Weslo Inversion Flex System
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- Inversion system helps decrease pressure on spine and increase blood flow to body's extremities
- Release muscle tension and tone your musculature via gradual stretching after your workout routine
- Padded nylon bench provides comfort and support, and foam padded handlebars help you achieve proper form and balance
- Height, ankle lock, and pivot bar are adjustable to accommodate variety of users
- Safety tether allows you to control the system's angle of inversion
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The Weslo Inversion Flex system helps reduce pressure on your spinal column and increase blood circulation.
The Weslo Inversion Flex System is a safe and easy exercise tool that helps you increase blood flow and decompress your spine. The cushioned frame provides maximum back support and comfort, and it adjusts in length for a variety of users. Handlebars provide support for proper form and balance.
The Inversion Flex System puts you in the perfect position to help you truly relax and get rid of everyday stress. Employing a safety chain and a foam ankle lock, the Inversion Flex allows you to train in worry-free comfort. Using the adjustable height and adjustable pivot bar features, you can customize the Inversion Flex to fit your needs and meet your natural center of gravity. An adjustable foam ankle lock provides further comfort and keeps you securely in place during your training so that you don't slip. Invert fully or stop at any pivot lock to get the angle you want.
The Inversion Flex System measures 60 inches by 49 inches by 27 inches and folds away for quick and convenient storage when you're done.
Weslo fitness equipment features a 90 day limited warranty that covers defects, materials and workmanship. Warranty does not cover misuse, abuse or commercial use.
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I received the Welso inversion table this morning and put it together in less than 30 minutes. The instructions weren't great but I managed. Make sure you have a socket wrench! The reviews on this table said assembly was easy and it was, the reason I bought this over the Marcy brand. The basic frame is already assembled, all you do is unfold it. That is a huge improvement over Marcy and some others with up to 40 parts to assemble. I also considered buying the teeter model for 3 times the price. I am glad I didn't. This is inverting me easily and it was a relative bargain.
A minute after assembly, I set to my height 6'3" and inverted for the first time. I was immediately in perfect balance and able to adjust my position with the slight movement of my arms. By the way, for me inverting is not a great feeling and I am not going to be spending days on end on this thing. But 3 minutes at a somewhat less than 180 degree tilt and my back feels great. My stomach, not so much as I got a little motion sickness being upside down. Probably just me but I thought worth mentioning.
This machine will fully invert with the removal of the safety chain or replacing with a longer chain, some tables don't. But frankly, I don't need to fully invert to get the stretch I need. The ankle pads are heavy and probably as thick and comfortable as you could get on any machine. But the weight of your body all on your ankles takes some getting used to.
The overall quality of the table is excellent. It is solid, well made and everything fits. There have been comments about the metal support bar being uncomfortable on the lower back. Having used the table I didn't notice the bar was there.
As for portability, I don't think I would buy any inversion table if space was an issue. I have a basement and lots of space but if I had to lug this around, fold-unfold, I think it would be an eyesore and more trouble than its worth.
Another reviewer recommended watching "how-to" video's on Youtube. This is good advice before using the table!
Why spend more on an inversion table when the quality is top notch and the price is right? Highly recommended.
Update: 8-23-2010 I am using the table 3 times a day, 2-3 minutes at a time. My ankles quickly got used to the table and I can invert with little discomfort. Also, My back has gotten accustomed to inverting and I believe my posture is improving as well as relieving stress in my back. This might be the best thing I ever bought. Update to follow in a few weeks.
It arrived almost two weeks before promised, it was packed well and the box was easy to open. The assembly was simple with easy to follow excellent illustrations - (and believe me I'm not very handy) - and I found all of the parts to be sturdy and fit together seamlessly.
I had previously tried another model at the sporting goods store by I found the ankle attachment much less hard on me on this one. I really couldn't be happier and if you compare it to other models the price and workmanship are flat out excellent.
The only thing I would recommend you do is get on Youtube and watch some video's to get a sense of how to use it in advance; since it does not come with a video that will be a must. The instructions in the manual are well written but you really should watch someone using a table before you tackle it; and do not try it alone at first!!!
I've only used it a couple of days but I'm amazed that most of my morning back pain (that I've had for years now) has gone away!! It is really an amazing thing!
However unless your incline is completely vertical it's like lying on a sleeper sofa with the metal bar in your back. Wish I'd bought one with a foam pad to cradle my spine instead of a canvas sling with a metal bar behind it (about the same price). Also I'm 6'5" and my head rests on the perimeter metal frame that holds the canvas sling - that's also pretty miserable until you get vertical.
Ankle bars are comfortably padded, so your feet don't hurt, but when you're done and want to collapse it, the collapsed position isn't very collapsed - not easy to store, but none of them are.
Functionally it's great, works fine.
Tried to call for Tec Support, and nobody's home. Spent over an hour on hold collectively, while calling all their phone numbers. Sent an email, no response.
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