View Full Version : Brand for Rebounder Urban ReboundAIR Needak?
03-08-2006, 08:55 PM
I am considering buying a rebounder and after few hours of search in Internet I still don¬ít know which one has the best quality.
ReboundAIR and Needak are almost at the same price and the most expensive. The Urban seem to be really cheaper with a lot of DVDs I check also on ebay. My weight is 130lb.
Does someone have tried more than one brand in order to compare?
03-08-2006, 11:53 PM
I have only tried Needak Rebounder so I cannot compare but I must say I really love it despite it being my first and only rebounder.
With your weight you have no problem with Needak, weight limit is quite high though I cannot recall how much to be exact.
It is truly important to get a good and reliable rebounder after all the reason why one chose to rebound, apart from its many health benefits, is to put less strain the the joints, internal organs etc.
I love my rebounder very much and I greet it every morning should I not be travelling. I know I can bring it along with me but I love to travel light, plus on my last trip my hotel room was really small.
Get ready to 'Jump for Joy!!' :)
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The Urban Rebounder is gym quality, it's what we use at our fitness center, we have had the same rebounders for 4 yrs or so they are used almost everyday, often 2x a day by group class members and have held up beautifully. If your getting it for home, do get the videos to help you get started and keep going.
Good luck !
03-10-2006, 03:40 PM
I like the Urban rebounder. It's sturdy, cheaper and the videos are fun!
03-10-2006, 09:31 PM
I just got an Urban Rebounder yesterday. So far I really like it, much, much better than the $15 Wal-Mart rebounder I have. The UR is so much more springy and easier to fold than the cheapie. Easier on my calves, too. I haven't watched the videos yet--I can't keep the kids and the dog off of it long enough. Be careful where you buy it from, though. Make sure you get it from a reputable place with a good return policy in case you don't like it. Check the Home Shopping Network. They had the lowest shipping charges, fast shipping (I got mine in 3 days) and a decent return policy.
I'm springing into spring. :rolleyes:
03-11-2006, 08:35 PM
I also just got the Urban Rebounder last week and love it. I bought it from HSN for $115 plus $15 shipping. Got it 3 days later. It's really fun to use!
03-12-2006, 06:13 PM
Thanks every body for your replies; you like the one you get but anybody tried more than one brand. For the price, and also because the other brands don't justify a better quality, I will considere to go for a Urban Rebounder.
04-05-2010, 09:14 PM
I had an urban rebounder for about 4 years, One of the legs broke off about a year ago. My husband welded it back on and I was able to continue using it until about a month ago. The leg snapped off, but this time we were unable to repair it. I am now looking into buying one and am leaning towards the reboundair because of it's warranty. Does anyone have any experience dealing with this company.
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