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Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press, Grey/Black

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  • Leg Press Included, 2:1 Ratio
  • Upgraded version of the P1X with Functional Arms
  • 160lb. Weight Stack Included, can upgrade to 210lb. (optional)
  • Virtually unlimited exercises with low, mid, and high pulleys
  • 10 Year Powerline Warranty
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Product Description

The user-friendly, multi-function Powerline P2X Home Gym is cleverly engineered to offer free-range movements and exceptional range of motion for any size user. By combining an ergonomically correct press arm and a functional training arm, the P2X puts you in the unique position to have the best of both worlds: traditional exercises as well as functional training in a single, compact machine. Multi-Press Arms: Biomechanically designed for maximum chest concentration and outstanding muscle development. Comfortable, multi-position handgrips focus on distinct areas of the chest and triceps. Adjustable seat height assures you of a perfect fit. Functional Pulleys: Fixed pulleys allow users to perform a variety of exercises that recruit stabilizer muscles to exercise movements such as pec flys and converging presses and swivel to adjust for a variety of different exercises with smooth, consistent resistance.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 71 x 66 x 83 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 391 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003XNE58O
  • Item model number: P2LPX
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #169,836 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Overall for the return on investment; priceless.
T. B. S.
If your a handyman, and everything fits correctly, you have a very good and productive weight machine.
lillyodie
Some of the pulley brackets weren't straight, more crooked welds.
T. Port

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Big Jim on May 3, 2011
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The equipment is very nicely built. Heavy duty enough for ANYONE'S home gym. Assembly took me 10 hours. I'm an engineer and pretty handy with tools. The instruction book included an addendum of corrections. Even with that, there were a couple of places where the instructions said to use a certain part number of bolt and there were none left of that number. There were other part numbers that were never requested. I was able to look at the sizes and match up the "extra" part numbers to the depleted part numbers and get the thing assembled without too much frustration. The leg press is sold, packaged, and shipped as a separate item so the installation instructions basically have you assemble the main frame first then disconnect some of it to add the leg press. I tried working setting up the leg press in parallel so I wouldn't have to undo work that was completed, but in the end was not able to save any time this way. I was expecting the 160# weight stack but it arrived with the full 210# so don't go buying the extra weights until you see what arrives. Total shipment weight of the equipment was just over 600# - have some help handy. The heaviest box weighed about 150# and was way too bulky to handle safely by yourself. Once assembled I was very impressed with the quality of the equipment. This is as nice as the stuff I had access to in college. The only down side is the absolute and complete lack of any instructions for how to USE the equipment. The leg extension, leg press and chest press pieces are pretty obvious. In addition there are several (four?) rings where you can attach any one of several different types of handles/grips.Read more ›
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Quentin Starin on March 21, 2012
Bottom line: This is a great buy. EDIT: I just wanted to say 8 months later I'm extremely happy with this purchase. The machine is a smooth operator and the variety of exercises is great. If only they'd make the weight rod longer and support 260. :) It's sturdy enough and there's enough height.

It is quality equipment, and to get this many features in any other gym you'd have to pay more than twice as much. Any other gym with multiple position bench arms, lateral pull down bar, functional pulleys, curl bar, leg extensions and leg curls, and a leg press will cost you over $2000, if not over $3000.

Despite its low price, this is not a "cheap" gym. It uses thinner gauge steel than a Body Solid gym, but for home use it is more than sufficient. Overall, the gym is well built and well designed. Assembly was smooth - all the bolt holes and parts lined up perfectly, the cables were easy to route and were the right length, and the welds look good. The motion is also smooth and secure when using the gym.

The Powerline P2X is not without some problems, however.

The assembly instructions contained a few errors (mostly in the Leg Press instructions). Some of the hardware was referenced by the wrong part number in the instructions. Also, one diagram showing how the cable from the leg press hooks up to a floating pulley on the main gym was incorrect (it showed a carabiner when none should be used). Personally, I think the errors were easy to spot and simple to resolve. A novice may get frustrated, but if you have some experience assembling things or wrenching in general (on cars or whatever) you should be fine.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By DS on October 12, 2011
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Nice solid built machine. Covers pretty much all key exercises. The assembly took almost 2 days because the instructions are extrenely poor and several updated sheets are randomly thrown in the box. Leg press is nice but the shoulder touches one of arms..just be careful. An exercise chart would be nice to have.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Freeze on July 12, 2014
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I think I could write a novel about my ordeal with this order but I'll try to keep it short. The product listed by Amazon and the product translation to WSports store (transacted and shipped and problems resolved by OJCommerce) were two different products. I purchased the P2X (this item on this review) and WSports and OJCommerce interpreted the item as a P1X and not even the P1X with the leg extension. Someone linked the two incorrectly between Amazon and their storefront. I didn't realize this until the product arrived (16 days after the predicted date and about 23 days after the purchase). WSports/OJCommerce had the P1X shipped from the manufacturer, Body Solid. They did their job and had it out in a day or two. It sat in a freight warehouse on a pallet according to the tracking system for about 2 weeks during which time I emailed WSports/OJCommerce a few times. I'd get an email and a call here and there - they were trying to get the freight company to send it over (about 30 minutes away). The freight company eventually subbed out the shipping to another company and it arrived missing one box. OJCommerce put me in touch with Body Solid who quickly resolved which box was missing and shipped it FedEx. That's when I realized I received the wrong gym. But after examining the differences and after dealing with this nightmare transaction, I decided to keep it. I actually paid the P1X price after researching it a bit further so I'm not out any money.

As at least one other person noted, the alignment of the leg extension to the frame is off significantly. The leg extension is angled a bit to one side. It's not that noticeable using the extension but it does cause a misalignment for the lower pulley and cable.
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