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The Pro Deluxe Folding Fitness Inversion Table is a budget option inversion table, more suited to those who perhaps wish to test out inversion before committing to a premium model.
This table is made from poor quality materials and is of a poor design. There is a reason it is as cheap as it is – the workmanship is very poor. As a result the table doesn’t feel very secure and the inversion isn’t smooth.
Further to this the table isn’t well balanced. Many customers have unfortunately had to make their own adjustments, and alter the table themselves in order to get it working properly. Obviously you shouldn’t have to do this.
Another negative is the fact you have to pay for shipping with this table – pushing the price up to that of other (better) budget tables.
Many users have unfortunately also been sent defective products and have had a lot of trouble rectifying the problem.
Due to the design of the table, it is also difficult to dismount. If you’re suffering with a bad back, or you aren’t in great physical shape, you must have someone else present when you use this inversion table.
Assembly is of moderate difficulty and will probably take about 30 to 40 minutes. Many users complain of having to make their own adjustments. As always, we recommend using your own tools – the ones that you will get to set up this inversion table will do the job but they are of poor quality.
You probably shouldn’t be buying this inversion table. If you do, it will most likely work, and you will most likely be very happy due to the relief it will bring you. However there are just better tables – if you want a budget table to test the water then check out our low priced inversion tables section. They are all under $175 and they are better tables than this.