Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell Stand w/ Wheels built for the Bowflex 1090 and 552 Dumbbells
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- The Bowflex SelectTech 2 in 1 Stand has wheels and is ergonomically engineered for use with both Bowflex SelectTech 1090 and 552 dumbbells
- This stand eliminates the need to bend down to pick up weights, so your back is protected from muscle strains and pains!
- The handsome, ultra-sleek metal design can be easily wheeled around any workout room.
- This stand also features a built-in rack for hanging towels.
- This stand measures 20" x 26" x 23" inches, Assembly is required, hardware and tools included.
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Easily assembled and sleekly designed, the Bowflex SelectTech 2 in 1 Stand is ergonomically engineered for use with both Bowflex SelectTech 1090 and 552 dumbbells, this stand eliminates the need to bend down to pick up weights, so you can work on your back, not get hurt! This stand also features a built-in rack for hanging towels. The tools and hardware are included for assembly. Bowflex has been one of the leaders in shaping fitness for over 20 years. Most everyone is familiar with the legendary Bowflex resistance training systems, but the company also makes other consistently top of the line fitness products. Fueled by innovation and improvement, Bowflex is committed to being on the leading edge of strength and cardio training. For use with both Bowflex SelectTech 1090 and 552 dumbbells. Durable metal construction. Simple assembly with tools and hardware included. 20L x 26W x 23H inches.
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Also for assembly I would recommend starting all bolts w/o tighening and then once all the parts are in place, then tighten the bolts. The parts don't line up that great and you have to flex the parts to get the bolt holes to line up.
Then there are the wheels which are complete POS. One broke the first time I tried to move it. Hindsight, I should have spent less on the stand without wheels and still could have gotten the whole thing at a better price by putting some good metal casters on it. These wheels are plastic, and depending on which set of dumbbells you have, they could be seeing close to 200lbs with the weight of the stand included.
The positive is it does look ok and is (for me) the right height to keep from bending over to far. This is better looking than the 2x4 stand I made at first to hold my dumbbells.
Overall, give it some good wheels, and I only take away one star because it is a PITA to assemble.
Once I got all of the parts set out across the floor, I realized that the described inventory of parts in the instruction manual did not match what I actually received. The manual states that you will receive 4 x 2.5" screws, and 4 x 3" screws, however I actually received 8 x 3" screws. Again wasn't a huge issue since the 3" screws worked just fine. The manual also calls for a 9/16 socket and 9/16 wrench or adjustable wrench. Not sure why they are requiring this since none of the provided lock nuts were 9/16. Luckily, they provide an allen wrench and a crappy hex wrench for the nuts.
I begin assembling the stand per the instructions and once I got to the step to attach the back plate, I realized that the backplate was straight and didn't curve to match the curve of the two main arms. The instructions do not mention anything about this. I was able to attach the backplate, but noted this as strange and moved on. Later on in the steps, I got to the section where you attach the towel bar between the two dumbbell stand plates. It appears that the towel bar is about 2" too short to line up and be attached (see pictures). Quite frustrating considering I expected high quality construction from Bowflex. I was able to muscle it together enough to get the towel bar attached, but in doing so, it bent the back plate (remember I noted that the plate didn't seem to meet the curve of the two arms?). After everything, I got to the very end where you attach the two black straps that will hold the Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell cradles in place. I unsnapped the very cheaply constructed snap, and observed the snap had come apart beyond repair.
I plan to come up with some custom straps to replace the very cheaply constructed ones that are provided. The castor also appear to be undersized for the amount of weight, and although they haven't broken just yet, they feel cheap and I suspect will break soon the more I move the stand around.
I am disappointed in this item, as I had high expectations. Hopefully Bowflex can correct this at some point...oh wait. They have stopped production of the item last I heard. Guess we are all stuck with our high priced lemons.