The entire equipment measures 49 x 25 x 62 inches (L x W x H).
Despite being more compact, it still has a decent weight capacity of 300 lbs.
It can also be adjusted to fit users from 4’9″ to 6’6″ tall.
Is it easy to set-up?
It is relatively easy to assemble because of the illustrated instructions. However, it comes in many pieces that need to be put together. What’s worse is if you receive a package that has missing or broken pieces.
Compared to other tables, it is lighter by a few pounds. Is it stable?
Yes, thanks to its durable steel frame and non-skid rubber stabilizers.
Does it fold for easy storage?
Yes, although it does not lay flat because of the handle bars. It is lighter than other inversion tables but it is still a hassle to unfold and set it up every single time. Besides, it is beneficial to use it for short, frequent sessions.
What is the user weight capacity?
The weight capacity specified is 300 lbs.
How easy is it to go back to the upright position?
If your table is set to your height, balance is also established accurately. This will enable you to easily go back to your original position. Put your arms in front to shift your body weight. As the table releases from inversion, you just slowly reach for the handles to pull yourself up.
If you want to level up your inversion therapy experience, you can get the Ironman IFT 1000.
It also has Far Infrared Therapy (F.I.R.) that incorporates heat for a more soothing experience. It costs significantly more than the Gravity 1000, but your tired back and sore muscles will thank you for it.
You can also check out our comparison of the 10 best inversion tables on the market today.
While the more popular Ironman Gravity 4000 has a better backrest and ankle locking system, the Gravity 1000 is still a respectable choice.
At an affordable price, you get a stable and efficient table.
With a feeling of security while enjoying the relaxing benefits of inversion therapy, the rest are merely optional add-ons.