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Weider 200 Power Tower

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  • Upper and lower body strength training without the use of weights
  • Vertical knee raise station, pull-up station, push-up station and dip station
  • Made of durable tubular steel with a two-toned, powdercoat finish
  • Stylish padded upholstery for arm support; sturdy, wide base for secure placement
  • Some assembly required

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Designed to give you a challenging workout without needing weights, the Weider 200 Power Tower will get you on your way to the toned, sculpted body you've been wanting right in the comfort of your own home. Featuring a vertical knee raise station, dip station, pull-up station and push-up station, you'll be able to work your abs, chest, triceps, back, and arms. Constructed of two-toned, powder-coated steel and elegant upholstery, it also features an easy-up VKR step and the durability of sewn, vinyl seats. It measures 84 x 41 x 57 inches.

Product Description

Lift, pull and push yourself to perfection with the Weider 200 power tower. Now you can tone and tighten your abs and strengthen your entire upper body with the Weider 200. With 4 muscle-strengthening workout stations, the 200 comes with a padded vertical knee raise (VKR) station, a dip station, a multi-grip pull-up station and a push-up station. Other features include an easy-up VKR step and the durability of sewn, vinyl seats.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 94 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 100 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: B000M2AHRM
  • Item model number: WEBE0914
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,991 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It was easy to put together and is very sturdy.
FitnessFanatic
This machine lets you do dips, pull ups, wide grip pull ups, leg raises, hanging leg raises, elevated push ups and calf raises.
Humanvegetable
It was easy to put together and I did it by myself.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

476 of 483 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy N. Johnson on March 23, 2010
Length: 4:53 Mins
This is a detailed video review so you can see this awesome tower while it is assembled. Key points:

* I am 6'4'' and weigh 205 lbs.

Definite Pros:
* Great to use with P90X
* Lots of space to do wide, close, and underhand pull ups
* A bar to rest your feet on to make pull ups easier
* Great for push ups because it has built in push up bars
* Great for ab raises with padding for your back
* Great for tricep dips using the extended tricep dip bars
* Slides on the carpet easily if you need to move it
* Platforms to do calf raises on
* Just plain awesome

Potential Cons:
* Comes un-assembled - took about 2 hours to assemble
* I am using it on carpet, which causes slight movement when doing tricep dips
* Minimum ceiling height is about 7 feet 8 inches for setting this thing up

Other Info:

*** Dimensions and weight in the box before assembly ***
Weider 200 Power Tower
58.5" x 22.5" x 10.5"
99 lbs

*** Dimensions after assembly ***
* Maximum height of tower: 83 inches (6 feet 11 inches) high.
* Maximum width (pullup bar): 41 inches (3 feet 5 inches) wide.
* My ceiling height: 92 inches (7 feet 8 inches) high.

Watch the video and enjoy!
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102 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Richard Cook on March 21, 2009
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The equipment arrived earlier than the seller stated which was a good thing. Assembly was fairly straight forward, having a good selection of tools in my shop helped speed assembly although you can put it together with their recommended tools it'll just take a little longer.
The unit is well built and sturdy and is perfect for home use. If you are looking for a gym quality unit this isn't it but you're also not paying what you would for gym quality. All in all a good piece of equipment for a good price.
I do have one complaint that really brings the rating down for me and that is customer service by the manufacturer. There was one small piece of hardware that was missing, not a big deal as I had something that would work in my shop. I tried to register the product and kept getting errors. I tried to register from several different computers on several different networks and kept getting the same error. Oh well, so much for registering it for warranty purposes. I sent several emails to explain the registration issues and to ask about the missing hardware. It has been several months now and I still haven't gotten a response from the manufacturer. I realize that the piece of equipment wasn't hugely expensive and that the issues are minor but one would think that I would at least have gotten a response. I won't buy from the manufacturer again.
Seller= A
Equipment= B+
Manufacturer follow up= F
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By John Stump on May 13, 2007
I purchased the Weider 200 and use it at my work. 15 of us pitched in to pay for it. Now we can do pull ups, dips, leg lifts and over 10 other exercises onsite at work.

It was super easy to assemble and it doen't take up alot of space

two thumbs up Amazon - thanks
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Pangelinan on December 7, 2008
This Weider 200 Power Tower is a nice piece for your home gym and a good value. I've owned it for a few months and have been pleased with the product. It's a sturdy piece of equipment and was easy to assemble.

It took me less than an hour to put it together. The only tools you'll need are two adjustable wrenches and a phillips head screwdriver. The instructions are well written and simple to follow.

This is what I like about this pull-up tower:

1. Sturdiness: I weigh about 200lbs and there is only a little bouncing or shaking when I do pull-ups, dips, or leg raises. It's designed with two stabilization skids that help to prevent shaking. Of course there will always be some bouncing / shaking with these towers, unless you buy a commercial pull-up tower (usually starting at over $500) or bolt yours to the floor. I keep mine in my garage, not bolted to the floor, and it shakes only slightly. I've tried kipping pull-ups as well, and depending on your weight and how hard you kip, you are likely to have some movement in the tower. The standard gymnastics kip or butterfly kip will shake and move the tower.

2. Dimensions: At 85 inches tall this item will fit in any room with 8 foot ceiling, which is fairly standard in most houses. This gives you plenty of clearance for your head in a room with 8' or higher ceiling.

3. Overall design: The pull-up bar has decent padding that won't quickly wear down. The push-up bars are placed far enough from the lower cross bar to give you plenty head clearance. The pull-up bar is on the opposite side from the dips / leg raise side, giving you plenty of room to do your pull-ups, especially if you do kipping pull-ups, knees to elbows, or ankles to the bar.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Joe G on December 9, 2008
I live in a condo where none of the doorways have enough room on both sides to use one of those doorway pull-up bars, but I've always wanted to find something since pull-ups are such an excellent upper body exercise. I first found this product in Skymall magazine for roughly the same price including shipping that it was listed by this seller. I was somewhat worried about how much space it would take up and how sturdy it would be but I found it relatively easy to put together and very soundly built. My only suggestion is that I would avoid putting it on a carpeted surface if possible. I have a cheap foam mat on top of my carpet and the tower sits on top of the mat. It seems to be stable enough on that but I would recommend a hard flat surface if possible. When it was on just carpet that was relatively plush it did have a bit of a wobble but at no time doing either pull-ups or dips did it begin to tip over.
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