|Item Weight||225 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 18.9 x 16 inches|
|Item model number||GGSY24613|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Assembled Height||12.25 inches|
|Assembled Width||21.75 inches|
|Assembled Length||47.5 inches|
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- 112 lb. Vinyl Weight Stack, 112 lbs. of weight, 280 lbs. of resistance, Durable, built to last
- Combination Chest Press/Fly Station, 4-Roll Leg Developer; High Pulley to sculpt lats and back muscles, Low Pulley tone glutes and leg muscles
- Multi-grip lat bar, Sewn vinyl seats with durable & comfortable material
- Exercise Chart designed by a Certified Personal Trainer
- 300 lb. User weight Capacity, 90-Day Warranty
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The Leg Lever goes from 45 lbs. to 66 lbs. and then to 113lbs. That's an increase of 47 lbs. in one step.
The whole system is like this. Scattered weight increases all over the place. Nothing makes any sense, and is dangerous. The increases should be at 10lbs. to prevent injury.
I wanted to send it back but was sent to their 'Return Policy' page which states that, 1). There is a 20% restocking fee. 2). I have to pay for the return shipping charge. (They send FedEx for pick up and the return amount is deducted from my refund which could range from $75.00 to who knows). 3). The package has to be in original condition with all parts and all original packaging. Which is pretty much impossible.
They make it almost impossible to return due to the hassle and cost.
This thing is a lawsuit waiting to happen.
Note: buy grease before you start. Wal-mart sells a quick dry item called “white lightning” for bike chains and that stuff is perfect so far.
Note 2: Step 2, the rectangle block is in a bag of misc hardware, not the #1 accessories page.
Note 3: step 8, big holes face front.
Note 4: step 12, vertical “pins” face forward.
Note 5: step 13, put the pads on before attaching U-handles. I totally missed that.
Note 6: step 25, don't over tighten nut.
Note 7: step 28-30, yes, the wheels go side by side
Note 8: “right” and “left” .... If you are facing the weight stack these labels will be opposite. So if its marked “left” that will go on your right.
Note 9: there are 3 types of pulley wheel. The 2 skinny spoke-like wheels go on the top bar. The 2 wide ones are for the chest press bars and mount directly behind that. (Btw, each end of that short cable will attach the chest press with a pulley dangling at the bottom of the loop. That pulley attaches to a pulley from the lower cable and they are joined by a bracket resembling an “H”) knowing that in advance would’ve helped me with assembly
All in all I’m pleased with this and also how little room it takes up. Again, if I figure out how to smooth out the resistance of the lower assembly I’ll post an update.
As I did not receive my expected purchase and it's too much of a hassle to dis-assemble and package for return (restocking fee???), I rate this 1 star.
What I will offer is a review for the Weider XRS 50.
-Even for beginners, i would advise to stay away.
Yes, it comes with an approx. 100lbs weight stack. HOWEVER, the weights are of "high quality" plastic filled with sand(?).
-Yes, i received all the parts necessary BUT some parts of the eye-loops for bolt installation were bent
-Yes, the weights are easily adjustable BUT, depending on which pulley is activated, the weight difference between each "weight brick" is too high. It can jump from anywhere between 11lbs to 20+ lbs. PLUS, the weight deltas aren't even consistent as you move down the weight stack (more of a problem for a beginner).
-Yes, this machine is compact BUT you will not be able to get a full range of motion per exercise. The ceiling for the guide rails (sliding weights) are too low. this machine will literally prevent you from a full contraction and extension/stretch.
-Yes, this machine is set up so multiple exercises can be performed BUT you can seriously injure yourself or anyone else that may be around. When using the "low pulley" (bicep curls, upright rows, modified dead lift, bent over back row, etc) on slightly higher weights (still within the weight stack provided), the MACHINE WILL TIP BACK. I'm literally lifting the machine from the front -__-
annnnndddddddddd It's wobbly.
This machine does however come with a lat handle bar, a single grip handle, a chain link extension and a couple of carabiners.
I'm an avid gym goer and have been for over 10 years. Id thought I would finally start on my home gym (no better time than a pandemic, I'd say) and decided to purchase this set. Even for people that are just starting out, I'd recommend giving any machine a test run before buying. If nothing else, a full range of motion is VITAL.
Thanks for the bait and switch and almost killing me in the process.
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Buying this home gym can potentially replace a gym membership, if you supplement your exercises with body weight exercises and/or invest in other gym equipment such as a cheap/used 50lb dumbbell set and a bench, especially if you desire smaller weight increments.
Took under 4 hours to assemble with 2 people.