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Amazon Price: N/A $189.00 (as of January 19, 2019 3:06 pm –
- Product Dimensions: 56.5 x 26.5 x 64 inches ; 64.4 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 72.8 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B07B24YN6Y
- Item model number: 4501
Beyond comfortable! Best purchase ever!
39 people found this helpful
Got this for my boyfriend because he broke his back years ago and complains of pain daily. My main concern was making sure this was comfortable on his ankles seeing he is 200lbs. I also wanted to use it and didn’t want my ankles to hurt. I hunted around forever to find one that focused on the ankle support, seeing I knew if we couldn’t hang long due to pain, we wouldn’t use it. It came, he set it up easy, and BAM! It was soooo comfy! The ankles didn’t hurt at all and you could hang forever. We both use this daily and love it! It’s easy to adjust and works so smooth. We can hang completely upside down or just take it easy in between. My boyfriends back pain has gone away so much. Whenever I sit too long or have long days on my feet and my low back hurts, I hope on for a couple mins and feel great after. It’s even helped us sleep. Couldn’t be more pleased!!!
This inversion table really works!
19 people found this helpful
This inversion table is awesome. I have spinal stenosis and arthritis at L4 L5 and had resorted to taking pain relievers such as naproxen, ibuprofen and even steroids in order to be able to function. I was terribly worried about what these drugs would do to me long-term and I had seen a chiropractor without relief. I had reached a point where I couldn’t stand for prolonged periods, and couldn’t walk any distance without first medicating with anti-inflammatory drugs.I was really skeptical about how much the inversion table would help my back problems and so I was doubly impressed when, after only two weeks of use, my back and nerve pain was relieved. At first I had momentary nerve pain when returning to the upright position but I continued to use it for 5 minutes twice a day and felt nearly immediate results. After three weeks of use, I find that I don’t even need to go on it daily to be pain-free. The air-cushioned ankle pads are completely comfortable. It seemed to me from reviews that one of the biggest problems people experienced related to ankle pain with other tables. These air-cushioned ankle pads eliminate that problem completely and are well worth the minimal extra cost.
Very satisfied user
24 people found this helpful
The Exerpeutic is built very well, it is a sturdy piece of equipment. I find it a relaxing way of realigning my back. I’m very glad I did not spend the $380 on the Teatter. Very satisfied !
Good quality easy to put together.
18 people found this helpful
Wow instructions you can understand and follow. A doddle to put together and on first isage seems to work really well. To c dtruct I ilused my rachet set,(will make life a LOT easier). For the two screws that need screwing into a pole, i had to slightly widen the pre drilled holes to allow them to go in. Up and running in 30 minutes.
It’s so good I’m actually writing this review while upside down
16 people found this helpful
It’s so good I’m actually writing this review while upside down.. I’m leaving an inverted review and it’s wonderful.. I have tense back muscles (hip flexors and glutes.. and some lower back) and my chiropractor recommended I get one of these.. day 2 ….so far so good… it’s definitely helping I can feel my vertebrae loosen up as soon as I get on every night.. I use it in the morning as well for about 5 minutes it’s wonderful.. super comfortable easy to put together and definitely sturdy.. I’m 6’3″ 195lbs.. athletic build.. get it! Instant gratification.. ahhh
High quality device
13 people found this helpful
Solid quality construction. Parts supply appears a bit daunting at first; however, the step by step instructions are easy to follow and tools are included. I used my ratchet set to speed up the assembly process. I cannot say it’s the best because this is the first inversion table I ever purchased. I have no complaints and placed it where I can jump on and jump off several times per day. Users with hypertension and glaucoma are warned not to use this device. I have both conditions and use it anyway but with short cycles.
23 people found this helpful
Replaced my table that I’ve had for 20 years with the exerpeutic. It doesn’t quite let you hang at 180 degrees but more like 170/175. Works flawlessly.
A really good table for the money.
10 people found this helpful
I had previously purchased a much cheaper inversion table because I wasn’t convinced that inversion therapy would work and I did not want to sink a lot of money. I learned two things from that purchase: Inversion therapy really does work (for my particular back issues, it may not for yours) and you get what you pay for. The poor construction of the first table didn’t last a year before it was broken and needed to be replaced. One of the main issues with the cheap table was the poor design of the ankle support. It HURT my ankles to be inverted but it helped my back so much I was willing to endure it. The Exerputic definitely remedied that issue. The Air Soft supports are amazing. I experienced some knee pain with the first table and just assumed it was from being inverted. Again, I was willing to live with it because of how much inversion helps my back. Turns out, it was the cheap ankle support system was causing the knee pain. I don’t have any with the Exerputic and the Air Soft ankle support. It was easy to assemble and is a sturdy piece of equipment. There was one small issue with the pre-drilled holes in the bar for the ankle support but it was easily remedied.