The idea is real. All observations about how a product such as this is supposed to work, like from the first 5 minutes, are true. That said, this is an excellent machine, exercise peice of equipment, or therapeutic device. Hanging from one's ankles leaves something to be desired. And, who does not have something in their back that does not need to be worked on. I think the reason it works, and so much better than floating, or light swimming, is because being upside down against gravity is much superior than just being free of gravity, but the notion is somewhat similar. Teasingly, we have equivocated that it is, similar to David Blaine's magic, like putting a paper towel back together at the perforation, restoring the parts that are most damaged, but support almost all of the weight, like a welder repairs a cracked piece of steel. There was one tiny problem with this device, noting as others that you do have to be aware of what you are reading in the directions like the labels for the screws are metric, so you can line them up by size, but, that the frame's base where the plastic feet attach is not threaded much, and I stripped a simple phillips head screw for having tightened it too tight. Despite this, the design is so well done, folding it up to lean against the wall effects the 'lose' screw not at all, and the machine operates as stated. While assembling, you may do as I did use silicon spray for conditioning purposes on all rubber, moving parts, and exposed metal. Finally, with a 10% discount, I received the item in less than a week for $XXX. Considering that nothing else has ever come close to working for any lasting time whatsoever for Jennifer, this is, truly, a minor miracle. And it locks!
- How accurate was the sizing? perfect
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. 9.9/10
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? no
- Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes