Compare Whole Body Vibration Machines
Lifetimevibe, Powerplate, Hypervibe, Zaaz, T-Zone
What Actually Matters?
Many customers comparing products get excited about a particular features, usually promoted by a particular company with that particular feature.
One company, for example, promotes G-force as the primary measure of quality. But they don’t remind customers that G-force is a multiple of Earth’s gravity on your body. If you weigh 150lbs, then 17g is 2,500 lbs of force on your body! That’s like lifting a car. Can that really help painful joints heal?
Others emphasize the maximum frequency, but with minimal amplitude. Or the number of motors, or the number of watts.
Conveniently, this hyper focus on technical specifications can ignore things that matter to actual users. Questions like: How long and reliable is the warranty? Does it ever break down and if it does, can I get if fixed? Can I understand how to use it? Will I enjoy it so that I actually want to use it?
What do real customers love?
At Lifetimevibe, we ask all our customers what they like most. It turns out, they don’t mention any of those technical details. Here’s what they love:
1) It feels good–It relieves pain, flushes toxins out, and improves fitness. Unlike others, it accelerates gradually and smoothly for a comfortable start, with 80 different speeds. Others start with a sudden shock acceleration that can be jolting and painful.
2) It gets used–It looks good in their living or family room, so they walk by it every day and use it every day.
3) The simple controls are intuitive–Unlike complicated touch screens with lots of programs to figure out, Lifetimevibe has solid aluminum controls that are obvious without any complicated instructions.
4) The quality is obvious–Unlike others made in China, the Lifetimevibe is hand made in the USA. Because of this quality craftsmanship, it includes a lifetime warranty on frame and motor, and with easily replaceable parts, it can easily be fixed if needed.
Several LifetimeVibe machines have been used daily for more than 7 years in busy chiropractic offices.