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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.
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 for the table review: I researched many tables and even considered buying gravity boots. I finally selected the Ironman Gravity 1000. It was priced right and had great reviews. It is built well and does what it needed to do for me (prevented back surgery). It does fold up, but that is only useful if you need to move it around as it would not fit easily slide under a bed, but does collapse enough to move it out the door. It easily adjusts for different height people and has a comfortable back. I use a partially flattened soccer ball to put under my head when I invert to reduce that feeling that the blood is going to pop my eyes and ears. I also wear shoes when inverting. The foot clamps are comfortable as they need to be if you keep them tight on your ankles.
Bottomline: This table is solid, looks good, works and I would recommend it. As far as for surgery, I am so glad I didn't get spine surgery and look forward to when technology allows a less invasive option to cutting open my back and removing part of my spine.
The loose parts and tools were bubble-wrapped on a card and everything was well packaged and easy to unpack and inventory......The only problem I had was they provided one to many of one bolt and one too few of another..... Also, I wonder why they could pre-assemble the legs yet leave installation of the rubber feet to the buyer (?) It also seems like a little more pre-assembly could have been done in the ankle lock area without making the box bulkier..... This appears to be a high quality item that is stable and very well balanced........Thanks Amazon!
Older models required separate boots, which are an extraneous nuisance. Padded-ankle-holders built in to this design are much more convenient, especially with multiple users of different dimensions. These ankle-pads are quite secure and comfortable, even for a 200-pound 6-foot tall man. They also adjust without any tools. You simply pull on the spring-loaded handle to adjust, lock or release. The handle is large enough and positioned so that this is a comfortable operation that only takes a few seconds.
I received the order just one-day after placing it, which was especially appreciated because I was in pain. A minor mishap wrenched my back and left me hobbled for three days.
It's a curious catch-22: if you need the device for back-pain, you can't easily lift the box or bend over to lift and hold parts during assembly. So...
I got help from a 22-year-old nephew. We assembled it in 30 minutes... with almost no swearing! The instructions are decent; written in whole sentences with clearly-marked diagrams of the parts. They supply cheap tools for assembly, so you could get by without any extra tools. Though, I highly recommend a power screwdriver and a socket wrench. You'll need a half-inch socket ( Imperial measure) even though this is made in China here most measures are metric. This was obviously designed and spec'ed-out for Western customers.
Having the right tools would be even more important if you have to assemble the thing alone. With a helper to do the lifting and holding, and a handful of common household tools, it goes together fast.
>>>Of course this is anecdotal, not empirical evidence... and I am no doctor... however, the two times in my life that I had similar problems, inversion helped tremendously and instantly. In my case, it took only about 20 seconds to "pop" my back, back into place. I felt instantaneous relief!
The advantage of a table (over boots and a bar) is that you can approach inversion slowly. You won't need to go fully upside-down without control and caution. Also, a table allows you to smoothly come upright with equal ease and control. That is especially important for anyone who has not done this before and might have some trepidation.
This design is very sturdy: welded joints, heavy-duty locking-bolts with steel washers, large steel adjustment pins. I have seen carnival rides with smaller bolts!
They even provide a pre-tied string to the internal adjustment-spring so you can pull it through the pipe while assembling! If you have ever assembled things like this before, you will understand how infuriating it is when those details are missing. I was pleased to see they did not overlook that with this one.
The back-support is heavy-duty nylon, double stitched and pre-installed on the frame. That's great, because installing and stretching the back-support is the fussiest part of assembly. It can be removed for washing.
One design feature I now know is important: There are cloth guards at the top of the triangular base. (You can see them it in the picture--- one each on the left and right side.) At first I thought this was superfluous or only cosmetic. When my wife got on the device we realized that this is a safety feature!
Inexperienced users have a tendency to grasp the base at the apex of the triangle. They put hands INSIDE the frame instead of OUTSIDE where they are safer. One of the few dangers inversion tables present is the possibility of trapping appendages between the frame and the table as you tilt back or forward. These covers prevent that lamentable mistake.
I went ahead and installed those covers and will be sure any family member who uses this knows WHY they are there. They protect fingers, wrists and hands from injury, especially for a nervous novice.
Even if this had not helped my pain so much, I would recommend this model for anyone who wants an inversion table.
The price is reasonable for this level of quality. Amazon's shipping was VERY fast. In my particular case, back-relief came immediately, so I am doubly-delighted with this purchase!
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Just wish I had more desire to use it daily... ;-)