What kinds of comfort features do you need?
Inversion tables range from base models which feature a nylon backrest, a spring-loaded ankle locking system, and a safety strap which sets your angle of inversion. Higher-end models contain an assortment of more advanced features such as lumbar support, an adjusting ankle locking system for greater comfort, a flexible backrest, a cushioned headrest, etc.
Take some time to determine which of these features, if any, are important to you. For example, if your feet are rather small or large, we would highly recommend selecting a table with an adjustable ankle locking system. One of the only complaints we hear frequently about inversion tables is that the comfort they provide your feet and ankles is lacking; choosing a model with enhanced ankle support will alleviate this problem. And if your lower back is your primary area of concern, a table with lumbar support will enhance the decompression and alignment you get in that region.
When you are researching various tables and comparing features and prices you will narrow down your choices to a few units that will work great for you but the only way to truly know if a particular inversion table will work for you is to use it and try it. The good news is that you don’t necessarily have to purchase a number of different tables and try them for yourself because the Internet makes it very easy to research user reviews so you can read about other people’s experiences with any particular table. When you have narrowed down your choices to the best cheap inversion table
that is affordable and has the features you are looking for, reading reviews about other consumer’s experiences will help you make your decision with confidence. Getting the opinions of people that have purchased and used a particular inversion table will give you a lot of valuable information. People will tell you the good, the bad, and the ugly, listing all the pros and cons for any table, making it much easier to find the best inversion table for you.