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Apex Cage System

by Apex

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  • Free-weight cage system for variety of strengthening exercises, including bench presses, bicep curls, and leg extensions
  • Two weight plate storage posts with Olympic sleeves
  • Dual action leg developer with six oversized roller pads, row/curl handle
  • 2000-pound tensile strength aircraft cable
  • Measures 104 by 64 by 83 inches when assembled


Product Description

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Enjoy your favorite gym machine-assisted free-weight strengthening exercises in your own home with the Apex AX-PWR7 cage system. It includes a lat bar, single handle, shiver bar and multi-function bench with preacher pad and leg developer. You'll be able to perform a wide range of strengthening weight routines, including bench press, bicep curl, leg extension, leg kickback, squat, and upright row. It offers two weight plate storage posts with Olympic sleeves. The AX-PWR7 is made of 2 by 2.75-inch and 2 by 2-inch heavy duty tubular steel construction with a durable charcoal powder coated finish. It has a 104 by 64 by 83-inch footprint when fully assembled.

Feature Detail:

  • Adjustable commercial grade bar and safety catch
  • Chromed weight plat slide system assures smooth motion
  • Nylon pulleys with sealed ball bearings
  • High pulley station with lat bar
  • High/low pulley pop pin slide adjustment with tightening feature
  • 2000-pound tensile strength aircraft cable
  • Dual action leg developer with six oversized roller pads, row/curl handle and Olympic sleeve
  • Proper pivot point on leg developer for correct muscle isolation
  • High density deluxe boxed upholstery
  • Back pad features a sewn-in wear cover
  • Chrome sliding track for easy pop pin back pad angle adjustment

Manufacturer's Warranty
Backed by two-year limited warranty


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 66.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000CSJZWY
  • Item model number: AX-PWR7
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,470,598 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By financialrelocationist on November 2, 2007
I've been shopping all over for an olympic weight bench, and almost every one I tried was somehow too high for me, so my feet barely reached the floor. Bear in mind, I'm 6'3" and 250 lbs, so it was extremely puzzling to say the least. I was also going to try to buy a separate lat tower because most of the ones I saw attached to benches were so short or weak-looking.

I shopped around and finally landed on the Apex Cage System. I went to my local Academy sports store where they had one on display, and holy carp, it fits me! Not to mention that Academy sells it for $199, which is cheaper even than WalMart sells it for.

The bench is really solid, and oh thank *GODS* for once the leg curl/extension attachment actually fit me, with my big, long legs! Most of them out there seem to be designed for midgets, so this was amazing. The roller foam pads actually cover almost all of their bars, so they don't wobble all over the place while you're moving, a big plus that so many benches I tried lacked. The bench inclines and even declines smoothly.

The cage is itself is *big*...you'll need probably about an 11 foot by 8 foot square of free space to accomodate the cage and bench while doing presses (keep in mind you'll have a 7 foot barbell across it, even though the cage itself isn't 7 feet wide). The height adjustment for barbell placement is a nice feature. The high/low lat tower built in is solidly built, too...make sure you have space behind the cage for the plates to fit onto the lat pulley, so they don't scrape your wall. And I like that the low pulley can be adjusted up and down the cage, for different exercise angles.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Chris Kearns on November 22, 2006
I sell this unit at Play It Again Sports for $249.99 BRAND NEW. It is a great unit for $250, not for $600+. You can get a full 300lb Olympic weight set with bar AND the Apex Power 7 unit for under $400!! The unit is very solid as long as it is put together correctly. It will only feel loose and shaky if you don't take the time to line everything up and tighten all the bolts correctly. Check out your local Play It Again Sports for a Fair price on this unit.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Free CK on March 7, 2008
4 1/2 stars.

GYMS VS HOME:
Gym memberships meant having to drive somewhere, waiting for machines, gawkers and gym rats, sometimes smelly environments, showers/lockers/changing rooms, hauling shower/dressing accessories, bringing home foot fungus, and over-all just that extra time/inconvenience that ultimately meant we'd never go. Waste of $$$. With this at home, we just jump on, get it done, shower/dress/etc quickly, privately and safely when we're running short on time. All of which means we work out more consistently.

PRICE:
Even the cheaper membership fees for two ppl ($40/mo each=$960/yr) will break even on this within the year. We're planning to add a treadmill or eliptical next year to round out the cardio (for now, we're enjoying jogging the surrounding neighborhoods).

This is an awesome all-around system for the price. Ours isn't an "APEX", but it looks exactly the same (probably the same manufacturer, just different distributor - ours is a "Total Sports America 5820" from a few years back) except for this bench looks slightly improved.

CONSTRUCTION:
I don't find this to be that rickety. The pulley beam is supported with a cross brace to the side/supports to create the 'cage', and when tightened properly is quite sufficient for an average home user. Of course, If you're lifting/dropping 200-300lbs on it every day, perhaps it could loosen quicker.

But, the construction and layout is much better than the cheaper units. The separate bench from the main 'cage' is a great feature.

PULLEY:
The pulley system could be better, which is why i deducted 1/2 star. Doubtful you would notice it if you have more than 20 lbs on the pegs. And perhaps they've got better systems on the newer/other models.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gknight on March 23, 2009
Well I bought this system for less than $300 so I got a good deal. I'd look somewhere else for $600 like here. The system is good and I use pretty heavy weights. However being nearly 300lbs myself when I bench weights over 300lbs I can actually bend the bench. I have a 4x4 supporting the top of the bench. SO for big lifters don't expect much from the bench for strength. The preacher attachment is nice for smaller people again with me I'm to wide through the shoulders to fit my elbows on the pad for a good curl and it is not adjustable to fit my arm length either. The curl attachment bar is a joke as well. However the leg attachment is OK. Now for the good stuff! The cage is strong. I bench over 400lbs and it has no probs there. I got this bench to get the adjustable lat tower. It doesnt slide up and down the shaft very well but I only use it at the bottom for cable rows anyway. Don't know what the center areas would be good for anyway. I also like the lat tower on top. It also comes with a couple posts to store olympic weight. They hold 4 45's on each side without breaking. Overall it is not gym quality but it is a good mid level cage system.
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