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Phoenix 99403 Power Stand II
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- Multi-station exercise stand for performing diverse workouts
- Uses body weight as resistance for greater strength and balance
- Stations for pull-ups/chin-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, dips, and more
- Sturdy steel construction adds durability and lasts for years
- Measures 46 x 87 x 45 inches (W x H x D); 1-year frame warranty
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Phoenix 99403 Power Stand II - Additional Information Utilizes body weight to create resistance Multi-station exercise stand allows for diverse workouts Functions include VKR (vertical knee raise), dip station, pull-ups, chin-ups, push-ups, and sit-ups Crafted from strong steel for long lasting durability and long lasting use Manufacturer's warranty : Frame - 2 years, Other Parts - 90 days Body weight resistance system. Durable steel construction. 250-pound weight capacity. Assembled dimensions: 46L x 45W x 87H inches. Manufacturer's warranty : Frame - 2 years, Other Parts - 90 days.
Top Customer Reviews
Easily assembled following included instructions in about 90 minutes.
Materials seem like they will last.
Space between uprights is very narrow. I'm 6'2" and 170lbs (aka bean pole), and I find the space between the uprights to be minimally acceptable.
The base is not wide enough, nor heavy enough, to provide a safe feeling while doing dips... mine wobbles back-and-forth.
The inner chin-up bars are too close to the back-rest making them worthless because my body is pressed into the back-rest while gripping them.
The holes for the locking pins that hold the dip/ab handles in place do not line up quite right making it a pain in the rear to switch modes.
I would not recommend this stand to a friend. It suffices for pull-ups, abs, and dips. It does not work for chin-ups. I do not always feel safe while using it.
The stand is fine. Yes it shakes, but a Public Gym stand weighs in at over 200 pounds and this one is slightly more than 60 pounds. Pull ups, dips, and leg lifts are easy and no issues. It is a tall piece of gear, I am 5'9" and it works very well for me!
Update: After using this for a week, I found that really tightening down the bolts makes all the difference in the world. No more shaking! Much better when doing dips, lifts, and pull ups.
This is what I found out to be the negative things about this piece of equipment:
*The instructions and illustrations are very bad. In the pictures all screws and bolts look the same when in fact there are several different lengths. It ended up being a guessing game for me but I finally figured it out and I actually put everything together myself.
*The rubber handles that go on the pull up bars are almost impossible to put on. The instructions suggested using soapy water but that didn't help me one bit. I was so frustrated that I ended up not putting them on.
*The bars for wide grip pull ups are a little too wide for my liking but maybe this is standard width so I don't think the manufacturer did anything wrong. I'm a 5'7" female so maybe for a man this would be the perfect width.
Here's my list of positive things........
*Shipping was super fast! It came days before the scheduled delivery
*I read that some people had problems with the sturdyness of the Phoenix but I'm very happy with how solid it is. The top part is not as sturdy as the bottom but it's still pretty solid and a great piece of equipment for the money you're paying. I put a mat underneath made for heavy gym equipment and it works great.
*I chose the Phoenix because it has different grip positions for the pull ups.
*Compared to a lot of other towers this one is a great space saver! Because you have access to both the pullup bars and ab work station from the front you can put it all the way against the wall. I have a small work out area in my house and this fits right in a corner.
Overall I love the Phoenix and I'm so glad I got it! I'm working out on it every day! Just make sure you measure the height in the room where you are planning on putting it to make sure it fits and I highly recommend that you assemble it where you'll be using it. It's a pretty heavy piece and I don't think it fits through most standard doorways once you've assembled it. Also make sure you have some great tools, you will need them!