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- 600 lbs. capacity
- Specifically designed with a shortened base frame to fit perfectly in all Smith Machines, Power Racks, and Multi-Press Racks
- Height from floor to top of pad in flat position 20"
- Space between seat pad and back pad in flat position 3"
- Assembled dimensions: 59" L x 27" W x 22" H
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Body-Solid Flat Incline Decline Bench - Ask any personal trainer or fitness professional what they would buy if they were only allowed to purchase one piece of strength training equipment and the Flat/Incline/Decline Bench is sure to be at the top of the list. Perfect fit for all Smith Machines, Power Racks, and Multi-Press Racks.
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Many reviewers here have complained about the lack of instructions and I was pretty annoyed at first when I didn't know where to start. This is coming from a person who loves to assemble things and have built everything from model cars to decks. However, I did find that once all the screws are laid out and organized, assembly took about 30 minutes. If you don't organize your screws and washers, it will make assembly very very difficult. The exploded diagram may look confusing at first, but I would recommend to build from the ground up meaning definitely start with the frame and finish with the seat cushions. It actually was easier than I thought.
I am six feet and the height didn't really bother me. If you're shorter, you can always secure yourself on the leg support/cushions.
Mine actually came with a broken bushing on part D of the metal seat support. I called customer service and they were extremely courteous and helpful. I had suggested that my seat cushion might have been slightly defective because after tightening the seat bolts, it seemed it was not parallel to the upper back support. Nevertheless, the rep immediately offered to send me a replacement seat cushion. Great, great customer service.
Have been working out two days in a row now and loving every workout. No regrets!
The directions for putting this together are very simple. So simple, they don't use any words. Just pictures. So simple that they don't use several pictures. They use one picture. The sum total of the instructions for putting this thing together is an exploded diagram of all the parts with the little dashed lines telling you where the parts go. Oh, and did I mention the picture is printed in black ink on plain 8.5 x 11 paper? Not even a booklet. You get a few sheets of paper that look like they were produced from an office copier. All that being said, this isn't a space shuttle. If you possess some small amount of mechanical ability, you'll get it.
One thing they don't mention is the tools you'll need. A rachet wrench is pretty obvious. What you might not you'll need is a rubber mallet. It makes getting some of the plastic parts on a whole lot easier. Not all the plastic pieces fit though. There were these little pieces that go into the ends of the frame behind the back pad that everytime I tried to put them in, they broke.
My only other complain is the leg pads. The pads themselves are great. They feel like they're made from some pretty sturdy foam that's going to last a good long while, but they give you these giant plastic washers to go on the inside and the ends of the pads. The washers that go on the outside are held in place by these really flimsy metal caps, half of which I rendered useless in the course of putting them on. Plus the plastic washers just get in the way when you go to use the pads. Scrape the backs of your knees, which is just freakin annoying. I either knocked them off or took them off. You don't really NEED them. The pads stay on just fine without them. I'd use them on the inside of the pads to protect the pads from the metal, but they're really pointless on the outside.
So, a great bench. Highly recommend it as a center piece to a home gym.
The company could take some other steps to be more customer-friendly.
Poor packaging: My product arrived slightly damaged, with a bunch of zip ties just thrown in – I assume these were meant to secure items in the box.
Warranty: (read the fine print) you have to return the warranty card to them within 10 days of the date of purchase. Given that delivery took 5 days, that is a pretty narrow window and renders the lifetime warranty just about useless.