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Stamina 1690 Power Tower
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- Home workout device with multiple exercise stations
- Supports push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, tricep dips, and more
- Tough steel frame for solid support; no-slip end caps
- Freestanding design fits easily in home workout area
- Measures 50 x 81.5 x 41.5 inches (W x H x D); weighs 54 pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
I am 240 lbs (250 is the weight limit for this equipment) and the feeling is solid during use.
I'm 5'9 / 180lbs and it does not wobble during use for me. I did the push-ups, dips and pull-ups and it was stable throughout. As for the foam grips around parts of the handles, etc. they are comfortable for me. I don't have large hands so that's probably a factor. I also get a good reach / extension from the pull-bars so my reps with them feel alot better vs. my previous door frame bar.
I did alot of research for power towers before making this purchase. So for the price + free shipping, this tower gets the job done for me!
Initially I used one of those doorway pull up bars, and in all honesty it is an excellent piece of equipment that you can use to train many pull up variations, and is even suitable to train front levers and back levers. Heck, I still use my doorway bar in my bedroom closet. However, if you spend a lot of time doing this stuff and you want a little more versatility and elbow room, this tower fits the bill nicely without costing an arm and a leg. I am about 5'8 at ~135, so if you are a huge guy this may not be stable enough for you to do advanced exercises such as muscle ups, but if you are slow and controlled you can probably work around it. Keep in mind, though, that this equipment was not designed with muscle ups in mind, so do them at your own risk! However, it would still be great for all of the standard exercises, and even front and back levers.
First, this thing does have its limitations. The first thing I noticed is that the pull up bar is rather thin, which is not a huge deal it just means that pull ups will be easier. Besides that, the two bars that attach to the pull up bar are pretty close together, and you may have to work around them with some advanced exercises. This is something to be mindful of when doing full hanging leg raises. To that end, the sit up bar has a way of getting underfoot, but again, it's nothing that can't be worked around.Read more ›
A few comments from the install:
- make sure you have about 8' height clearance because the tower is exactly 7' high and you need additional clearance when pulling yourself up so you don't hit a ceiling. In my case I had it setup in the basement and had to use unfinished "utility" corner where ceiling is open.
- you NEED to use a wrench to tighten everything up. The provided flat-wrench piece is a joke.
- don't forget all the washers, 2 have to be used per every bolt.
- once you ready to attach the last piece (chin-up cross bar), screw it to one side, tilt the tower horizontally, and put a pressure on the other side to align the second screw hole with the other side.
A few comments from the use. I'm 150lbs, 5'10" and pull-up felt very solid, the tower was not shaking at all since on that side the center of gravity is where it supposed to be :) But once you go on the opposite side to do dips (great design idea to have it on the other side so you don't hit your head on pull-up bar), the center of gravity is off and structure will feel shaky. The fix is easy - I put two 35lb dumbbells on the bottom cross bar for extra weight down and its super solid now.
Every metal tube is heavy duty and high quality, the material feels very solid. With an exception of using dumbbells to stabilize the tower balance for dips, its perfect! Other similar towers with similar or worse construction and chin-up/dip on the same side cost 2x, 3x, or more. Definitely recommend it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sturdy construction and easy to install. Compact but has many uses. Only wish is that the bar for holding your feet for sit-ups was curved a bit in the center. Read morePublished 1 day ago by AC
Giving 2 stars because the parts that came in were not cut right. It took us twice as long as it should have taken to assemble this.Published 1 day ago by Richard
Excellent product. I absolutely love it and use it for daily.
Instructions are clear enough and assembly of the parts not very challenging. Read more
I am a fitness nut and buying this product eliminated several pieces of equipment that were always getting in the way when not in use. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ernest Trevino
Solid, easy to put together, amazing customer service, what else can I say? I just started using it. I am over 250, and it holds my weight easily.Published 3 days ago by timshel
This was fairly easy to assemble by myself. It has a 250lbs limit and it does not take up a lot of space. My only problem is it rocks or sways a lot when I do my pull ups. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rascoe1982
This tower is legit! I used to powerlift but after ignoring running/cycling for months (years?) I began to feel too bulky for distance pursuits so I returned to bodyweight... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Vadim I. Olshansky