How Much Does An Inversion Table Cost? Don’t Spend Too Much

Looking to buy an inversion table and wondering how much you should pay for one to get a good one? Here’s what you want to know.

Inversion tables range in price from $90 to $900. A decent inversion table can be bought from $120 and up. For built in heating/massage functionality, expect to pay around $300. An FDA approved inversion table will cost $400 -$600.

Want to find a list with all the prices and what you can expect for your money? Keep reading to find out.

Inversion Table Price List

I’ve compiled a list of inversion table prices you can find below. The prices on this list are current retail prices without discounts, shipping & handling and accessories. Of course prices are subject to change.

BrandModelPrice ($)Weight limit
EXERPEUTICNo pinch189250
YoleoHeavy duty139.99300
Health gearITM5500199.99300
Health gearHGI 4.2149.88300
Health gearITM4.5179.99300
Health gearITM7.0-S295300
IRONMANGravity 4000170.99350
IRONMANRelax 550156275
Body VisionIT9550125250
Body VisionIT9825135250
BigzziaGravity HD89.9300
TeeterFitSpine LX9539300
TeeterFitSpine X349300
TeeterEP-560 Ltd429300
TeeterEP-970 Ltd449300
TeeterFitSpine X3459300
TeeterFitSpine X2429300
UbowayHeavy Duty129.99300
HAIPHAIKHeavy Duty99.99350
HARISONHeavy Duty319350
MastercareBack-A-Traction CN-B1899220
Body XtremeAdvanced209280

As you can see, the average price of the inversion tables on this list is about $235. But, as is often the case with averages, that doesn’t really tell the whole story.

There is a really wide range of prices from $90 to $900. However, if we take out the two highest and lowest price extremes, we get an average of $225 with prices ranging from $116 to $539. So while the average doesn’t change much, the price range gets a lot smaller.

Inversion tables are pretty simple in principle. They have to hold you by your feet and turn you upside down. So what can you expect for the different price points? Below we’ll look at the different price ranges and what to expect.

Image of an inversion table

Entry Level Inversion Table Prices

An entry level inversion table can be bought for $90 to $150.

These entry level inversion tables do what they say on the box: Turning you upside down while holding your ankles, nothing more, nothing less. Some features you should expect on a entry level inversion table;

  • Adjustable length: So you can set it to your length. Having your head dangle off the end of the table is not great.
  • Padded backrest: For comfort.
  • In steps adjustable rotation: You don’t want to go completely upside down immediately. Adjustable rotation means you can set where you stop turning so you can get used to it slowly.
  • Ankle straps: To hold you up.
  • Construction quality can be hit or miss: It’s possible to build a sturdy inversion table at this price range but not everyone does.
  • Not the best design: They don’t look great but most people likely don’t care, especially at this price.

It’s better to avoid the absolute cheapest ones since with those, the build quality can be ‘questionable’.

If you’re on a budget, get one around the $120 mark since you’re just much more likely to get something that’s sturdy. Something that doesn’t feel sturdy, feels unsafe. If it feels unsafe you’re not likely to use it often. And using an inversion table consistently is one of the keys to success.

Mid-Range Inversion Table Prices

A mid-range inversion table costs about $150 to $300. What can you expect for that extra money?

  • Sturdier construction.
  • More comfortable ankle straps
  • Many models come with heat/massage function
  • Smoother rotation which makes it feel safer.
  • Better fit and finish

All in all, you’re getting incremental improvements over the entry level versions. If you absolutely want heat or massage functionality, go for it. Another big benefit is a sturdier construction although probably similar to the upper range of the entry level.

High-End Inversion Table Prices

High end inversion tables will set you back from $300 to $900. There aren’t many tables that cost as much as $900, in fact there are only two in the upper range. The next most expensive one is ‘only’ $539, that’s a lot cheaper although it’s still a lot of money.

So what can you expect extra over a mid-range model?

  • Higher quality. That means a sturdier construction (which helps with confidence hanging upside down), smoother rotation, etc.
  • Possibly higher load limit. This price range has the only model with a load limit that’s higher than 600 lbs. Read more on inversion table load limits here.
  • Better design. Good looks are worth something.
  • Better service. You pay more but the brands selling these tables generally have better customer service and warranty.
  • Better designed backrest for more traction.
  • Better packaging so they fold up smaller.
  • Super easy adjustability
  • Better ankle comfort
  • Better balancing so you can control how fast and far you rotate.

So you get quite a few extra features and benefits over a mid range model. It should be noted that most models in this price range DON’T come with heat and/or massage function.

Do You Need An Expensive Inversion Table?

Now you might be wondering, do I need an expensive inversion table or can I get away with a cheap one?

Most people will be best off with an upper entry level or lower mid-range inversion table ($120 – $180). At that price point, you can expect a sturdy model with enough adjustability, a decent backrest and rotation that is adjustable in steps. That’s all most people need.

In the end, an inversion table just hangs you upside down by your ankles. It’s not rocket science. A simple one that is sturdy enough will do that.

For people that want a table with heat and massage function, spending a little more is a good idea. $180-$250 will get you that functionality. You’ll also get a bit more comfort with better ankle straps and smoother rotation.

If you can afford and want the best, you need to get something in the range of $400 -$600. These models have better backrests that can provide more traction than the normal padded seats. The most important difference at this price point is that some models are FDA approved. This can give you some extra security it’s working as it should and can possibly have implications for your insurance.

Another reason could be that you need something with a load limit that’s higher than 350 lbs. The only option with a 600 lbs. load limit is in this price range.


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