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Stamina 1690 Power Tower

4.6 out of 5 stars 917 customer reviews
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  • Service provided by a local pro
  • Assembly of 1 customer-supplied power tower
  • Moving tower to another location is not included
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  • Typical assembly time of 2 hours
  • Longer assembly times may result in additional service fees
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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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Product Description

Forget power hour, meet the Stamina 1690 Power Tower. If you're serious about working out, this is just the unit for you. Features comfortable, secure, foam hand-grips for ergonomic push ups, pull ups, and chin ups. This one simple piece also features tricep dips, vertical knee raises, and versatile workouts for chest, abs, back, and arms. Includes slip end caps. 250-pound weight capacity.   About Stamina Products, Inc. Founded in 1987, Stamina is dedicated to building a stronger, healthier you. The company supplies high-quality products at excellent value to the fitness and leisure markets, showcasing hundreds of products around the world over the past two decades. Stamina is responsible for such brands as Body by Jake, Suzanne Somers, Tony Little, and more. Their mission is straightforward and admirable: Stamina strives to outperform the competition by maintaining effective communication, consistent quality, and superior service. They will continue to pursue perfection through the design excellence of these home fitness products. Versatile strengthening tower. Durable steel construction. Compact design for small spaces. Dimensions: 49L x 42.5W x 81H inches. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 51 x 27 x 4 inches ; 61 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 61 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B015EPIQWY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (917 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,201 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Having this system in my home has enabled me to gradually build the muscle strength necessary for chin-ups and pull-ups. It was easy to assemble, and has proven over the past year to be stable and well built. My only complaint is that the main vertical bars angle slightly inward (I assume for added stability), which crowds the pull-up bar space between them. I'm still able to do great wide-grip pull ups, but basic pull-ups can feel a little cramped. Overall, though, I'm very glad I bought this system and would buy it again without hesitation.
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At under $100 this chin up/tricep dip is a great value. The item arrived without any damage and was easy to assemble with one person without any additional tools.

I am 240 lbs (250 is the weight limit for this equipment) and the feeling is solid during use.
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Just received this awesome purchase yesterday and I have to say I'm impressed. First off, the delivered packaging box was slightly damaged but thankfully nothing inside was harmed. Every nut, bolt, washer, etc. was intact and no missing parts! The tools needed to put the tower together were included. It will take about an hour or so to complete solo.

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!
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Ok so I bought this sucker thinking I could do an actual pullup. Turns out I'm a fat ass who thinks I can achieve amazing feats that are nearly impossible. The thing is strong however. I'm 175 lb woman and it doesn't move at all when I pull myself off of the floor 5 inches repeating nearly two times. Thank god for my friend who loaned me assist bands to use with this. I put this power tower together in about an hour all by myself. Maybe in about 5 years I can do an actual pull up.
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I started training advanced calisthenics exercises in February of this year. With this type of training, there are several pieces of equipment that can be very useful, but the one essential item is something to pull yourself up on. I find that a good pull up bar or a set of gymnastic rings fits the bill perfectly. But with a quality bar this cheap, it's easy to get both!

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.
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Dips and pullups are what I wanted to be able to do and this is a great piece of equipment to do just that. It's sturdy, easy to assemble, and doesn't take up too much room. I am 6'3" and 220 lbs and it works for me no problem.
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Had this less than 6 months and the cross bar has already fallen off. I weigh 150 so this should have been able to handle it. The piece that the screws into has fallen out...good thing it didn't fall out while I was doing pullups.
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I assembled this power tower in less than an hour; it's very solid as far as I'm concerned (6'2", weight 180). Use good tools and you shouldn't have any problems with wobbliness. You may be 'fooled' at first, since once assembled there is a certain amount of 'give' to it, which is evident if you pull on it asymetrically when it's assembled, and prior to actually using it. But this is fine, since YOUR weight when using it, reverses this 'give' and in fact makes the apparatus feel very solid and secure--particularly if you consider than the workout you do on it will involve exercises that involve symmetrical placement of the body (dips, pull ups, crunches, etc.) I can't speak for how it works with someone using it at the extreme end of the recommended user's weight (250 lbs.)

One consideration is the size: Look at the dimensions. In inches, it might not seem so formidible, space-wise, but it amounts to an apparatus that's 7 ft. high, over 4' wide (the pull-up grip bar), and 41.5 inches deep. Make sure you have the room for it--and it's not portable. It won't move easily through a standard doorway without partially disassembling it.
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