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|Product Type: Inversion chair||Frame Material Details: Steel|
|Adjustable Strap/Belt: Yes||Number of Handles: 2|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Tools Needed for Assembly: Combination and allen wrench|
|Tools Needed for Installation: Combination and allen wrench||Product Warranty: 5 years on frame and 90 days for parts|
|Extra Long Handles: Yes||Installation Required: Yes|
|Finish: Black, grey and red||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Hardware Finish: Pewter||Contoured Handles: Yes|
|Frame Material: Metal||Non-Slip Handle: Yes|
|Back Pad Material: Vinyl||Hardware Material: Stainless steel|
|Non-Skid: Yes||Straps/Belt Included: Yes|
|Handles Included: Yes||Adjustable Support: Yes|
|Adjustable Degree of Inversion: Yes||Ankle Holders: Yes|
|Operation: Manual||Inversion Orientation: Up|
|Mechanical Arm: No||Anti-Slip Feet: Yes|
|Foldable: No||Fitness and Therapeutic Uses: Flexibility|
|Target Muscle Area: Back||Instructional Video/DVD Included: No|
|Adjustable Height: Yes||Maximum Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
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Well built and works
Kim from Lloydminster, SK– Verified Buyer
For the price it should come with a base which would make it a bit more stable. Follow the instructions and it is easy to assemble.
Easy to get into.
daniel from bloomington, IL– Verified Buyer
To make back pain a little easier to put up with, just strap in and invert, this seated inversion chair is perfect for a older person (me) who can't climb up on most of the other inversion tables.
B from IL– Verified Buyer
Extremely sturdy. Comfortable. Easy to use - the seating system makes the recline easy and the return to upright is very smooth. Ankle grips are comfortable and secure. The stretch is great and the unit is large enough to work shoulder stiffness as well. Assembly took a while - suggestion is to put all of the screws in first to get the threading clear. The instructions suggested two people and that may have been a good idea but one 66 year old can do it alone.