Oct 8th, 2017 10:28 pm
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I was just thinking that there are an awful lot of them on kijiji! Oddly, many/most seem to be out in Alberta. In my city, unfortunately no used ones that I am interested in.
Oct 8th, 2017 10:56 pm
I did found my chair on kijiji and my friends use it more then I do they are very satisfied about it but neither me and my girlfriend use it, loll
Oct 8th, 2017 11:06 pm
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Oct 9th, 2017 5:36 pm
The costco website indicates that the fulfillment of the sale is through a third party, and then down below it says:Ctrl-Z wrote: ↑Oct 9th, 2017 4:43 pmIn my case at least, Costco's "white glove" delivery simply means they will bring it into your home. It doesn't mean they assemble it and dispose of the packaging. Nor would you want them to! Unless they are for some weird reason experienced in massage chair assembly...
Oct 11th, 2017 3:54 pm
Oct 11th, 2017 11:09 pm
Perc wrote: ↑Oct 11th, 2017 3:54 pmJust in case anyone else was thinking about a massage chair and looks at this, here are minor updates to this thread....
EBI Comfort does not do the delivery....in the case of the chair I ordered it's being done by a company called Alero International. The 3 to 5 weeks the Costco website mentioned seems accurate, though conservative. My order is shaping up to take 3 weeks (it's supposed to be en-route to Ottawa in a truck on Friday, which is 10 days after ordering).
Despite not mentioning "heat" in the user manual or the icomfort website, a very helpful gentleman (Robert) at iComfort confirmed that the 1150 does have a potent heater on the back (but, not arms or legs like the picture on the Costco web page suggests).
After speaking with people at iComfort and in particular Robert (I've been annoying, and have spoken to him four times) I now have a warm/fuzzy feeling about the company. So hopefully they'll be equally supportive/obliging if I ever need warranty support, etc.
I saw an Inada Dreamwave on kijiji, so looked into that warranty (thinking it might be worth getting a used, top of the line chair). The Inada warranty is actually not 5 years (at least the ones sold through bodo, an authorized Canadian seller). In fact the warranty is no different really than the iComfort one. One year for comprehensive (parts and service) and and three years for parts. The five year is just for the structure (and I don't think I'm going to hurt a 300lb steel chair). The Inada warranty is found here
Lastly, while the gentleman at iComfort said the IC-4000 is a good value choice, he also said that they are made in different overseas factories/companies and that the IC-1150 has a stronger massage, that the difference in airbags (28 to 43) makes a very noticeable difference, and there is a difference in build and material quality. So I'm leaving well enough alone and not changing from the Costco order.
Oct 14th, 2017 1:54 pm
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