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Heavy Duty Gym Doorway Chin-up Pull-up Bar - Extreme Workout - With NEW Door Frame protection FEATURE

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  • Can be used with popular DVD workout programs - With NEW Door Frame protection FEATURE
  • Adjusts to fit most doorways with sturdy frames 24 to 34 inches wide.
  • Multiple grip positions allow you to work muscles from different angles (i.e., closed-wide angle grip, closed-wide hammer grip)
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Product Description

The best, fully functional, all-in-one pull up, chin up bar in the market today. Home Pull up bars are great for developing back and arm muscles, particularly biceps and forearms and our professional exercise bar provides maximum durability. It is made of high grade steel for maximum durability, while our comfort grips provide the greatest degree of comfort. This bar can be used with and ideal for the most popular extreme workouts available or even regular strength training to help you build and tone your muscles. Works best on your back, chest, shoulders, arms, shoulders and abdominal compound muscles! This is the most effective chin up bar in the market today! This portable, multi-function chin up bar is an inexpensive and easy way to tone up your muscles and get that beach body you always wanted.

NEW Door Frame protection FEATURE

This new feature will protect your door frame from any scratches, impression marks and cracks by including a uniquely designed removable foam covering for the bar that will be touching the door frame thus protecting it from damages, to use the protective foam you need to first remove the removable hand grip that comes installed on the bar then placing the protective foam in its place. See pictures.

Maximum weight: 300 pounds (with sturdy door trim)

Use the bars the pros use.

Optional wall brackets included for your convenience. (Not required).

Product Details

USER MANUAL [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 10 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0055PFE2Y
  • Item model number: YKCHINUP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,376 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very sturdy and easy to assemble.
Eve O. Destruction
Didn't come with instructions, finally figured out how to put it together, but it looked crooked.
Taelin Frasier
Bottom line is buy a different makers product.
Peter N. Talluto III

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By thwipp89 on July 6, 2011
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i thought i was upgrading when i got this new chin-up bar, as it has 2 more basic hand positions than my old one that i sold. what i don't like about this is that it doesn't feel nearly as solid as my old one. it creaks and groans a lot more when i have my full weight (190 lbs) on it. i'm really hoping it doesn't break while i'm using it...cuz it's gonna hurt falling to the floor!

if you're in the market for a chin-up bar, i think i might take a pass and find something more solid and sturdy. the $20 sale price was right but not if it doesn't last. i almost wish i had kept my old bar that had 2 basic grip positions instead of this one with 4.

edit: i think my last one that was much more solid and sturdy and didn't creak and groan was an 'iron gym' product (the basic model). i just looked and the fancier 'iron gym' model with more grips, like this product, is about $15 more. it's probably worth it, to be honest.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Paterkiewicz on March 28, 2012
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Poor Assembly:
Reading through the reviews i noticed people were having trouble with assembly. I could see why. I had no trouble putting it together but for the average and less mechanically inclined, it can be troublesome. The directions are poor and would honestly be better if put in a better order. Also it mentions having 8 bolts of one size and 2 of another. After spending way too much time trying to figure what the difference was, i've came to the conclusion that there really isn't. I feel there should also been a set of washers to put between the screws and pipe so that the heads of the screws won't sink in as you're tightening the nut. However once its all put together it seems fairly solid.
The screw/anchor kit it came with for the mounting brackets are cheap. They could've given you a better one seeing as that this is supposed to hold your weight. Then again, the way this is designed, you shouldn't really need these brackets so why should i be drilling holes in my wall?

Unable to use:
As someone else mentioned in their review, it fits no where in there home. Same here. All my door frames are too thick. There's no where in my house that i can use this. You're going to need a door frame that's only 6". any bigger and it won't fit, any smaller and there will be a tilt and not going to support you as much as it should. All of mine are 8" - 10" I'm going to have to modify it to fit my door frames. I could return it, but for $25 it seems like its too much of a hassle to do so. plus i could also use it for push-ups. I haven't really tested out its' stability since i haven't been able to use it but i will update once its modified.

Thanks for reading, hope this helps.
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Dragonsnake on July 8, 2011
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Alright I was a little worried about buying this and worried for my door mostly because I'm 260lb. I don't like doing pull ups at the gym because they take a lot rest time for me since i'm pretty heavy and I like my workout quick. Anyway I bought it and it came today and I'm really happy about this pull up bar. I was pretty scared at first but then I said screw it and banged out 5 pull ups and to my surprise it held. I'm losing weight right now so I'll probably be able to bang more out down the road but extremely happy.

Only con would be the outer handles at the end aren't that secure so when I used them the bar bent a little since it doesn't use the main bar for all its reinforcement. It still held my weight but I didn't feel comfortable using it and they're the hardest to do. But the all the other grips worked very well.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gary D. Bramnick on September 23, 2013
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I selected this particular product specifically because the online description states it fits doorways from 24" to 36" wide. I live in an older building that had retrofitted and is ADA compliant so all doorways are 36" wide to make sure a wheelchair can get through. I have no problem with my door. Nor do I have a problem with the actual product. My problem is that I opened the shipping box and removed the chin up bar box and on the front, it clearly states that the product fits 24" to 32" wide doors.

So now I have to send it back and it is just a pain. I just wish the product was correctly advertised on Amazon.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Slaptyback Fistybuns on May 22, 2012
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There are several failed ideas in use on this pull-up bar.

First, they expect you to drill 8 holes and screw up 2 metal mount bars above the door (I've never had to mount a bar before, but I'm a lean dude....).

Second, the outer "handles" that cradle your molding/door frame are made from VERY HARD plastic that will push nice grooves into your molding if it isn't very hard itself or contoured with lots of concave semi-circles.... every other bar I've seen makes these from some sort of soft foam or padding to protect your molding.

Third the manufacturer was either too stupid to try assembling a unit themselves, or just has no pride in their work; Half of the nuts will hang loose unless you happen to have a socket set and the entire unit has to be forced into shape and held there with extreme torque... it doesn't inspire confidence to say the least.

TLDR: It's built like crap and will damage most door frames/molding.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By jettaboy2000 on January 30, 2012
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This product was apparently tested and tried on every door and was advertised to work in every door way. I mounted the brackets as stated above the door in accordance with the measurements, and when I was done, I gave it a try. Oh, and also, just so people don't think I mounted this thing wrong, I worked construction for 4 years and am currently building helicopters and have been working in aviation for over 10 years now, so I know how to mount 2 simple brackets securely along with assembling this bar.

Negative:
1. I'm only 200lbs (about average for a guy my height 6.0') and even with using a chair to support some of my weight because I wasn't completely sure about the product, the bar bent down about an inch and kept on going. As I was doing the pull up with only half my weight, the entire bar was bending. I'm afraid to see what would happen if a 275lb man would use this. Apparently it's rated up to 300lbs, but I don't believe it.
2. Dug into the sides of my door trim and if I would have continued, it would have broken the trim.
3. Assembly is easy, but as you continue assembling, you can tell it is a poor design.

Do not buy this product if you value the way your house looks and don't want to fall on your rump midway through a work out.
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