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  • Deluxe Door Friendly CXP Chin Up Bar - Special Promotion (Best for door opening from 24" - 33" wide) with (28 to 33 door opening, CXP Chin Up Bar only) - ²C84WZ
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Special Sales: Yes4All Deluxe Chin Up Bar - Two options to cover doors from 24" to 37" wide

by Yes4All
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Price: $30.00 - $60.00
Sale: $15.00 - $30.00
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CXP Chin Up Bar only
  • 12-grip position, great for many dif. exercises & extreme home fitness programs.
  • Best in class Chin Up Bar: Thickest (1.8 - 2 mm thick) & heaviest (10 lbs), highest steel-grade. Support up to 300 lbs
  • Door thickness: 4.75" - 6.25" thick including door trim. Door trim: 0.375 - 1.50" trim thickness; 1.00" - 3.75" trim width (see illustrated picture) with flat surface on the upper end to support the chin up bar
  • Door structure must be able to support up user weight & movements. Optional wall brackets included for your convenience. (Not required)
  • Chin Up Bar Assistance is optional and can be purchased together with the bar in this listing as one of the variation

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Special Sales: Yes4All Deluxe Chin Up Bar - Two options to cover doors from 24" to 37" wide + Definity HHP-001 Pair of Push Up Bars + Tony Horton's P90X3 Base Kit - DVD Workout
Price for all three: $164.15

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Product Description

NO DRILLING ON THE WALL REQUIRED UNLESS. THE J-BRACKET IS OPTIONAL (applies to all bars) and ONLY NEED TO INSTALL IF YOU LEAVE THE BAR PERMANENTLY ON THE DOORWAY AFTER YOUR EXERCISE!!!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00H1CXIEA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (250 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,918 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is well made and very sturdy.
32434
The instructions are a little shoddy as well, but if you have ever put together a desk you shouldn't have much trouble assembling this thing just from the picture.
Smed
I weigh 210 pounds holds me just fine.
Mark U.

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71 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Tough Man & Son on August 10, 2011
Style Name: CXP Chin Up Bar onlySize Name: Doorway: 28 to 33 door opening Verified Purchase
I've used this chin up bar with the P90X program and love it. Initially, I thought about buying the P90X bar since my friend already has one but it's too expensive, so I was looking for a good low price substitute, then I saw this one. It seemed to be a new product because I couldn't find any reviews on it. So, I ordered & wrote my own. I'm about 160+ pounds, my son is 195 lbs and we have never felt unsafe on it. The package was shipped by priority mail with very detail instruction & easy to assemble, sturdy materials, and comfortable grips. Definitely the best choice for me.

BOTTOM LINE
PROS: Great product, fast shipping, great price. The quality is as good as P90X bar.
CONS: A slight mark on door frame. It's very slight but if your spouse cares about that and is tall enough to notice it, you may need to wrap the bar with some fabric. I heard that all doorway bars does the same to your door frame.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Nick on December 30, 2011
Style Name: CXP Chin Up Bar onlySize Name: Doorway: 28 to 33 door opening Verified Purchase
I just bought this and received it about 4 days later. The packaging comes in just the pieces wrapped in plastic and bubble wrap.

Okay so i'm going to go through some things i like, and don't like about this...

PROS: So far it seems to be sturdy, I am a bigger guy weighing in at 230 pounds and i can pull myself up on this thing no problem. The different positions for your hands to be in are a good plus to this, I can count about six positions that i tried so far...So overall its sturdy and durable. Just make sure you tighten the bolts tight enough. There is no creaking while using this product either.

CONS: Okay...first when I pulled it out of the package it came in about 10 pieces with the nuts and washers and what not...I can tell you that the assembly was kind of a pain in the butt. My girlfriend and i sat there for a minute trying to figure out why the bolts were not long enough to penetrate all the way through. BUT heres the solution; the bolts have to be FULLY PUSHED into the hole at the top. It looks as if the top of the bolt is circular, and then below that is a square shape, then the long part. THE SQUARE SHAPE HAS TO BE PUSHED DOWN INTO THE HOLE FOR IT TO FIT. and i couldn't figure that out in the instructions. Thats one other problem, these instructions are very poor detail. i must say that the sides that rest against the right and left moulding, DO CHIP THE PAINT or indent into the moulding. My solution to this was to put a couple socks over the part to stop it from doing this. and it seems to work. Lastly, it does bend slightly but not enough to hurt it, considering i am 230 pounds i am sure that it will hold someone 250 - 270, it says 300 pounds but i am not sure bout that.

okay so there looks like theres a lot of cons to this, but most of that was just explaining the pieces!

THIS IS A GOOD PRODUCT IF YOU CAN MANAGE TO ASSEMBLE IT AND FIND SOMETHING TO PROTECT THE MOULDING (CLOTH, FOAM, WHATEVER.)
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Stoop on April 4, 2012
Style Name: CXP Chin Up Bar onlySize Name: Doorway: 28 to 33 door opening
The bar itself, when assembled, is sturdy and works very well. No complaints. I gave 3 stars because the instructions are appalling. The picture wasn't my exact model. The list of pieces didn't even match. I had different types of screws than those in the manual. So I had to use a lot of guess work and intuition to assemble. Even the online manual is out of date. That was very annoying.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Smed on August 8, 2012
Style Name: CXP Chin Up Bar onlySize Name: Doorway: 28 to 33 door opening Verified Purchase
Measure before buying...the width of the entryway is not the issue unless you have some unusually wide doorways, like a wheelchair accessible doorway. The real issue is the thickness of the doorway frame (basically, the thickness of the wall from one room to the next). My door frames are 7.75" thick and this thing isn't even close to fitting. If your door frame is 6 to 6.5" thick this should work. Much less than 6" and you might have mounting issues as well. The instructions are a little shoddy as well, but if you have ever put together a desk you shouldn't have much trouble assembling this thing just from the picture.
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46 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Hobbes on February 6, 2012
Style Name: CXP Chin Up Bar onlySize Name: Doorway: 28 to 33 door opening Verified Purchase
You get what you pay for. First, this chin up bar as a few things going for it. The metal is a nice, heavy gauge, and the holes are drilled accurately so that the bar assembles in the shape it is supposed to be. Somehow this shipped at lighting speed - I've never received anything so fast, even with Amazon Prime. Now, certain characteristics of this bar raised one of my eyebrows even before disappoinment set in. For example, the bar arrived without any commercial packaging or branding, and the foam grips were not equally spaced/lined up. It was well-packed, and there was no damage, but the entire experience was consistent with my stereotype of inexpensive products manufactured in a certain overseas country. Lastly, I am at least mildly irritated with the assembly design and hardware. Each bolt came with a nut AND a washer. No way! A washer? Naturally I tried to use the washers with the nuts. Don't do it. There aren't any washers in the instructions. I'm guessing it's some kind of intelligence test that I failed. Many of the bolts will be too short for washers, and you may end up stripping the threads trying to get the nut all the way onto the bolt. Mind you, even without using the washers it was fairly easy to strip the threads on the bolts. Not to brag, but I did it three times. So before I can use this otherwise perfectly fine chin up bar, I'm off to buy some metric hardware.

Now, this doesn't have anything to do with my generic chin up bar manufacturer, but rather with the principle behind using this style of chin-up bar. Many of these chin-up bars advertise that they will support a 300 pound person, or maybe even a little horse. That's great, but I'm not worried about bending the chin up bar like the Incredible Hulk.
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