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Best Fitness BFFID10 FID Bench

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  • Combination flat, incline, and decline bench for barbell and dumbbell exercises
  • 5 starting positions, from 10-degree negative decline to 70-degree positive incline
  • Comfortable 1.75-inch upholstered pads; durable powder-coated finish
  • Safety pins and bolts for easy adjustments; compatible with preacher curl assembly
  • Measures 18 x 17 x 54.5 inches (W x H x D); carries 3-year warranty
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Bring everyday strength training into your living room with the Best Fitness BFFID10 bench. Ideal for barbell and dumbbell exercises, the bench is functional, compact, portable, and durable. The bench offers five starting positions--from a 10-degree negative decline to a 70-degree positive incline--along with durable and comfortable 1.75-inch upholstered pads. Once you've chosen the proper position, you can use the bench for dumbbell presses, bicep curls, shoulder presses, ab crunches, and just about any other sitting exercise. No other piece of equipment offers as much exercise versatility as a combination flat, incline, and decline bench.

The Best Fitness bench is also cheaper in the long run than joining a health club, which can be an expensive, time-consuming routine. Now you can achieve measurable benefits for your overall health by committing to a regular fitness regimen in the comfort and convenience of your own home. Other details include a durable powder-coated finish, safety pins and bolts for easy adjustments, and compatibility with a preacher curl accessory. Fully assembled right out of the box, the BFFID10 measures 18 by 17 by 54.5 inches (W x H x D) and carries a three-year warranty.

Product Description

Best Fitness home workout equipment is manufactured to the same high standards as those set by industry leader Body Solid. Affordably priced and ergonomically designed to fit any household, Best Fitness machines are tested tough and proven effective for a slimmer waistline, defined chest, stronger back, well muscled arms and legs and healthy cardiovascular workouts.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 55 x 19 x 44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 41.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VLPTV8
  • Item model number: BFFID10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

The bench is long enough for tall people as well and is very sturdy--made out of good quality materials.
Fuzzy Wuzzy
Also both legs can be folded to make a great floor bench for floor presses as well or to simply be tucked away until your next workout.
Barrett Withers
I am 5'10" 170 and the bench works for me easily, but I would think this bench wouldn't work as well for someone over 6'3".
Travis Moseley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Linus Gibson on September 23, 2009
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Trying to find a suitable bench for small spaces can be a real chore. Fortunately, the Best Fitness BFFID10 FID bench is a worthwile solution to that problem. Out of the box, assembly is a 2-step process - secure the incline back to the seat hinge using the included steel rod and alan wrench, and lock the legs in place with the included safety pins (for those intending to leave it in one position, the legs can be secured with bolts, nuts and washers instead, which are also included along with the appropriate tools).

You can choose from 5 incline back positions and 3 locking positions for each leg, allowing you to set it up for a variety of flat, incline, and decline exercises. At first glance, the incline back doesn't appear to lay perfectly flat but once the legs are locked into place, only the seat itself is at a very slight incline. While its perfectly flat, you can hold onto the handles of the incline back during ab crunches and other ab exercises, a nice bonus indeed, not to mention it's upgradeable with the optional accessories Best Fitness makes for this bench.

One of the key highlights of the bench is its size. End to end, the bench measures about 3-1/2' when in the flat position, though this can be a bit of a double-edged sword. It's great that it doesn't take up a lot of room, but this also doesn't make it an ideal bench for tall people. If the length from your pelvic bone to the base of the back of your head is longer than this, you may want to consider a longer bench. The bench is also on the somewhat skinny side, measuring only 9-3/4" at its widest point, so keep that in mind when factoring in your body type.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By housewifeman on April 25, 2008
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This is a small bench and low to the ground. I am 5'10" 170lb and my son is 6'2" 222lb and we both use it easily, so the smallness is an asset for our limited area but the size does not limit any exercises. We use dumbbells a lot and this bench is perfect for those exercises. Easily adjusts in seconds and is sturdily built. We already have a bench that is attached to our weight machine and I thought this new bench would get limited use but its portability/movability and its ease of adjustment have made it our main bench. We also put the back at a high angle and use it for dumbbell preacher curls. Extremely happy we got it!
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Barrett Withers on February 9, 2008
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This is a super bench for the price. It has 4 different height adjustable positions and each leg can be either folded or reclined to a different angle to further incline or decline this bench. Also both legs can be folded to make a great floor bench for floor presses as well or to simply be tucked away until your next workout. This is a great product that came already put together right out of the box. If all of best fitness's products are of this quality then they've got a new full time customer.:)
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73 of 82 people found the following review helpful By I wanted to like it on October 13, 2008
I'd been looking for a weight bench for a couple of years and after reading everyone's review I bought this. First the promotion of the bill me later doesn't work on this item. Anyway, I agree that it is very sturdy and easy to set up and arrived promptly - 5 stars on all of those items. But I think I will have to return it, if it doesn't cost me too much to do so - I have to pay for the cost to return this ~50 lb item. What I don't care for is that it's narrow and firm. I prefer more padding or a softer feel. I might buy some foam padding or something. It's also narrow; as wide as my thumb to pinky finger when stretched out. Therefore it supports between my shoulder blades and that's it. Maybe that's good for range of motion, but I feel like I'm going to tip over (not because it's not sturdy but because it's narrow). In addition it hits me about mid head level which is uncomfortable. I know it had measurements with it but measuring out dimensions and really sitting on something are two different things. And I can't slide down too far because the seat part of the bench is slightly raised. I've learned that for me a weight bench is like a car, I really have to try it first to make sure it feels right and is what I want. I can't believe how out of sync I am with everyone else that wrote in.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. Alberto on November 17, 2010
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First off let me tell you my main uses for this equipment. I use it for bench presses (incline, decline, flat), military press, skull busters (tricep extension on flat bench) and occasionally seated curls. What I was looking for is a solidly built bench that I could quickly convert to be able to perform the exercise I needed, fold up so I can tuck away under the bed, and did all that for about $100 or less.

Initially, I thought this bench met all of these, but I quickly discovered it did so with a catch on all. All the parts seem to be built to last but the design doesn't help the matter in the least. Because the portion that supports your torso does not "lock down", it is not as steady as it should. If I raise my legs off the ground while bench pressing for example, the bench will rock back and forth with my body in that section.

Another issue that I did not anticipate is that the seat portion of the bench is angled up and not parallel to the floor. This is an issue because it is angled in a way that is too low to support you adequately during incline and too high to keep you from sliding off during decline (an issue I discovered with over 200lbs of weight by the way).

Lastly, storage and portability is next to impossible because the bench is way too high when folded up to fit under most any bed (mine is about 8" and barely clear half the bench). Neither the legs nor the torso portion can be locked in the folded position and this causes a lot of headaches when trying to move it.

Those were my cons. The pro is that it quickly goes from flat to incline.

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