Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 390reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by RiverShasta Easing my over stressed back. Delivery was prompted at the store. Box fit in trunk w back seats down. Easy assembly, read directions first, approx. assemble time 30 mins. Table is bulky but strudy, doing 3 sets a day about 10 mins. Back feeling better. Doing sterches slowly, building up. Needed to take apart to move to another room, 10 mins flat. Its helping me with my compress vertbre, glad i got it. 02/10/2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by TS964 Just Hanging Around I got this device hoping that it would ease the pain in my back and neck. I've had the inversion table for less than two weeks so I can't say with any certainty how it will effect my condition. So far I like it and I do get some comfort from hanging upside down for awhile. However, (and some don't have the same issue) my ankles start to hurt after a minute or two. Of course it depends on how far I am inverting. I've tried wearing gym shoes, boots, or no shoes at all, but the ankles still feel discomfort. I have even wrapped my ankles with soft Everlast gym tape. But still they hurt. I am pondering how I can alleviate the pain in the ankles. Additionally, I am wondering whether the Teeter Hang-Ups are easier on the ankles. It's hard to know since some complain about ankle pain on both models and some do not. Also, the soft padding on the back is not really that necessary in that you're hanging upside down anyway and you're not putting much pressure on your back. I try to do different stretches while I am on the table, but it's not easy. I usually stay on for at least 5 minutes at a time; more if my ankles will allow it. If you get dizzy or light-headed easy or have bad knees, don't use this machine. You will regret it. Otherwise I recommend this or the Teeter Hang-Ups model. Many have said that inversion tables are very helpful while other claim they do nothing. The jury is still out for me. I can see that I will have to use this for quite awhile before I see any real benefit. One shouldn't expect a quck fix from this. I hope the review was helpful. 03/17/2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by SharpEdge Sturdy, Well Made, at an affordable price I shopped around a lot. This unit was sturdier and better designed than many units I physically tested that were also $100 - $200 more in price. It's the only unit I found in the price range that was also designed to support 350 pounds. 07/23/2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by M4Paws IronMan Gravity 4000 - Wow! I have had scoleosis all my life and often experienced back pain. I was also in a car accident that affected my neck. I would go to a chiropractor, which helped, but only for a very short time, until the next visit. I decided after doing some research to get an inversion table. The IronMan 4000 Gravity inversion table seemed to have the best reviews so I decided to purchase it.I don't regret this purchase at all. I've only had it a couple of weeks, but already it's helped my back and neck a lot. I really like the long handles which makes it easier to return after inverting.One very important thing I'd like to mention regarding the height adjustment. I found that going by weight, instead of height, is much better for finding your ideal balance point. Next to the height adjustment markers is listings of weight. This works much better to adjust by weight instead of height.Also, you should start slowing by using only a few minutes a day and not inverting all the way yet. I'm at about 45 to 60 degrees and I can really tell it's helping me.I highly recommend the IronMan Gravity 4000. 12/27/2009