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The IT6000 is easy to adjust, with a deluxe dual-pin system that lets you quickly find the right position (within a height range of 4' 8" to 6' 3"). It's also a breeze to use: once you rest your body against the pad and lock your feet behind the ankle supports, you simply reach your arms over your head. As your arms go up, your body will gradually invert until you're almost completely upside down. The only inputs are your energy and gravity itself. Construction features include a lower spring-loaded pull pin that allows for easy ankle adjustments; four safe and comfortable foam rollers; U-shaped handrails; a safety strap that lets you control the desired inverting angles; and a safety lock for when you aren't using the table.
The IT6000, which folds for easy storage, will support up to 250 pounds.
|The IT6000 is easy to adjust with its deluxe dual-pin system that allows you to quickly find the right position (within a height range of 4' 8" to 6' 3").|
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I have no idea how this inversion table has such high ratings. Maybe the company gives insensitive to give it 5 stars. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by dober-man
I was thinking of getting a titer but decided to try this and I'm glad I did it works very good and I'm very happy with this purchase. Read morePublished 2 days ago by tonystlc
The table was easy to assemble and it works but is hard on my ankles. I don't find it easy to stay inverted for the whole 10 minutes each time because the grip on my ankle is not... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Spotts
uncomfortable. i would look for a brand with a solid back padding and better ankle support.
i don't think they've tried using it after designing it. Read more
I was expecting much more. It was easy to assemble though. Next time I will spend a little more and get one with a foam padded back. The nylon sling is not comfortable at all. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Dean Nelson