I'm trying to decide if I should buy one. I want it to help me with my back pain. Relaxing at 45-60 degree angle with soft music sounds like heaven right now.
I've researched it a little and I think these are the features I need/want:
- comfortable "bed" (those with metal bars with fabric wrapped onto them don't look that comfortable to me)
- a handle that extends to your knees so you don't have to bend over to your ankles to fasten your feet
- round handlebars that extend to the back (I love those)
- easy storage
I've looked at other tables, but I keep coming back to this one: Teeter Hang Ups EP-950 Inversion Table Another link.
It's quite pricey, but if it works, I don't care. If I were buying a lens for my camera, that would be considered pretty cheap. They also have this massage mat for $99. It just looks so comfortable even without the massage part.
Have anyone ever used an inversion table? Which one? Do you have any advice on what to look for? I'm pretty set on this one, but maybe it has/does something I wouldn't like, I don't know.
My main concern right now is installation. Yikes. Someone wrote it took them 3 hours. Storage is also a concern. But hey, I have a second bedroom I don't use, I can just get rid of the bed and put it there. As long as it works (I don't expect miracles, but a little help in relieving my lower pain), I'd get it.