Fortis Vibration Plate $49 (Was $309) + Delivery (Free with Kogan First) @ Kogan / Dick Smith

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In the box
Fortis Vibration Plate
2 x Resistance Ropes
Power Cord
Remote
User Manual
Specifications
Dimensions

Dimensions 13.5 x 68.0 x 38.5cm
General
Maximum Weight Limit 120kg
Inputs Power 200W
Power Voltage AC 220V, 50Hz

Increasingly popular in gyms, weight loss clinics and personal training facilities, you can now have your own personal vibration plate at home to help you with your weight loss goals.
Ideal for strength training and muscle tone
Uses both side and vertical plate vibration to stimulate muscles
Can help with balance, core strength, body sculpting and flexibility
A convenient and easy way to exercise
Struggling to get motivated to go to the gym? The Fortis Vibration Plate lets you work out anywhere with one inexpensive, versatile piece of equipment.
Praised by celebrity trainers and backed by controlled studies^, vibration plate technology has the potential to help you contract your muscles at a more intense rate than regular exercise.
The exercise variations are almost limitless with squats, lunges, push-ups, abdominal crunches, planks and so much more all ideally suited to this machine. And the best thing? You can do it all in the comfort of your own home!
Highlights:
Variable timer and speed settings
High quality, durable motor
Versatile and easy to store
^ European Association for the Study of Obesity. (2009, May 8). “Vibration Plate Machines May Aid Weight Loss And Trim Abdominal Fat”
The Fortis Vibration Plate should always be used in conjunction with a healthy diet and lifestyle.

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Comments

  • +5 votes

    "European Association for the Study of Obesity. (2009, May 8). “Vibration Plate Machines May Aid Weight Loss And Trim Abdominal Fat”"

    Key word here is "may."

  • +15 votes

    Looks like she’s trying to vibrate out a turd.

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    Use festive code to get 10% discount

  • +2 votes

    OP please make a note your average Ozbargainer requires one for each leg and the price is $98.

    "Maximum Weight Limit 120kg"

  • +12 votes

    Use code ‘Santa’ for free shipping on Dick smith if you don’t have Kogan first membership

  • +2 votes

    These DO have health benefits.

    Its just that fat loss is the lowest one on the list.

    Buy one if you intend to suppliment your workout with it; never assume it can BE your workout.

  • +1 vote

    200w?

    Seems way under powered.

    Can anyone that has one chime in?

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      Seems way under powered

      I have no experience with vibration plates, but with treadmills, the higher power ones usually just have less efficient gearboxes. The extra power doesn't do anything useful, it just turns into heat, and makes your wallet slimmer because of the extra electricity it uses.

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        Yeah I have no idea.

        While it does seem unusually low they actually prominently boast: 'GENUINE POWERFUL MOTOR'
        So there you go :)

    • +1 vote

      These are toys and near to useless at 200w. I have a Hypervibe G17 Pro which cost a packet but it is a real vibrating machine and the health benefits are incredible in so many ways from injury rehab to weightloss. Please do not waste your money on this.

  • +8 votes

    It's all shits and giggles until someone giggles and shits.

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    There's a dual motor version of this, search for vibration plate and you'll see it. You can get 25% off with code SUNSHINE. Use Kogan First (free trial) for free shipping if you're in a valid postcode. Frustrated I'm not in a valid postcode.

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