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The main criticism of the Invisible Tummy Trimmer is that, unlike some more expensive midriff slimmers, it has nothing to hold it in place. Quite a few testers report that it rides up, not only making it uncomfortable, but also showing rolls of fat at both the top and bottom. Most reviewers say the overall effect is also quite disappointing.
We found the most recent and thorough review of the Invisible Tummy Trimmer at news station WXIA (Atlanta), which includes a video interview with the woman who tests it. Becky Worley tries out the Invisible Tummy Trimmer in a segment for "Good Morning America," and provides a humorous, detailed critique. A review at KCBD (Lubbock, Tex.) is also based on tests, but no longer includes the accompanying video. We found fewer than a dozen owner-written reviews and ratings at Amazon.com.