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Powertec WB-MS10 Workbench Multi System (Yellow)

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  • 3-person multi-gym that combines free-weight resistance with machine-like control
  • Supports calf raises, bench/shoulder press, tricep press, squats, leg press, arm curls, and more
  • Lever lat arm works with close-gripped swivel bar and rotation bar; weight plates sold separately
  • Contoured pads for comfort; stations support loads of up to 500 pounds
  • Measures 119 x 78 x 96 inches (W x H x D); 2-year warranty on component parts
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Product Description

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.


Love to lift but not a big fan of free weights? Turn to the Powertec WB-MS10-B Workbench multi-gym, a three-person workout system that combines more than a dozen of the best, most-effective free weight stations in machine form. The WB-MS10-B multi-gym doesn't use any cables or pulleys, but instead employs a leverage design to provide the resistance. As a result, the WB-MS10-B not only feels smooth and performs safely, but it's also virtually maintenance-free. The multi-gym--which can accommodate three people at once--supports such exercises as calf raises, shoulder presses, tricep presses, seated rows, squats, bench presses, leg extensions, arm curls, lat pull downs, ab crunches, and many more. In short, it offers exercises for every major muscle group. Plus, you can expand the multi-gym's functionality by adding an optional Powertec accessory, such as a pec fly, leg press, or machine dip accessory. The Workbench incorporates an access tube and knob lock pin for these easy-to-attach accessories (sold separately).

And despite the variety of workout stations, the multi-gym's footprint is actually fairly compact. Other features include contoured pads for comfort, a revised lever lat arm that incorporates both a close-gripped swivel bar and a rotation bar, and a sleek design in yellow. Weight plates are sold separately.


  • Lever press arm without plates: 20 pounds
  • Lever press arm load capacity: 500 pounds
  • Squat arm load capacity: 500 pounds
  • Lat lever load capacity: 400 pounds
  • Tricep bar load capacity: 200 pounds
  • Leg lift/arm curl load capacity: 200 pounds
  • Ab crunch load capacity: 100 pounds
  • Dimensions: 119 by 78 by 96 inches (W x H x D)

Manufacturer's Warranty
Lifetime on frame, 2 years on component parts, 1 year on pads, grips, and unspecified parts

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 96 x 119 x 78 inches ; 450 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 452.1 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.
  • ASIN: B003FOO72K
  • Item model number: WB-MS10
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,757,348 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 10, 2010
I purchased this system from a big-box sporting goods store. The installation instructions stink. Some bags of bolts, nuts, etc. appear to be mislabeled, but in the instructions it says those numbers are to help THEM, not YOU, so you have to ignore the part numbers on the bags. Gee, thanks! The instructions manual's illustrations were typically very crowded and it was often very difficult to see everything you were supposed to do. No real written instructions, just illustrations. It took close to 6 hours to assemble it, but I bet the second time would be under 4 hours. The instructions, though lousy, were not a major source of dissatisfaction.

After getting it set up, my son's girlfriend tried out the ab crunch station. She probably had about 30 pounds on it and the weld on the pivot arm was breaking! My new gym ... broken almost immediately. I emailed tech support on a Sunday and they responded the next day. They wanted some additional information, which I supplied. About two weeks later, I received the replacement part. I had to do a good bit of disassembly to get the part replaced. Once installed, it felt very flimsy ... not nice and sturdy like the showroom model. A while later, I revisited the store. The showroom model pivot arm was MUCH better designed and MUCH beefier! No wonder!

I took photos and described the problem to Powertec in email. They ignored the email ... no response. I've sent several more ... same result. I guess I'm stuck with a crappy system. I returned it to the Big-Box store on the 89th day (90 day return policy). One other difference between the showroom model and my model: there is an eyelet on each end of a horizontal bar used to attach the chain for triceps pulldowns on the showroom model, making access very easy.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chris on September 7, 2010
Purchased for $995.

Assembly: I found it to be rather easy. There are only two sizes of bolts/nuts for the entire machine. The larger for all of the serious connections and the smaller for attaching pads etc. Having built a para-body machine before, this was infinitely easier. I had my laptop with the PDF manual (agree it's lame) and then I went on eBay and found a few for sale with multiple pictures, this really helps as you can just pretty much eyeball it. Took about 2 hours to get it completely built.

Operation: It works as advertised, a smooth leverage machine. It is really focused on major muscle work and can handle a lot of weight. I have the older version apparently. The bench press bench is a bit difficult to adjust and you will have to spend sometime getting your bench angles/bar right to get full extension, looks like they changed that some on newer ones. It's uber-safe, no cables, no way to crush or really even pinch yourself (except for plates). You might bump your head a few times but my kids use it. The squat rack is about the best you get for home use.

Quality: I have had no problems with welds etc. It seems very robust. Since I have had cable machines before, there is no maintenance with this other than wiping it down now and then which is nice.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 1, 2011
I just purchased this "super heavy duty powertec multi-gym" and I have t say I'm very please with it. This has "almost" everything you'll need to do a complete whole body workout. That's the pros of the "machine". Now, the cons is that the actual weight being use does not equal "free weights". This is a lever system and some of the weights are taken off by the machine, so if you're going from this machine to free weights during any exercise, be careful or you'll find out the hard way that you'll not be able to push or pull the same amount of weights. another thing that i don't see people talking about is the bench press section. becasue it is a lever system, the "line of motion" is different, you'll feel like pushing with a arc line of motion. another problem is with the seating. incline press is fine but when you go down to flat bench press or decline press, you'll find it hard to keep your body stable on the bench when doing moderate/heavy weights. especially with decline, there's nothing your legs can hook against to hold you up on the bench and you'll slide down when trying to decline press any moderate to heavy weights.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By 250wip on April 17, 2011
I will NEVER purchase another piece of equipment from Powertec again! First off, they have a decent rep in the industry. Now that they have that rep, like other reviewers have stated, they've been cheapening equipment and parts. My machine had many pieces significantly welded asymetrically, which is VERY dangerous and can seriously injure you! Welding also cracking in some places after minimal use!! What appauled me the most was the customer service. This stuff, surprise surprise is made overseas, so I gave powertec the benefit of the doubt that it wasn't their fault, although there is better quality control w other companies. Customer service ignored my emails, then when I called a week later and spoke to THE ONLY PERSON WORKING THERE they gave me the run around!!! Seriously, one person? Complaint went to "management" and again I was ignored. BEST case scenario I would have had to pay out of my own pocket to return item to them, THEN incur another 20% restocking fee!! On a faulty cheap item!!!!
Believe me folks, steer clear of this company. Cheap products that the company will not stand by!
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