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PowerLine PSM144X Smith Machine

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  • Versatile workout machine that combines free weight power with machine safety
  • Patented Super-Glide carriage rides smoothly within quartet of 12-gauge steel pillars
  • 14 lockout positions and adjustable safeties help guarantee the lifter's security
  • Spotter extensions for working out alone; scratch- and rust-resistant finish
  • Measures 76 x 80 x 45 inches (W x H x D); 10-year warranty on the frame
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A true powerhouse that's often imitated but never duplicated, the PowerLine PSM144X Smith Machine combines the sophistication of free weight power and resistance with the safety and control of a machine. The unit is ideal for everything from squats to bench presses to shoulder shrugs, with PowerLine's patented Super-Glide carriage riding smoothly within the four 2-by-2-inch, 12-gauge steel pillars. Once you load on the weights, the bar lifts and lowers in a controlled manner, so you needn't worry about losing your balance during a lift or loading on more weight than you can handle. The machine also offers 14 lockout positions and adjustable safeties to guarantee the lifter's security while helping him or her strive for greater muscle gains. Other details include spotter extensions for when you're working out alone and a scratch- and rust-resistant, powder-coated finish. The Smith Machine measures 76 by 80 by 45 inches (W x H x D) and carries a 10-year warranty on the frame and a one-year warranty on all other parts.

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PowerLine Smith Machine. The PowerLine Smith Machine is a true powerhouse that is often imitated but never duplicated. It is a sophisticated combination of free weight power and resistance coupled with the safety and control of a machine. The Body Solid Pro Smith Machine uses four 2" x 2" 12 gauge steel pillars to support and guide the patented Super Glide carriage during your most vigorous sets. 14 lockout positions and adjustable safeties assure the lifter ultimate safety while striving for greater muscle gains. PowerLine has taken the best equipment out of the health club and engineered it to their own uncompromising standards. Best of all, we made it affordable. Bar is 1" In diameter. Pictured with Optional Olympic Adapter Sleeves OAS14 Weight plates and collars optional

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 77 x 45 x 81 inches ; 168 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 168 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VLNUQE
  • Item model number: PSM144X
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,550 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Left and right sides of the bar can move independently making it very hard to insert hooks into holes.
Tamarisk
All in all, I was very impressed with this product, cheap for a smith machine and sturdy enough for an advanced bodybuilder.
Gabor Hajdu
Bodysolid has many models of Smith machines that can handle more weight but they tend to fill up a room.
William Schlake

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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Neal Soldwish on March 28, 2006
This is not a good machine if you can lift any substantial amounts of weight. It's a little unstable. The hooks that lock into the holes so you can spot yourself don't always line up very well and that kind of sucks when you've just tired yourself out and you want to rack it but you can't...
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gabor Hajdu on April 21, 2011
Just had this smith machine delivered yesterday. I was quite weary at first seeing the mixed reviews on the internet( one said the structure is unstable after loading it with substantial weights, the other said it is rock solid etc...).
Well I really put it to the test as I am weightlifter and powerlifter and I have to say I was very impressed with this machine. Affordable but NOT a cheap design and construction! In fact, sturdy!I can safely say that it can take as much as you can put onto both ends of the bar!I loaded it with 180 kg to bench press, tried it and it was absolutely fine, I hardly noticed a difference between this and the one down in the gym. Of course you would notice a bit of shaking on the top, but for god`s sake it is a vertical machine, what do you expect!?Nothing to worry about though as its supporting feet are big and sturdy, making it impossible to collapse(unless of course you did not assembly it correctly). My estimate is that it can take a bit over 200 kg (which is mostly enough even for a bodybuilder preparing for a contest). Having said that, this product is of course NOT for a champion powerlifter, someone who handles 300 kg +. I think that is obvious!

All in all, I was very impressed with this product, cheap for a smith machine and sturdy enough for an advanced bodybuilder.

Great buy!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By William Schlake on February 18, 2011
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Arrived today, a week ahead of schedule. As expected from Bodysolid, (PowerLine is one of their brands) well made, good quality, affordable. Comes in three boxes, they even include a bottle of WD40 like lube you spray on the rails. Assembly was straight forward, no written instructions, not really needed, you get a detailed 8x11 diagram with parts clearly labeled that shows how the parts go together, there's really only 10 parts not counting the hardware. Assembly time around 80 minutes, much of that on one step I found a bit annoying. The bar you put the weights on is welded to a sliding sleeve on either end BUT there is 16 tiny little plastic push-in plugs that look like a thick thumb tacks you have to push in. You're told to use a pliers to push them in, yeah right, lots of luck holding on to these 16 little plastic parts you have you push in from the inside of the two inch metal tubing. That's the one thing that could use improvement, everything else is beefy, oversized bolds with lock nuts.

The main reason I got this model is most Smith machines can take of a lot of floor space. Not this one. It's foot print is 45 inches front to back, and 48 inches wide, (measuring frame on floor) not counting the weight bar witch is 76 inches long. So if you're tight for room like I was because of other weight equipment in the same room, this one takes about about 60% of the space as others.

Question that rages in forums, YouTube, gyms, is using a Smith machine better/worse that free weights? Given a choice, do both. I do. If you have some physical problems, I got a bad shoulder from a old rotator cuff injury or if you work out alone then a Smith machine is very useful. Generally you can lift a bit more, and do it safely.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Laws on March 11, 2009
i bought mine here at Amazon. I had it shipped ( all 3 boxes ) to my work, and loaded all 3 into my 2009 honda civic. at 6'6" long, it still made it home. If you take the time to lay out everything, and put washers with the bolts, then do the side rails, back and then the diamond floor plate, the chrome post, then the post with the spot holes, safties, then the bar, and tighten it all up. It took about an hour, start to finish. had to use a chair to hoist the bar up and onto the top rails..Everything lined up perfectly. I put 250 lbs on it and got 5 reps, without anywarmups..
If you take some car wax, and wax the posts, then polish it up, it glides even better. i feel its very heavy built. i do, ( or did ) use the smith machine at my health club, and this is close. ( of course, the health club version is $2,500, and is counterbalanced. )but other than that, it was a breeze. i can now squat, decline, flat, incline bench. I can set the safties up, and get in some narly shrugs. I even layed on mi back, and with safties in place, pushed the bar up with my feet. I dont feel i can break this machine. it will eventually do 300-500 lbs, and still be stable. Of course, i do place my plates into the provided weight posts on the 2 sides...that helps anchor everthing down, but the thing weights 170 lbs raw anyway...so i cant see anyone saying its not stable? and if the hooks dont line up, i think it was not installed right.
Mine is perfect. stable, smooth, rock solid, and typical Body Solid!

I am impressed with Amazon, they are A-mazing.
A sweet company, i have been doing bussiness with them for 2 years now.
Customer Service? I have never had to use that part! They are a 10 star company in my book!
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