Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell Stand
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- Ergonomically designed for use with both Bowflex SelectTech 552 and 1090 dumbbells
- Eliminates the need to bend down to pick up weights
- Built in towel rack
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100300 Features: -Ultra-sleek design. -Can hold up to 2 dumbells. Product Type: -Dumbbell rack. Shape: -Vertical. Finish: -Gray. -Gray finish. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -22.8". Overall Width - Side to Side: -19.9". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -26.2". Overall Product Weight: -49 lbs.
The perfect complement to your Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells, the Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell Stand features an ergonomic design that helps protect your lower back. You'll never have to bend down to pick up your weights again. The handsome, ultra-sleek design will fit well in any workout area. It also comes with a built-in rack for hanging towels. This stand measures 20" x 26" x 23" inches Assembly is required.
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1) Get some Ozark Trail 76064P 72-Inch Utility Straps. Amazon sells them:
Ozark Trail 76064P 72-Inch Utility Strap with Quick-Release Buckle, Black 4-Pack
These straps are narrower than the originals and have a much smaller buckle.
2) Thread the strap as shown in the photos
3) Attach the DumbBell base and tighten the strap.
4) Trim the excess strap and seal the ragged end with a match flame.
I’m really impressed with the quality of Bowflex equipment. The SelectTech 552 is a terrific piece of equipment. Highly recommended.
I followed the advice of others, and swapped out the stationary "feet" for rolling 2" caster wheels with brakes. I definitely recommend doing that for easy maneuverability! I also followed the advice of others to swap out the stock straps that Bowflex gives you to secure the dumbells to the stand. They're not as bulky, and when using the dumbbells, you will find it easier to get your fingers around the dumbells when removing from the stand, compared to the stock straps given.
Overall I am very satisfied with my purchase, as well as the warranty that BowFlex gives, which is 10 years for the stand itself, and 1 year for the hardware.
I'll try to address some complaints / concerns I've seen in previous reviews:
(1) Wheels. This model does not include wheels. They have some rubbery foot stands you screw in that allow you to level the stand. BUT NO WHEELS ARE INCLUDED.
(2) Assembly. Wow, this could not have been easier (except maybe the towel bar could have been less annoying to attach). Hardware is nicely packaged and laid out (see the "customer images" I uploaded). All told it took me about an hour. But I'm a plodder. And it took me forever to find my 17mm socket (because the one they included is a bit flimsy).
(3) Strap buckle. Yeah, all the other reviewers are right: the buckle is poorly placed and prevents tightening of the strap to desired tightness. A definite design flaw. But not a deal-breaker by any means.
(4) Dimensions. If you need the actual dimensions of the stand check out the image I uploaded and the roll over notes.
For not including wheels (when the previous model did) and for the still flawed design of the strap buckle -- I take off 1 star.
Some people here noted small children may tip it over. I tried to deliberately pull on it, but you have to apply a lot of force to make it tip over. If you have heavy climbing children this may be a problem, but then don't let them climb around workout items.
Some people noted assembly was difficult and long and the tools that came were not great. You can do it with the included tools in less than 15 minutes and instructions are easy. Yest eh included tools are not ideal and i used my regular tools. But if you want to be a self-respecting workout man or woman you should have a wrench and an Allen key and be able to turn them. and definitely follow the instructions when it says to not tighten before complete assembly.
Some older reviews indicate an old design either was bad, or they bought a fake. This original bowflex stand really is high quality (except the strap)
One inherent design problem are the straps. that plastic connector will not align and will break over time. See attached picture and the below link is from someone showing the issue as well. One star taken off from this otherwise great product.thsi definietely is a design issue and i ahve tried to follow the manual exactly.
I'm not allowed to post links.But google for "Bowflex faulty harness" and you see videos of people with the same problem.
I contacted Bowflex support via email and got a response to call a phone number instead of helping me or sending me a correct strap. In this day and age no email support is another start off. i don't have time during business hours to be on hold for hours. and why do they call it support email if they don't support anything?
I ended up using the smaller straps that came with the dumbbell set.