Rep Adjustable Bench – AB-3000 FID – 1,000 lb Rated – Flat/Incline/Decline
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- Heavy-duty 1000 lb rated adjustable weight bench, great for use with dumbbells smith machine, cage or power rack
- 54x26x17.5 inches. Pad measures 11.5 in wide at the shoulders. minimal pad gap between seat and back. 17.5 in high from floor to top of pad
- 7 ladder positions from 85 degree incline to -20 degree decline and 4 different seat position adjustments
- Vinyl covered rollers to keep your legs locked in place during decline work. Vinyl cover makes it easy to keep clean.
- 10 year warranty on frame, 30 days on pads. Rep Fitness is a REAL fitness equipment company located in Colorado, not just a distributor or importer like our competition! Our knowledgeable team of fitness gear experts is always here to help.
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Rep Fitness Adjustable Bench Features
The Rep Fitness adjustable bench is great for hitting multiple angles when you workout. The bench is capable of Flat, Incline, and Decline (FID) positions. Ideal for home and light commercial use, the bench has a thick, firm, 2.5" pad wrapped in very durable textured vinyl for maximum comfort and support. The solid steel ladder has 7 positions, from 85 degrees incline down to negative 20 degrees decline, while the seat has multiple adjustment angles to give you more support as your back angle changes.
Innovative features include a bare steel back adjustment ladder to prevent the chipping and flaking of paint from metal-on-metal contact seen on other adjustable benches. Wheels on the rear make it easy to transport by lifting the handle on the front of the bench.
- 85 lbs
- 17.5" floor to top of pad height
- 11.5" pad width at shoulders
- 7 different ladder adjustments and 4 different seat adjustments
- roller pads lock your legs into place for decline work
- Ships mostly assembled. 15 minute assembly time
- 10 year warranty on frame, 30 days on padding
**Important** Product comes mostly assembled, but be sure to tighten down the bolts/nuts. If you forget to do this, the bench won't feel as solid becuse some parts will be too loose. A socket wrench will greatly speed up assembly, but is not necessary.
Item Display Weight: 85.0 Pounds
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The bench made a great first impression when it arrived. What I remember most was thinking how heavy and SOLID it was. The welds were clean and the black powder coat was smooth and even. I was optimistic as I assembled it because I had been looking for a comfortable, STURDY incline bench for years that wasn't too terribly expensive. The pads were thick, firm and perfect for benching IMHO. The assembly went well and probably took me about 30 minutes. I could have gone a bit faster but I wasn't in a rush and was focused on tightening all the bolts evenly and in order.
It helped to watch the Rep Fitness assembly YouTube video, I recommend watching it or even better, use it as a reference as you step through the assembly as I did. Big kudos to Rep Fitness for going the extra mile to provide an assembly video, it was a big convenience for sure.
ONE YEAR after purchase:
I'm 45 years old, 6'1" 215lb and am using up to 325lb bench presses. Not once have I had a second thought about the bench itself during or after a lift which to me is saying a lot. The bench is still in perfect shape. The cushions AND stitching still looks new. The white insignia (branding) is starting to rub off the upper cushion but this is purely a cosmetic issue but I mention it anyway for full disclosure.
I've used and owned many benches over the last 20 years and this is easily the best one I've used in the home gym price range. I've nothing but positive feelings toward this bench and purchase so much so that I bought a second Rep Fitness bench yesterday as a gift for my brother.
Yes, I’m now a repeat customer.
As you can see from my review history here on Amazon, I rarely leave feedback unless the product has exceeded my expectations. Writing reviews take time and patience for me so I highly recommend considering this bench if you're in the market for one.
This bench is for real. It's built for serious home gym folks and the fact that it's made in the USA makes it that much better.
I was comparing this bench to the bowflex/cap ones, and I'm so glad I chose this one. I wanted flat, incline, and decline.
1. I originally purchased the bowflex one at my local Sports Authority because I got their dumbbells. Over-priced and cheaply made. The bowflex pad was so thin and you could squish it with a light touch... you could feel the wood underneath. Benching on it was not comfortable. You can see it from the side view picture that it's thin, but it also has no firmness. Some other cheapo cap/marcy ones there, but they felt like they might snap under me just by sitting on them (200lbs). When I'm laying down and have weights above my head? No thanks. The Rep Fitness pad is thick, firm, but still very comfortable. Exactly what you want in a bench.
2. 54x26x17.5" - The last spec is important - height. Proper benching means really sticking your feet on the ground and driving from the floor. So whether you're 5'5" or 6'4" (I'm 5'11), you've got your feet firmly planted on the ground. Most other benches are 20-22"... there is a reason the weight lifting competitions have a 17.7" max for their benches.
3. A lot of the other benches have welded parts that keep their ladder in place. If a bench fails... I feel like it would be there. The Rep ladder is a solid steel bolted ladder. No pins or welds here. Benches that have this type of solid steel ladder usually go $500-600+.
4. Longer warranty. I can see why, the thing is like a tank, and the stitching is well done. 85lbs vs 62lbs... The weight alone explains part of the story, where heavier gauge steel is definitely used in the Rep bench.
5. Coverings on the legs rollers. I know I will sweat at some point, and that sweat will be absorbed into the bowflex leg rollers. Easy wipe down for the rep fitness leg rollers.
6. More seating adjustments
Like others have said here, at this price, it almost feels like stealing. There is no way they will continue to sell it at this price. From my pictures, you can see the outside box was punched during shipping, but dang, they do a good job with boxing. Both pads had separate double wall boxes. Assembly was super easy. I followed along with the youtube video on their website and had the bench together in 20 mins. Socket wrench was useful, but it comes with tools. The only negative was one of the holes on the bottom of the pad had to be cut out with some scissors. A 10 second fix.
As you can see in their pictures, there are a ton of seat and back options for any type of lift.. Probably over 50 combinations to hit every part of your chest or shoulders, or some core work in full decline. It's super easy to adjust too.
There are wheels for easy moving as well. Which will be good when it goes into my garage and I can move it out of the way for my car.
My weights and barbell are a bit behind in shipping, but I love this bench and can't wait to put it to use!
Sturdy metal frame
Excellent pad thickness and firmness
Wheels and handle make it easy to move
3 position easy to adjust seat
Easy ladder or bench incline (5 position), decline (1 position), plus flat
No funky chemical smell from padding
Loud ladder when adjusting back pad incline (metal on metal)- resolved with several layers of electrical tape. The demo video was whisper quiet (a little misleading). Noise can be avoided by placing the bar in the incline notch but I prefer to adjust the back pad to the position I want by lifting the pad up. (lazy).
It's a little high (if your under 5' 6") to keep feet flat on the ground when lifting in the flat or decline position- resolved by using wood plank.
Wide seat. Not a huge con but more personal preference for a slimmer seat. The widest part of the seat is 15" prefer no more than 13"
Can't use front foot hold for decline bench position. It is slightly adjustable but not enough for me (too short..boo) but if you are over 5'6" this could be usable
No rubber padding on feet. If you are using this on a hard surface it will slide.