Stamina InLine Inversion SystemItem#: HN-STA155
- Quickly adjust the footrest to ensure proper positioning for inversion
- Nylon tether strap safely controls inversion
- Fits users of most heights by adjusting the leg support to fit your thigh length
- Simple push-button lever release operates leg lock system to secure your ankles
- Comfortable and supportive cushioned bench with high-density foam pads, covered in durable stitched vinyl upholstery that's easy to wipe clean
- Padded handlebars and foam-padded ankle supports make inversion and return easier and more comfortable
- Non-slip rubber feet provide stability and protect your floors
- Manufacturer's warranty included - see Product Guarantee for full details
About Stamina Products, Inc.
Founded in 1987, Stamina is dedicated to building a stronger, healthier you. The company supplies high-quality products at excellent value to the fitness and leisure markets, showcasing hundreds of products around the world over the past two decades. Stamina is responsible for such brands as Body by Jake, Suzanne Somers, Tony Little, and more. Their mission is straightforward and admirable: Stamina strives to outperform the competition by maintaining effective communication, consistent quality, and superior service. They will continue to pursue perfection through the design excellence of these home fitness products.
Dimensions & Specifications
Some Assembly Required
1 Year (Frame), 90 Day Parts
36L x 27W x 50.5H in.
Maximum User Weight
- Foam core mat for use under exercise machines
- Protects the floor and prolongs the life of equipment
- Dampens vibrations for quiet operation
- 84L x 36W inches
- Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee)
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Easy To Adjust
- Easy To Use
- Back Problems
- Pain Relief
Comments about Stamina InLine Inversion System:
I just put together my inversion chair. Word of advice: Get yourself a rubber mallet. You'll need it. Most of the holes line up with a little "finessing" (brute force). Not too bad, though. By the time I had it together, I needed to use it for my back...the reason I'd gotten it in the 1st place. There's one screw I can't seem to get all the way in the way it's supposed to be in the backrest. When a friend comes over, I'll see if he has any better luck than I've had.
It's a relief to not have to bend over to release my feet after a stretch as my SI joint generally gives my misery on a regular inversion table. It hasn't so far with the chair. Hope that continues.
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