- Impressive quality
- Easy to assemble
Besides being wildly expensive, it doesn’t fold up and pack away. And, it does take up quite a bit of space.
Don’t think about the price. Well, we know you’re going to, but try to get over it for the moment. This inversion table has so many features, you won’t believe you ever considered a budget option. And, of course, it can support up to 600 pounds which is incredible – most machines can only manage between 300 and 350 pounds.
How does this machine deal with the weight? It was designed for professional physiotherapy practices. That should help explain the price tag attached to this baby.
We’re absolutely in love with the fact that this table can be used face down (and includes an open, massage bed-style pillow to make it comfortable). This enables a full range of abdominal work and improves posture during inversion exercise. You’re simply not going to find this in other home machines.
It does take a little more to assemble this inversion table, but that’s because the frame and structure are more complex and stabilizing than most. Still, it shouldn’t take more than 2 hours to set it up, and the instructions are mercifully clear. This inversion table isn’t foldable, but there are 2 castors to assist in moving it.
Want more? How about the super comfortable padding, the 5 preset angles, and its dual use as a massage therapy table? Yeah, we know, it sounds so good. But we also know that the cost will scare plenty of people away.
Durability: It’s made of heavy gauge tubular steel – and there’s loads of padding where it’s needed the most.
Safety: There are anti-slip feet, sturdy ankle grips, and strong angle locks that are easy to control. But the biggest safety feature is the overall construction and design which are aimed at people with limited mobility. Really, the quality here is incredible.
Ankle comfort and support: There are padded ankle supports – on both the front and the rear – and they’re easy to operate with a latch lock and comfortable ankle bracket. You may, however, need a spotter if you’re not very flexible or chose this because of the weight it can accommodate.
Height and weight limits: If you’re looking for something that can accommodate heavier weights, you’ve just found it. This one can handle up to 600 pounds. That’s impressive. On the height front, it’s a standard 6’6” – which is still really tall.
Dimensions: It measures 45”L x 28”W x 58”H and it doesn’t pack away unless you start breaking it down. That’s a bit of a hassle, but many users won’t find a reason to move this out of the way.
Price: Wow! This is pricey. You’ll pay at least a grand for this incredible inversion table. And you will only get a 1-year warranty for that price. Sure it’s the standard, but you would have expected more for the price, right?