The Noblerex K1 is a low frequency pivotal machine of higher quality than most in this category, however, still limited to low frequency benefits. The confirmed frequency of the Noblerex K1 is a maximum of 12.5Hz, and the amplitude is high at 20mm, resulting in a maximum of 8g’s. Noblerex as a company, rank low on integrity due to much false information in their advertising and due to failing the Company badge, also fail on the Warranty badge. The support provided is below average. Overall, although the Noblerex K1 is higher quality for a low frequency pivotal machine, and has a little more G force, the low frequency still means limited benefits and the Noblerex K1 is priced very high for such a machine.
Updated note: This company is no longer offering the Noblerex K1. From their website DO NOT ORDER NOBLEREX IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE _ SORRY!!
The Noblerex K1 scored a total of 32 points, which is a fail on the Performance badge. The Noblerex K1 is a low frequency range pivotal machine ranging from 8Hz to 13Hz, which should be noted as a very small range of frequency. It has a maximum amplitude of 20mm at the edge of the platform. Their is no frequency display on the Noblerex K1, just speed levels which is not useful.
The Noblerex brand has not been studied and since the Noblerex failed the Performance badge, Noblerex fails the Science badge completely.
Noblerex fails the Company badge with a score of 26. Noblerex falsely advertise their frequency specifications, provide incorrect information about their company (e.g. claim only to have FDA registration), the product (e.g. claim “commercially rated”) and the technology (e.g. claim Russian’s used in space). Noblerex have been selling WBV since 2008. The Noblerex is not a private labelled machine, but has no real innovation merit and there is no sign of any charitable program by Noblerex.
The Noblerex fails the Warranty Badge due to also failing the Company badge, with a score of 26. As explained in our methodology, a warranty is only as good as the company behind it, and Noblerex leave a lot to be desired. The Noblerex has a standard 2 year warranty with 6 years on parts, but offers an extended standard warranty of 1 year. There is a 15 day returns policy with shipping and restocking penalties. Spare parts are warehoused locally but no on-site servicing is available.
The Noblerex comes with below average support and failed on the Support badge with a score of 25. With the Noblerex K1, you receive a DVD, a poster and a user guide. You also do receive one on one personal support calls if needed. No online resources, no courses or workshops are provided. A business phone number is provided for communication.