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  • 2019-07-20
    Austephen Facundo
    The product works exactly like it should. It doesnt seem to be made out of cheap material. The weight limit is pretty solid as well which is helpful for people who like to do weighted workouts. It doesnt take up much room it can be stuffed in a corner somewhere which is a plus for me. The only problem i really had for the device was putting it together, which wasnt too difficult either.
  • 2019-07-20
    kendrick harris
    I liked everything about the product once we assembled it and the product got here on time as promised.
  • 2019-07-20
    Amazon Customer
    Great bar!! Finally was able to get my pull up :) customer service is amazing too!
  • 2019-07-19
    eric tyler
    Took me a while to assemble, mainly because of my own ineptness, but it holds up well. For the price, can't beat it.
  • 2019-07-18
    Samuel M. Stewart
    I recieved this as a Father's Day gift and it has really become a well used tool in my arsenal to fight back against being bored with my workouts. I love it. Very sturdy if used correctly and on a flat surface. The feet adjust to make sure it's balanced. My first item recieved was damaged during shipping but Relife quickly remedied that problem without any hassle at all. Great company that I will do business with again for some of their of products.
  • 2019-07-17
    Jorge Gomez
    Small, not what I was expecting. But it's okay for what I paid for
  • 2019-07-16
    Amazon Customer
    Very easy to put together and use. I saw a review that said his arms were too long but my wing span is about 6’3” and I didn’t even have to use the longest setting on the adjustable handles.

    My son is about 6’1” and 215lbs and it held up very well for him. We’ve used it multiple times already and I’m happy with my purchase. Even the push-up handles are positioned well.

    To me, the best thing about it was that every bolt and nut is the same size so assembly was really easy.
  • 2019-07-16
    A. Mucci
    I can do so many different exercises on this. It was easy to put together and very sturdy. It is very easy to adjust.
  • 2019-07-14
    Theresa Smith
    It's quite sturdy and more versatile than you think.
  • 2019-07-13
    Martina
    none
  • 2019-07-12
    dohara
    product works great, i weigh 190 and after having an over door chin-up bar break the door frame and drop me on the floor, i was looking for something more stable without spending a ton of money. this was easy to put together, and feels stable during pull-ups, chin-ups, and dips. Unit doesn't take up much space in the garage and works just like i hoped.
  • 2019-07-10
    Amazon Customer
    Easy to installed.
  • 2019-07-10
    Ron Detten
    Mine went together easy, is staying together good, I used a sandbag on the back rail to stabilize, worked perfect.
  • 2019-07-10
    Natasha
    Awesome
  • 2019-07-09
    Amazon Customer
    Love it
  • 2019-07-09
    bryan cordova
    Si es espectacular
  • 2019-07-07
    Thrair
    I'm going to echo what a couple others have said. It's a great budget option, but I wouldn't trust it at the advertised maximum. Luckily, for a casual user, that's never going to be a problem. If you're a big enough fitness buff that you need to be hitting the maximum allowed weight on this thing, you should probably be investing in a higher-end set of equipment for your hobby.

    I had no problems with the frame being rickety. As with any piece of equipment like this, you have to make sure to use two wrenches to fully tighten all the nuts/bolts. If you tighten from only one side, it'll be a little loose.

    That said, I wouldn't do dips/pullups/etc on it without having a bar racked. Even if the frame itself is properly tightened, it's light enough that the whole thing will wobble a little unless you have some added weight holding it down.

    Lastly, as far as feedback on the unit itself, I agree that the rack is rather awkward and narrow when doing bench presses. Have shimmy my hands to widen the grip or take extra care that I don't pinch the side of my hands when I rack/unrack the bar. Not a huge deal, but I can definitely see the complaint.

    Now, while I'm happy with the unit itself, I've a lot of criticism for the packaging and instructions. The box it arrived in was beaten and weathered, and... well it smelled like rat piss. I work in a warehouse/production plant, and one of the companies that we get our pallets from has a rat problem. I'm familiar with the smell.

    Setting that aside, the contents had definitely been knocked around little. Most of them are metal, so not likely to break, but about half the zip ties holding it together had snapped and the contents had jostled around. I got lucky. The only piece I found outright broken was a little cover for the joint where the bench folds up when not lying flat. And it's a cosmetic piece. But it did beat up the frame just enough that inserting the base extenders was a real pain.

    And assembly was way more of a headache than it needed to be. The instructions warn that the images may differ from the final product, and they're not kidding. Most of the differences are minor, but the big thing to watch out for is the vertical parts of the main frame ( Part G in the instructions). The original ones seem to have been interchangeable, but the ones shipped are definitely *not*. The joint connecting them to the bar with back pad ( Part A ) was changed and if the two are the wrong sides, it won't fit together.

    And it is a bit of a nitpick, but as someone who just moved, I have yet to get a full set of tools. The pair of wrenches provided are *barely* up the the task. They're about as thick as most washers, and by the time I finished tightening everything, they were bent enough to start slipping off the bolts/nuts. Speaking of washers, the ones provided are very thin. Rather than have one on the side with the bolt and one on the side with the nut, I doubled them up on the bolt, as I feared they might otherwise bend while tightening. Looking closely, I'm pretty sure I was right. I made sure to tighten them well, true... but they did bend a little, even doubled up.

    But yeah.... in summary... the product's still great, at least for the price. Can do a lot of exercises with it and it doesn't take up much space.
  • 2019-07-06
    tampaJ
    Great value, knocked out 10 dead hang pull ups with a resistance band assist and it feels stable with my 230lbs on it.
  • 2019-07-05
    Monca27
    Easy to assemble. Solid build
  • 2019-07-04
    Eric Fontaine
    Great for major body weight exercise, literally all you need if you're putting work in. Just feel it out first and be careful not to flip it over. Great price.
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