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Weider 2980 x Weight System

by Weider
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  • 80 lb. Weight StackUp to 214 lbs. of Resistance
  • High Pulley with Lat BarLow Pulley
  • Chest Fly4-Roll Leg Developer
  • Preacher Pad Ankle Strap with Handle
  • Exercise Chart
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Product Description

Strengthen and tone your entire body with the Weider® 2980 X Weight System. With a variety of muscle-sculpting stations, this system delivers everything you need to start building lean muscle. And, to help you get the most out of your workout, the 2980 X includes an exercise chart that demonstrates specific exercises so you get fast results.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 74 x 28 x 9 inches ; 183 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 175 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: B004MEYVRI
  • Item model number: WESY1938
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,884 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Over all very satisfied!"
John Mellie
Their support representatives do not have access to a parts list, and are unable to fulfill a request for "blister pack 2 of three".
George D. Everitt
This is the second Weider home gym I have purchased... they are still cranking out some great products!
StormyInAZ

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By wind on February 29, 2012
I bought this at K Mart, on sale for 200 bucks. It took forever to assemble, but that was ok since I expected same. I didn't expect an awful lot from a 200 dollar machine, and unfortunately I was not disappointed. The pully mechanisms are not smooth and the machine wants to tip over when doing some exercises. Overall the chest and leg routines were OK, the biceps and abdomen, not so much. I will continue using it as I am not an avid weight lifter. For someone like me who just wants to tone a little, maybe the machine will be OK, but I wouldn't pay the price Amazon wants you to pay.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By 2gigob on February 16, 2013
I bought this, put it together and have used it a few times now. There are reviews out there that this is hard to assemble. It is not terribly difficult. I did it with my 4 year old daughter in about 4 hours. She helped unpack and hand me stuff, it was a nice little activity.... If you follow the directions, get/use the appropriate tools, and get the parts identified, it's not bad at all. I got rid of a bench and a bunch of weights/bars/etc. that were taking up a ton of space and I didn't really use anymore.

Necessary items they don't really tell you that will make it easier - a socket/rachet set 1/2 in and 5/8 I believe are all you need. Oh a a screwdriver for the tower covers that actually fits the self tapping screws properly (this was the biggest pain, w/o the right philips head, they tend to strip or be difficult).

Pros:
- Space savings, it's compact and self contained.
- It does a decent amount of basic exercises.
- It looks nice..
- Nuts and bolts well labled and described in the directions.

Cons:
- The weight resistance on the lower pulleys starts at like 58 lbs. It's probably not the best piece of equipment for younger people or possibly women. It doesn't go any less than that on the lower stuff so you may not be able to use it if you're not strong enough to start at 60lbs or so.
- If you're bigger than 6ft, it's probably going to be a little tight. I'm 6' and there are some exercises that I feel like I need some more room on the machine.
- The exercise chart is not specifically for this machine. Instead it's for a group of machines. You'll not be able to do more than half of the exercises listed.

Otherwise, it's a decent machine for the price. I paid under 300. It's certainly convenient and easy to use. I am able to get a nice 30-45 minute workout in the morning without any fuss.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John Mellie on March 27, 2012
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Machine is exactly what I need to tone up! Not for body builders with max of 214 lbs. Took around 6 hrs to assemble by myself. The graphics in the instructions are not perfect. After complete assembly, discovered a extra thin pulley? Weider C/S was no help in this matter. I discovered my error, because of poor design in the manual I missed one step. Over all very satisfied!"
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23 of 30 people found the following review helpful By George D. Everitt on March 1, 2012
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I received the gym in a somewhat tattered box. However, it did it's job and the contents were blemish-free. After about 2 hours of initial assembly, I got to the point of installing the pulley and cable system. Unfortunately, of the three hardware blister packs, one was a duplicate, so I was missing blister pack 2 of 3. Off to the Weider web site. At first I had the audacity to try to call phone support. Ha! I was on hold for a hour with lots of ads and no feedback about the wait time. I finally had to go to the bathroom. I did not take advantage of the "call me back" feature, which would probably have been the smart thing to do.

Instead, I used the online form to request that they send me the blister pack 2 of three. I gave the product number and serial number and a very clear description of what was missing.

The response I received was astonishing. Their support representatives do not have access to a parts list, and are unable to fulfill a request for "blister pack 2 of three". They suggested that then only way they could produce the missing parts would be for me, the customer, to reverse engineer their bill of materials from the steps in the manual! This means, find the steps that had parts from blister pack 2 and build a list of the parts for them. I was flabbergasted.

I can't decide whether it is laziness, stupidity or malice. First of all, they should have access to at least the BOM for the machine in question. Secondly, it should be trivial for them to call someone and ask "hey, what's on blister pack 2 of three for the 2980x?". Perhaps it's the language barrier with the Chinese child who packed the box?

So, I went ahead and spent an hour putting that list together today and sent it to him. I hope it is accurate.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael on December 21, 2013
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Set-up wasn't nearly as bad as some of the other reviewers made it out to be; I was able to assemble the entire machine alone in about 5 hours with 2 adjustable wrenches a screw driver and the included allen key. The only downside is that the bench/seat sits much too high off the ground to get full range of motion from the lat pulldown. I am 5'10" and when sitting down grabbing the latbar my elbows are already at 90 degrees. All of the other exercises work decently.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By E. Tucker on April 9, 2013
Ugh. I'm going to sell this thing on craigslist and get a bowflex. I thought I could save a couple hundred bucks and use this for an occasional workout but the dang thing just feels so flimsy and wobbles so much when you do anything on it. Trust me... get this instead and watch the results happen before your eyes.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001AS697O/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B001AS697O&linkCode=as2&tag=stupisms-20
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