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Exerpeutic 975SL ‘All Inclusive’ Extra Capacity Inversion Table with Air Soft Ankle Cushions, SURELOCK and iControl Systems

Item# 00645503000P | Model# 4575 | Added on July 9, 2011 |
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Exerpeutic 975SL ‘All Inclusive’ Extra Capacity Inversion Table with Air Soft Ankle Cushions, SURELOCK and iControl Systems
$339.00
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Inversion made easy with the 975SL Inversion Table. Built with a heavy duty tubular steel frame supporting up to 350 lbs. weight capacity, the 975SL Inversion Table features a patented iControl Disk Brake System allows you to lock and unlock at “infinite” inverting angles, while an easy to reach “Palm Activated” SURELOCK™ adjustable ratchet angle locking system provides more security and safety while inverting. In addition, the form fitting AIRSOFT ankle holder cushions bring you unmatched comfort while inverting on the table. With the comfortable 2.3” thick soft foam backrest, the 975SL inversion table will provide you the excellent comfort you need at a reasonable price.

• 350 lbs. user weight capacity • Extra wide tubular steel frame for additional weight support • iControl Disk Brake System is easy to lock and unlock at “infinite” inverting angles • iControl prevents any “free falling” while inverting • iControl allows the user to lock the table at 180 degree vertical inverting position • iControl locks the table when mounting and dismounting • iControl eliminates the typical tether safety strap found on other inversion tables • iControl is quiet and smooth and very easy to use • US and International Patented iControl system • Auto form fitting, Patent Pending AIRSOFT Ankle Holder for unmatched comfort while inverting • Uses AIRSOFT Technology allowing air to flow into different air ... read more
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