Review of LifeGear Inversion Table

The LifeGear Inversion Table is constructed out of a strong, durable tubular steel frame and is designed to provide you with stability during use, as well as durability. It has manoeuvrability handles which are designed to provide you with hours of safe, carefree use. With this table, you are able to effectively reduce back stress, relieve pressure on your vertebrae disks, as well as stimulate circulation of blood in your body so as to provide relief from stiff muscles.

Athletic individuals are also able to increase body flexibility and notice an improvement in their performance. You can use the LifeGear to limber up before a game of basketball or even to relieve pressure off aching quads after an intensive day of skiing. With this table you are able to enjoy relief from back problems, as well as benefit from overall soothing relief for both your body and mind.

  • Strong, durable tubular steel frame construction available in a scratch-resistant powder coated frame.
  • Nylon safety tether for multiple inverting angles
  • Vinyl side covers for safety
  • Non-skid floor stabilizers – These are unique features designed to provide you with extra stability when using your table.
  • 300-pound maximum user weight capacity
  • 6-foot, 6-inch maximum user height capacity
  • Safety straps and handles – To provide you with added stability while the table is in use.
  • Ergonomically-moulded ankle cushions – These are designed to provide you with comfort and security.
  • Manufacturer warranty: 90 days
  • Owner’s manual and warranty

There are a number of positive aspects about the LifeGear Inversion Therapy table which make me pleased that I bought it. After weeks of shopping around for a good inversion therapy table to help ease my back pain, I was happy to find the LifeGear. It just happens to be one of the most competitively priced tables with respect to what I was looking for in particular. I believe that I have received good value for the money I spent – it’s of a quality that I expect to last me a couple of years at the minimum. Once assembled this inversion therapy table is of a good weight which makes it nice and sturdy. This gives me the confidence of knowing that it will be able to support my weight during use.

One drawback to this table is that it is delivered in many parts which require assembly. If DIY is not your type of thing, you might find it a bit bothersome. A good idea would be to get some help to complete the assembly as having company could make it less tedious. Once assembled, the unit lacks in portability and is therefore inconvenient to move around often. You will also need to take extra precautions with the covers provided for putting over the frame hinges. These cover the hinge lock and could prove to be a safety hazard if you aren’t extra careful. The good thing however is that before using the table, you can easily remove these covers and check that everything has been locked into place.