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Powertec WB-MS Workbench Multi System (Gray)


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  • Leverage machines combine the feel and resistance of free weights, with safety and control of a machine.
  • The multi system does not use any cables or pulleys so aside from pure motion, it is virtually maintenance free and easy to assemble.
  • Although this gym provides three-person accessibility, the footprint is quite compact.
  • Weight plates sold separately
  • Weight load capacity: Multi press station = 500 LBS, Squat station = 500 LBS, Lat station = 400 LBS, Leg lift = 250 LBS, Arm curl = 200 LBS, Ab crunch = 150 LBS


Product Description

The #1 Best Selling Leverage Gym in the World! The complete leverage home gym. This three-station system provides over a dozen of the best, most effective free weight exercises in machine form.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 119 x 96 x 82 inches ; 475 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 489 pounds
  • 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: B000EY3W1Q
  • Item model number: WB-MS-GRY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,344,767 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I've already bought 600lbs worth, and will probably end up buying some more.
Ken Safran
Its multi-station environment provides a perfect opportunity for my wife and I to work out at the same time.
Lucky
It took almost 10 hours to put this thing together just because NOTHING is labelled.
Texas Wrestler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Joseph M. Hines on December 10, 2006
This is a great system for home fitness.

Everything has its price however...Your first workout is hauling it in from the curb and assembling. Make sure you get some help for the hauling part. The unit comes in a half dozen large heavy boxes. Good news is its heavy because its a solid near commercial grade system.

Assembly looks much harder than it is. Just take your time and reference the picture frequently. It wouldn't hurt to have help for this step but it isn't nesessary. I had mine together in about 5 hours...not bad when you consider how substantial this thing is.

Pros
I like the fact that it uses Olympic Plates...gives you verstility. If you have a "Play it Again Sports" or any second hand sporting good store near you you can pick up olympic plates for half what they normally cost. Plan on buying a lot of plates as its a huge time saver to have wieghts for each station...less plate changing.

You can work to exaustion with this system without a spotter. Drawback of course is you don't get the core workout you would with free wieghts. Work in some dumbell routines and you'll be fine here.

All the basic stations are here. Great incline/decline bench; Lats, Tris, Abs, leg lift, amazing squat station.

Footprint is very conservative for all the stations. If you're putting this on carpet make sure you buy some good rubber mats for underneath. These can be expensive but shop around. I found some at Second Wind Fitness for 65 bucks each. They're as much as twice that on some sites.

Construction is commercial grade. I've been using it for a year and a half with no issues.

Value --You are getting a very substantial system for the money.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Lucky on September 29, 2007
I just finished assembling this unit. It took me about 4 - 5 hours. I am VERY impressed with the quality of this home gym. It is very close to commercial grade.

My wife and I used to frequent the local gym prior to the birth of our children. Now with two little ones, we've found it almost impossible to get to the gym. So, we considered building a home gym to give us more opportunities to work out at night or in the morning. I also had a height requirement since my basement ceilings are only 78" high. This gym is proving to be perfect. Its multi-station environment provides a perfect opportunity for my wife and I to work out at the same time. The leverage system allows me to work out with heavier weights without a spotter, and the multitude of exercises (about 20) give a well rounded work out.

Don't be fooled by the 82" height description. It fits in my 78" basement (just fits) and we can do all exercises. The only potential issue is with the squat if you are over 6' 2". I'm 6'2 and my head just touches the ceiling on a squat. If you are shorther than 6'2" and your ceiling is 78" or higher, there are no worries.

This gym is marketed towards power lifting, but its is very well suited for amateur lifting as well as lighter weight tone lifting for women. Outstanding purchase...we're very satisfied. Good luck.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By warrior1978 on October 6, 2007
I had two friends over to visit, after seeing the weight set, both commented that it must have cost me $2500-$3000. It is a high quality commercial grade weight set that is almost a bargain for what you'll pay for it. I really like the pulldown, squat/leg raise, arm curl and bench press. The leg extension is okay. The ab curl just doesn't do it for me. Putting the set together was a significant chore and I had to request two missing bolts from the manufacturer (which they very quickly replaced). After you get the set put together, you'll realize that you could not have purchased anything better for the money you spent.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Pawielski on June 18, 2008
I lift heavy and have been using this for over a year now. The bench is great for this type of setup - a lot of positions from deep decline to straight up.

My only issue is that the weight you put on the lat pull is not as heavy as what you put on there. I have to put a little over 50 pounds over my body weight on it before I can't pull it down by just hanging on it. Not a big enough deal to complain about - just an annoyance.

Otherwise perfect, good price, and worth every penny. I got mine as a floor model from a dealer, so assembly wasn't an issue for me and my price was $1250. After using it though, I'd pay full price in a heartbeat if I had to.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Texas Wrestler on March 8, 2008
I considered giving this product two stars - it was that hard to put together. You would think that for a $1200 price tag they could at least label the nuts and bolts and parts. It took almost 10 hours to put this thing together just because NOTHING is labelled. There are conflicting parts lists and I had to go to the hardware store twice to buy bolts that were missing.

Once it's put together the machine looks nice and gives a good workout (although that's another area where instructions on using the machine could be vastly improved.) COME ON POWERTEC - make this a perfect ownership experience by improving your documentation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By W. Robinson on December 28, 2008
I have had this product now for 1 week. It took me around 8 hours to build, however, I got hung up on a couple of items that took some time. Also, the instructions are rather poor. You have six pictures to work with, but with no stepp by step instructions. This could be improved.

Bottom line, it was worth all the hard work. The machine is well designed and you get a very good workout. My wife and I have worked out on the machine at the same time. She also really likes it. The only dissadvantage is the leg curl for someone of my height. I'm 6'4 and the pads are at my lower shins vs. my ankles. Aside from that, I love this machine. It looks great and I actually look forward to working out! I highly recommend this machine to anyone!

One last thought. Be sure to plan to spend some extra money on the weights. I actually found some used at a local store. If you can't find used, plan on spending at least $1 per pound.
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