The Vibro-Belt Was Not As Good As Seen On TV
- Updated: December 12, 2010
In an attempt to get in better shape for the 2011 baseball season, the kind people at Wayfair sent me the Vibro-Belt.
I have to admit that I was skeptical going into this review and upon trying it out, I wasn’t disappointed. Now if you just wanted something that would give you a good message, then the Vibro-Belt will definitely do the trick. Although it was very easy to use, it had to be due to the poor grammar of the instruction manual. In fact I don’t think I have ever seen on written so poorly. But then again, people shouldn’t buy a product like this for the manual.
As far as the item itself, aside from being rather bulky, it isn’t uncomfortable to wear or during operation. It also comes with a tape measure to gauge your progress and a convenient carrying case. Since I mentioned the case, I need to let you know that on the third time I opened the case, the outer loop of one of the zippers broke into pieces. It wasn’t jagged or anything and was still usable, but disappointing none-the-less.
In conclusion, I think this is a glorified and expensive massager that I would not recommend anyone to buy unless they got it as a more reasonable price.
I guess I will have to go in a different direction to get into better shape for next season and maybe the good people over at CSN Stores (now Wayfair) would still be kind enough to help out…they have a lot of other fine looking products to get rid of the poor abs of mine. One item I have my eye on I also saw at Brookstone in the mall, the Ab Rocket.