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The FitForm table is made of durable heat-treated steel, with injection-molded parts that provide a smooth, finished quality. The adjustable roller hinges and cam locks, meanwhile, provide a custom rotation for beginners, regular inverters, and experts. Add an adjustable tether that lets you invert to any angle and specialized pivot bearings that provide a lifetime of squeak-free rotation and you have everything you need to keep your back pain-free.
Other details include curved front ankle clamps that mold to the curve of your feet for added comfort and security; a removable nylon mat that cleans easily; and a frame that folds up compactly for easy storage. Best of all, the inversion table is remarkably easy to set up and use. It comes 85 percent pre-assembled, with the rest coming together in just 10 minutes or less. And to get you started, FitForm threw in an instructional DVD that guides you through your first moments of inversion, including how to set the table to meet your specific needs and how to perform certain stretching and strengthening exercises.
The FitForm inversion table accommodates people who stand between 4 feet 8 inches and 6 feet 6 inches and weigh up to 250 pounds. And at 45 by 58 by 28 inches (W x H x D), it takes up a minimum of space. Finally, the table carries a two-year warranty.
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After using this table for about three years, I am now able to do things I could not do 3 years ago because of back pain. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lester Brandt
Yea....this is a nice one. No cheap fabric or material. Welded together like a tank. Works like a champ. Has saved me a few trips to the chiropractor. Try it...you'll like it!Published 22 months ago by 3rdtimer
Got this for my husband who has back issues. I was a little worried since the price was so low that it would be cheap or break. It has been almost a year and it still works great. Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by Jennifer McCarthy
Like many, I have been on the "medical merry-go-round" after suffering a back injury last October: family MD, X-ray, MRI, back surgeon, chiropracter, physical therapist, and... Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by Mavdoc
The table is really sturdy and relatively easy to put together. However, the ankle bar that holds your feet in the device is very tight and difficult to adjust or loosen when in... Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by Emily
This is a great product. I use it three or more times a week. When my back is hurting, a few minutes and the pain is gone. GREAT. Read morePublished on May 11, 2012 by S. Griffin
After a thorough research on the internet, we decided to purchase a FitForm Inversion Table.
This inversion therapy table is well constructed, but easy to handle and easy to... Read more
This Teeter Fitform inversion table is awesome! I did a lot of research before deciding on this one. Read morePublished on January 23, 2012 by Missy Pants
A good product. Does not store quite as well as some others.
Best way is to break it up into two pieces.
There is also some shifting of the metal parts when
using. Read more