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Teeter EZ Up Inversion and Chin Up System with Rack, Gravity Boots and Healthy Back DVD

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  • DUAL-BAR DESIGN: Ideal platform for inversion, core strengthening, chin-ups, pull-ups, exercise band and heavy bag workouts! Places the body out and away from the doorframe for increased freedom of movement during stretching and exercises.
  • EZ-UP GRAVITY BOOTS: 5/8 in foam liners with dual self-locking, ratchet buckles for secure fit. One size fits most with adjustable straps (suitable for calves up to 16 in circumference).
  • SECURE & ADJUSTABLE: Fastens firmly into your solid wood doorframe, fitting doorways from 28" - 36" wide, and doesn't interfere with normal operation of the door.
  • QUALITY MATERIALS: Heavy duty steel construction with scratch-resistant powder coating, quick-disconnect brackets for easy assembly/removal, molded end caps to protect the doorframe, and foam grips for maximum comfort.
  • TRUST TEETER: FDA-Registered. Maximum user weight capacity: 250 lbs. Includes Instructional DVD and User's Manual. 5-year full warranty.

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Customer Reviews

Say 'Goodbye' to your Chiropractor!For many years I have been suffering from lower back pain as well as some occasional neck pain. Being a long-time distance runner this seems to come with the territory. Having visited a Chiropractor over the years, I noticed that I would require 'adjustments' more and more often to feel put together. After speaking to a personal trainer at the gym, I got the idea about 'gravity boots' and thus started doing some research. This is how I stumbled upon the Hang Ups EZ Up system. Let me point out a couple of things before you buy this system:1) You MUST have a relatively strong core in order to use this system and CANNOT weigh more than 250 lbs.2) The brackets used for the inversion bar require being ATTACHED BY SCREWS to the outside of a door frame -- i.e. The brackets are visible and permanent.3) The first couple of times you use this, you WILL fumble trying to get up into an inversion position.All of these things being said, once you get this system down, YOU WILL BE HOOKED!!! The sensation of inversion is so relaxing and relieving that it is almost euphoric. You can literally feel your spine decompress. AHHHH!!! After a couple of weeks of occasional use (every other day for 4-5 minutes) my back pain is all but gone. My neck is noticebly looser as well. For me this was truly money well spent. One last word of warning: If you are not athletic, perhaps you should stick to an inversion table as just the action of getting into the inversion position is like a heavy-duty pull up.4Don't buy if you're not athleticI like this product a lot. It is more cost effective than the traditional teeter hang ups, it is easier to store, and you don't need a lot of space to use it. Just a few feet from the doorway. It is difficult to get your feet hooked on it. I am pretty athletic and it was a struggle for me. With that in mind, I would not recommend it for someone who is over weight, inflexible, frail, or lives alone (you could get stuck up there). Also, he packaging is horrible. My box came with pieces socking out. Thankfully, it wasn't damaged. PAY ATTENTION TO THE PARTS THAT SCREW IN THE DOORFRAME. They are NOT identical. Make sure you put the correct door part to where you can hook up the teeter. 4Simplicity at workI was originally looking at inversion tables but then happened to come across this. The system is built quite tough, as long as you assemble it properly, of course. No creaking, no crackling when inverted. Very sturdy in the door frame. Also remains above my head when going through the doorway. Big PLUS as at 6'4'' I was going to have to remove the rig to walk through the doorway. But this is not even necessary. And the door can be closed without any issues.As to inversion and its benefits. I spend a few minutes on it every day and can tell my spine "thanks me" every day! Very cool and simple way to get relief. Plus doing "sit ups" or crunches is an added benefit, which you probably could not do with an inversion table. So all in all I am very satisfied and would recommend.Getting on it and off of it is a bit tricky if you don't have the strength to lift your legs above your head. So may not be suitable for everybody. Also you'll need to get used to some discomfort associated with having the gravity boots on, but there is no way around it. They are padded right, so there is no hard surface pressing against your ankles/feet, but it still feels tight. But it is expected as you are HANGING by your FEET :) 5Alternative UseI bought this a while ago for hubby to invert on and me to hang from (for fun). Just got around to installing it (28.25" doorframe) and it's working well. Was fairly easy to install - hubby is a handyman and laid out all the parts and put it up within 15 minutes. We're 145 & 225 and it feels sturdy to each of us (but not both at the same time).On the lower chin-up bar, I've also hung my Jungle Gym XT (TRX-style) straps, and on the upper: a yoga trapeze swing. It holds both sturdily (I'm not jumping around or doing anything crazy, however - just yet).We hung it high enough that it gave us ceiling clearance for inversion boots (future?), and low enough that I could reach to hang hangers on it (multi-purpose).Sure, we could have bought a less expensive chin-up bar, hammock mount, or hanger storage, but this seemed to be the most functional and well-made, overall.I rely on reviews to help me make informed decisions. I hope this review was helpful to you. 5ORDER IT NOWTHIS THING IS AWESOME!I'm a fitness addict so I was looking for a good pull up bar for a door frame. I also had lumbar spine surgery for 3 herniated disc from being in the military so back problems are something I've come to live with.This device acts as a great pull up bar and is even good for muscle ups. Now, I'm new to the whole idea of inversion but so far I like it. After hanging upside-down, my back really does feel great and relaxed. I have constant sciatica in my right leg and it's temporarily relieved by hanging for a few seconds.I've also found doing upside-down squats to be a new challenging leg workout and of course there are a dozen great ab and upper body workouts you can do with this.Only reason I deducted a star was because of the screw you use to install it. I'm not new to using tools and drilling into solid wood yet I managed to strip THREE of the wood screws! They are honestly just made out of a very soft metal or something. I ended up using some other screws I had around the house (against the warning label) that were of similar size. It installed fine after I used my own, better screws and it holds up without a problem. 4Couple of CaveatsThis is definitely the bare bones option for this product line.ProsIt's sturdy, easy to assemble and works well. The DVD is very helpful regarding assembly with reservations noted below. I had noticeable improvement to my stiff and out of line back after one use.Cons (or really, things to be aware of)First, if you follow the instructions for hanging the bar as given, it will be noticeably out of level with the doorway. This is due to the way the brackets and the bar assembly are fabricated. If this doesn't bother you, it won't affect the use of the device. It's not very esthetically pleasing though and I wound up taking one of the brackets down and remounting it to make the assembly level. I recommend using a torpedo level and two people to mark bracket locations prior to mounting.Second, it's rather difficult to get onto the bar if you are not flexible or if you have a stiff back. You need to hold the bar and swing your legs up to plant your feet prior to hooking the boots over the top bar. It's easy for a younger fit person, but someone who is less fit will have problems getting up on the bar. A second person or a chair will make it easier. Getting down is easier, as your legs are already up.For a person who can cope with the above, this is a good, inexpensive solution for gravity inversion. An older or less fit person will want to consider whether they will be able and willing to make use of the system enough to make it worthwhile. 4Great product...if you're reasonably fitFirst, a word about the order: one of the parts was missing. Amazon could not have handled it better, gave me three choices: full refund, replacement, or partial refund. I chose the latter, which meant I needed to get the missing part directly from the manufacturer. They were extremely helpful as well, so I ended up getting the part shipped to me for free, plus a $65 credit from Amazon.The inversion system is superbly engineered and was pretty simple to assemble & install. In spite of having read the reviews, I was unprepared for how daunting it was to swing myself up there for the first time! It's a very odd sensation. I'd had a Teeter table before...this was a totally different experience. I would definitely not recommend this for a person who is less than reasonably fit (or who is very tall and/or very heavy). Anyway, once past that initial "OMG" moment, everything was fine. The Teeter table I had before helped to heal my knees, and I have no doubt that this device will help considerably with my current issue (minor degenerative spinal compression). All things considered, if you have the space and the extra $$ I'd recommend one of the tables. Don't get me wrong, you don't have to be an athlete (I'm not!), but it is a little bit of a challenge the first couple of times. One aspect that is better than the tables: the gravity boots are easier to deal with than strapping your feet into the table; you don't need shoes, and the "calf loops" (apparently a newer addition) distribute your weight better...it's actually more comfortable on your ankles/shins than the table system. 4The BEST way to use traction on your spine (assuming you are in decent shape to start with).Love this device. VERY well made and sturdy. Mounts easily. Can be removed in about five seconds if you want to take it down. The boots are heavy duty modern polymer, not cheap plastic in any way. Thing feels indestructible. It works EXCELLENT if you have back issues that require traction, but you are in good enough shape to mount it (check with a doctor, blahblahblah, don't sue me). I let several friends try it, and besides myself, only one other person could get onto it. Be sure you can do a pullup and have decent core strength before you try. It does have a little strap to help come back up from the hang, with is very helpful. Despite how well-made it is, I place a thick tumbling mat under me (I have hard wood floors), just in case. A great purchase, overall. Highly recommended.5drastically better than an iron-gym style pull up bar with gravity ...drastically better than an iron-gym style pull up bar with gravity boots from some other company (the setup I tried before); easy to install in any doorway with a drill, and the extra bar out away from the doorway really helps keep your feet clear; boots are very high quality, much better than others I've tried and easy to adjust to your ankle size; very solid, doesn't budge when installed well;only complaint (will make more sense if you've tried to put one up): the frame bars on the left hand side are smaller than those on the right hand side, which is intentional (allows them to slide in and out of the ones on the right to adjust the whole thing to the width of your doorframe); this serves its adjustable-width purpose, but creates two problems 1) the bottom left corner (near the guy's far knee in the picture above) has a smaller radius tube touching the door than the bottom right corner, so while you're not on it it sticks off the doorway by 1/2 and inch, and when you're on it the unit twists slightly and this then touches the doorway, and can wiggle a bit; I solved this by wedging some cardboard behind it and taping both bottom corners down; 2) the whole unit can wiggle a little bit laterally since the tubes can slide in and out of each other - this is a small effect, and I solved it by wrapping some tape around where the top tubes meet 5This is no inversion tableOk overall product just has several drawbacks, hence the numerous warnings.My item came in a smashed box the instruction dvd had a big dent and would not play.Once assembled I swung my leg up as seen in sheet, resting upside down the unit does work.I was used to the camming inversion tables.you hang at just shy of vertical and are still partly supported.Updated I used it for 4 minutes instead of 90 secs like my other and better result. 4They like to brag on about being the first to have ...Let me start by saying the product (once finally assembled) is okay, but still has a few issues so I give it maybe 3 stars. Issues below with the manufacturer are why I gave them 1 star only. Should you have any problems with this product DO NOT contact the manufacturer. Their customer service (or lack thereof) is a joke! First upon receiving product and attempting to assemble it I noted a part was missing and there was a hole in the box where it clearly fell out during transit, so the manufacturer has substandard packing. I contacted the manufacturer and spoke to two people (a front line CSR and her supervisor). They were both incompetent and rude. This seemed to be a general tone at the company.Also beware of the instructions and instructional video as they both have outdated information. Again proof that the company dose not really care about their customers: The installation video spoke of having to purchase an adapter for door frames approaching 36 inches in width (which mine was). It turns out that years ago they did away with that "adapter" but were either too incompetent, lazy or (worse) "cheap" to update their installation materials ... Disappointing.Lastly the inversion boots are only "okay" . The company does not provide any additional padding or inserts that can be added for people who are thin framed. $100 for boots and the company can't provide 2 cents in additional padding? As I have thin legs I now have to wrap small towels around my lower legs first. Based on what I noted of the company's attention to detail I am not surprised at this, yet another, oversight. I didn't even bother bringing that information to their attention as the company does not seem interested in what their customers have to say about their product. They like to brag on about being the first to have this technology, clearly in this case the first is not the best. If I could of found a similar product I would of returned theirs.After all this, I contacted Amazon. Amazon treated me great! They listened, took notes, apologized for the issues, listened some more and sympathized with my issues and concerns and promised to deal with the manufacturer on all of these issues. Amazon then proceeded to send me a whole new unit to me via overnight.Contrast that to the manufacturers handling which was to "hum and haw" and be rude on phone and condescending. In the end they offered to send the piece that was missing but wanted to send it by three day. They expected me to wait 3 days after I paid in advance? For some reason they could not understand what was wrong with that picture lol. When I did get the part from the manufacturer it was the wrong part too ... Not surprising. Thank god I had already received and whole brand new unit from Amazon days before. 1Best money spent for my backTeeter Hang Ups EZ Inversion has been a God send. I had some lower back issues with compressed disc. With proper exercise and some hang time with these Teeter Hang Ups, my back problems have for the most part gone away. I occasional do something stupid and throw it out from time to time, but with exercise and some hang time on the bar takes the pain goes away. I was paying $25 buck to a Chiropractor for 5 min sessions once a week, but now with the Hang Ups I just get up on the bar relax and take a short nap while my body naturally straighten up naturally with the help of gravity and inversion. Yes, trust me your body will get used to hanging up side down. It is one of the most relaxing positions I do for my back and just some quiet peace of mind. I usually throw on my ear buds with my IPod and just listen to music and relax. For me the time on the bar is anywhere from 3-12 mins. It's not something you have to do daily unless you really need a correction. Now that my back is better, I usually get up on the bar maybe 4 times a month or at the end of the work week. On a side note, you will have to have some muscle and strength to lift yourself up and feet to connect into the slots for the bar with the Hang Up boots. But once you get the hang of it, it's a piece of cake. Year I defiantly recommend this product to those seeking alternatives to costly Chiropractor and muscle relaxers. Again this is a natural way of allowing gravity to straighten your alignment out and its simple and relaxing. 5
Teeter EZ Up Inversion and Chin Up System with Rack, Gravity Boots and Healthy Back DVD

Teeter EZ Up Inversion and Chin Up System with Rack, Gravity Boots and Healthy Back DVD

4.1
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£515.00
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£858.00
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