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Everlast - 2 Station Heavy Bag Stand
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- Stand from industry leader Everlast holds both heavy and speed bags
- Rugged, powder-coated steel tubing construction and three weight pegs provide maximum durability
- Supports any heavy bag up to 100 pounds
- Adjustable height speed bag platform handles all speed bag sizes
- Stand measures 48.25-by-84-by-69 inches (W x H x D)
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The preeminent brand in boxing since 1910, Everlast is a global leader in the design, manufacturing, licensing, and marketing of authentic boxing, mixed martial arts, and fitness-related sporting goods equipment, apparel, footwear, and accessories. From heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey and middleweight legend Sugar Ray Robinson to the undisputed middleweight champion Jermain Taylor and UFC heavyweight champion Randy Couture, Everlast is the brand of choice for generations of world champion professional athletes.
Top Customer Reviews
getting the small ticks out of the way:
There were only two downsides, one being it didn't come with instructions, and two being it was missing one tiny washer- a 10 cent fix from home depot... but I think I bought a returned item which is why it was missing some pieces, either way you can look up the install guide online... just google "Everlast Punching Bag Stand Install guide" and its the first thing that pops up.
first off, I'm pretty tall. 6'1'' and this stand is also quite tall... like, blocking the ceiling fan tall. Wasn't really an issue, as I put it in the corner where the back support bar (the main bar in the middle) touches the corner of the wall. A corner is nice because it limits movement of the stand, you can prop one heavy weight or even a regular dumbell on the middle bar and unless you're like... a hossman 5000, it won't really move. It also has two metal loops on either support bar to the sides of the bag for putting a rubber tie or bungie cord through which will greatly limit the swing of the bag. I suggest using your own tools and not the ones they give you... just to make sure that everything is good and tight, use common sense. before tightening one bolt, make sure the other bolt is also ready to go in the next slot. The stand will come out completely sturdy.
I didn't bother with the speed bag hook up, which is why i can corner it so well... and I mean, it's a nice bonus, but I still would prefer a wall mounted bag any day.
Over all it's legit, and worth getting if you're on a budget. Unless you love to blow money, there really isn't much need for a 300 dollar+ stand for home use.
Setup is relatively simple, though can be time consuming, try to enlist the help of another as well as a proper set of tools to reduce installation time. Of note was that a couple of the pieces I received did not appear to "fit" together properly as it appeared the bolts were too short. It wasn't that the bolts were too short per se but that the legs needed some light sledge-hammering to fit better. Wasn't hard to do, just a pain at first until I figured out the solution.
The stand does great with the 100 lb bag I have setup on it, although as others have stated if you have any punching power at all invest in some weights or sand bags to place at the corners.
My biggest gripe with the system is that it really is only good as a "single" station setup. First off the plastic bearing setup they give for the speedbag is garbage and breaks easily, which forced an additional investment into a proper swivel. Even with a proper swivel attached, I find that the speed bag portion is waaaayyyy too slow. I'm currently trying to look into solutions into speeding it up (please if any of you have any suggestions let me know) but even if I hit it once as hard as I can I only get a maximum of 4-5 rebounds. The speed setup absorbes too much of the rebound and is not rigid enough to build up a good speed with a medium bag.
Other than that, for the price the stand can't be beat. Another great feature of the heavy bag part is that the support legs are set far back, so using the bag for kicks as well as punches works great. Even my friend was impressed with the variety of maneuvers you could do on the bag without the stand getting in the way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was really expecting the whole stand to be in great quality, especially since I trusted ever last. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
It took a good hour to assemble, but the instructions were easy enough. It's a bit bigger than I imagined, but quite stable. It's been able to take a good pounding thus far!Published 8 days ago by BelleDayNight
We have it for over 5 years now. It's still working great without breaking down. I recommend it!Published 10 days ago by kanexxx
Not perfectly built as it has been mentioned, some of the holes not lining up nicely. But a little wiggle here and there and everything was able to be put together. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mr.BLB
Easy to set up, solid material. Worth the money, however, it does not stay still when you really lay into your heavy bag. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jason K.