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  • 2021-09-12
    I'll keep it and think it will be great, but bottom line is if I had higher ceilings in the basement and more space I'd probably try something a little roomier like the Weider power tower. As it is I set this to where its height is 81 inches and that seems great.The good part is assembly is great, parts are high quality with thick padding and comfort. The main negative I find is pullups feel like a tight fit since you have the pads for forearms on either side of you and your knees brush against the leg raise bar when you do a pull up. I just removed that silly leg raise bar which helped.Also silly are the suction cups on the bottom. It's on carpet and not too wobbly in my opinion but I would feel more confident in the equipment with just solid rubber feet. And the bolts just don't feel totally professional, like there are a lot of knobs in places that are permanent, where I would expect a nut and bolt connection.So it doesn't exactly call for me to work out on all the time, but I'm impressed for the price and I appreciate the adjustable height. I always thought power towers were a gym-only piece of equipment so I'm really glad to have one at home.
  • 2021-09-08
    The main reason I got this was for pull-ups and it isn’t very comfortable. The hand pads are pretty thin and it just has too much in the way. Wish you could remove or swing the dip arms out of the way. It works for an inexpensive home tool and is pretty sturdy for me. 6’ @ 180lbs.
  • 2021-09-08
    Assembling it isn’t so hard. It’s pretty stable. I would recommend it.
  • 2021-08-08
    Yes, it feels flimsy compared to real gym equipment. But for the price ($123), I would say unquestionably you will get your money's worth on this item. I'm 140 lbs and I can definitely feel the flexing while using the dip handles. If you weigh over 185 and or very dedicated in your workout routine, I would probably consider a little more beefy built workout tower......but be prepared to spend 3 to 5 times more for it. There's that old saying you get what you paid for and I'm very satisfied with this for a little over $100 don't expect it to perform like a $1500 gym tower
  • 2021-08-07
    I bought this at 50% off. I am 5'10 and 215lbs. This thing holds me and I have no problems doing dips, leg lifts, push ups, and pull ups on it. I will say that it is a little shaky though under my weight. My wife also mentioned that the arms flex a little while I am doing dips. I don't think it will be a problem but if you weigh too much more than I do, you may want to look for a little sturdier tower. Overall, I am pleased with it for the price that I paid.
  • 2021-08-02
    Pretty happy. It’s not 100% stable but then I mean that for people who want to jump on to a pull up bar. It is what it is. lol m happy about it. Had it for like two weeks use it every day.
  • 2021-07-30
    I probably shouldve done more measuring, but besides limited travel, doing dips is kind of unstable
  • 2021-06-23
    Well built, good quality materials. Works great and easy to assemble.
  • 2021-06-09
    I didn’t think through the dimensions of this before I bought it; I mean I did think through how much space it would take up, but not how much space there was between the sides to maneuver a body. I’m not sure many people would order this as a fitness tool for early on in their journey, but I used to be in great shape and I’m just trying to get back there so I’m sort of an advanced beginner.Depending on your current shape and size, fitting between the two sides to do knee ups might be a serious challenge. Anything that requires situating yourself squarely in the middle might be a challenge. The inside dimension - that is the space between the two arm pads - is 18 inches. This doesn’t pose a huge issue for me, but it would even a person with a just a very broad muscular body. Just worth considering if you hadn’t.
  • 2021-05-23
    Great product for those on a budget! The stability bar in the lower half of the tower is pretty much worthless as it is in the way and falls out at the slightest kick. I removed it after the 5th time. Has a little bouncy/wobbliness when doing pull-ups with or without the bar in place…but what do you expect for $200? Overall, pretty sturdy and really useful.
  • 2021-05-19
    m ****le
    pull up bar would B more comfortable if was on back side of bar ,& hand grips on both dip & pull up bar grips were about 1 instead of 1/2 tubing. thks 1 is a better feel for hands 2 hold on 2. thks again
  • 2021-04-29
  • 2021-04-25
    Thin metal
  • 2021-04-23
    We’re not too heavy weighted so it works fine for us. Easy to assemble minus the gripper handles. Those are hard to put in, but eventually we got it in.
  • 2021-04-21
    Great addition to my personal gym.The product is sturdy and well made.That being said, at my weight of 200+ pounds, I would recommend weighing it down with sandbags.
  • 2021-04-20
    Actually bought this for my 10 year old. I have it in his room. He loves it and mainly uses it for pull ups. He is growing into the arm rests. It is a sturdy product but there is a middle bar that is constantly falling off it my son hits it so I just removed it.
  • 2021-04-19
    It wobbles a little but nothing major. Very easy to assemble, I managed to assemble it solo.
  • 2021-04-13
    Easy to assemble and all tools you need included. Sturdy and stable and gets the job done. Not gym quality but solid enough for a good bodyweight workout.
  • 2021-04-04
    This is a nice workout station for at-home gym use. I mainly use it for pull-up and chin-up exercises. I like its adjustable handle length and pull bar height. However, it has some design flaws: 1. The pull bar fastener often scratches my wrist when I do pull-ups. 2. This workout station is lightweight, so it is unstable for heavy use. Overall, it is still good for light to regular home use, and I am satisfied with this purchase.
  • 2021-03-28
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