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Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym
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- Home gym designed to provide challenging, muscle-building workouts in limited amount of space; ships 90% assembled and requires fastening just nine bolts
- 11-gauge mainframe construction assures maximum strength, function, and durability; telescoping, chrome-plated, adjustable seat post for quick, smooth adjustment and proper body positioning
- 2,200-pound tension strength, military-grade aircraft cables with swiveling ends provide durability and low maintenance; easy to use, space-saving, no-cable-change design
- 160-pound weight stack; measures 42 by 80 by 70 inches (W x H x D); includes 48-inch lat bar, low row bar, and ab crunch harness
- Includes limited ten-year manufacturer's warranty on frame and one-year manufacturer's warranty on all other parts
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Compact, easy-to-assemble machine for convenient in-home workouts Capable of performing more than 40 different exercises Durable 11-gauge steel frame with tough, electrostatically applied, powder-coated finish Biomechanically designed traditional press bar offers maximum chest concentration and outstanding muscle development Lat pulldown station ensures a full range of motion with unilateral, bilateral, converging, and diverging movement capability Features a 160-pound selectorized weight stack Chrome-plated, telescoping seat post is easy to adjust and provides proper body positioning Utilizes 2,200-pound tension strength steel aircraft cables with swiveling ends that are both durable and low-maintenance Impact-resistant, fiberglass-reinforced nylon is paired with precision-made steel ball bearings for a smooth workout Features high, mid, and low pulleys and an 8-position adjustable press arm and leg developer station Comes complete with a 48-inch lat bar, low row bar, and abdominal harness Weighs 344 pounds Please note that some assembly is required; gym arrives 90% pre-assembled Manufacturer's warranty included: see complete details in the Product Guarantee area Body Solid has been making high-quality strength training and exercise equipment for over 20 years. Designed for today's workouts, Body Solid machines feature innovative technology and distinctive styling that suits your home. Body Solid equipment meets the challenges of today's busy lifestyle while providing you with the utmost in advanced home exercise. From space-saving designs that suit any room, to full-sized gym systems with every available station, Body Solid gives you the features you want at a price you can afford. All components of all machines are covered by a lifetime manufacturer's warranty; something you won't find from any other manufacturer in the industry. Assembled dimensions: 70L x 42W x 80H inches. Safely performs more than 40 different exercises.
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Item ships in 4 boxes: 3x50lb with weights and a big 8-ft long one with other parts. Once you pull out separate parts from the box (bars, seat, nuts and bolts) a single person can carry the main frame easily (maybe 50 lb in weight).
Took me about one hour to assemble once I got the parts into the basement. Instructions in the manual are good enough. For assembly you'll need two wrenches (I used a wrench and a ratcheting socket, allen wrenches are included). I put it together alone, but would be easier with a partner.
When I was buying it, I was somewhat worried about the height. My basement has 81" ceiling, the machine is listed as 80" tall. In reality, my copy is about 79" from the bottom to the top of the high cable roller. Beware though - if you try to do standing shoulder press, 81" ceiling is not high enough. I'm short, but was hitting the ceiling with handles. No biggie anyway, just do seated shoulder presses.
The quality of the metal, welds and paint is good. I like a little foam pad around the middle of the pulldown bar - can't count how many times I hit the back of my neck with the bar before. Minor gripes are as follows: (1) The bars for foam rollers are passed directly through the holes in the frame, without pass-through tubes. I expect either the walls of the frame or, more likely, the bars to start wearing out with time. Will see. (2) Foam rollers are held in place by plastic caps. Not sure how long those would last. Push comes to shove I'll machine those out of aluminum. (3) The short handle for low cable needs some grease - the collar moves a bit rough around the handle.
My wife and I worked out on it. Works just fine - smooth cable movement, good range of adjustment.
Overall I am pleasantly surprised with the initial quality of the machine. It is not the cheapest, but saving a couple of hours worth of work in assembly, seemingly quality materials, and very compact size are worth the price difference, IMHO.
For those asking if additional weights can be added. Short answer - not without replacing the adjustment rod. It is not long enough to accommodate more plates. The machine seems solid enough to handle maybe additional 50 lbs, but that would definitely stress the plastic rollers.
Shipping and Packaging- I live in a rural area off a small winding road. The driver had no problem getting it here. It arrived in a tractor trailer strapped to a pallet. The main box says it's 81.7" x 27.4" x 13.4". The metal weights were in 3 small boxes. The driver took it off the pallet and easily wheeled the boxes into my garage on a small hand truck. One or two people could easily drag the box if they had to. The packaging was impressive. The cardboard carton was wood reinforced at several points. Inside the box all the parts were packed tightly with cardboard spacers and strapped securely together with heavy duty zip ties. Don't go wild cutting the ties. The main frame ties need to be left on until the legs are attached.
Assembly- I followed the instructions and had no problem doing this by myself. The main frame already has the pulleys and cables attached. I tipped the unit up and used a chair against one side of it for safety while I put the back legs on. After this you can walk it into place and finish the assembly. I set it on a "CAP Barbell Anti-Microbial 6 piece Puzzle Mat" over the concrete floor. This was the perfect size for the unit. The instructions were 6 pages and very simple. Written on the left page with a schematic on the right. The fasteners were vacuum-sealed onto a piece of cardboard over a size description of the part. They weren't numbered like the instruction book but the sizes were stated and easy to figure out. All the holes lined up and the nuts and bolts threaded perfectly. Anyone who has ever put anything together can easily do this. It's not an Ikea type project. You can download the manual at powerlinefitness.com or bodysolid.com to see what is involved.
Quality and Function- Even though the box says it's made in China I was impressed. The tubing and welding are of good quality. (I was a welder decades ago.) All the parts run smoothly and quietly. You don't have to change parts or re-route cables to use it. Much better than my 1990's old-school gym from Sears. It has more than enough weight and exercises for the average person that wants to get in shape or add muscle definition. Needing a unit that would fit in a limited space and after researching other units that were more expensive and also much less, I am glad I choose this one.