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Vertical Knee Raise with Dip Station
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- Safe, no-slip step-up entry
- Thick DuraFirm back and arm pads
- Heavy-gauge steel frames with all-4-side welded
- Comfortable oversized handgrips
- Ideal for home and commercial use
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Top Customer Reviews
The space required is small - we have a fairly full exercise room and managed to make room in a corner easily due to the small foot print.
Very stable doing knee lifts or dips - I weigh 225 and there is no give or flex at all to it - and it never rocks even when working the obliques. For my wife the steps make it easy to mount for the knee raises - I can get in to position standing on my toes, I'm 6 foot 1 inch tall. For dips I need to bend at the knees a little bit to keep my toes off the ground but not much.
If a person is looking for a good quality device for these exercises - this is one I am very comfortable recommending.
Easy to assemble as well. Others have said you need several wrenches or whatever. I used what I had on-hand: a vice grips pliers and an adjustable crescent wrench (medium). But whatever you use to tighten things, you do need two tools of some sort to make it really easy.
I have another assembly tip that might save you some frustration and a bonk on the head. There are two main pieces, the two tall sides. If you look at the photo above, you will see one connecting bar on the bottom and one on the upper back. I tried to put these in while the tall sides were vertical. WRONG. You should lay them down horizontally and attach both pieces while it's laying down. THEN stand it up. The instructions are all visual, so you would not necessarily think to do it this way. Once those two connecting pieces are secure, you've got no worries. All the rest of the parts are pads and handles and plugs. No sweat.
It's wonderful to use. I can REALLY feel the burn on the knee lifts, whether knees straight up or raising my legs from the hip. Wow. Yet it's super-comfy arm pads and back pad make it a pleasant, secure experience. Very well-balanced too, so it NEVER shakes or rocks.
I actually got mine directly from Bayou Fitness, but it's the same piece of equipment. (Ordered it on a Monday and got it Fed-Ex on Thursday.)
Great buy, great quality, VERY pleased. Clue to its durability? They give you touch-up paint, which says to me that they expect you to get years of use out of the equipment. Nice.
It is painted (powder coated - a plus) in silver gray with black cover accents. Solid black commercial bolts, washers and locknuts with nylon nuts that insure that tight fit. 8 bolts (2 per side) for the cross bar on the bottom and back support bar. 6 bolts (2 each) for the elbow pads & 2 for the back support pad, 2 bolts (1 each) for the vertical handles (the dip handles are welded on, a good thing) and that's it (Did it myself). Nothing was missing, bent or broken (was I lucky or excellent quality assurance?). A woman can actually put this together, but I'd recommend two people. It does come with a small bottle of paint for any small scratches. I did use it for some very minor areas that needed it, during the shipment. It took all, but 30 minutes to assemble 9 loose parts, easy. Everything else is welded on a 2x2 heavy duty gauge steel including the dip bars as stated before, from the arm rests down to the footing and steps.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product. Easy assembly and it is sturdy and does everything it claims. I wish it had a pull-up bar, but I bought it knowing that it doesn't, so no stars lost. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chadwick
You can;t go wrong with this company, at least we haven't so far. Easy to assemble and very solid. Excellent purchase!Published 11 months ago by Lori Pescatore
Overall I like this piece of equipment. Very sturdy and nice appearance. Grips are well positioned and solid. Easy to assemble. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kim
This is a great Knee Raise Station. It's easy to put together, it's sturdy, and it has solid/stable feel to it like the ones used at the public gyms. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Asbestos Eater
Top quality equipment and unbeatable pricing through Amazon.Published 19 months ago by Doug Krzyaniak
The construction is durable. The only problem was the bolt holes did not match up so assembly was much more difficult.Published 23 months ago by Anna
Easy to assemble, built to last- I am certain it will outlast me. Regarding the problems some shorter people were reporting, I am 5'4 inches tall and have no problems with it at... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Lance
This is a wonderful addition to my home gym. The product is very well made and easy to assemble. My only design suggestion is that the hand grips should be a little longer to... Read morePublished on July 15, 2014 by Randy Baker
A very solid knee raise tower. Goes together well, with all parts fitting as they should. If you can use a knee raise (captain's chair) tower, this one is excellent.Published on April 25, 2014 by Walter R. Sereth