The Mark Pro is hands down the Rolls Royce of Inversion Tables
I had the teeter before, but I was right at the limit. I am 6’6″ and 300 lbs. That is exactly the limit of the teeter and with it’s scissor fold out Hmmmm legs… and you’re hanging upside down… well, it held me and it never dropped me buttttt, wasn’t a real secure feeling… Did someone say secure. This Mark Pro is about as secure as I have ever had. This thing is solid, solid in all aspects. It is comfortable and easy to operate. It is hands down the Rolls Royce of inversion tables. The teeter is the volkswagen… it is nice and good… My wife drives a VW, but I think you get my point. The downsides. I am tall, so when it is extended to my height… the folcrum or however you spell it is not quite centered to start, so it takes some extra Pull on the bars to get me off the ground. The teeter was more balanced in the middle and I just raised my hands and I was launched to waistless center mass. This one doesn’t seem to do that, but I simply just hold myself center mass, not that much effort, but starting is. I get level so my back can get spasms out and start to relax and then I go upside down and hang then come back and so forth. The padding is very comfy and there is a sense of peace knowing how solid this thing is. IT holds 600 lbs. That is crazy, but you can see why how it is built. I think if you want THIS for a very very long time then this is the one. IF you are tall like me… a bit tricky, but nothing to sweat about getting level, but past level I go over and no problems. Having the big wide bars makes all this easy to do coming back up or otherwise. SOLID PRODUCT!