Okay so, a lot of people don't know how this website started so here's my story. I'm getting too many emails and calls to explain this each time over and over. I figured buying a vibration machine back in 2008 was a good thing to have in my home. I got a good price on one and everything was cool. But, it took me buying 2 more of these machines to find out that what they said about my first machine was all hype and not the real deal. The machine I use now is nowhere near what my first machine was like. And its still one of the best selling type machines today. Go figure.
I don't want people to go through the same thing that I went through because it was such a big headache researching and lots of money to spend just to find the right machine. But my personality did not allow me to settle on the machine I bought. The more research I did the more upset I became with the company that sold me my first machine. They lied so much that they didn't even remember what they told me.
Since I first launched my reviews, I now know there are so many people that are now in the same situation I was in back then. And people who have already bought are now feeling ripped off. Thanks for not ranting to me how you got ripped off. I already understand. I hear the same story about the same machines from the same dealers all the time.
They made me feel like a fool when I believed their marketing pitch. As if they really had the only proprietary technology. I bought their BS. How was I supposed to know. I just heard about these machines. By the end when I finished my review. The machine that I use I am convinced it is the best. How do I know that?
My first vibration machine was supposed to be this really great machine, especially for the price I paid. I could not keep what I knew to myself. Did they BS me? I was sold on the concept but not the machine.
I believe this is where most people get caught with hype. Buying into a concept.
They assured me that their machine would do all the things whole body vibration is known for. They even kept emailing me the latest news on their vibration machines so I would not have doubts after I bought it. They didn't want me to do more research so they would send me information to keep me satisfied so I wouldn't research on the net concerning these machines. So, I found all the common claims and tried to tie it all together. There were no sites that really put out research but the ones trying to sell their brand.
So many vibration machine companies have the SAME product but rebranded. THEY ALL CLAIM THE SAME THING. I was about to call the site Vibration Machines: BUYER BEWARE.
As I got more educated after buying about 12 different machines, I now knew what questions to ask that weren't brought up before. I read all the sites and could easily pick out what was hype and copied from sites like Vibraflex or Galileo. They gave me their sales pitches and I just laughed to myself. The machine I stuck with did studies with their machine and their specs were not inflated. Their machine felt totally different than the others I bought. Many people get convinced they bought the best machine by their salesperson. Not this customer! The only way I was able to be convinced was by trying all of them.
I know that most whole body vibration machines don't give the benefits they claim, about 9 out of 10 customers that call in and complain usually bought one of these machines. So when people call me and are clueless on which machine to buy, I feel confident on my recommendations. I don't push a particular brand or vibration type. I will guide people to the model that I think fits them best. If you want to save tie and headaches
So I believe in these products and its' healthful benefits, but I just know that a lot of them aren't what they say they are. I know this because I owned 3 and reviewed many others. So when people email me, I just guide them to what they think they need. I don't push a particular style, or company, but if you want to save time and headaches, I know there are vibration machines that work and know why others don't.