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Oakworks ProLuxe Convertible

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Licensed Massage Therapist

February 25, 2014
 
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Oakworks ProLuxe Convertible

I love this product. I consider it a career saver! I have a Custom Craftworks Aria. Even thou my table is hour glass shaped the proluxe is made to hold the table in place at the head and the foot. The only warning that I will give (and the reason I gave it 4 stars) you have to be careful when you detach the cables of your table on one side so it can lie flat. Leave the shorter 2 pieces of cable attached since it will be pulled up against the underside of your table and pierce the bottom of your table. It happened to me. It was a superficial slit but I did not want it to continue. You also want to make sure your 2 long pieces of cables that you detach from the one side of the table are pulled to the opposite side of table. I wired them to the table legs. This way they will be free of the wooden piece that goes across the middle of the proluxe. You don’t want your cables dented, it happened to me and I did not want them to get severed. Once this is done and you put your table on to the proluxe and the string with the wooden knobs are put on, it will keep your table nice and tight. One warning on this step, Don’t let the string hang loose, wrap it around the bar where the cleat is attached and it will keep it from getting caught and popping off the wooden knob. It happened to me. All this said, I would buy it again in a heartbeat. It does want you want it to. It moves your table into the right height whenever you need to. It makes pregnancy massage a breeze!

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Not Worth It

January 31, 2013
 
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Oakworks ProLuxe Convertible

I recently purchased an Oakworks Proluxe Convertable lift. I'm packing it up and sending it back today. I have a Golden Ratio table. The representative at Massage Warehouse told me that as long as my table met certain dimensions it should work. This is how it works: essentially, you remove your shiatsu cables (for me that meant taking the legs off entirely) and do whatever it is you have to do to make your table lay flat. The table top is centered on the frame and then there are two vice type things at each end that you squeeze together and tighten down with knobs under the lift. There's a cord that goes across the center of the table at the hinge and attaches at each side underneath the lift. (These attachment points do not work well at all.) Here's the main problem: the table feels sturdy enough when you lay on it or sit in the center, but any little bit of pressure on the ends will cause the table to vee up in the center. Also, I noticed that having the cord tightened down into the hinge would cause the table to vee up in the center as well. I called Oakworks about this and the representative told me that the cord was more of a "seatbelt" and was not meant to be fully tightened down. Also, any pressure on the ends of the table would cause the table to vee up in the center. This was true with Oakworks tables too. She said that even though they show a guy sitting on the corner of the table in the video, they would not recommend doing this. So basically the table top is stabilized on top of the lift, but not fully secured. If a client (or yourself) would need to use the end of the table to steady, the table would buckle and possibly cause them (or you) to fall. I'm not impressed at all with this product. If you want a lift table, I highly recommend just spending the extra money on a lift table made to your specifications and using your current portable table as a traveling table than trying to mess around with something like this.

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You Can Work Forever!

October 06, 2011
 
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Oakworks ProLuxe Convertible

This is one of the best purchases I've ever made for my private practice. It makes perfect positioning possible for any massage client, large or small. I've been a massage therapist for 21 years and am passionate about my work. So to be able to not have to worry about injury anymore is a dream come true! So much so, I'm going to buy another for my other location.

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Q: is this table eligible for the American Disabilities Act Wright Off?
Created on Thursday, February 27, 2014 by denise
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Q: I am looking to purchase this table and would like some feed back,i have a Golden Ratio table,will it work on this kind or does it have to be an Oak Works table.And I know it says you can use your same face rest,but what about the arm rest as that is attached to the legs?
Created on Tuesday, December 31, 2013 by Mam ma
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