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Trademark Innovations Fitness Training Dip Station

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Amazon Price: $78.99 $78.99 (as of January 19, 2019 2:18 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The DIPSTAND is lightweight and portable. It has rubber stops on the bottom so it will be level on any surface. Comfortable foam padding for gripping allows for non-slipping of hands. Easy to assemble. Helps build strength and stamina. By Trademark Innovations.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33.5 x 23.5 x 2.5 inches ; 17.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Item model number: DIPSTAND

Customer Reviews

As good as any other, also comes with bands and handles to do push-ups with, and for less than 1/4th the cost it is a deal

39 people found this helpful
 on March 24, 2015
By Phillip S.
This Dip Station is as good as any other, with the exception that it doesn’t have the little handles to do pushups with or something to lock your feet under for situps. However, it does come with bands and handles that you don’t see on the Amazon site, so you can do pushups that way, and for under 20 dollars as opposed to 90 dollars or whatever the next one is it’s well worth the cost. It doesn’t break down mega fast, but it only involves removing 8 nuts and bolts to break it down and tuck it away. The bands are also removable and you can reconnect them to anything, like a pull-up bar for example.

I really like it, but it’s not "one size fits all"

5 people found this helpful
 on March 31, 2017
By TexaSaint
I purchased this item about 6 weeks ago. Here’re my impressions/thoughts: Pros: – Effective (but not Perfect) for dips: You might say, “Well I hope they’re effective for dips!”, but let me clarify. Ideally, dips should be done with straight legs. However, given the height of the dip station, you’ll have to bend your knees (likely at a full 90 degree angle). All home dip stations akin to this one that I’m aware of have this limitation, but just wanted to be clear about this. – Pretty stable: Some folks have noted a wobbliness. I personally haven’t noted any such issues. That could perhaps be due to the fact that I only do dips via a ‘3 sec down / 3 sec up’ cadence (at the fastest). So if you bang them out faster than that then perhaps the dip station will wobble. I think you need to be relatively careful on dips b/c it’s easy to injure yourself if you aren’t, but to each their own. Also, I’m 5’10, 150 lbs (pretty lean, fortunately), so that could also be an issue (meaning if you’re a lot taller or heavier, your results may differ).

If you are on the short side like me 🙂

3 people found this helpful
 on August 12, 2018
By Lise M.
I am very pleased with this product. I am 5.2 and weigh 135 lbs. I got this bar for calisthenics training WEIGHT: dip bar is not too heavy BUILT: Robust, the material seems like industrial grade. The stabilizers at the bottom are a plus, but the station was already very stable without them. HEIGHT: I was surprised about how tall the station was ( I guess I am very short 🙈), I posted pictures so the short girls would have a visual and the taller world can guesstimate! PROS: affordable dip bar, comes with a pair of handles that I haven’t tried yet. After opening the box, I was mortified that there wasn’t an owner manual inside but then I realized that it is self explanatory. If you have ever assembled any piece of furniture, this will be a breeze. It took me 20 min to assemble with my 12 year old son. All the holes aligned perfectly and the tools provided are all you need. (TIP: put the screws and bolts as you go, meaning once you find the perfect alignment on one side, lock it! It makes the rest magical) CONS: I only have one so far but I guess it is to be expected. It takes space. I have a small room that I call “gym” and this bar takes space so still a 5 ⭐️ in my book. I highly recommend this product.

Great for home use

21 people found this helpful
 on November 25, 2015
By mjack005
Great for home use. It took approximately 20 minutes to assemble. Everything you need to put it together came in the package. I did have to use a real wrench to make sure the bolts are securely tightened. Great for all kind of calisthenic exercises. You can easily remove the straps. I can place my workout bar on the rubber grip and do horizontal rows. It’s perfect for me. I’m 60″ tall. My husband is 71″ and can use this as well.

Skip the gym!

One person found this helpful
 on January 31, 2017
By C.B.
This is a great addition to my at-home workout equipment. It’s very sturdy, although there is a small bit of wobble when doing dips. It’s nothing to be concerned about, though. Its easy to assemble. I assembled mine in 10 minutes. It doesn’t come with instructions, but if you look at the picture of it, you should be able to figure out how it goes together pretty easily. It doesn’t state the weight limit anywhere and that can be a problem for larger people. I weigh 205 and have no problem knocking out dips and inverted rows on this thing. The handles are great for push-ups because you have to balance yourself and it makes them harder to do. Overall, this is a great purchase and you can get a great deal of use out of it.

Worth the money I would buy this again

5 people found this helpful
 on August 1, 2015
By Rocklaw P.
The equipment itself is good or just as I expected. I wouldn’t spend anymore money on a more expensive one this one works just fine. It was delivered in a very beat up box that was re-taped from being beat up which is why it may be missing the four bolts to put it together. That was no big deal because it really doesn’t need the bolts to be held together. I would recommend this to anyone looking to buy one of these unless you can find something cheaper.

Better than I thought

3 people found this helpful
 on December 19, 2015
By Jon Barry
I was a bit hesitant before buying this 70$ product, however after receiving the product I am glad I bought it. The quality is much better than I initially thought it would be. I never owned a dip station before, however I don’t see the need to go any more expensive. This should last for years and years. It is very sturdy, I’ve purposely tried tipping this over while using it and it doesn’t. so It will not tip over easily. Best of all, It’s perfect for my size. I am 5’7″. If you are thinking about buying another brand that costs more, I recommend not too, this should fit your needs.

Beats $100+/month "Gymbership"!!!

One person found this helpful
 on February 3, 2016
By Squibdilly
I used to be a huge gym rat. I got into a sports accident and couldn’t do any such thing for a year and a half due to a two stage surgery. Then I broke my back three years ago. After being out of the gym for close to four years I realized I had lost my gains that took at least twice as much time to accrue. Now my primary focus is on academics and forwarding personal knowledge. Additionally I’m old enough now that I can’t expect my mother to pay for my gym memberships. High membership costs and horrible traffic make this the ideal equipment to own. This is an excellent multipurpose home work out station. It’s no hassle to setup and break down, regularly. As I live in a small apartment, space matters and this device is easily stowed away for future use. If you have similar circumstances I would highly recommend this.

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