In a Nutshell:

The Osaki Titan Pro Commander massage chair is a mid-range model with industry-standard features. It’s ideal for casual hobbyists who don’t mind the expensive price or people who suffer from back pain.

Therapeutic Value
Customization options
Ease of Use

Overall Rating



  • Extensive L-Track with 3D rollers
  • Three Zero-G positions
  • Extra padding on the elbows and neck
  • Stretch Program


  • Expensive price
  • No heat in the footwells
  • Lack of massage variety
  • May not accommodate larger body types
  • Rollers might be too intense for some users

Massage therapy is one of the best ways to relieve aches and pains or de-stress, but going to the masseuse can get costly.

That’s why a massage chair is an ideal investment since you can enjoy several therapeutic benefits of massage right at home.

Our Titan Pro Commander review looks at a mid-range chair that offers the perfect balance of high-tech features and ease of use. Let’s dive in, shall we?

Titan Pro Commander Massage Chair Design Overview

Osaki is a well-known name in the massage chair industry for producing affordable recliners with the latest bells and whistles.

Their Pro Commander model is a moderately priced chair with a feature set that gives the user a taste of luxury while remaining pretty standard.

For example, you won’t get manyf the fancy luxury features you see with high-end chairs. Still, you do get high-quality roller technology to guarantee an above-average massage experience.

Furthermore, Osaki paid extra attention to the overall comfort of the design, bulking up the padding at the elbows and neck to help you feel relaxed as soon as you sit down.

The Osaki Titan Pro Commander dimensions are 63 x 29.5 x 48 inches, and it weighs 190 pounds. For taller folks, the footrest extends an extra 6.5” to accommodate someone with a height of 6’5”.

The chair can hold a max weight of 260 pounds, which caters to average body types. This is unfortunate for larger people who can benefit from the Pro Commander’s benefits but can’t simply because of their size.

All in all, this is a standard massage chair whose standout features are its L-track and 3D roller system, air massage, leg/calf massage, and three-step Zero Gravity Seating.

These features make it beneficial for people who suffer from chronic back or leg pain.

But, if you’re a hobbyist who enjoys building your massages from scratch, note that there isn’t much massage variety.

So, is the Pro Commander worth the splurge? Let’s look at the features next to determine if this model gives you that bang for your buck.


While the Titan Pro Commander massage chair is equipped with some industry-standard technology, it isn’t defined by luxury features or innovative concepts.

You can still expect a quality massage experience, though, to help melt away stress after a long day.

L-Track + 3D Roller System

Osaki Titan Pro Commander with chocolate brown PU upholstery and dark brown exterior

The massage track and roller system is probably the most crucial part of an ergonomic recliner because this determines the massage’s quality.

Osaki did a good job of outfitting the Pro Commander with an extensive L-Track and 3D rollers.

The L-track goes beyond the usual S-track that stops at the lower back and instead dips underneath the seat to massage the glutes and thighs.

The 3D rollers ensure the most life-like experience. They move along and away from the track to knead deep into the tissue, just like the hands of a professional masseuse.

So as far as the massage tech goes for this recliner, you’re getting a top-of-the-line setup for the price.

There is one small factor to note. Some Osaki Titan Pro Commander reviews mention that the back rollers can be too intense, particularly around the shoulder area. But this is preferential.

Zero Gravity Seating

Zero Gravity Seating is another fan favorite that you’ll see with massage chairs across the market, but what is it?

As the name implies, the user feels no gravitational pull when the chair is reclined at a particular angle. Blood circulation improves, the spine and joints can decompress, and you feel incredibly relaxed.

Zero-G seating is especially beneficial for people who suffer from chronic back pain, as this recline angle pushes the spine firmly against the rollers for a deeper, more intense massage.

While many chairs have Zero-G seating, it’s important to look at the number of positions offered. Generally, low range chairs have one position, with mid to high range chairs boasting 2-3 positions.

We are happy to report that the Pro Commander has three positions. This is the industry standard and gives the user more flexibility to find an angle that suits their needs.

Lumbar Heat

Two heating pads are nestled into the lower part of the backrest to apply soothing heat to aching muscles during a deep tissue massage.

Heat boosts the therapeutic value of any chair, especially for athletes or people who sit at desks for long periods and have tension or soreness.

It would’ve been nice to see a heating element in the footwells to enhance the experience for people with tired, aching feet. Many mid-range chairs have heat in the lumbar region and footwells, so we feel that Osaki could’ve done better here.

Osaki Titan Pro brown variant with its small neck cushion and airbags for the upper arms


Osaki kept the Titan Commander massage chair design straightforward with only the essentials. That means you won’t get fancy accessories like an air ionizer, but on the flip side, you won’t have to struggle with a steep learning curve.

The Pro Commander comes with a Bluetooth speaker in the headrest, so you can connect your smartphone or tablet and play your favorite jams with crisp, quality sound.

A user-friendly LCD remote controller puts all of the power in your hand. They even added a pocket to store your remote, so it doesn’t end up lost somewhere in the chair.


We found the massage programs and manual settings to be lacking on the Pro Commander, especially for the price. There just isn’t much variety compared to the other similar recliners on the market.

Osaki Titan Pro Commander Massage Chair with dark brown exterior, black base, and brand name in bronze

For example, the 3D rollers are programmed to perform only four techniques: kneading, tapping, tapping & kneading combo, and Shiatsu.

Typically, you’ll find chairs (even low-range models) that can perform 6 techniques. And while Shiatsu is a common advanced technique, we were hoping to see at least a Swedish or Thai massage.

Even the auto programs are average. You only get six programs when many other chairs offer at least 10 or more.

They did include a Stretch program, which uses airbags to hold the muscles in place while rollers gently pull them. Only a small fraction of models offer this, and it feels amazing after a workout or for improving range of motion.

Here are the six auto programs:

  • Refresh
  • Good Morning
  • Good Night
  • Relief
  • Yoga
  • Stretch

You can combine the techniques any way you want for a manual massage. There are three levels of speed to choose from. You can also adjust the width of the rollers to be narrow, medium, or wide.

While the Pro Commander provides a full body massage, you can also pinpoint a specific spot on your body for a point massage or choose a section of the body for a partial massage.

There are two specialty massage programs, which we will discuss next.

Air Massage

Have you ever looked up at a cloud and wondered what it would feel like to sink into all that white fluff?

That’s what it feels like to get a full-body air massage. Multiple airbags are placed throughout the massage chair, and when inflated, they compress the muscles.

It is a less intense massage than deep tissue, but it’s excellent for relaxation and blood circulation.

The Pro Commander has 12 airbags that massage the shoulders, arms, lower back, feet, and calves. It’s a basic setup but still a quality feature that gives users another choice besides a roller massage.

Foot/Calf Massage

If you’re on your feet all day, what could feel better than a foot and calf massage? In the Pro Commander’s bulky footwells, you’ll find the technology to free your soles from pain.

Once again, it’s a basic setup that you’ll find with low-range chairs. You get reflexology rollers underneath the feet that target the acupressure points as they spin. At the same time, airbags compress the calves to loosen tightness.

For the price of this chair, it would’ve been nice to see heat, as this boosts the therapeutic value for people with chronic foot/leg pain.

Osaki Titan Pro Commander Pros vs. Cons


  • Extensive L-Track with 3D rollers
  • Three Zero-G positions
  • Extra padding on the elbows and neck
  • Stretch Program


  • Expensive
  • No heat in the footwells
  • Lack of massage variety
  • Does not accommodate larger body types
  • Rollers might be too intense for some users

So, does the Osaki Titan Pro Commander massage chair live up to the hype?

We have mixed feelings. While it does boast an excellent track and roller system, there really isn’t anything that turned on the ‘wow’ factor.

This is a massage chair that costs around $5,000, so you’d expect plenty of customization options or at least 10 auto programs. And what about some heat in the footwells?

The reason why we feel it’s lackluster is that we’ve seen plenty of chairs on the market offering similar feature sets for less.

Osaki Titan designed the Pro Commander to be plush, comfortable, and user-friendly. It is achieved with the extra padded armrests and neck area. And, fewer features means the remote controller is easier to navigate.

But while the superior massage technology and lumbar heat make this an ideal choice for people with chronic back pain, we still think the Pro Commander is best suited for relaxation.

We recommend the Osaki Titan Pro Commander for…

  • Casual hobbyists who want to relax
  • People with back pain
  • People who suffer from foot/leg pain

Osaki Titan Pro Commander Warranty

Osaki offers a 3-year standard warranty on parts & labor from the date of purchase. You can read the fine print here.

Comparable Products

Before you go, see how the Osaki Titan Pro Commander stacks up against these similar models.

iRest A306 Massage Chair

Recommended For: People with back pain or for hobbyists who want a good deal on a quality ergonomic recliner.

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For a less expensive model, the iRest has a lot to offer users in terms of variety. You get an S/L-track with 3D rollers, lumbar heat, and Zero Gravity Seating, plus 12 auto programs.

Kahuna LM-7500 Massage Chair

Recommended For: Those who want to experience Kahuna massage chair technologies.

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This brand is respected for its therapeutic prowess, and they certainly deliver with this recliner. You get a multitude of auto programs, including three advanced techniques (Shiatsu, Thai, and Swedish). The LM7500 also uses a new type of 4 roller system with a bumpy elastic surface to stimulate the skin.

Relaxonchair Ion 3D Massage Chair

Recommended For: Users who have limited space in their homes. Rated for 320 pounds user weight capacity.

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The Ion-3D comes equipped with 10 auto programs, an industry-standard track and roller system, Zero Gravity Seating, and 38 airbags. It also holds a max weight of 320 pounds, making it perfect for larger body types.

Titan Pro Commander Review Conclusion

The Pro Commander is a mid-range massage chair capable of administering a top-notch massage that feels like real human hands. That’s thanks to the L-track and 3D rollers, which is the industry standard. But overall, we found this to be a pretty average massage chair for the price.

To conclude this Titan Pro Commander review, we recommend this chair for casual hobbyists who can afford it or people who suffer from chronic back pain. If you want serious therapeutic value, you might want to look elsewhere—plenty of other feature-rich models give you more bang for your buck.

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