Exerpeutic Stretch 300 Inversion Table

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  • Foam roller and ankle cushions hold ankles securely and safely
  • Reduces fatigue and relaxes the overall body
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    About this item

    The Exerpeutic Stretch 300 Inversion Table is built with an exceedingly strong steel frame with a scratch resistant powder coated finish. This inversion table has a foam vinyl covered backrest for a comfortable head and back when inverting. Extra long safety handles on this inversion bench provide an easy return to the upright position.


    Exerpeutic Stretch 300 Inversion Table:

    • Inversion table user weight capacity of 300 lbs
    • Inversion bench user height adjustment: 4'10" up to 6'6"
    • Heavy duty 1.5" square steel frame construction to prevent any instability when inverting
    • Burgundy color
    • 3/4" soft foam for comfort when inverting
    • Combination foam roller and ankle cushions to hold ankles securely and safely
    • Ankle release system: easy pull pin release
    • Inversion angle adjustment: adjustable tether strap to allow for different inverting angles
    • Full loop foam covered handle bars for easy return to the upright position
    • Inversion: helps reduce back stress and strain by relieving pressure on the vertebrae discs and ligaments
    • Can reduce fatigue and relaxes the overall body
    • Inversion can also promote stimulation of blood circulations resulting in relief of stiff muscles and increase body flexibility improving athletic performance
    • Just 5 or 10 minutes of inversion every day can relieve lower back aches and pain due to sitting, standing or any other cause of muscle stress
    • Dimensions: 46.4"L x 27"W x 57"H
    • Assembled weight: 55 lbs
    • Made in China


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    Specifications

    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 5503
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 62.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 46.0 x 27.0 x 57.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551168421
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    Customer Reviews | 468 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    2/13/2012

    Customer review by wisc1

    5.0 stars by wisc1

    I was very happy with the quality and actually could'nt believe the quality for the price, very solid. I thought it was very easy to assemble, they even supply the tools needed for assembly. It's easy to use, very smooth operation. This is a no-brainer, great value , highly recommended if your in the market. wis1

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    3/22/2012

    Customer review by TrophyWife08

    5.0 stars by TrophyWife08

    I went to my local chiropractor & it was going to cost me out of pocket over $3000 to help with my lower back pain. I figure I would try this first. I have been on it twice yesterday for about 10 - 15 mins & then this morning for about 20 mins. My back is starting to feel better already! I put on my mp3 player with some relaxing music & shut the world out. It does take some getting used to being upside down & I am gradually getting there. I take my time & if I need to, I come up for a moment, then go back. It comes with a stretching guide to work up to. Once I get a little better I will start doing them. It was a pain to put together. Like all products are! I had my husband do it for me lol. It didnt take very long to assemble & it is very stable. My husband is 6'2" 200 lbs & he got on it no problem.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
    11/26/2011

    Customer review by nickname2070

    5.0 stars by nickname2070

    This is a great product. It really did exceed my expectations for the price. I will warn you it does have alot of parts so it takes some time to put together but it's well worth the effort.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every few days
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    I have arthritis and scoliosis and wonder if I'll be able to get on this table.
    by punky1048 7/2/2012
    • depending on how bad your scoliosis and arthritis is. you have to stand kind of backwards and step up about a foot you may want to have someone with you to help at least at first. you might want to go to a sporting goods store to see any invertion table set up just to get an idea of getting on one.
      by lightseeker211/19/2012
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    • You simply place one foot at a time on the bar which is about a half foot off the floor, and you do this while leaning against the table. it is easier than it looks.
      by Happycustomer4011/14/2012
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    • It is not easy to mount the table but I suffer from a sciatica and am able to get myself hooked up and on the table. Just take your time.
      by COACH2710/30/2012
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    • You get on the table in a standing position. You stand on a metal bar and lock your feet in. You don't have to climb onto the table.
      by youasked4it10/26/2012
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    • I have a broken ankle, and I was still able to get on. I even held myself on it with one foot, rather than two! It's solid and you won't feel like it will tip.
      by Azucar19/17/2012
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    • Not hard at all. one small step and your in. very easy to invert and bring yourself back upright.
      by lemmings10/26/2012
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    • I don't know if I can honestly answer your question. With the unit in the ready position, all it takes is backing into the unit and stepping up a few inches onto the ankle strap bar. If properly balanced, just raising your arms will cause the table to function.
      by Jondel8/29/2012
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    • If you can stand it should be no problem. You just put your feet in and lean back.
      by averagejoe12310/26/2012
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    • I have scoliosis as well, although mild, but this table is very easy to use. If you can use stairs, no problem! Try it..you won't be sorry!
      by ladybugg6710/29/2012
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    • I had help getting on and off the table for the first few days. Once I got it adjusted correctly I found it very simple to use.
      by LindiB8/29/2012
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    by lunchbreak 10/21/2012
    • I had someone with me the first time I used mine just to be sure I was OK going upside down and then upright by myself. I had no problem at all, there is a bar that I hold on to and ease myself down and back up.
      by jj2012jj2/19/2014
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    • No not at all just pull on the handels a little bit and you go right up
      by jobob09411/27/2012
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    • Just use your arms to get straightened back up. What I did was watched teeter hang ups on an infamertial . Look up teeter hang ups on YouTube . They showed me how to use my arms properly. When laying on this product just hold your arms on your chest, then gradually and I mean very very gradually start to lift your arms up towards the ceiling and you'll go up and down just by lifting your arms up n down in the air. If your completely upside down then aim your arms up toward the ceiling and you'll go up. Then grab the padded arm handles and finish raising yourself up. It's really kinda fun once you get the hang of it. I love my inversion table and its really helped my husbands sciatic nerve back problem too. Good luck :-)
      by JDAY316028/23/2014
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    • there is no discomfort and it is based on balance, so you set it to your height so when you get on and lay back you should only go back a little to go back more you raise first 1 arm then the other arm above your head to right yourself you just do the reverse the long handles help if you need it.
      by lightseeker211/19/2012
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    • Very easy to right yourself, works on balance. Only discomfort is a little on the feet if inclined for long period.
      by Happycustomer4011/15/2012
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    • Try adjusting the height bar.
      by Bullshoy11/12/2012
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    • It is so easy to tilt back slowly and return upright slowly - I was also concerned about this but it is so easy. No discomfort for us except where our feet are held in the braces. Just tight around the ankles.
      by BandLin11/7/2012
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    • With the handlebars it is pretty easy to get yourself upright. I felt very little discomfort.
      by COACH2710/30/2012
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    • no
      by Backpain00010/29/2012
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    • No, if you have the heigth set right, you will right yourself back up with no problem. I use it every day, works great.
      by ssparkyy10/25/2012
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    Does it fold up for "easy" storeage such as under the bed or is it going to be a permanent fixture in my room?
    by jbeuscher 8/14/2012
    • it does fold up to stand against a wall I wouldn't put it under a bed it's to heavy to lay down and back up. I use mine 3 or 4 times every day so I just put it next to the wall then slide it over some to use.
      by lightseeker211/19/2012
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    • It does fold up, but will not fit under most beds. can stand in corner of room.
      by Happycustomer4011/14/2012
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    • The machine is pretty large but if you remove the pin you can fold it up and keep it in a safe area.
      by COACH2710/30/2012
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    • One pin pulled and it folds flat.
      by ssparkyy10/26/2012
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    • Sorry I answered your question incorrectly before. The folded dimensions are about 6 feet tall. 2 feet wide and 1 foot thick. But you need to remove the assembly that locks your feet into place. This is simple to do, all you do is pull a spring loaded knob and pull the assembly out. The assembly only weighs a few pounds.
      by youasked4it2/19/2014
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    • It does fold but is not "compact". The folded unit is about 6 feet tall x 2 feet wide x 3 feet thick. It will fit in a closet but not under your bed.
      by youasked4it10/13/2012
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    • no, it doesn't fold.
      by Azucar111/24/2012
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    • I don,t think it would fit under a bed . Maybe a closet . Pull two pins and it folds.
      by CNCRon9/9/2012
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    • It will fold and place against the wall fairly easy. It is little heavy for under the bed.
      by lemmings10/29/2012
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    • It does folds easily but is somewhat heavy and large. I leave it up all the time in a spare room. It's not really too big but my exercise is hanging not moving equipment.
      by Jondel8/29/2012
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