Inversion Table Guide Showed How Reviews About Inversion Tables Affect the Buying Patterns of Consumers

Inversion Table Guide published some reviews about the different types of inversion tables available in the market that would surely be a good way in determining which one is needed by the buyer based on his actual needs and preferences.


Providence, RI -- (SBWire) -- 09/17/2014 --There is but a great number of claims, advertisements, and sales pieces claiming that they have the best inversion tables. While it is difficult to determine which among the brands available in the market tell the truth about the quality of their products, Inversion Table Guide makes all this deciding woes so much easier for us. With the reviews that they publish online, consumers get to determine what they need to consider when choosing the inversion table that they need.

Here are some of the reviews published by Inversion Table Guide that would surely be a good way in determining which one is needed by the buyer based on his actual needs and preferences:

Ironman LX300 Inversion Table Review

This one is a firm home inversion table and is the most reasonably priced with an average price of $116. It can be assembled by one’s self and unpacking it to making it fully functional takes only less than an hour. Comfort is another notable characteristic of this inversion table and this is what this type boasts of. According to Inversion Table Guide, “the LX300 is made from 1 1/2? steel tube. The welds passed inspection and look well executed. We expected a cheap feel at this price, but the unit is in fact really sturdy and has a quality and durable feel about it”. For those who would want to try this kind of inversion table, it is always safe to use instructional videos, especially the first time users, for them to do the set-up right.

The pros of this inversion table: It is easy to assemble, well-built, has a foam-padded backrest, has long handles for easy inversion control, has padded footrests and U-shaped ankle holders, and it is being sold at a very affordable price. The cons: The tether strap for inversion adjustment can be inconvenient for multiple users, more detailed instructions are needed for the set-up, and it is not as comfortable as the higher end models.

Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table Review

Being sold at an average of $199, this type of inversion table is possibly the cheapest in its type that is currently available in the market. It is cheap yet is comfortable to use with the way it is solidly formed. And aesthetics-wise, it is made with fine touches making it stand out in the crowd. The instructional materials included in the package of Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table are basically easy to understand.

The heavy duty backrest is covered with strong nylon and memory-foam padding. This makes it extremely comfortable to use. There’s a removable lumbar pillow for additional lumbar support. As compared to the 1000 inversion table, the 4000 has a maximum of 350 lbs load (1000’s has 300 lbs), 4000 has a foam-padded backrest with a removable lumbar pillow, a patented palm-activated ratchet ankle-locking system, is a heavy duty table, and has three starting inversion angles. Based on testimonials from users, 4000’s extra comfort makes it a good investment longer term.

Teeter Hang Ups EP-560 Inversion Table Review

Teeter is a famous brand and is known as a quality leader when it comes to inversion tables. Teeter’s latest invention, the Hang Ups EP-560 Inversion Table is capable of handling up to 300 lbs and can loge up to 6’6” tall users. Conventional as it may look, having a closer inspection to this inversion table reveals a more sophisticated type of inversion table. This type has an inversion bed and is called a “ComforTrak” that flexes while being elongated paving way for a greater range of movements. The Teeter Hang Ups EP-560 also has an ankle system that is a big leap over that of the EP-550. We can now take advantage of a four fully molded ankle cups instead of just a padded bar in the front which makes it much more comfortable. One remarkable review this type of inversion table got from an Amazon customer even says: “I had steroid injections in my discs that did nothing for the pain. I thought I was going to have to learn to live with it until I tried the Teeter. Not only does it get rid of my back pain after a few minutes a day, but it has improved my posture as well.”

Teeter Hang Ups EP-960 Inversion Table Review

This Teeter Hang Ups EP-960 Inversion Table is an enhanced version of the EP-950. It has a weight capacity of 300 lbs and it holds up a user height ranging from 4’8” to 6’6”. The inversion slant is restricted with the EZ Angle Tether strap, which removes any guessing from setting the inversion angles. We can choose a preset rotation of 20, 40 or 60 degrees, as well as a full inversion. The ComforTrak bed is the most palpable disparity between the EP-950 and the EP-960. There is an adjustable pillow that is part of the bed and its use is optional. Indeed, the EP-960 model is an improved version with additional significant functionalities.

About Inversion Table Guide
Inversion Table Guide provides a buying guide on the different types of inversion tables. They break down their top picks by budget level. In general, they are big fans of Teeter and Ironman tables, although the quality most of the tables they look at seem to be improving across the board.

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