Teeter makes the only inversion tables certified by Underwriters Laboratories. UL is a leader in third-party certifications. Teeter’s manual inversion tables are the only in the world to meet the new inversion table listing (UL 1647) which tests using real-world scenarios for inversion tables, like cycles (inverting down and up), weight capacity and testing for the endurance of ankle supports.
Will the inversion table last?
The company that makes Teeter inversion tables hires independent engineers to test their inversion tables and compare them against competing brands. Teeter tables are always rated as easiest to assemble, the longest-lasting and they are also rated as the easiest to use.
Look for key features.
When it comes to inversion tables, look for those that have specialized features like heat-treated steel, auto-locking hinges, squeak-free roller bearings and accessory upgrades. Teeter inversion tables focus on safety, form and function.
Be cautions of lighter weight inversion tables, Lighter tables can usually mean less steel is used to make them. A product that looks fine on the surface might contain shortcuts that compromise quality and user security, such as thinner tubing, cheap components and a weak support structure.
Heavier tables can also be deceiving, features like padded bed frames weigh more, but heavier doesn’t always mean stronger.
How’s the Service?
Does the manufacturer offer a hotline and email address for support?
Also, be sure to check out the product warranty before making a purchase.