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  • 2021-10-08
    the product was overall good, but 2 of the biggest pieces of it were missing. one of the handles for dips/leg lifts/knee lifts wouldn't fit into the thingy that you're supposed to put it in, the hole is too small.
  • 2021-09-22
    Assembly wasn't bad. It's mostly stable, but will wobble if you have any additional movement when using it. The handles for dips are fairly short and bent at an angle - not great. It does the job, but there are better ones available for a similar price.The real issue I have is that the product arrived damaged. During setup, one of the last steps is installing the backrest. It comes packaged in a cardboard box inside of the package. Mine arrived with the fabric ripped and a detent in the foam, as it wasn't packaged well enough and one of the metal components caused it. Rather than disassemble and return the entire thing, I emailed the company. I figured, it has a warranty, so they should honor it. I provided my name and order number. Their response you can contact Amazon customer service. Overall, it isn't a bad product. But, if you're buying it under the impression that Relife will honor their own warranty, I'd look elsewhere.
  • 2021-09-02
    The product does what it is supposed to do, but it’s very flimsy. It does NOT feel like it’s going to fall apart, but it flexes pretty badly. I would return, but it was cheap and I don’t feel like taking it apart.
  • 2021-08-27
    I wish I could say that I'm completely satisfied with this item, but I must say that as a bigger guy, it makes me nervous to do pull ups on it. It seems to hold me, but a lot of flexing and creaking and I'm well under the weight limit.
  • 2021-08-09
    One of the bars came bent and I had to bend it back out before I could assemble it.
  • 2021-08-09
    Went together pretty easy and seems pretty sturdy. The pad for the back support was not drilled correctly , so I can only install it with 1 bolt.I'm also a little concerned about the push up handles breaking on me one day and my face smashing into the floor. I think I'll find something to brace them.It's a good deal if you can get it for less than $100, but don't pay full price.
  • 2021-07-17
    One side is bent and cannot place on piece in the shaft
  • 2021-07-09
    I got this mainly for pull-ups. Not a lot of room to do them. It feels unnatural. The rest of it is fine, just not great for pull-ups.
  • 2021-06-21
    I felt comfortable buying this based on the great rating but was quickly disappointed with the build quality and materials.The tube material is very thin wall steel (weak)… When assembling it and tightening the bolts I noticed that the tube was collapsing on the opposite side, so I had no good reference point for when the bolt was adequately tightened. No good!It says it supports up to 330 lbs but at 175lbs I’m not comfortable doing dips, feels like the whole thing is bowing under my weight and I don’t have confidence in the handles.The pull up bar supports are awkwardly placed (this appears to be a common design among these different manufacturers) so you’re limited on grip positions. The machine doesn’t feel very stable with pull-ups either.
  • 2021-05-02
    The workout tower was easy to assemble and is made of good quality materials. However, I did have a couple of issues.1. A flange was bent and I was unable to attach as screw. In order to get this to work, I had to use a hammer to straighten out the flange. Then I was able to fully assemble the tower.2. After assembly, I noticed a slight tear in one of the arm pads. I emailed the address that came with the product with a picture of the issue. My email bounced back as the mailbox was full. I would rate their customer service as needs improvement.But the product overall is nice.
  • 2021-04-27
    Okay for a light weight or beginner. Pull up bar bent with use on a 235LB man. Vinyl very cheap already a tear after only minimal use. Bench wobbles a little rubber washers could help. Over all an okay buy to motivate and get started.
  • 2021-03-31
    I weigh 230 pounds and this thing can support me so far.. It does shake a little when i'm doing leg raises and pull-ups but nothing concerning. My major gripe with this is the positioning of pull-up bar and back cushion. I think the pull-up bar is a little too far back where I would crash into the bars a little when doing pull ups. Also the back cushion doesn't have the best range - I feel like it should be able to move forward more. Overall decent power rack that's not worth more than $130.
  • 2021-03-24
    It's a great fitness product but unstable. The bars for the push up near the floor bent when I did a push up and I'm 150 pounds. The equipment came with all the tools but no paper instructions. The equipment has no weight to it so the stability is going to depend on your weight.
  • 2021-03-19
    Overall, the quality feels a little cheap, a little weak. The the bars/handles in general are too thin and the product is not as sturdy as most people would like. The foam grips on the pull-up bar and dips bars are too thin/flimsy - I'm sure they will not last, and pretty soon they'll be too flat to be of much use. They could have spent maybe $10 more in materials and it would be a much, much better product.The product is OK if you're not going to use it a lot, if you're not very demanding of your equipment and if you're not very big. I'm 6'-1 , 180 lbs, fit. One of my biggest complains is that the bars/handles for doing dips are too thin. This means that they dig into your hands and your hands even hurt. I have lost 20 lbs in the last year, and I can only imagine if I was doing this when I was 200 lbs - then my hands would really be hurting. Also, the handles/bars flex downward a little bit during dips and at first I was worried that they might bend down all the way and that I would fall to the ground, which made me do the dips with my feet below my body instead of having my knees bent and having my feet behind me. Now I feel like they won't bend or break, but they still feel cheap because of that little bit of flex they give.For doing wide-grip pull-ups, the bar is not wide enough (by just a little bit). If you are shorter than me, it's probably fine, but like the dips bars/handles, the diameter of the handles is a little too small. Again, by spending a few dollars more they would probably have a very affordable yet high quality product.
  • 2021-03-16
    I think it delivers at its price point but if I bought again I might pay a bit more for something a little more sturdy. Also, the pull up bar is slightly the wrong position for me (would like to do my hands a little closer).
  • 2021-02-24
    What you’d expect. Not awful but it will rock and sway a little bit. I’m 180lbs and it swings a little bit when I do pull ups or dips on it.
  • 2021-02-03
    I’m sure this would have been ALOT easier to assemble had it come with an owner’s manual. It was just me, alone, trying to put it together. I searched for a phone number to call, a manual online, a YouTube video... nothing. The only thing I could find was a sped up version of assembling it, in an attempt to show how easy it is. The only choice I had on Amazon was to return it... no “contact the seller”. Trust me, I was tempted to pack it all back up and ship it back. I ended up just going from the picture on Amazon. the.... butt. Anyway, after 4 hours, it’s assembled. It seems to be nice and sturdy, but I’m still pissed at it. I’m only giving it 3 stars.
  • 2021-01-31
    I received this recently. I give good marks for the clear directions, and that all of the parts were in good shape. They even give some spare parts for things that might wear out or break down the line. Assembly is pretty easy particularly if you have a metric socket wrench set.It is steady and reasonably steady as you do exercisesThe cons are:The width of the unit is quite thin. I am not a big person (150lbs and 5'9 ) and it feels cramped to me. As you do pull-ups or chin-ups it is hard not to bump into something on the frame.The bars for the exercises are too thin in diameter. Again, I am not a big person with big hands, but these feel thin even for me, making gripping harder and uncomfortable. This is really true of the top bar for pull-ups.The bars have a foam-like rubber on them to grip. This should have been a hard rubber as basically you squeeze it right down to the metal. I have weight lifting gloves help with this - but it simply should have been a thicker tough rubber - like you would see on the grips on an old fashioned bicycle handle bar.My suggestion would be to have switched out the top bar that is made of bent tubing, and had that be one piece that was solid cast metal, or at least use thicker pipe, such as plumbing pipe. The pipe at the top is about the gague you would like would find a folding chair.
  • 2021-01-31
  • 2021-01-26
    I was so excited to put this power tower together! I opened the box and started putting it together but quickly found out one of the adjuster knobs was broken. It could still be used so it wasn’t a huge deal to me, but once I started putting the base together I saw that it wasn’t going to work at all.In the pictures you’ll see that the base is supported by these heavy duty plastic supports. Mine were not flat at all. They’ve clearly been warped at the factory. I was hoping they were flexible, but they’re rock hard and molded this way.Sadly I am anticipating a replacement and can only hope that my next power tower is free of issues...
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