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XMark Multi-Function Power Tower With Vertical Knee Raise, Dip Station, Push-Up station, and Pull-Up Station Featuring A Narrow and Wide Grip XM-4434
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- Multi-Function Power Tower With Vertical Knee Raise, Dip Station, Push-Up station, and Pull-Up Station
- Extra thick 2 inch high-density cushions and double stitched, tear-resistant Duraguard vinyl
- Heavy 14-gauge steel mainframe construction with scratch resistant powder coat finish
- Skid resistant rubber feet to protect your floors
- 350 lb. user weight capacity
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The XM-4434 is designed to define your upper body and build powerful ab and back muscles. The chin up/pull up bar cuts up your upper back and arm muscles, ergonomically-spaced twin dip handles work your triceps, raised push up handles define the chest and a vertical knee raise station enhances your abs while strengthening your core. All handles on the XMark Power Tower with Dip Station and Pull Up Bar are covered in non-slip rubber to eliminate hand slippage as you build your perfect body. Product specs: Dip handles 21.5" apart, back cushion: 14” L x 11” W, forearm pads: 12” L x 4” W.
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Takes up very little space for it's many functions.
Supports the use of resistance bands during all functions (even pushups if you want).
Sturdy construction, very light and easy to move out of the way as needed
It's feet come off easily when dragging it around (ours also only came with 3 to begin with, 3D printed a 4th)
Slightly lopsided on a hard surface (concrete garage). This allows it to wobble during dips if you're really pushing yourself and your body shakes a bit
Overall I'm completely satisfied with this. I wish there were a better solution than weighing it down with plates to stop the shaking, but it's not hard to to anyways. More than adequate for a home gym.
Cons- padding is terrible.
the back mat and arm rests are slippery making it harder to really do any ab work. the "dip bars" if thats what you want to call them. They are more like handles. They are terrible actually almost dangerous. The little grips for dips actually can promote bad form if you are not careful. The grips for pull ups are very bad. they are spongy and slippery. A thin rubber sleeve could have sufficed. The pull up bar is a bit uncomfortable. what i mean by that is to say that there arent variation handles or additional bars or grips for different types of pull ups. you have, chin ups, wide grip and close grip. thats it for pull ups. thats not very good. 3 stars is mainly for price. i feel like the design could be better and made to be a bit more versatile.
The tower arrived 6 days before scheduled via FedEx. The packaging was as good as anything I've received, and better than most (I've had a lot of "put it together yourself" items shipped to me over the years). All of the bolts, washers and nuts were heat sealed with plastic over white cardboard, and had the item number (both catalog and manual reference) and number of items printed under the group. After laying out all of the parts, removing the bolts, nuts and washers from their packaging (and laying them out on the top of the box with their manual numbers marked under each group), I found putting the tower together by myself very easy - tools I used were one ratchet with two different size sockets and an adjustable wrench to hold the bolt head while ratcheting the nut (I was missing the proper size wrench). Everything fit together without problem, outside of one supporting bracket with a C end that was a little tight - but just had to use a little gentle force to get it around the strut.
The tower itself it very well constructed and sturdy. I weigh 215 lbs and haven't felt any insecurity in doing regular pull-ups, dips, etc. As others have mentioned, I could see the tower needed some sand bags or other weight to prevent tipping if you get real wild in swinging, etc.
1) The push-up handles are on the wrong damn side, and cant be moved. Not that big of a deal...
2) The wood that the seat and arm rests are made of worries me. The bolts keep getting looser, and I keep wondering when the wood is going to finally crack and break, and the bolts will strip out from needing tp be re-tightened every few days.
Otherwise I love this thing, and use it almost daily. As long as you don't act like a monkey on it (as I have) it is perfectly stable, even on my carpet.
It was a PITA to put together by myself, just fair warning.
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1. It wobbles a bit a few months after installing.Read more