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Trade in, trade up with Power Plate

Supplier: Power Plate

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Until December 2019 gym owners and operators will be able to trade in their old Power Plates for a newer model
To celebrate their 20th Anniversary Power Plate is pleased to launch its new trade in, trade up programme, enabling clubs to change their current product and upgrade to new, for a limited period.

If a facility has one or more Power Plate machines, registered before 2014, and in good working order, they could be eligible to save up to £1700 on their new Power Plate model.*
Power Plate plans to donate some of the existing products swapped out for new to its chosen charities.

Power Plate is a vibrating platform that helps you PREPARE FASTER, PERFORM BETTER and RECOVER QUICKER. It makes you feel better by stimulating natural reflexes, increasing muscle activation, and improving circulation. Power Plate enhances any movement, simple or complex, typically performed on the ground.

Power Plate can be integrated with other equipment or utilised as a stand-alone solution allowing PT’s and operators to refresh their offering, drive differentiation, increase engagement and create a strong exerciser experience.

As fitness continues to evolve, Power Plate works seamlessly with today’s clients and members to deliver accelerated health, fitness and wellness results. With incredible versatility in one product, Power Plate caters to a wide variety of demographics, populations, exercises, training styles and activities to create faster results in less time.

“The beauty of this programme is that no matter how old the product, it will all be eligible for trade in, giving health clubs the opportunity to offer something new to their members at an exceptional price point” said Davide Ferreira, commercial key accounts sales manager at Power Plate.

The programme will run until December 2019, with a five year price promise on subsequent Power Plate trade ins for 2025.

Find out more about the Trade in, Trade Up program by clicking the link below or contact: [email protected] or +44 20 7317 5000

Terms and Conditions Apply

*depends on the model chosen and condition of current unit(s).

All trade in equipment will be subject to inspection, and even low valued machines could still receive credit towards new Power Plate equipment.

The trade in, trade up programme will run until December 2019, with a five year price promise on subsequent Power Plate trade ins for 2025

Supplier: Power Plate
London UK
Vibration equipment for strength training and weight loss.

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