The Stamina InLine Inversion System fitness machine is for use at home to stretch and strengthen back. This machine features a safe design with rolled foam pads that fasten snugly against your ankles to keep you in place while inverted....more
The Stamina InLine Inversion System fitness machine is for use at home to stretch and strengthen back. This machine features a safe design with rolled foam pads that fasten snugly against your ankles to keep you in place while inverted.
Stamina InLine Inversion System Fitness Machine
The Stamina InLine Inversion System looks like a padded, upholstered chair but converts to a flat table as you invert so getting on is as easy as sitting in a chair
Once you are seated and have secured your ankles, you lean back and invert to the angle of your choice
As you invert, the chair converts to a table so you are inverted at a prone position to best stretch and strengthen your back
The padded handlebar assists provide for easier inversion and easier return
Rolled foam pads fasten snugly against your ankles to keep you in place while inverted
The heavy steel construction frame and skid resistant rubber floor protectors add maximum stability and security
The adjustable tether strap prevents inversion past your chosen angle
The Stamina InLine Inversion System adjusts to fit most heights with a height adjustment beam
Inversion uses your body weight and gravity to stretch and strengthen the back
Materials: Steel, vinyl, foam
Dimensions: 55 inches high x 25 inches wide x 45 inches long
Congratulations to the Grandma from Ohio who assembled the machine in an hour. The company was nice enough to pre-assemble the difficult center portion of the device, but it still took me two hours to put together (and two of the screws did not set fully in place even after using additional tools not included in the kit.) I also found the directions poorly written (too many elements on one page, too few close ups).
Ah, but it is a solid device, I said to myself, only to find that the ankle grips are not adjustable, and more importantly, it does not invert to vertical (i.e. to 6 o'clock)--only to about 3/4 (around 4:30).
I would gladly return it, once I have another 2 hours to disassemble it.
POOR on assembly, GOOD on sturdiness, GOOD idea of have the seat that extends which makes it easier to mount, POOR on inversion.
Hello dvdmcdowell, unfortunately no, it doesn't fold up for easy storage. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!overstockcustomercare1 on May 30, 2013
I have had other inversion chairs. In order for a chair to work properly there must be a restraining device at the top of the thighs near the hips to hold you in the seated position while inverted.
Ones weight while inverted needs to be pulling against the top of the thighs where the legs bed at the torso. That's the only way the pull will act on the spine.All I'm seeing in the picture is ankle restrain and a pad for under the knees.
I'm concerned about inversion tables calling themselves chairs when they go flat in inverted position thereby negating all the benefits of being the legs in a seated position.
Please advise if I would have to rig up my own straps to Hang from my hips on this one.slowroller5 on Jul 30, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Foam-padded ankle support for added comfort while inverted
Leg lock system with push-button lever release holds ankles securely
overstockcustomercare1 on Jul 31, 2012
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