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Exerpeutic 225SL Inversion Table with ‘SURELOCK’ Safety Ratchet System, Lumbar Support and AIR SOFT No Pinch Ankle Holders

Item# 00644780000P | Model# 4501 | Added on July 18, 2018 |
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Exerpeutic 225SL Inversion Table with ‘SURELOCK’ Safety Ratchet System, Lumbar Support and AIR SOFT No Pinch Ankle Holders
$215.00
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Inversion made easy with the EXERPEUTIC 225SL. Built with a heavy duty steel frame (UL Safety Certified), the 225SL Inversion Table features a Patent Pending AIRSOFT Ankle Holder for unmatched comfort, a 3 position adjustable rear cross bar for easy inversion angle adjustment, and an easy to reach “Palm Activated” SURELOCK™ adjustable ratchet ankle locking system. The included removable lumbar pillow provides extra lower back support while the double lock ratchet tooth mechanism and solid two piece ratchet design makes inversion more safe and secure. With the comfortable soft foam backrest, the EXERPEUTIC 225SL will provide you the excellent inversion comfort you need at an affordable price.

• 250 lbs. user weight capacity • UL (Underwriter Laboratories) Certified for safety • Auto form fitting, Patent Pending AIRSOFT Ankle Holder for unmatched comfort while inverting • Uses AIRSOFT Technology allowing air to flow into different air chambers to auto secure and fit to the shape of your legs and ankles • AIRSOFT Cushioned Ankle Holder provides extra cushioning and comfort to your ankles by eliminating heavy pressure on your ankles while inverting • NO PINCH OR PAIN on your ankles while inverting • Heavy duty steel frame construction to prevent any instability when inverting • 3 Angle position adjustable rear cross bar for easy inversion angle adjustment eliminates the typical strap system • Easy reach “Palm ... read more
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