I have found that the easiest way to conceptualize this confusing industry is by breaking it down into a tiered rating system for each model and brand.
About 70% of customers end up purchasing a whole body vibration machine from Tier 2 level. The rest choose a Tier 1. Tier 2 is composed of companies that are using very confusing marketing for their brands. The reason is because 90% of those brands in this tier are actually “Re-brands” coming out of the same 4 manufacturers in China. So these brands are almost identical to one another and companies just makes up claims and marketing hype to appear better than their competition. The sad thing is that many of the machines in Tier 2 are actually priced the same if not more than some of the machines in Tier 1.
For this reason I have divided up Tier 2 into two sublevels, A and B. The lower the tier level the more drawbacks it has versus benefits. So Tier 2B would have maybe a limited warranty as just one rating aspect (multiple) versus a Brand from Tier 2A.
Rating System is based off the following:
Warranty, Off gassing, Ballistic Impact, Construction of Handlebars/Versatility, Noise, Vibration transfer into frame, Automatic Overheat shut off, Gforce range, Frequency range, Displacement, Grade of Components, Manufacturing Specs, Third Party Engineering reports, Return policy, Servicing, Longevity, Program Options and Training Support.
If you need more specific review information on each brand and how it rates on each of these categories please ask.
Hypervibe, Zaaz, Nitro Fit, VibroGym
A --VibePlate, Vivo Vibe, VMAX Pulser, Powervibe, Turbo Sonic
B --Vibacore, Cardio Tec, Hypergravity, HealthMark
A --DZT, Forever Fit, Euro
B -- Crazy Fit, Confidence, Soozier
I am of course happy to consult with you by phone, email, or text to help find the best brand and model for your unique set of needs.