It took about an hour for my wife and I to put it together. You need 13mm and 10mm wrenches. If you don't have a set, get a 3/8" drive ratchet set and a box end set. You also need a #2 philips screwdriver. They include rudimentary tools, but it'll take you forever to assemble if you use them. The instructions are a little vague, but if you're a veteran assembler you shouldn't have any trouble, when in doubt look at the illustration and pictures. One nice thing is that the hardware is blister packed with the nuts and washers on the bolts and screws, very nice. I've only been using it for a few days, so I can't comment on how well it's helped my back problems. I did find that wearing boots helped keep me locked in, and that's about the only issue I've had. Using the suggested settings during assembly, I have had no problems controlling how much inversion I use. It's well made. At the new lower price, it's a bargain and I'd probably give it another star, but I paid the "you save" difference.
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