PUYALLUP, Wash., June 21, 2012 – Acupressure therapy and lumbar support on an inversion table are now achievable with the new Teeter Hang Ups 60-Series Inversion Tables. The all-new design from Teeter provides users with even more customization options due to the innovative ComforTrak bed design which accommodates the popular Better Back Adjustable Acupressure Nodes and Lumbar Bridge.
Teeter’s EP-560, EP-560 Ltd., EP-560 Sport, EP-860 and EP-960 Inversion Tables take a leap forward in design with the functional and futuristic ComforTrak bed that flexes with the user for better mobility during stretching and the Grip-and-Stretch Handles in the frame and bed for added stretching and decompression. The Ergo-Embrace Supports with specialty foam that secure the ankles are a product of years of research to develop the most comfortable ankle system on the market. Over-molded handles with embossed angle guides, a slick Titanium powder-coating and Teeter blue accents create a beautiful finish.
The new accessories are receiving rave reviews from customers. Brian Wagner says that the acupressure nodes are “nothing short of genius,” adding that they offer a way to “work on those hot spots that show up when I’ve spent too much time on the computer.”
To celebrate the release of the new EP 60-Series product line and Better Back accessories, Teeter has also launched a new online shopping experience which allows visitors to more easily sort and compare products by category, with popularity, price and As Seen on TV options, and a new product preview mode for a snapshot look at product images, features and benefits.
With over 2 million users, Teeter Hang Ups leads the inversion market as the definitive inversion products brand. Founded in 1981 by Roger and Jennifer Teeter, Teeter is the longest continuous manufacturer of inversion products in the world. Teeter Hang Ups are rated by Dynamark Engineering as the “best inversion table” for endurance, strength, function and ease of assembly, and only Teeter tables are quality-assurance tested to UL’s inversion table safety standard. Visit teeter-inversion.com.
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