Yes I know it is shocking to find out that 95% of vibration machine brands on the market lie or provide inaccurate performance specs for their machines. This is probably the biggest hurdle that a consumer will have to get through to eventually figure out what is a good value machine and has real therapeutic efficacy for them.

I both test and validate specs on my own with diagnostic equipment as well as look at manufacturer’s specs and also third party engineering firm reports.

The most common specs to fake are Amplitude, GForce, and Speed(must always be in hertz,hZ not speed settings)