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Century VersaFlex Stretching Machine

by Century
121 customer reviews
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  • Assembly of 1 home gym per product instructions
  • Please allow an assembly window of 2 - 4 hours
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  • Moving the home gym to a new room is not included

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  • Assembly of 1 home gym per product instructions
  • Please allow an assembly window of 2 - 4 hours
  • Clean up of packaging
  • Moving the home gym to a new room is not included
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  • Ideal for the person seeking maximum stretch in minimum time
  • Stretches to 190 degrees
  • 4-position stretching arm
  • Multi position thigh pads
  • Degree indicator to chart stretching progress
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Product Description

Century's ultimate commercial or home stretching machine

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 35 x 20 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 52.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000EZYT7Q
  • Item model number: 1557
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
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106 of 111 people found the following review helpful By R. McLaughlin on December 22, 2009
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I bought on accident both this stretcher and the Pro Leg Stretcher by Timas. I kept both for purposes of this review. My kids and wife have used both. The bottom line is that the Pro Leg Stretcher by Timas is a better machine, but is also slightly flawed. First I will discuss the Century VersaFlex STretching Machine.

The VersaFlex comes in like 50 pieces. Instructions are horrible. The pictures are too small and poor resolution. They are on different page than the written instructions. The pictures of the bolts are too large, not actual size but 110%, making it difficult to figure out which bolt is which unless you get a ruler. The handles that go at the end of the legs are not pictured or discussed adequately. I was still able to put it together in about 1.5 hours.

I am 5'11". The legs are too short by like 6 inches. Gimme a break. It would only have cost a few dollars more to make the legs longer. Now, my legs hang of the end, so all stretches are done with my knees bent and the end of the leg support digging into bertween my calf and ankle. I was going to make my own longer leg pieces since I have a wood shop, but now will likely give this unit away and keep the superior Pro Leg Stretcher.

The teeth on the ratchet assembly dont hold very well. If there is a lot of tension it will just close. The ratchet assembly is cheeply made and I can see why it is unreliable and multiple others have reported the cables breaking. The ratchet on mine is kockeyed and only engages 2/3 of the gear. Worse, the ratchet assembly has about 5 degree increments only. This is way too large.
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Neplusultra on December 21, 2005
I am a dedicated martial artist that has been frustrated in my attempts to attain greater flexibility. Despite my previous instructor's claim that these types of machines are a waste of time & money, I decided to investigate the potential effectiveness of the "Versaflex". Based on this investigation, I purchased this machine & in the very short amount of time that I have used it, I am really happy. For me it makes stretching very relaxing & comfortable. I am very impressed!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on May 22, 2010
The VersaFlex Stretching Machine is a solid and very useful piece of equipment, especially for those of us who are on the wrong side of middle-age. We bought this (used and fully assembled) since my son (14), daughter (17), and I (45) have started taking TaeKwonDo (actually I took it some 23 years ago and am just getting back into it - hard to start over a White Belt, but to be honest that is appropriate). I am 5' 10" and 240 lbs (down from 290 lbs) and find that this machine has greatly improved my flexibility. Here are my observations:

Pros -
+ Very Solid; easily takes my weight and never feels like it is over stressed
+ Easy to Adjust; leg pads are easy to set and accommodate my 5' 6" daughter and my 5' 11" son
+ Easy to Use; the ratcheting lever is conveniently positioned and smoothly moves the legs apart
+ Grips; front and side handles allow for extended stretching, which is very helpful to getting full benefit from the machine
+ Gauge Indicates Progress; the degrees are clearly marked and seem to be accurate
+ Comfortable; the seat, back support, and legs are nicely padded

Cons -
- 5 Degree Increments; while 5 degrees might not seem like much of an advance, it really is when you are at the extreme end of your range
- Tight Release; the ratchet release can be difficult to activate while the legs are under tension
- Bulky Frame; this takes up a lot of floor space, even when not in use

Misc -
* As noted above, I bought this used (lightly) so did not have to assemble it myself (good since I'm mechanically inept)
* I never use any stretching or exercise equipment without another person being around, helpful since I got stuck my first time

Overall I am very pleased with the VersaFlex and am impressed with improvement in leg flexibility we all have seen as a result of using it.

Recommended!

CFH
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert T. Milsom on October 16, 2008
Beware! Over time, mine wore out and the ratchet hook no longer holds on the gear teeth. It just suddenly pops free, and it can crush your fingers if they are in the way when it lets go. I have looked it over carefully and can't see anything that has come loose. It's just wear and tear, and it didn't have heavy use.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By J. K. on February 24, 2008
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I bought one of these, and expected a bit of a hassle putting it together according to the other reviews. The main problem(s) with the directions are that they show pictures for parts that are not used with this product, and the exploded pictures are not next to the written directions, so you have to keep flipping back and forth between the pictures and the explanations. Despite that, apart from almost cross threading one screw putting the seat on, the assembly went ok.

I have been using it for about a month and have slowly increased my stretch from about 100 to about 125 degress. But the problems for me now are (1) the machine makes you increase your stretches by 5 degress each time, so you can't just nudge it forward a degree or two and (2) its putting all the pressure on my knees to force my legs apart with the pad in the outer most hole. There are holes closer to the middle, but they'd be too close to the top of my legs. It could have really used a hole a little further out.

It is built well and works as advertized, but as I mention above, as I have gotten to my max stretch where I need to slowly move forward, I have to go forward by 5 degrees at a time ...
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