Best Cheap Inversion Tables

Sometimes when it comes to inversion tables, you want to completely ignore anything that would fall into the ‘cheap category’.   However, there are a few good, cheap inversion tables that we would recommend for specific situations.   As such, if you are on a budget but still looking for a good inversion therapy table, the list below will give you three good options:

 

Best Cheap Inversion Tables for 2011

 

1) Fitform Inversion Therapy Table by Teeter Hang-Ups

[box] While the Fitform Inversion table is not the cheapest table on the market – it’s about as cheap as we can go with a FULL recommendation to purchase it. Made by Teeter, you are guaranteed to get the quality and safety that you would expect from more expensive tables, making this a great deal if you are looking for a basic, cheap inversion therapy table. The other tables below will work….but not nearly as well as this one, and they are not nearly as sturdy or safe.

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2) Ironman Gravity 1000 Inversion Table

[box] For someone looking for a basic inversion table and who doesn’t need the ability to do core workouts, this could be a good solution.  It doesn’t have many bells and whistles, but it does a good job for basic therapy.  The Gravity 1000 allows you to invert a full 90 degrees, has comfortable ankle locks, and supports people up to 300 lbs.   If you want to spend less than $150, then this is the cheap inversion table that we would recommend.  (full review coming soon)

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3) Body Max IT6000 Inversion Therapy Table

[box] The Body Max IT6000 is very similar to the Ironman 1000, but customers like it slightly less and it is not quite as sturdy – holding people only up to 250 lbs safely.   However, it’s a solid, basic, inexpensive inversion table that will work fine for medium to smaller people who do not need the ability to perform upside down crunches and other core workouts while inverting.  (full review coming soon)

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4) Body Champ IT8070 Inversion Therapy Table

[box] This is one of the more inexpensive and cheapest inversion systems you can purchase. At under $100 from Amazon.com, some may wonder if the table will do a good job. However, rated with 4.4 / 5 stars on Amazon says something – people like it, and they understand that they are getting a basic table. Don’t expect any bells and whistles, and also don’t expect to be able to do core workouts, but if you are under 250 lbs and just want something cheap and basic, then this is another option that we would recommend.

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How We Come Up With the Best Cheap Inversion Tables for 2011:

When we are looking at different options, we are typically nervous with cheap inversion equipment – this is your back and health that we are dealing with, and many people spend hundreds of dollars each month on doctor and chiropractor visits, so we typically recommend spending a few extra bucks to get something that will last forever and will be as comfortable as possible.

However, the tables above are tables that 1) actual customers like and rate well, and 2) perform the basic inversion therapy functions.  No, you won’t typically find a machine that allows people to do core workouts, but they will allow you to invert fairly comfortably and stretch out your back and body effectively.

One other thing to note – with cheap inversion systems, you typically should not expect them to last for 10 years.  At this point, there is not an industry standard for testing – Teeter is about the only company that touts/claims to have their tables tested according to UL 1647 standards, and this is one of the biggest reasons why we like Teeter inversion tables so much – we (and you) can rely on them.  Yes, they do cost more, but we feel it’s worth it.  If you want a machine that will last 20 years, and don’t want to spend a lot of money, then we would recommend that you purchase the Fitform Inversion Therapy Table by Teeter (it’s less than $200 and is solid as a rock).