Cons: poorly designed, heavy to move around and store
Model Number: IRONMAN Endurance XL150
"I debated for a few months whether to buy a more expensive model. I wasn't even sure if inversion would help so it was difficult to justify the expense. Finally I pulled the trigger and bought this less expensive model.
Assembly would not have been difficult had the parts fit together correctly. While attaching the plastic feet that stabilize the table I effortlessly stripped the plastic fitting and had to find my own longer screws to hold it together. Once together they didn't fit snuggly and jiggled around when moving the table. I created a shim to secure those pieces.
The final step is to attach the inversion plane on one of three pivot points. The instructions tell you to use the "easiest setting" but doesn't indicate which of the three settings that is. Of course these are not quick release settings and require tools and some slightly difficult manipulation to make the adjustment and figure out how the settings differ.
Once assembled I find that the ankle supports hurt my feet and I have to put on boots to use the table comfortably.
I really think the inversion therapy is helping my back a lot. However I will be returning this table (Thank you Costco!) and getting a better brand."
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Review 4 for IRONMAN Endurance XL150 Inversion Table
Date:November 17, 2009
Pros: very stable
Model Number: IRONMAN Endurance XL150 Inversion Table
"I purchased this inversion table about a month ago based upon the recommendation of a friend. While I expected to see some benefits for my back, I have been pleasantly surprised as the hip pain I had been experiencing is gone. The product is well made and took me about 45 minutes to setup. I found that by using the inversion table after a workout, that I am better able to stretch out my lower back and experience much less stiffness."