Kettler Inversion Table Review
With its roots in Germany, Kettler has been a recognized name in a wide variety of contexts worldwide since 1949. The company is also based in the United States where is has been established for over twenty years and Kettler sells its products internationally. Many of its products are made in Germany and have not been outsourced. The company employs over 2,000 employees in several locations to ensure they meet the demands and interests of a global market.
The Kettler brand is well known for a wide range of products such as outdoor and indoor furniture, toys, table tennis sets, bicycles, furniture and toys for children, and fitness equipment. As well, Kettler offers parts and service for its products. Its fitness products are well designed and range from rowing machines to elliptical trainers, exercise bikes, treadmills, accessories and other equipment. Kettler sells only one inversion table model, the Apollo which is durable and provides the best features in the inversion table market as they did their research when designing the Kettler inversion table and listened to what the customers wanted.
The Kettler Apollo Inversion Table is constructed of high grade steel with a cushioned backboard, with small handles, comfortable foot constraints with an easy release bar for users with limited mobility and supports people who are 250 pounds and less. Its sturdy construction is perfect for industrial environments but is made for home use and is both durable and safe. The inversion stretch table has seven fixed positions beyond 180 degrees, and folds down to a manageable size for most homes and spaces.
Kettler APOLLO Inversion Table
- high quality, and the curved handles are a handy feature for pulling yourself back to upright position in case you're not balanced perfectly
- back cushion is very comfortable, supportive and the whole unit is easily adjustable to be perfectly balanced depending on your height
- assembly is not easy or obvious, and the instructions are incomplete and poorly written
- more weight and depth than expected