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CAP Barbell Strength Fitness FID Bench

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  • Fitness bench with 4 adjustable positions
  • Upright, flat, incline, and decline settings
  • Dumbbell holder offers easy access to weights
  • Foam-covered handgrips for comfort during leg raises
  • Weight capacity of 250 pounds
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Product Description

The FM-504 FID bench includes four adjustable positions: upright, flat, incline and decline. Ideal bench for dumbbells and abdominal exercises. Foam covered hand grips provide added comfort while doing leg raises. Dumbbell holder allows easy access to dumbbells while working out. Warning: This product contains one or more phthalate chemicals known to the state of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm. Consumer may return the product for a full refund, including shipping cost for both receipt and return of the product within 15 days of his or her receipt.

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Get the most out of your home dumbbell set with this Cap Barbell fitness bench. Offering four adjustable positions--upright, flat, incline, and decline--the bench supports a variety of upper body exercises, including dumbbell presses, chest flies, shoulder presses, bicep curls, and more. The bench also includes such extras a dumbbell holder that allows easy access to your dumbbells while workout out, foam-covered handgrips that provide added comfort while doing leg raises, and foam shin supports. The fitness bench offers a weight capacity of 250 pounds.


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  • Product Dimensions: 50 x 25 x 41 inches ; 26 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001IKHUNQ
  • Item model number: FM-504
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (882 customer reviews)
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Easy to put together.
JayGea3
When you sit on it, the seat is a little too far forward and you end up sitting on the back edge of the seat.
Chamberlin
I think if you were any taller than 5'11" the back of this bench would be too short for you.
James Langdon

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476 of 489 people found the following review helpful By Morrell Deedes on November 25, 2009
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This is a surprisingly sturdy, lightweight bench to use for dumbbell exercises. Not only is it affordable, but it is easier to put together than the average treadmill. The manual's instructions for putting the bench together are clear and easy to follow, and it offers good advice on how to get started coming up with an exercise routine. The bench's backrest is adjustable (a hard-to-find but important feature), so you can do the full range of dumbbell exercises.

Customers should know before buying that the bench is designed to support a maximum user weight of 250 lbs with a combined dumbbell weight of 100 lbs. So, although you cannot use this bench for lifting massive weights, it is ideal for people who are just starting out or who are focusing on fitness instead of extreme bodybuilding.

(Update: November 28, 2010)

Well, it has been a little over a year since I have been using this bench. I started out using 5-pound dumbbells with it at least 5 days a week. Now I am able to use 25-pound dumbbells on the same routine. Not once have I had the slightest bit of trouble with the bench. Durable? I would have to say so. My original 4-star rating still stands.

(Update: April 22, 2012)

Alright, I decided to do one last update for this review. What's the reason? Honestly, I still feel like you could not find a better bench to start weightlifting with for the price and quality, and I want to give you my take on what negative reviewers are saying. Here are some of the charges against the bench: a weird chemical smell, missing parts, rusted parts, wobbliness. First of all, let me tell you that any product that is shipped from a warehouse is likely to have a different smell. Ever been to the outdoors department at a retailer?
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I'd been looking at benches for quite some time now that I've gotten more into strength training than I'd ever been before and decided the space in my workout room was worth it...

Most were simply a bench. Some had ankle support...I was eyeing a $250 when I came across this one on Amazon...that had more.

Now granted it has a weight limit on it, but I think that's more because you can do sit ups on this one and to support very heavy weight may require a wider bench of more weight...but this is very heavy and other than that, it seems like it would work with twice the weight limit.

I LOVE the backrest moving up and down...in simply a flip of your hand...all the way down for situps, a bench, flip around with the back all the way and face the other direction laying on the seat and raise and lower your legs for core work, lean on the bench or lay on it for arm work...it was solid but I think that takes a lot of work to get to that...with a two-man building team which I'll touch on in a moment.

In the photo it looks like this is red, it's actually a dark tan faux leather with ample padding and a yellow logo. What you may not notice in the photo is that it also has 4 hooks underneath that hold two dumbbells for easy access.

There is even a one step way of folding this up for easy storage via one pin.

To me, it's phenomenal al this has for the price...far more than the ones way more expensive. That said, I know why.

You are paying for convenience to pay more...this is a two-person job putting together and that's coming from someone who puts every piece of furniture etc together in this house because I have a world of patience and ability to read directions...
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By G. Raney on November 8, 2013
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1. ASSEMBLY GUIDELINES: Assembling this is NOT like assembling a piece of Ikea furniture. This kit does not include the tools you need to complete the job and if you've never turned a wrench before, you're gonna have a bad time. I'm moderately handy and was able to put it together in just under 40 minutes. The tools needed to assemble this easily are: 13mm, 14mm, 17mm x2, 19mm(or 3/4")x2 wrenches or sockets, and a knife. Two adjustable wrenches would work, but won't be nearly as easy. If you have no tools and can't borrow any from a friend or neighbor, go ahead and budget in an extra $10-$15 to get the basics you need to put this together. There was one review about the nuts being the type that can't tighten all the way. They are like that by design; they have a little plastic thing that keeps them from spinning freely, so you have to use a wrench to tighten them. This keeps them from loosening on their own and keeps the bench together/stable over time (they are higher quality nuts). The knife is for opening the packages and trimming away any wood in the way of the screw holes on the back of the bench. One last tip about assembling this thing: for each section, start all the bolts and nuts BEFORE you crank them down tight. If something doesn't fit, it's because it isn't lined up correctly and you need the thing to be wobbly so that you can wiggle everything into place and get all the bolts started before you crank everything down. This was most important for getting the back support all put together. This technique is really one of the basic keys to putting stuff together without troubles and should be done with everything.

2. Stability and Size: I'm 6'1" weighing in at 170lbs. The exercises I've seen other benches struggle with the most are weighted incline situps.
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