Most women interested in purchasing an abdominal belt are interested in getting a flatter stomach. Six pack abdominal definition is secondary on the list. So which electric ab belt is best for women to use? First let’s take a look at what features to consider and compare.
Fit and profile of the device and how it fits around your mid section is usually important for women. A sleeker belt can more easily be worn during other activities such as walking or even around the office.
Simple operation without too many bells and whistles is also usually attractive to women. They want the belt to do the job, but don’t need any fancy features.
While intensity levels and programs are important they aren’t as important to women as they usually are to men. Higher intensity levels means you can work your abs harder, something men are often concerned with when trying to get six pack abdominals. For a flatter stomach usually fewer intensity levels will do. Also programs aren’t as important for the same reasons as noted above for intensity levels.
There are two abdominal belts worth considering based on the above criterion. The Contour Abs belt and the Flex Belt.
While the Contour belt offers fewer intensity levels and programs it’s a bit clunkier then the Flex Belt so it wouldn’t as easily hide under a shirt or sweater. One other downfall to the Contour belt is the remote takes AAA batteries which need replacing.
The Flex Belt, while it does offer 150 intensity levels and 10 programs, is a lot sleeker in design. You can more easily hide the fact that you’re wearing it under a shirt or sweater and the remote tucks neatly into a side pouch on the belt.
While not as important The Flex Belt remote also acts as the rechargeable battery for the device. So no need to buy AAA batteries ever again for your ab toning device.
Which is Best?
Despite the fact that The Flex Belt has higher intensity levels and more programs we like the small form factor and rechargeable battery so our first vote goes to this device. However the Contour Abs belt is a close second and costs about $20 bucks less.