Steer clear of the Hypervibe G17 PRO Gravity Resistance Training machine (MSRP $3,495), which has scored just a 64 out of 100 score from vibrationplatereview.com
The lofty price tag is way overpriced for a machine that performs like many we’ve tested that sell for around $1,000.
The Hypervibe G17 PRO Gravity Resistance Training machine utilizes pivotal vibrations, which we are not generally fans of. This style of vibration machine gives you some of the benefits of vertical vibration for half the price, making them more affordable for the average person.
For around the $3,500 that the Hypervibe G17 PRO Gravity Resistance Training machine sells for what you could actually get a good vertical vibration machine, which would be much more beneficial. Vertical vibration is the preferred style for elite athletes, such as NFL and NBA players and Olympians.
The Hypervibe G17 PRO Gravity Resistance Training machine has a big color console screen, which is obviously a big reason for the hefty price tag. However, we’d recommend investing in quality, functional workout equipment over units with flashy electronics.
We like the Hypervibe G17 PRO Gravity Resistance Training machine’s
weight of 170 pounds, and the “swan neck” design of the upright column allows for good room to exercise. However, the big upright also adds a lot to the footprint of the machine, which could be a nuisance of your workout area is cramped for space.