|Item Dimensions LxWxH||16 x 24 x 31 inches|
|Maximum Weight Recommendation||400 Pounds|
|Included Components||Dip Station|
|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||30.5 x 26 x 4 inches|
|Package Weight||11.23 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||23.5 Pounds|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty. Terms and Conditions Apply.|
|Model Name||ProSource ps-1064-ds-black Dip Station Black|
|Number of Items||1|
Thursday, Dec 8
Ships from: Amazon.com Sold by: Amazon.com
Save with Used - Very Good
Friday, Dec 9
Ships from: Amazon Sold by: Amazon Warehouse
ProsourceFit Dip Stand Station, Heavy Duty Adjustable Height Upper Body Equipment for Home Gym for Tricep Dips, Pull-Ups, Push-Ups, L-Sits
Enhance your purchase
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||16 x 24 x 31 inches|
About this item
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Rubber feet help to prevent slipping, and a stabilizing safety connector extends length between bars from 16 1/4" to 23 1/4"
- Padded grips make it comfortable to build muscle without weights by performing dips, l-sits, push-ups, inverted rows
- Each bar is 24" wide, 31" high, and is adjustable up to 35", so you can set them Parallel or staggered for more exercise variety
- Powder coated, sturdy iron tubes can support up to 400 lbs., so you can safely train chest, triceps, shoulders and core
Customers also search
From the manufacturer
ProsourceFIT makes high quality products for strength and resistance training, performance, muscle recovery, yoga and Pilates. Our fitness equipment is made with commercial gym quality at prices that also makes them ideal for home workouts. We exist to inspire active, healthy lifestyles with products that make fitness attainable and enjoyable for everyone. Our extensive line of equipment is perfect for home workouts, personal trainers, CrossFit boxes, yoga studios, and gyms of all types.
Train your entire upper body and build core strength without weights or bulky equipment that takes up too much space. The ProsourceFit Dip Station sculpts muscles with your own body weight as resistance and is adjustable in height to accommodate all sizes and heights. Made of durable iron, the body press bar is surprisingly light and can be broken down for easy storage. Use for a range of exercises like push-ups, L-sits, classic dips and more!
- Sturdy iron tubes can support up to 400lbs
- Adjustable bar heights to accommodate all shapes and sizes, or for more exercise variety with staggered or parallel bar options
- Ideal for upper body and core workouts
- Easy to assemble and break down
- Available in red, yellow and black
Constructed of ultra durable iron bars that comes with a stabilizing connector for extra support, you can workout with a peace of mind knowing the dip bars can hold up to 400lbs. Rubber soles on the bottom provide the added security of having a non-slip base so it will stay put no matter how intense your workouts are.
Suitable for Everyone
The dip bars are adjustable in heights ranging from 31” to 35”, allowing for adaptability to different levels of fitness requirements. Active enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes can tailor the height for comfortable workouts. Advanced athletes looking to train and increase strength can challenge their bodies with staggered heights to push through plateaus and reach the next level!
Most workout equipment stays put once they are assembled, but not the ProsourceFit Dip Station! It is quick to assemble and can also be broken down just as easily making it ideal for space saving home storage. Not home much? Simply pack it with you in the trunk of your car without it taking up too much space! Now you can continue to work on your upper body and core strength wherever you go.
Train your entire upper body with the Prosource Fit Dip Station. This adjustable parallel dip bar allows you to perform a variety of exercises using your bodyweight to strengthen and build your upper body.
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
Reviews with images
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Only took about 15 minutes to put it all together. There's only 8 screws you need to use, and everything fit just fine. The metal seems perfectly adequate, especially since the "weakest link" will probably be one of the screws, since it too is holding your weight up.
The metal tubing is plenty fat, so your hands won't hurt nearly as much as smaller diameter tubing would when doing dips.
There are a lot of choices for this kind of dip bar, so it can be a bit unnerving pulling the plug and hoping you chose right. Let this review give you confidence in this unit. I'm 5'8", 190 lbs. Sure you have to bend your knees a bit, but you likely would have to on any unit, and it's only natural to do when performing dips anyway because you're looking to prevent body sway.
There were no defects, no paint missing, no sharp edges. The manual is a bit too small in its pics to tell how to assemble the pieces, but you'll quickly see how it goes together and it's no biggie.
Buy this unit; join me in some dips. Just be careful to not do too many the first day you get it. Dips can make you SO SORE.
I just did 7, and tomorrow I'll probably do the same. And eventually work up to maybe 15 per day, 4 or 5 times per week.
I divide my body up into 11 main muscle groups and only do one set per muscle group, repeating this daily, with many "miss" days scattered in either because I'm too tired or too busy. But this kind of home exercise routine where you just do a little each day and try to build consistency works pretty well for someone not trying to go overboard with working out. You might consider doing the same! Good luck to all!
Needless to say I'm an adult now (kind of) and learned my lesson well about the questionable stability of dining chairs for the sake of acrobatics back then.
I bought the "Lite" Dipping Station version. Despite the listed weight capacity of up to 400lbs, I wasn't sure if this would be sturdy enough to handle my heavy body weight so I really hestitated between this one and other ones, but I've had it for about 3 months now; it's still trucking same as it did on day one.
This is a good one. It doesn't adjust up/down like some stations, but instead is basically two heavy duty bars connected to the bottom parts. I think that's what makes it so solid. It's very few pieces, and a lot of good heavy soldering where they connect. I'm glad I got this one instead of the kind that might "adjust down" on me unexpectedly while I'm using it. It's weird that an item named "lite" seems better to me than one named "pro"..? but... whatever. They're completely different styles and this one's a way better design for what I wanted and was looking for. Nice and solid, no up and down adjustables relying on little pins. Just solid.
The dipping bars were pretty easy to put together and came with the only tool it needed (for putting in the screws.) It was easier than putting together a metal bedframe; it took maybe 5 minutes including reading the directions; you just have to pay attention to where the holes are on the lower part (like where the connecting bar goes. between the two) Otherwise it'll take an extra minute as you flip it.
The connecting bar keeps the two dipping bars from skidding on smooth flooring, so I'd recommend putting it on, especially if you're a heavier weight, even though it's not necessarily needed. It keeps the bars together so you don't have to worry about it sliding.
The cushion "handles" on the station are actually comfortable. No weird smell or any "stickiness" from them although it's gotten hot this summer. I didn't know at first if I'd like them, but they're good, and so far have been very durable.
Getting it has made it SO much easier for me to do a little exercise more frequently without the exhaustion of setting up anything or planning to exercise, or the pressure of doing it for a set period of time. Once it's put togther, there's nothing to adjust, prep, or set up. It's just there: you can do it as you walk from your room to whereever or back, or not, and it takes literally no extra mental or physical effort or good intentions or planning. You either do or you don't, because it's right there and on the way. Stick it in front of a doorway and it's great. It's accessible. You don't have to take it out or put it away. And it barely takes any space. (Unlike my slant bench... that doesn't quite fit the room when set up... that I have to pull out to even use, and takes up a bunch of horizontal real estate I could use.)
There are some things that when you buy them, they help you with your life, and this has been one of them, so thanks, company. You did a good job, and it's appreciated. I needed it.