I purchased this table about three weeks ago and have used it almost every day. The construction and quality of the build is far above the $179.00 price tag. And considering that you also receive a $70.00 IronMan heating pad included with the table, it is really a steal. Best advice is to take the reclining angle only to about 20 degrees or so for the first couple of weeks and do not invert for more than 5 minutes until you get accustomed to it. I am now reclining at 30 degrees and have built up my time to about 12 minutes. The heating pad timer is the best with time remaining and temperature shown in an alternating display. After a while you'all will find your best operating method. One thing to do BEFORE your first invert, is to tie a small rope/cord to the top of the foot pad release handle and tie the other end to the pivot support bar in a snug but not tight manner. This will make releasing the foot bar VERY easy. I had tried to release the foot bar the first couple of times by bending down to grab, but, that was a real bi--ch.... Now all I need is a simple pull of the cord and I'm free to get that beer :) Anyway, inversion tables are a very good alternative to a chiropractic visit and will pay for itself within weeks. P.S. I found a bad weld edge where it was a bit sharp. Check the nylon mat where it rolled around the frame bar by the pivot welds. If you find a sharp edge a small piece of Velcro - pad side and not the hook side, and place it over the weld..
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