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Ironmaster Super Bench Adjustable weight-lifting Bench

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Price: $289.00 + $39.00 shipping
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  • Super heavy duty 1000lb rated
  • Quickly adjust to 11 angles from decline to upright!
  • Optional attachments add even more versatility
  • Perfect for dumbell, Smith machine, cage or rack use

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Ironmaster Super Bench Adjustable weight-lifting Bench + Ironmaster Crunch Situp Attachment + Ironmaster Dip Handle Attachment
Price for all three: $403.00

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Product Description

Super Strong, Super Versatile, Flat, Incline, Decline, Upright, 11 Angle Bench! 11 lock out angles: Inclines, Declines, Flat and Upright. 0, 5,10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 75, 80 and 85 degrees. Powder coated grey metallic frame with chrome components. 44"x 10" x 3" heavy duty pad and stitched vinyl upholstery. Very comfortable. 20" flat bench height. 17" x 41" footprint. The 3 position incline seat fits users of diferent heights. **Note: the incline seat pad is now a tapered shape so the back is wider and the front is narrower for more comfort.** 1000 lb rated, 11 & 12 gauge super strong steel frame. (600 lb rated for incline/upright positions.) Unique adjustment ring with foot lever adjust operates from both sides and locks up tight! Patented design. Incline seat follows backrest pad at any angle so it will always be perpendicular unlike other benches where the seat can have a shallow angle allowing the user to slide off. Ultra stable strong platform in aII positions yet is easy to lift and move. Does not need wheels. Bench weighs 60 lbs. Accepts a growing list of optional attachments like the Crunch Situp, Dip Bar Handles and Chin Up Bar. Ships pre-assembled except for feet so you can start lifting in just a few minutes.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 44 x 18.8 x 21 inches ; 65 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 78 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: IMSB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,559 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Its very sturdy and feels well built.
John Purcell
I utilize the DIP BAR, CHIN UP BAR and the CRUNCH SIT UP attachment all of which fit neatly and securely into the bench.
Neftali Cano
This bench will do it all with the best execution of any bench or one station home gym.

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148 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Brain Drain on October 27, 2011
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This a review of ONLY the bench; not the multiple attachments that can be purchased. See my profile for reviews of many of these items .

Overall, this is a good bench, not a 5 star bench. I am curious to hear from taller people regarding the practicality of it in the upright position. It's heavy, but sturdy. It won't tip, the seat won't come out, and it's comfortable.
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107 of 120 people found the following review helpful By Patrick D. Goonan on December 18, 2007
I agree that this bench is versatile, especially given all the possible attachments. However, it does have some design flaws or at least shortcomings in my opinion.

First... the legs are not wide enough to give the bench stability when used with attachments such as for the dip and chin. It is serviceable for other exercises, but if it was only an inch or two wider on each side it would be much better.

Second... With this bench you need to change attachments frequently. Unfortunately, the bolt and pin assembly that is used to make these changes is plastic on the part that you apply leverage to. While I don't know of one breaking, it certainly looks like this would be a probably outcome over time. You must also insert the pin and screw it tight with the plastic part referenced above to fully engage the attachments into the frame. We could put spaceships on the moon, but we can't come up with something better here? How much could this improvement cost?

Third... if you are using this unit in a confined area, you will need to move it around in order to switch from flat or incline to decline. This requires removing the seat, adding the situp attachment and reversing your direction. If your set up is close to a wall... you will also have to move the bench.

This is speculation on my part, but if you buy the dumbbell spotting system, it appears that the bench gets more stable from the cross bracing. If you buy the chin up and dip attachments first, you will almost certainly NEED to incur an extra $200+ expense. Who knows if this is intentional, but as another reviewer points out, you don't find some things out until you start using the bench.

On the upside, there are many angle settings, seat positions, etc.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By gibreel on August 31, 2009
I purchased 3 benches over the course of a few months, returned 2 of them and am very happy with my final purchase. I'm reviewing all 3 of the benches because it was an educational experience and I hope other people don't have to make the same mistakes I did.

As background, I have a small apartment in NYC and wanted a bench to use with dumbbells because I was quitting my gym membership. I wasn't trying to get a full workout machine because while that might be optimal, I don't have enough space for something like that. So the goal was a sturdy, as-small-as-possible bench that would lie flat, but also do incline, decline, and 90 degrees.

I initially went with the Cory Everson FID Weight Bench. I purchased this bench because it can fold up, lean against a wall and save space. Its main selling point to me was that it seemed similar to the Danskin Space Saver Bench that I had purchased a few years ago (and later sold on Craigslist when I joined a gym). I loved the Danskin bench because even though it's seemingly made for women, it was sturdy enough for my 170 pounds and 5'9" frame but folded up neatly. It was also just $119. I would have gladly purchased another one except it was no longer available. I'm not sure why Danskin no longer makes this great bench, but oh well. Anyway, the problem with the Cory Everson is that it is NOT sturdy. It was wobbly and felt like it might break at any moment. Therefore, I returned it to Amazon. I wouldn't recommend this bench to anyone, any gender, no matter how much you weigh.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By R. Hernandez on September 21, 2007
Well after an awful experience with the Bowflex adjustable dumbells (I returned them) I decided to order the Ironmaster Superbench and adjustable dumbells and all I can say is "Wow, what a difference!"

First of all I ordered the SuperBench with the following attachments:
Chin Up Bar
Bar Dip/Leg Raises
Preacher Curl Pad

And the Quick-Lock dumbells 75lb with storage rack

Everything arrived around 4 days after ordering and everything was very well packaged. Set-up took me around 3 hours but putting everything together was pretty simple.

The Super Bench is solid. Amazing quality. The way it swivels is genius. All the attachments are made from solid metal and feel real sturdy.

A few nitpicks:

First, I wish that you could insert the attachments from either side of the bench. I work out in front of a mirror and when I add an attachment that means I have to pick up the bench and turn it so I face the mirror.

Second, all the attachments do take up some space when not in use. I know that the do sell a rack to store your attachments so maybe I'll get that at a later date.

In conclusion, the Ironmaster products and service is like a breath of fresh air after dealing with Bowflex.
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