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Bowflex SelectTech Adjustable Bench Series 5.1

by Bowflex
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List Price: $279.00
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  • Transform any space into a personal free weight fitness center
  • Adjusts to six different positions, 17-degree decline to 90-degree incline
  • Comes with a removable leg hold-down brace for added decline position support
  • Corrects posture and stabilizes positioning for a safe, muscle-building free-weight workout
  • 30-Year warranty on frame, one-year warranty on upholstery
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Frequently Bought Together

Bowflex SelectTech Adjustable Bench Series 5.1 + Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells (Pair) + Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell Stand (2013)
Price for all three: $625.48

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Product Description

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Get more out of your workout using Bowflex SelectTech free-weights with the 5.1 Series adjustable bench. It adjusts to six different positions--with 17-degree decline to 90-degree incline--for positioning support when you're exercising and for maximum workout versatility. Just adjust the bench to one of six positions and you can add a variety of new and powerful exercises. It's the perfect way to transform your space into a personal fitness center.

This bench is also great for correcting posture and stabilizing your positioning for a safe, muscle-building free-weight workout. It's built-strong to last with heavy-duty commercial quality steel and durable upholstery. It comes standard with a removable leg hold-down brace for added decline position support. It wheels away for easy storage and measures 26 by 20 by 56 inches (W x H x L). Assembly is required.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 56" L x 26" W x 20" H (142.25 L x 66 W x 51 H cm)
  • Adjusts to six different positions
  • 17° decline to 90° incline
  • Constructed of heavy-duty commercial quality steel
  • Corrects posture and stabilizes positioning for a safe, muscle-building free weight workout
  • Can be used with more than 30 exercises
  • Comes standard with a removable leg hold-down brace for added decline position support
  • Wheels away for easy storage

About Utility Benches
Despite the competition from trendy new fitness inventions, free-weight lifting continues to be a popular option for home strength training. Free weights offer a special benefit in strength training because they promote quicker strength gains. Free weights also work a larger number of muscles than resistance machines, which tend to focus on isolated muscles.

Specially-designed adjustable pads, grips, and bars help limit and guide movements to minimize the possibility of muscle or joint damage. Plus, from a single utility bench, a vast number of exercises can be performed. Whether it is focusing on the abdomen, arms, chest, or any other muscle group, a utility bench can help you maximize your strength training goals while minimizing your risk of personal injury.

Manufacturer's Warranty
30-year warranty on frame, one-year warranty on upholstery





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MSRP
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Number of Positions
1
5 total
-10° / flat / +15° / +30° / +45°
4 total
-10° / flat / +45° / +90°
6 total
-17° / flat /+30° /+45° / +60° / +90°
Bench Description Single piece
Single piece top
Standard seat
Single piece top
Rounded seat for legs
Two piece top
Rounded seat for legs
Leg Brace
Yes - fixed Yes - fixed Yes - Removable Yes - Removable
Maximum Weight
200 lbs
    250 lbs 300 lbs 300 lbs
Dimensions
(L x W x H)
45" X 17" X 25"
51" X 17" X 25"
56" X 26" X 20"
56" X 26" X 20"
Assembled Weight
16.3 lbs 33.4 lbs 55.1 lbs 61.7 lbs
Warranty
Frame: 2 years
Upholstery: 30 days
Frame: 2 years
Upholstery: 30 days
Frame: 2 years
Upholstery: 30 days
Frame: 2 year
Upholstery: 30 days



Product Details

Product Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 54 x 19 x 9 inches ; 63 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 63 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000BH283O
  • Item model number: 140004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (278 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #929 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The bench is very sturdy and well designed.
M. C. Chow
Unlike all of the cheap quality or heavy, over-priced benches on the market, Bowflex hit this one right on the money.
KazooGuy
I love the adjustment angles on this bench, they are perfect for incline, flat and decline presses.
Michael Gorlin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Harry Hogg on March 30, 2007
I bought the Select-Tech 552 dumbell set w/stand, so I needed a bench to go with it. I saw this was the 'matching' bench and had good reviews, so I went with it without much shopping around. I think I paid $150 with no tax or shipping. As I did not shop around, I don't know if this is a good 'value' compared to other brands.

As far as the bench itself, it is very sturdy. No wobbling while you are using it - this is a big plus. It also looks very nice and obviously matches my other equipment.

The adjustment options are nice to have, but to me they are mostly unnecessary. I only use it in the flat position and one incline position. I can't imagine what one would do with all the other positions, but maybe someone who is more sophisticated in their work out could utilize them.

The leg attachment, again, is very sturdy. I didn't buy it for sit-ups, nor would I recommend this to someone who wanted it solely for sit-ups, but if you want a bench primarily for lifting that gives you a sit-up option, this will work just fine.

As to the negatives... This was mentioned by another reviewer, but there is a opening in the bench where it folds up. It is really in a bad place (atleast for me, I am 6' 3") - right on the small of the back. It is uncomfortable and seems like it could cause injury. I am able to get around it by scooting my rear as close to the end of the bench before I lay back. Still, it seems like this could have been designed better.

The assembly was simple and consists primarily of using washers and bolts. On mine, on the bottom end, the welds were in the way of one of the holes I needed to put a bolt/washer through. The washer would not sit flat and it was very difficult to get this one tight.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By G. Surla on January 24, 2007
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I was looking for a decent bench to go along with my SelectTech dumbbell set and have found the 5.1 to be the best for the price. The construction is very sturdy and it took me about a half hour to put together. Contrary to one of the other reviews here, the bench travels from a decline position (with an excellent feature that allows the seat to be raised, preventing any back pain) to a 0, 30, 45, 60, and 90 degree incline. The detachable leg support allows for crunches and situps, one of my basic requirements. Construction and functionality-wise, this bench reminds me of the higher quality equipment I've used at health clubs but this is actually better due to the detachable leg support.

One complaint I have is that when I move the bench, the bench has to be lifted high in order for the wheels to catch the floor, otherwise, I end up dragging the bench on the legs. It's not that big of a deal now that I know this needs to be done. Overall, I am extremely happy to have purchased this bench.
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52 of 61 people found the following review helpful By W. Munro VINE VOICE on March 26, 2007
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My bench was unfortunately defective right out of the box. (The wheels on the rear stabilizer were completely bent by about 20 deg, so they could not roll at all.) My assembly instructions were apparently also incomplete, because when I called customer service to request a repair part, they told me I should first send in the registration form from the last few pages of my instruction book, which I did not have. Finally, they just let me fax in a copy of my sales receipt, and I was supposed to receive a replacement part in 6-10 days. After 6 weeks, I still have not received a thing. I have called back and started the whole process over again, and we'll see if it's any different this time.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By WhippinYoLegs on January 29, 2010
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My roommate had the 3.1 bowflex bench and got restationed in Guam so I had to break down and buy a bench. I went with the 5.1 because it has 0/30/45/60/90 degree settings versus the 3.1 which has 0/45/90. The benchs look the same but I think this one is sturdier. Has adjustable feet to level it out, and it also has a two-position adjustable seat which the 3.1 DID NOT HAVE. I like using different inclines and you can use them for support on other things besides bench (curls, offset shoulder work, etc). I honestly paid the extra $70 for the 60° setting because my shoulders have seen a lot of damage over the years and 45° give me less results at more risk of injury. So if you're looking for a reason as to WHY you should spend the extra money, it's simple: adds 30 & 60 degree inclines and an adjustable seat (MUCH BETTER and more versatile than 3.1). Oh and I've used many benches in lots of gyms of fitness stores over the years--this bench fits my frame well with good support under my back without hindering shoulder blade motion (like the benches at my gym). Also the adjustment is easy (on the way up, you just lift the head of the bench and it jumps to each setting, drop it to set it in place). The decline setting is OK, good for chest, not for abs--get a separate ab bench with adjustable decline angles or buy some inversion boots and hang from you're pullup bar. Oh and the leg attachment is removable on both benches--sometimes it gets in the way, pops out with a pin in about 3 seconds.

Don't like: The lack of fine-tuned incline angles and the gap between the upper and lower cushion when its flat. No idea what its rated at for weight, either. I've had over 550lbs of body and bar weight on mine (at inclines) with no problems (but it could be more than nautilus has it spec'd for).
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