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Teeter EP-560 Ltd Inversion Table with Back Pain Relief Kit

Pros: Gets top marks for its quality, comfort, and impeccable design. An updated version of the popular 950 model with more features including back rest and frame improvements. Backed by a 5-year warranty.

Cons: More costly than similar models, but the high quality is well worth the price tag.

Summary: The best on the market. Made by an industry leading brand who has thought of everything when it comes to use comfort and ease of use.
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Exerpeutic Inversion Table with Comfort Foam Backr...

Pros: Weighs only 55 pounds yet withstands up to 300 pounds. The height can be adjusted for extra control, and the thick foam ankle cushions provide extra comfort.

Cons: Somewhat challenging to assemble. The foam padding on the backrest is not very thick.

Summary: A well-made inversion table with user-friendly features. Though the Exerpeutic is less costly than other models we reviewed, we found that the Body Champ is a better value.
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Body Power IT9910 Seated Deluxe Inversion System

Pros: Stands out for its unique seated design that is ideal for those who feel unsure about inversion therapy. We love that it has foam rubber for comfort and an adjustable safety bar for extra security.

Cons: Heavy and takes up a lot of space. Can be somewhat awkward to fold and store because of its width and weight.

Summary: Ideal for those who prefer the seated position when beginning inversion therapy. May be too much for people who prefer compact designs or have limited space.
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Ironman Gravity 4000 Inversion Table

Pros: Solid and sturdy; will hold up to 350 pounds. Its memory foam backrest and lumbar support adds comfort to inversion therapy sessions.

Cons: Heavy and difficult to move.

Summary: A durable and comfortable inversion table that offers quality that is second only to the Teeter Hang Ups 960 for about half the price.
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Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table

Pros: An inexpensive model with similar features as more costly inversion tables, including contoured hand rails and safety straps. Durable, yet lightweight and easy to store.

Cons: Users have less control when changing angles on this model. Not ideal for heavier individuals.

Summary: The best value. A basic, yet well-made inversion table that offers similar features as other models at a fraction of the price.