Best Vibration Plates – 2018

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Best Vibration Plates – 2018

The idea of vibration training is great, just stand on it for a while and it will do the hard work for you! It does sound almost too good to be true, but the idea of a vibration plate is by trying to keep your balance, you’re constantly working your muscles to stay upright. This means you are strengthening your muscles, helping to reduce body fat and improving posture by stabilising your core muscles.

The beauty of a vibration plate is it can be used in loads of ways, and whether you are a newbie to exercise or a pro in the gym, you can make it work for you. They are great for toning those wobbly bits, using alongside exercises/equipment to get that heart rate up, or even just for your wellbeing if you’ve suffered an injury or need to de-stress!

There are lots of different vibration plates on the market, and if you are using them regularly in the gym, or paying for sessions at a salon, it can often be more economical to get one to use in the comfort of your own home!

Here we look at some different types of vibration plates, so you can choose the right one for you…

 

Reviber plus vibration plate best priceReviber Plus Vibration Plate Exercise Machine with Stand Review:

This vibration plate has the most similarities to one you would see in the gym. It has a stand, control panel and resistance bands, so you can literally use it in any way!

The Reviber Plus Vibration Plate with Stand does have the most expensive price tag out of all the ones we reviewed, but this durable piece of home equipment is definitely worth the money.

Reviber Plus Cheapest Price
Product Price Check Original Price Discounted Price
Reeviber Plus WAS £231 CHECK PRICE
Read more customer reviews here – Review stars 4.5 out of 5(14)

The Pros and Cons of the Reviber Super Slim Vibration Plate

Pros
99 intensity levels for all types of workouts
3 pre-set auto programmes so you don’t have to worry about changing speeds during workout
13cm height with carry handle, making it easy to take with you
Cardio resistance bands included for those upper body workouts
Remote control
Exercise booklet

Cons
Only a 2 year manufacturer guarantee, unlike the 5 years with most Reviber plates
Lighter maximum user weight than most (23st)

Final thoughts on the Reviber Super Slim Vibration plate

This plate gives you everything you would need to work on those certain body parts, but the key advantage over others is it is made to be used on the move. All the features allow you to fit this style of plate into a busy lifestyle, but still has everything you would need to achieve your goals. It is also around £70 less than the Reviber Fusion, so if you are on a budget, could also be a good reason to chose this over other plates on the market.


Reviber fusion vibration plate reviewReviber Fusion Vibration Plate Exerciser Review:

The Reviber Fusion is a portable and compact vibration plate. It is an improved version of the Reviber Plus Vibration Plate Exerciser.

It comes with a workout DVD and 3 auto programmes, so you can make sure you get everything you need out of this piece of equipment. This vibration machine is definitely one of the more superior portable plates on the market, and at usually less that £200, is well worth the money!

Reviber Fusion Cheapest Price
Product Price Check Original Price Discounted Price
Reeviber Fusion WAS £199 CHECK PRICE
READ MORE CUSTOMER REVIEWS HERE – Review stars 4.5 out of 5(2)

The Pros and Cons of the Reviber Fusion Vibration Plate Exerciser:

Pros
Workout DVD with online video access
5 year guarantee
Quiet motor
Machine case doesn’t move, so no vibrations transmitted through the floor
Heavy maximum user weight (31st)
14mm platform amplitude to improve intensity of workout
Cardio resistance band lengths can be adjusted
Abdominal workout bands included

Cons
Some people complain can be heavy to move around frequently.

Final thoughts on the Reviber Fusion Vibration plate

This new plate is one of the best on the market at the moment. It takes the old Reviber Plus plate concept with remote control and bands and makes it so much better with online workouts and auto-programmes. Whether you are looking to tone, strengthen or lose weight, the Reviber Fusion Vibration Plate has all the educational material and equipment to help you achieve your workout goals. People really love this plate, and we can see why!


Reviber vibration plate reviewReviber Super Slim Vibration Plate Review:

This plate is new to the market and made for people on the move! The Reviber Super Slim is only 13cm in height, and 16kgs in weight, and with a carry handle, makes it easy to take wherever you need to go!

Whether you are a beginner or advanced with vibration plates, this has 99 intensity levels so will suit all levels to make sure you are working hard and reaching your goals.

Reviber Plus Cheapest Price
Product Price Check Original Price Discounted Price
Reeviber Plus WAS £231 CHECK PRICE
READ MORE CUSTOMER REVIEWS HERE – Review stars 4.5 out of 5(14)

The Pros and Cons of the Reviber Super Slim Vibration Plate:

Pros
99 intensity levels for all types of workouts
3 pre-set auto programmes so you don’t have to worry about changing speeds during workout
13cm height with carry handle, making it easy to take with you
Cardio resistance bands included for those upper body workouts
Remote control
Exercise booklet

Cons
Only a 2 year manufacturer guarantee, unlike the 5 years with most Reviber plates
Lighter maximum user weight than most (23st)

Final thoughts on the Reviber Super Slim Vibration plate

This plate gives you everything you would need to work on those certain body parts, but the key advantage over others is it is made to be used on the move. All the features allow you to fit this style of plate into a busy lifestyle, but still has everything you would need to achieve your goals. It is also around £70 less than the Reviber Fusion, so if you are on a budget, could also be a good reason to chose this over other plates on the market.

About The Author
Danny Foxton
Danny Foxton is a personal trainer and gym tech enthusiast. He has written more than 50 reviews over the years for various gym equipment after he was in the privileged position of being tester for a large UK high street retailer.
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