- Product Dimensions: 49 x 25 x 62 inches ; 46 pounds
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- Item model number: 5201
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IRONMAN Gravity 1000 Inversion Table
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- Sturdy inversion table that may help reducing back stress and stimulating circulation
- Durable tubular steel frame, tough nylon backrest, and powder-coated finish
- Tough rubber non-skid floor stabilizers; inverts up to 180 degrees
- Ergonomically molded ankle cushions; supports up to 300 pounds
- Folds for storage; measures 25 x 62 x 49 inches (W x H x D); weighs 46 pounds
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IRONMAN Gravity 1000 Inversion Table
The IRONMAN Gravity 1000 inversion table is built with a durable tubular steel frame with a scratch resistant powder coated finish. The table can support up to 300 lbs and user height up to 6 feet 6 inch. It has tough rubber non-skid floor stabilizers that provide stability when inverting. Extra-long safety handles provide easy return to the upright position and vinyl safety covers are added for safety. The backrest consists of tough nylon that is extremely durable, yet comfortable when the table is in use. The ergonomically molded ankle holders provide comfort and security. To help with storage, when not in use, the Gravity 1000 can be folded.
Inversion may help reduce back stress and strain by relieving pressure on the vertebrae discs and ligaments. It may help reducing fatigue and relaxes the overall body. Inversion may also help promoting stimulation of blood circulations resulting in relief of stiff muscles and increasing body flexibility improving athletic performance. Just 5 or 10 minutes of inversion every day may help relieving lower back aches and pain due to sitting, standing or any other cause of muscle stress.
Product Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions: 49L x 25 W x 62H inch. Weight: 46 lbs.
At a Glance
- Extra Long Safety Handles
- Secure Ankle Locking System
- Comfortable Backrest
- Inverts up to 180 degrees
- Supports up to 300lbs
- Folds for storage
- Height adjustment up to 6'6"
- Durable Steel Frame
- Safety vinyl side covers
- Adjustable safety tether strap
- 1 Year limited warranty
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Extra Long Safety Handles
Foam covered extra-long safety handles for easy return to the upright position.
Secure Ankle Locking System
Durable spring loaded ankle locking system with ergonomically molded ankle cushions provides security and comfort.
Comfortable and durable nylon backrest.
Non-Skid Floor Stabilizers
Tough rubber non-skid floor stabilizers to prevent any movement during inversion.
Durable Steel Frame
Durable tubular steel frame with scratch resistant powder coated finish.
User Height Up to 6 feet 6 inch
User height adjustment up to 6 feet 6 inch.
300 lbs Weight Capacity
Supports up to 300 lbs user weight.
|Ironman Gravity 1000 Inversion Table||Exerpeutic 175SL Inversion Table with ‘Surelock’ Safety Ankle Ratchet System and Lumbar Support||Exerpeutic 275SL Inversion Table with the Ultra Safe Surelock Ratchet Ankle Locking System|
|Weight Capacity||300 lbs.||250 lbs.||300 lbs.|
|Angle Locking System||Pull Pin Ankle Cushion System||Palm-Activated Double Lock Ratchet System||Palm-Activated Double Lock Ratchet System|
|Special Feature||During Nylon Backrest and Heavy Duty Frame||Lumbar Pillow and 3 Angle Position Adjustable Rear Cross Bar||4 Angle Position Adjustable Control Pin|
The Ironman® Endurance 100 inversion table is built with a strong steel frame and scratch-resistant powder-coated finish. It has a soft, foam-covered backrest for comfort when inverting, and extra-long safety handles provide easy return to the upright position.
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Now I know why the seller of this equipment offers "experts" to put the item together. It's mostly because the directions are, apparently, written in China where the product was manufactured. The writers are definitely not proficient in English clarity--or in some spelling, like "balacing" for "balancing".
It would have been very helpful if the words of top, bottom, inside, outside, and such were stamped on the parts, but I guess that asking too much. The "tools" that come with the table--a wrench and screwdriver--are a joke at best: I ended up using my own tools to eliminate that part of the frustrating assembling.
I am a professional handyman and love to put things together, but this Ironman took 2.5 hours: 50% intuition, 25% luck (yea, I had to redo a couple assemblages), and 25% via understanding the written word. Two items were not even explained in the instructions nor shown in the exploded diagram. I was never able to secure the adjustable foot spring with a bolt--none came that fit into the small-diameter hole--but it's not really needed anyhow.
I have difficulty getting the table to fully invert me 180 degrees. Because this is the cheapest Ironman model there are no levers to easily right ones self to horizontal, at a certain degree, or straight up; nor does it have "stops" as some do. It's all manual, which I opted for anyhow since I'm testing the waters on this inversion idea.
This report is simply on the difficulty of assembly, which would earn a D in my book. Soon, I'll report on its operation and benefits to my spine. As a final note: I do find the foot holds to be more comfortable than some others I've tried.
Update 10-15-2017: The inversion technique did nothing for me after 2.5 months of use. But that's me; I know others who rave about theirs. My doctor said that if I didn't notice some back relief within three weeks, it is not for me. Nevertheless, I persisted for 10 week in vain. For operation and comfort I would give the unit four stars, but not for the assembly aspect.