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Ollieroo Flat Utility Weight Bench for Strength Training and Abs Exercises with Handle & Wheels
Amazon Price: N/A $66.04 (as of January 19, 2019 4:46 pm –
Vary your workout with 4 different flat, incline, and decline positions Sturdy foot placement for safety and durability Increase your agility, build strength, and improve your endurance Features dumbbell holders for easy access and storage Bench weighs only 26 lbs. A fine piece of equipment for a home gym with limited space CAP Barbell is a leading distributor and provider of fitness equipment. Launched in 1982 with a small inventory of free weights and benches, CAP Barbell has grown over the past 20+ years to include more than 600 products in 10 categories. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, CAP Barbell is dedicated to providing quality fitness equipment at competitive prices, by constructively designing, accurately testing, and manufacturing its products to perfection. Multi-position bench. Durable heavy-gauge steel frame. Dense foam padding. Accommodates user and weights up to 300 lbs.. Some assembly required. 49.61L x 24.8W x 41H inches. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
- Product Dimensions: 50 x 25 x 41 inches ; 30 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 33.3 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B01N0HD4EO
- Item model number: FM-CS504B
Great Value Bench
1. ASSEMBLY GUIDELINES: Assembling this is NOT like assembling a piece of Ikea furniture. This kit does not include the tools you need to complete the job and if you’ve never turned a wrench before, you’re gonna have a bad time. I’m moderately handy and was able to put it together in just under 40 minutes. The tools needed to assemble this easily are: 13mm, 14mm, 17mm x2, 19mm(or 3/4″)x2 wrenches or sockets, and a knife. Two adjustable wrenches would work, but won’t be nearly as easy. If you have no tools and can’t borrow any from a friend or neighbor, go ahead and budget in an extra $10-$15 to get the basics you need to put this together. There was one review about the nuts being the type that can’t tighten all the way. They are like that by design; they have a little plastic thing that keeps them from spinning freely, so you have to use a wrench to tighten them. This keeps them from loosening on their own and keeps the bench together/stable over time (they are higher quality nuts). The knife is for opening the packages and trimming away any wood in the way of the screw holes on the back of the bench. One last tip about assembling this thing: for each section, start all the bolts and nuts BEFORE you crank them down tight. If something doesn’t fit, it’s because it isn’t lined up correctly and you need the thing to be wobbly so that you can wiggle everything into place and get all the bolts started before you crank everything down. This was most important for getting the back support all put together. This technique is really one of the basic keys to putting stuff together without troubles and should be done with everything.
A Great Workout Bench
This is a surprisingly sturdy, lightweight bench to use for dumbbell exercises. Not only is it affordable, but it is easier to put together than the average treadmill. The manual’s instructions for putting the bench together are clear and easy to follow, and it offers good advice on how to get started coming up with an exercise routine. The bench’s backrest is adjustable (a hard-to-find but important feature), so you can do the full range of dumbbell exercises.
… this bench in 2011 or so and used it pretty extensively (3-4 times a week from 2011-15) for dumbbell …
I bought this bench in 2011 or so and used it pretty extensively (3-4 times a week from 2011-15) for dumbbell training, dips, pull overs, and sit ups. It’s held up well. I’m 5’9, 180lbs and I trained with 40 to 60 lb dumbbells so I was operating near and over the maximum capacity for this bench. It creaked but held up for years. I recently upgraded to combo of a PFID125X Decline/Incline Bench and a Valor DA-7 Flat Bench for my power rack and barbell training but still use this for sit ups and dips and the occasional fly or pull over. It’s remarkably stable on side to side motions, such as pull overs and dips. The cushion doesn’t have much give to it, and I prefer that because it helps keep the weights stable and minimizes swaying. But it’s still comfortable. It has a little cut in the seat from when I sat down on it with a pocket full of keys, but other than that the upholstery has held up very well. Good value overall and I intend to use it until it wears completely out. If you’re using it on a hardwood floor, I recommend placing a carpet over it or wrapping layers of hockey tape over the contact points. The front feet in particular will damage your floors otherwise because the connecting points between the rubber/plastic and metal are rough. Tighten the bolts after a month of regular use — I didn’t have to do it after that, but your miles may vary. Got my money’s worth on this one.