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Gharieni unveils versatile treatment table to helps spas be ‘flexible, fast and effective’
12 Aug 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
The electronic chair can accommodate a range of treatments, including facials, massages, pedicures, manicures, make-up or hair care applications
Photo: Gharieni
Intelligent use of space has always been an important aspect for the economic success of a spa
– Sammy Gharieni
Spa and wellness equipment supplier, Gharieni, has unveiled The Gharieni 601 treatment table, which combines the best features of a spa table and a beauty chair in one versatile product.

Designed with a flexible arm and head section, the electronic table can accommodate a range of treatments, including facials, massages, pedicures, manicures, make-up or hair care applications.

“Intelligent use of space has always been an important aspect for the economic success of a spa,” explained Sammy Gharinei, company founder, “in times when many institutions are struggling to survive, it's now more important than ever to be flexible, fast and effective.

“The Gharieni 601 allows all kinds of treatments to be combined and done more easily, which allows the development of interesting new treatments to make every spa menu unique.”

The chair is controlled and adjusted using a hand control, foot switch, or smartphone app and is equipped with solid double lifting column technology to ensure a safe and stable stand.

Gharieni has developed the product with swivelling side armrests which can be folded away to allow easy access to clients from the side or, if required, the armrests can also be completely removed and a face-hole opened up in order to accommodate massage treatments.

In addition, the 601 table features a fold-away headrest to provide free access to the head and neck to allow for hair care treatments.

The Gharieni 601 has four preset memory positions, with the option to store two more positions. It’s also equipped with a variety of holders for the addition of magnifying lamps or manicure bowls.

The table can be upgraded with an integrated Smart-Thermo heating system or a wide range of upholstery and metal colours. The upholstery of the Gharieni 601 is available in either standard or soft upholstery in three different widths.
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