At Teeter, we are always keeping abreast of the latest developments in the inversion industry and we are always studying the competition. Ideally, we would love to be in an industry where every inversion table was created to the same rigorous standards to which we hold ourselves. This isn’t just talk; as far as we are concerned, a secure piece of equipment on which to invert is good for the entire industry. The problems come when inversion tables that bill themselves as cheapest inversion table on the market or discounted inversion tables (some without brand names even) are made available to the market.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: there are no government guidelines that regulate the manufacturing of inversion tables. Any company could get a basic blueprint of an inversion table and create it with materials that are no stronger than an ironing board. A cheap inversion table is worse than no inversion table at all. Certainly there are times in life when discounts, savings and frugality are valuable, but not when you are suspending yourself from a piece of metal.