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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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Here’s one solution:
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.
1) Will the poor straps matter?
- Yes, if you are lifting weights in the 80 to 90 lb range. The pad can slide to the side and did so with me. You wont have to worry about it moving unless you are lifting heavy
2) The angle of the rack makes it more difficult to fit the weights back into position perfectly
- We know that you need a very smooth entrance when putting your weights back together or your weights can break. In some instances, 55+ weightlifting back into the 1090's it can tug a little. No damage yet but it's not a good feeling knowing the weights can break and this could help cause that.
I invite you to find a better rack system only to keep in mind the angle of placing the weights back in easily. When you have a sollid 80 lbs, sliding the weights back in at an angle becomes more wrist and ligament work than main muscle work so this is definitely an imperfect system.
With that said, I still would buy this again because I do not know of a better system. I imagine the solution would be an elevated platform so you can drop the weight directly in place not at an angle. Unfortunately, that will likely be a bulky system unless you are handy in bending steel.
For the 1090's this bowflex selecttech dumbbell stand is the second best solution for a person who can create the same not at an angle. Less than 1090's than all of these are non-issues.
The only reason i'm giving 4 stars and not 5 is simply because of the utilitarian aspects of this product: it does the job perfectly, but it's hard to get excited about it. It serves a great "supporting role" for your workout, however.
I like my selectech dumbells, and I personally see no reason why they wouldn't include this stand with the dumbbells. The stand is pretty critical as you can't just drop the weights without breaking them.
Assembly was pretty straightforward. The straps work fine to hold down the plastic bases that unused weights stay in, and the stand doesn't really move at all. The thing just looks cool sitting in my living room next to my rowing machine, and I want to do a few curls every time I walk by them.
If you have the weights (and I recommend them too... they save space and look cool), there is really no reason to not get the stand. If the stand busts the budget, I recommend getting a different system entirely.