Are you looking for the best rebounders or the best deals?
Certainly no one wants to waste their money. But that's exactly what you'll do if you cut corners and buy a cheap rebounder.
You just can't get around the fact that a well-constructed unit is incredibly important for your health and safety.
So who makes the best?
Before I compare the two units, let's first see what they have in common.
I only recently became aware of the Bellicon brand (late 2013). I had no idea there was another type of rebounder that did not rely on springs.
The company contacted me to see if I'd be willing to put it to the test, since I have always loved my Needak. I agreed. The whole review can be found on my Bellicon Rebounder page, but here is the summary:
I have owned a Needak for about ten years. During this time I absolutely loved it. Before purchasing it I did a LOT of research.
This including bouncing on other brands - and the difference in quality was quite noticeable. Bouncing on the other brands felt about the same as jumping up and down on the floor. In other words, NOT very fun. If you choose springs over bungees, Needak is definitely the best rebounder out there.
After a two-month trial comparing the Bellicon with the Needak, I have to say I definitely prefer the Bellicon (which came as quite a surprise to me). I believe Bellicon is the best rebounder on the market.
But no matter which brand you choose, make sure you go for quality when purchasing. The cheaper models will save you money upfront, but won't last anywhere near as long and are not near as good for you.
Bellicons are available to purchase online:
U.S. - www.bellicon-usa.com
Europe - www.bellicon.com
Needak rebounders can be purchased from retailers, online, or directly from the manufacturer - www.needak.com
I've found that Amazon.com almost always has the lowest prices if looking to purchase a Needak online (see below).
Whichever one you choose, I wish you happy bouncing and good immune system health!
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