as others, so doing this comparison gives us a really good feel for what’s economical and bang for buck.
- Titan Pro Omega 3D
- 5’0 – 6’3 ft & 270 lbs.
- 48-50″ L-Track
Foot Roller Rows
- Lower Back
- 1 Inch
- Synthetic Leather
- Ador 3D Allure
- 5'0 - 6'3 ft & 265 lbs.
- 51″ L-Track
Foot Roller Rows
- Lower Back
- 2 Inches
- Synthetic Leather
- Osaki OS 3D Otamic
- 5'0 - 6'3 ft & 270 lbs.
- 53″ L-Track
Foot Roller Rows
- Lower Back & Feet
- 2 Inches
- Synthetic Leather
So what do ya figure? It should be pretty clear from the above comparison that the Allure is the highest performing chair from the lot. However….
While it is the highest performing chair, it isn’t the most economical! And of course price is an important consideration, probably the most important from all! The cheapest chair from all is the Omega, and the difference is significant.
So what does it all boil down to?
Well, if money is not a concern, then the Allure by all means is a phenomenal chair that will not disappoint. But if you’re like me and bang for your buck is your decider, then the Omega or the Otamic are both great options.
It’s a tough decision between the Otamic and the Omega, but I might be very slightly leaning towards the Omega mainly because of the calf rollers and the difference they make.
To remind you again, the Omega comes with calf rollers, the Otamic doesn’t.
Also the Omega is at this time cheaper than the Otamic, so both of these would push me in favor of the Omega.
And That’s Pretty Much A Wrap!
I’ve touched on the key points you need to know of when looking at the Omega. All in all, a fantastic chair with great performance and even better pricing. If you still have unanswered questions, definitely feel free to drop a comment down below and I can work to get you a response.
Otherwise, stay safe, and more importantly, stay well. Till next time!
Titan Pro Omega 3D images were used with permission from Osaki Massage Chair
8 thoughts on “Titan Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair Review”
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Howdy Sean, thanks for dropping by! For me the Pro Omega edges it because of the additional auto modes. What do you think? I’d love to hear!
Titan Pro Omega 3D or Kahuna SM 7300S? Others I should consider? I’m a skinny-ish 185 lb. 6′ 2″ tall active guy – in good shape, height in my legs. I want a deep massage after the following activities: rock climbing, mountain + road biking, skiing + kiteboarding. Looking for the best massage chair in a price point under $3300 or so.
Hi Adam, apologies for the delayed response. I really need to start doing a better job at responding to comments sooner. That being said, a few things to note: the SM 7300S is a 2D chair or in other words, it comes with 2D rollers, the Pro Omega 3D is a 3D chair with 3D rollers. While the Pro Omega does have the edge here, the SM 7300S has the advantage of having 6 rollers instead of the traditional 4.
If it were me and I had $3K to spend, I would look for a 3D chair. It doesn’t have to be the Pro Omega necessarily, but something similar and with calf and foot rollers to be able to massage the lower body. 3D would work well for you since you are looking for higher intensity massage. Also you should look at the Ador Allure – I’ve written a review on it here. It is more expensive but I’m sure you can find a deal for it if you look around. Does that give you some direction going forward? If not, do let me know and I’ll try to provide more specific detail if you’d like.
Last but not least, don’t just read what I have to say. To make an educated decision you should do as much research as you can – such as reading on other reviews (especially from those who own the chair if you find them), try the chair out before buying although this might be hard, and also contacting the manufacturer if you have specific questions. Hope this all helps!
I appreciate the response and the independent quality of your website. Your reviews are top notch. Thanks for the advise. I’m sure it’ll come in handy.
Thanks very much Adam! Really appreciate your kind words!
I’m considering this one, and also TP8500. Which do you think is better? I like very strong pressure, especially on my shoulder blades. I am also interested in a deep massage for glutes and calves. I like manually adjusting the exact position of the rollers, rather than having lots of programs. Now, I have the human Touch 7450, which I liked very much, but it seems to have stopped working, so I’m considering what I should replace it with. I’d love to hear your thoughts or recommendations.
Thanks for stopping by Rasa! The TP8500 is a good chair, but it’s outdated now. I would consider something else. If you like strong pressure and deep tissue massage, you should definitely opt for a chair with 3D rollers, possibly something with an L-Track to target those glutes. The Pro Omega is a great chair in my opinion, but I’m not sure if you can pinpoint the rollers – you may want to email Titan to confirm this for you.
Another thing – it’s pretty hard to find a chair which gives you a solid calf massage. This even goes for those chairs with calf rollers. A few additional questions for you:
1. How much are you looking to spend?
2. What is your height/weight range?
Apologies for the late response. I look forward to hearing back so I can assist you further. Take care!