Ironmaster Super Bench Adjustable weight-lifting Bench
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- Super heavy duty 1000lb rated
- Quickly adjust to 11 angles from decline to upright!
- Optional attachments add even more versatility
- Perfect for dumbell, Smith machine, cage or rack use
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Super Strong, Super Versatile, Flat, Incline, Decline, Upright, 11 Angle Bench! 11 lock out angles: Inclines, Declines, Flat and Upright. 0, 5,10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 75, 80 and 85 degrees. Powder coated grey metallic frame with chrome components. 44"x 10" x 3" heavy duty pad and stitched vinyl upholstery. Very comfortable. 20" flat bench height. 17" x 41" footprint. The 3 position incline seat fits users of different heights. 1000 lb rated, 11 & 12 gauge super strong steel frame. (600 lb rated for incline/upright positions.) Unique adjustment ring with foot lever adjust operates from both sides and locks up tight! Patented design. Incline seat follows backrest pad at any angle so it will always be perpendicular unlike other benches where the seat can have a shallow angle allowing the user to slide off. Ultra stable strong platform in aII positions yet is easy to lift and move. Does not need wheels. Bench weighs 65 lbs. Accepts a growing list of optional attachments like the Crunch Situp, Dip Bar Handles and Chin Up Bar. Ships pre-assembled except for feet so you can start lifting in just a few minutes.
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The bench continues to impress me especially when I get on other benches. Many are a PIA to adjust and some haven't been very comfortable. Many have a novel way of adjusting their angle, as does this one, but Ironmaster got it right. Adjustment is really easy, quick, and reliable. You won't ever struggle to put it in a new position nor get on it to have it move a little and 'click' into position while squeezing out a set. Regarding comfort, I'm 6'2", 220lbs and find the firmness just right. The padding is a thicker than other benches and doesn't flatten out uncovering some weird bump or support beam underneath. But, it's not so thick that it will cause imbalance. The cover is still tear free, and b/c of its shape, it would be super simple to re-cover. It is a little narrower than other benches, and to those who deem this a fault, I'd argue it helps keep your lifting honest. If you're falling off, there's a possibility you may not be doing it right.
Again, if you're considering it, pony up and do it so you can get to work.