Black Friday massage chair deals: Working from home just got a lot more relaxing

These Black Friday Massage chair deals really have got your back.

Black friday massage chair deals: woman relaxing in chair
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After close to a year of working from home, it’s fair to say most of our backs are in pieces. Working from the sofa, kitchen table or even your bed (don’t worry, we’re not judging) does not equal brilliant posture, nor does it help alleviate those pesky aches and pains.

But, we have good news, in the form of some absolutely brilliant Black Friday massage chair deals. A day often touted as an opportunity to get ahead on your Christmas shopping, we’re suggesting you spend this Black Friday (opens in new tab) treating yourself to a little TLC.

There are two key types of massage chairs to know about before you start scrolling: those that have been built just to massage your back and those that can be attached onto any chair. The bad news is, there aren’t many of the former cropping up on offer, but on the plus side, portable ones are not only much cheaper, but take up far less space in your home.

To save you time, we’ve rounded up the very best Black Friday massage chair deals to shop now - from shiatsu massage chairs to heated ones. All you need to do is sit back and relax…

Best Black Friday Massage Chair Deals to shop now

HoMedics ShiatsuMax 2.0 Electric Heated Shiatsu Back Massager with Remote Control: £299 (opens in new tab)

HoMedics ShiatsuMax 2.0 Electric Heated Shiatsu Back Massager with Remote Control: £299, £117.55 (£182.44) | Amazon (opens in new tab) One of the most sizeable Black Friday discounts we’ve come across, you can save more than £180 on this high-spec chair. It offers 14 different massage programmes, letting you choose between a deep kneading or rolling vibration. You can even control the exact point and position you want the massage to target. It’s heated too, for a fully relaxing experience. 

Naipo Shiatsu Back Massager Massage Chair: £99 (opens in new tab)

Naipo Shiatsu Back Massager Massage Chair: £99, £83.99 (save £16) | Amazon (opens in new tab) The discount isn’t huge here, but even the original price is pretty purse friendly for a product with a near 5-star Amazon rating. Customise your massage by choosing the position (full, upper or lower back) and intensity. It’s completely portable, so you can unwind at home, in the car or even in the office. 

Donnerberg Shiatsu and Percussion Back Massager Pillow: £130 (opens in new tab)

Donnerberg Shiatsu and Percussion Back Massager Pillow: £130, £104.20 (save £26) | Amazon (opens in new tab) Far less cumbersome to travel with than a full-on massage chair, this even has a car adapter and carry handle. Out of an impressive 10 different settings, 8 modes provide a shiatsu massage, while the other 2 use a tapping technique to tease out knots. 

HoMedics Comfort Neck and Shoulder Massager: £39.99 (opens in new tab)

HoMedics Comfort Neck and Shoulder Massager: £39.99, £29.99 (save £10) | Argos (opens in new tab)Not all heroes wear capes, but they would if they were this comfy. The perfect antidote to the dreaded ‘tech neck’, the vibration massage and soothing heat gently relaxes tight, tired muscles. 

SNAILAX Massage Mat: £88.99 (opens in new tab)

SNAILAX Massage Mat: £88.99, £71.19 (save £17.80) | Amazon (opens in new tab)We know, this one isn’t technically a massage chair, but it’s too good an offer to miss. Allowing you to fully relax, this mat can be used on your bed, sofa or even floor to ease pain and tension. There are 5 different massage modes, and it even targets your legs too. 

Will you be investing in a massage chair this Black Friday? 

Jess Beech is an experienced fashion and beauty editor, with more than eight years experience in the publishing industry. She has written for woman&home, GoodtoKnow, Now, Woman, Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Own and Chat, and is a former Deputy Fashion & Beauty Editor at Future PLC. A beauty obsessive, Jess has tried everything from cryotherapy to chemical peels (minus the Samantha in Sex and The City-worthy redness) and interviewed experts including Jo Malone and Trinny Woodall.