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M SERIES® BACK MASSAGER

 MC108

relax and unwind

The M Series® Back Massager MC108 that is now enhanced with V 2.0 new configurations to give an overall improved user experience. Undergoing an internal structure strengthening, MC108’s overall mechatronic performance is enhanced and more durable. Also, massage rollers are programmed to return to the neck region as the home position, offering a more comfortable resting position for the user. Relax with both kneading and shiatsu massage techniques, soothing heat therapy, pulse vibration and 4 master masseur auto programs. With each massage session extracting an accent of everyday moderate exercise to fulfil a healthy state of being, MC108 is conveniently portable with a fully cushioned seat pad and lightweight removable quilt cover, giving you a fully contoured back massage every day!

5 KEY FEATURES YOU WILL LOVE

Kneading & Shiatsu
Massage Technique

Both Kneading and Shiatsu massage techniques deeply massages, soothes the muscles and relieves tension. Altogether aiding to improve muscle suppleness and joint flexibility.

Improved User
Experience

Equipped with the V 2.0 new configurations, MC108 offers an overall improved user experience, with internal structural strengthening for an enhanced unit’s mechatronic performance and durability.

Pulse Vibration

Vibration movement from the cushioned seat pad stimulates blood circulation, relaxes tired muscles and induces overall body relaxation.

4 Auto Programs

Get the most out of your massage with 4 master masseur customized auto massage programs: Rejuvenate, Relax, Relief and Recharge

Thermal

With a soothing heat therapy that aids to relieve muscles stiffness and strains, it also stimulates blood circulation at the same time for instant relief and comfort.

MORE FEATURES YOU WILL LOVE

Programmed Timer /Auto-Shut Off Function

Ergonomic
Design

Lower Electricity Cost

Structural Strengthening

More Comfortable Resting Position

Are you one of them?

YES? THEN YOU MAY BE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO SHOULDER AND BACK ACHES. BUT WHY?

Housewives

Housewives suffering from persistent pains such as sore muscles and body aches may in fact be suffering from Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI). Affecting the joints and tendons, it may be a result of routine everyday chores.

Drivers

Drivers frequently on the road may suffer from lack of lumbar support and back pains. This may be a result of not adjusting the seat correcting, a forward angled headrest or even the distance to the steering wheel.

Desk-Bound Workers

Office workers spend long hours at their desks and might not get a good back support from their chairs, sometimes even hunching over. This may result in muscle tightness, resulting in shoulder and back pains.

Students

Poor posture and sitting in the same position for prolonged periods of time can lead to lower back pain as well as discomfort in the back. This leaves the student feeling uncomfortable, and still not getting the right spinal support.

teachers

Teachers standing for extended hours may experience a growing dull pain at the base of the spine. Bending over students’ desks or grading assignments can add on persistent shoulder and lower back aches.

Cabin Crews

Lifting passengers’ luggage up in the overhead bin and repetitive bending movements can put a strain on the shoulders or even the back.

Machine Operators

Operating equipment that requires repetitive motion, prolong standing hours at a machine or pushing and pulling machine arms can result in shoulder and back aches, sometimes even injury.

Nurses

Transferring patients between beds, and hunching over paperwork and computer keyboards may give rise to back overexertion injuries. For some, the pain is long term.

Logistic/ Warehouse Staffs

Lifting, bending, twisting and awkward body positions can result in back muscle spasm and this group of people could be more susceptible to soft tissue injuries.

Gardeners

Gardening sometimes involves a bending at an awkward position for long periods of time. Pruning a bush and even weeding can strain the back and even cause a back injury.

Service Staffs

Standing on their feet all day without getting adequate back support, service staff unconsciously put strain on upper and lower back muscles.

Hairdressers

Required to stand all day with their arms at a raised angle, hairdressers may suffer from repetitive reaching motions and raised arms can lead to major muscle aches.

Childcare Providers

Caring for the children, and teaching over tables not meant for their heights can put a severe strain on their backs

Auto Mechanics

Lying on their backs and raising their arms to work on lifted vehicles can put strain on the major back muscles. Using heavy tools and equipment may also contribute to greater back pain.

Professional Athletes

Athletes may suffer from backaches and muscle pulls from intensive physical activity which may result in long term injury if they do not look after their body well.

4 REWARDING QUALITIES WITH NOVITA M SERIES®

STIMULATE LYMPH FLOW

Unlike the circulatory system that has the heart to pump for circulation, the lymphatic system relies on everyday motion and deep breathing to pump lymph throughout the body. Massage can help improve this lymph flow and improve the body’s ability to flush out toxin waste and unwanted materials.

KNEADING & SHIATSU MASSAGE
TECHNIQUE RELIEVING MUSCLE TENSION AND STRAIN

Adopting a combination of kneading and shiatsu massage techniques, the deep massage targets reflex points along the meridian system, increasing flexibility, promotes muscle relaxation and detoxification on the shoulders and back.

KNEADING

Kneading consists of rollers moving in circular movements. Stretching the muscles, it also improves muscle suppleness and elasticity. Aiding to sooth tension and stiffness in the tissues and muscles, the massage also keeps your body flexible and less prone to injuries.

shiatsu

Shiatsu targets the acupressure points along the meridians (energy channel), helping to release blocked energy and relieve any pain. At the same time, it stimulates natural healing from the cellular level and restores balance. It also strengthens the immune system and improve blood circulation for overall wellness.

4 AUTO MASSAGE PROGRAMS SATISFYING YOUR VARYING NEEDS

Get the most out of your massage with 4 thoughtfully customized auto massage programs that effectively reduces stiffness and gets rid of deep-rooted muscular tension.

Rejuuenate

Providing a pleasurable experience, multi-directional rollers travel across the back and primarily targets the upper back to stimulate lymphatic circulation and increase blood flow through the whole body.

relax

Shiatsu targets the acupressure points along the meridians (energy channel), helping to release blocked energy and relieve any pain. At the same time, it stimulates natural healing from the cellular level and restores balance. It also strengthens the immune system and improve blood circulation for overall wellness.

reLIEF

Focusing from the middle to the lower back area, this massage program stimulates endorphin production within our bodies which help reduce the perception of pain. It also serves as a natural emotional healing as you unwind into the massage therapy.

recharge

Especially for those who frequently experience stiff shoulders. This program targets the and shoulder area which aids to release tight muscle knots and alleviate lingering pains.

Thermal SOOTHING WARMTH

With a soothing heat therapy that aids to relieve muscles stiffness and strains, it also stimulates blood circulation at the same time for instant relief and comfort.

Benefits of Heat Therapy

  • Alleviate and relieve muscle tension and pain
  • Promotes relaxation and deep sleep
  • Muscle Relaxation
  • Improve blood circulation
  • Increases flexibility in joints, aiding in easier mobility and movement

PULSE VIBRATION A DEEPER STATE OF RELAXATION

Vibration movement from the cushioned seat pad stimulates blood circulation and induces overall body relaxation. Choose from 3 Pulse massage levels (Low, Medium or High) that helps enhance the relaxation and leaves one feeling invigorated.

VERSATILE & CONVENIENTLY PORTABLE PERFECT FOR EVERYONE

Versatile and conveniently portable, The M Series® Back Massager MC108 is generously fitting for most chairs. Ease away your fatigue and tiredness and enjoy the soothing comfort that follows.

DESIGNED TO PLEASE INTRICATELY CONSTRUCTED TO DELIGHT YOU

Designed with a fully cushioned seat pad and removable lightweight quilt PU leather cover, the unit’s ergonomic construction is conveniently portable for you and your loved ones.

PERSONALIZED MASSAGE EXPERIENCE
RELAX & UNWIND

Personalize your own massage experience with the option to adjust the roller direction and also choose sections of your back for a targeted massage. With your comfort in mind, the MC108 comes with a headrest pillow for your head support. Adjustable according to your preference, it can also be detached easily from the back massager.

  • Power On / Off Button
  • Rejuvenate Auto Program
  • Relax Auto Program
  • Relief Auto Program
  • Recharge Auto Program
  • Full, Half and Focus Indicator
  • Mode Button
  • Downward Massage Position Button
  • Upward Massage Position Button
  • Sync Button
  • Thermal On/Off Button
  • Pulse Level Indicator
  • Pulse On/Off Button

USEFUL TIPS FOR MASSAGES

Before Massage

• Avoid having a massage after
a full meal.
Let your body digest your meal first.
• Give yourself plenty of time, don’t rush your session.
• Hydrate with a glass of HydroPlus® alkaline antioxidant water, keeping the muscles supple.

During Massage

• Make sure you are comfortable with the massage intensity.
• Take long and deep breaths for muscle relaxation and more healthful results.
• Enjoy limitless air purity with millions of negative ions that eliminates airborne germs and allergens.

After Massage

• Don’t get up too quickly and let your mind and body to remain
in its relaxed state.
• Drink a glass of HydroPlus® alkaline antioxidant water to facilitate detoxification and muscle hydration.
• Avoid stimulants like caffeine and sugar as it can cause muscles to tense up.

WHO TO AVOID BODY MASSAGE?

Persons who is/may be pregnant, suffering from recent fractures, cancer, cardiovascular condition, contagious or infectious diseases and undergo recent surgery and any other medical conditions is not recommended to take on massage to prevent medical complications. Please seek medical advice from General Practitioner/Physician prior to the massage therapy.