In a Nutshell:

A little harder to use than it needs to be, the Osaki Titan TI-Pro Omega 3D is nonetheless a well-rounded chair that deserves your attention. It is provisionally recommended for anyone weighing up to 270 pounds.

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Overall Rating

* Brand Reliability is a measure of the strength and longevity of the brand, which by extension, is a measure of the level of support you can expect.


  • Offers solid value for the money
  • Good calf and foot massage
  • Only needs 1″ wall clearance
  • Two-stage zero-G seating


  • Relatively modest weight limit
  • A few weak feature implementations
  • Somewhat lightly constructed
Osaki Titan TI-Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair

Provisionally recommended for anyone weighing up to 270 pounds.

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Are you in pain a lot? 

Do you find yourself running to your local chiropractor’s office on a regular basis looking for relief?

If you answered yes to either of those questions, you might have begun searching for a good massage chair to help you get that relief from the comfort of home rather than having to keep scheduling appointments. And that may have led you to the Omega 3D, offered by Osaki through their subsidiary, Titan.

Titan is a good brand, and they have impressive models on the Titan lineup, but they tend to do better with value-priced chairs and those priced in the midrange. 

That’s where the Omega lies. Price-wise, it’s about the middle of the pack and has a good mix of features.

That said, this chair won’t be for everyone. It’s got a few limitations that may make it a dealbreaker for you, or it may simply not offer enough of what you’re looking for in a massage chair.

In the sections that follow in this Titan Pro Omega 3D review, we’ll step you through everything that the Titan Pro Omega offers, so you’ll have all the details at your fingertips and can decide for yourself. If that sounds good to you, read on, and let’s take a closer look.

An Overview Of The Titan TI-Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair

The first thing you’ll note about the Omega is the fact that it’s relatively small compared to most other massage chairs. It’s not tiny, but it’s far from being the biggest chair on the market today.

Titan Pro Omega with light gray faux leather upholstery and black hard shell exterior

It’s also clear that Omega’s design team didn’t take any chances when it came to the overall look of the chair. They stuck strictly to the convention, which means this chair boasts an aesthetic similar to most other chairs out there.

The Omega has a footprint that measures 55” L x 29” W x 45” H when the chair is sitting upright and 64.5” L x 29” W x 34” H when fully reclined, and it weighs in at 176.3 pounds, so it’s really not much bigger than a conventional recliner.

Even better, the Omega incorporates space-saving technology, so it only needs about an inch of clearance between the seatback and whatever wall you decide to place it near. All that to say that even if you live in a smaller home or apartment where space is at a premium, it shouldn’t be a terrible challenge to find a permanent home for the Omega.

And now for the bad news. 

Unfortunately, this chair is somewhat lightly constructed and will only support a maximum of 270 pounds of user weight.

That’s not great. It’s fine, of course, if you weigh less than that, but if you happen to weigh more, then this limitation is going to be a dealbreaker for you right out the gate.

Assuming that’s not an issue and you like the overall look of the chair, the company offers this model in three different color options: black, brown, or taupe—neutral colors that make it easy to blend the chair with whatever color scheme dominates the room you want to put the chair in.

The Osaki Titan Pro Omega 3D Incorporates Current Industry-Standard Technology

Titan Pro Omega with brown faux leather upholstery and black hard shell exterior

Titan does just about everything right here, making this a strong component of our Titan Pro Omega 3D review. The chair is built around an SL track that allows the quad rollers riding along it to give you a massage that starts at your neck and shoulders and continues all the way down to your glutes and the backs of your thighs.

From there, airbags in the leg massage ports take over, giving you a full body massage that’s sure to please.

In addition to that, the Omega boasts a secondary control system built into the inside of one of the chair arms.

This secondary panel doesn’t give you full control of the chair, but the more commonly used features are accessible from it, and for the rest, you’ll have the remote itself.

The Omega also leverages Osaki’s excellent body scanning technology to good effect. When you order a massage before it begins, the chair will take a quick scan of your body and quietly adjust the position of the rollers so that they hit your pressure points precisely.

Titan TI-Pro Omega 3D Massage Chair with taupe faux leather upholstery, white hard shell exterior, and a pouch for the remote

The overwhelming majority of the time, the body scan gets it exactly right, but every once in a while, something goes wrong. When that happens, you’ll find controls on the remote that allow you to tweak the position of the rollers manually, so you’re guaranteed to get the best massage this chair can give every single time you use it.

Also, note that the track is a 3D design, which means that the rollers can move along the X-, Y-, and Z-axis, making the Omega capable of rendering a deep tissue massage. This is the first of several therapeutic features we’ll be talking about, and if you suffer from chronic pain, it’s a feature you’ll like very much indeed.

The Titan Pro Omega 3D Has A Slightly Above Average Number Of Options

We’ve seen other reviews sing the Omega’s praises on this front, but we take a different view. 

There’s a lot to like here, yes, but there should be, given the asking price of the chair. We’d rate this slightly above average, but it’s not what we’d call next-level good.

In terms of techniques, here’s what you’ll find on the Omega:

  • Kneading
  • Tapping
  • Kneading + Tapping
  • Rolling
  • Clapping
  • And Shiatsu

This is standard fare

Osaki Titan Pro Omega 3D's wired remote with a small LCD screen and buttons

You’ll find this list of techniques, or something very like it, on almost every massage chair sold today. There’s nothing wrong with these techniques, but also, there’s nothing exceptional about the list either.

In terms of pre-programmed massage options, the Omega runs slightly above average with eight built-in options. These are:

  • Relax
  • Energy
  • Wake Up
  • Stretch
  • Swing
  • Recover
  • And Intense

There’s a lot to like here. 

The Deep Tissue massage we mentioned earlier is specifically represented here with the “Intense” program, which is the deepest massage the Omega has to offer and honestly may be too intense for some.

Titan Pro Omega 3D taupe variant and an illustration of its SL track that starts at the neck and ends under the thighs

The Swing program is designed for optimal relaxation, creating a gentle rocking motion that accompanies your massage. In the pre-programmed options alone then, there are three different therapeutic options, and the others are all excellent and well worth experimenting with.  

It’s fair to say that you don’t have to look hard to find a comparably priced chair with more pre-programmed options, but the Omega offers some really hard-hitting routines here, and we love it.

It gets better, though. 

In addition to the above, you’ll also find three different massage strength settings, four roller speed settings, and three different roller width settings that provide an added layer of massage intensity, and all of that is on top of the spot and partial massage modes you’ll find available on the remote.  

It may not be the best in class for its price bracket, but that’s very, very good.

Two-Stage Zero-G Seating!

A lot of people might think that Zero-G seating is little more than a marketing gimmick, but it’s actually a powerful therapeutic feature in its own right that can help improve your circulation, keep your blood pressure down, and facilitate faster post-surgical healing.

Titan Pro Omega taupe variant in zero gravity recline with the legs elevated slightly above the heart

Even better, the Omega offers not one but two different seating options. We’re less than thrilled with the implementation because both seating positions are hidden behind the same button, so you have to keep pressing it to cycle through the options (Zero-G 1, Zero-G 2, and Off).

But substandard implementation or not, this is a very good feature and a nice addition to the chair.

Lumbar Heat

Heat is always a great addition to any massage chair, but the implementation here is strictly average. 

The Omega offers lumbar heat, which is what you typically see on chairs that offer it.

While we would like to have seen more here—heated rollers for full-body heat or heated footwells—the fact that it is present in any form is good, and you’ll definitely appreciate the feature.

A Below-Average Air Massage

Titan Pro Omega Massage Chair taupe variant and an illustration of its twin heating coils in the lumbar area and airbags

We feel that this is a relatively weak component of our Titan Pro Omega 3D review. Not only does the Omega boast a slightly below-average number of airbags compared to other chairs in its price range (you’ll find a total of twenty-six here), but there are only three different air intensity settings.

This isn’t a bad feature implementation; there’s just nothing special about it. In our view, the main purpose of the presence of airbags here is to support the waist twist and body stretch. We’re glad there’s an air massage included, but we find this implementation to be a little underwhelming.

An Exceptional Calf and Foot Massage

We regard this as the keystone feature of the design and the single strongest component of our Titan Pro Omega 3D review. Yes, the body stretch is good. Yes, the deep tissue massage feels amazing. And yes, the Zero-G seating options are super comfortable, but the Omega’s calf and foot massage is out of this world.

Osaki Titan Pro Omega 3D taupe variant's leg ports and an illustration of the rollers for the calves and feet

Most massage chairs utilize airbags to render the calf massage and rollers to tend to the soles of your feet. Here, you’ll find rollers and airbags for your calves and rollers and airbags for your feet.

If you get home after a long day’s work and your legs and feet are screaming in protest, this will almost certainly be your favorite aspect of the Omega’s design. 

It feels amazing. In fact, the only thing that would make it better would be if Titan decided to add heat to the footwells.

Even without that, though, this is the standout feature of the design in our book.

Two Good Extras

An illustration of Titan Pro Omega's massage rollers and their movements

The Omega skimps a little where extras are concerned, but that’s a forgivable sin for chairs priced in the mid-range. Corners have to be cut somewhere in a bid to control costs, and if you have to pitch a feature or two over the side, trimming the list of extras is a good way to start.

Here, you’ll find two extras, both of them quite good: a USB port and a massage timer.

We’d like the USB port better if the chair sported Bluetooth speakers, but even without them, it’s nice that you can sit in the chair, enjoy a massage while listening to your favorite music, and keep your phone fully charged.

The massage timer is very well implemented. All of the massages this chair offers default to a fifteen-minute runtime, which can be adjusted to taste to either 5, 10, 20, 25, or 30 minutes. Very nice.

Titan Pro Omega 3D Pros & Cons

Overall, this is a good design. In our view, it falls short of greatness, but a few weak feature implementations aside, there’s nothing really wrong with it. It’s got a good set of features, including a couple of excellent implementations.  

Final Thoughts on Osaki Titan Pro Omega

We like this model, but we don’t love it. Even so, it offers solid value for the money, and if your main goal is to get a chair that can replicate most of what you get from a visit to your local chiropractor and do something to alleviate the pain in your legs and feet, you’re going to love this chair.

Unfortunately, it is held back a bit by a relatively modest weight limit. At the end of the day, not everyone is going to be super excited about an excellent calf and foot massage, so we can only provisionally recommend this one. That said, it’s a great chair for the right user.

Other Options To Consider

If you’ve read to the end of this Titan Pro Omega 3D review and you aren’t all that excited about the specific features this one brings to the table, or if the weight limit is a dealbreaker, here are a couple of other options that are well worth considering:

Kahuna SM-7300 Massage Chair

Recommended For: Anyone, especially big and tall users.

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Kahuna is one of the biggest names in the massage chair industry and an incredibly well-respected company.

The body stretch on this chair is the industry’s best, and the weight limit is just over 300 pounds here, so this one may be a better fit for you if the 270-pound weight limit of the Omega is holding you back from purchasing there.

Osaki Paragon 4D Massage Chair

Recommended For: Anyone weighing up to 280 pounds, especially if you can find this model on sale (which is fairly often!). The sale price approaches a 50% discount, making the Paragon an insanely good value.

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The Paragon is offered by Osaki itself rather than their Titan subsidiary, and it’s a more expensive chair but one that’s frequently offered at a deeply discounted price. If you can catch this one on sale, you’ll find it to be even better than the chair we just talked about and one of the best values in the massage chair market overall—a great option to consider.

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