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XMark Lat Pulldown and Low Row Cable Machine XM-7618
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- High and low pulley stations
- 400 lb. maximum load capacity
- For use with standard or Olympic plate weights
- 11-gauge steel mainframe construction with scratch resistant powder coat finish
- Optional cable machine attachments and bars are available from Xmark
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The XMark Lat Pull-down and Low Row Cable Machine XM-7618 targets the upper back, shoulders and arms. The XMark XM-7618 is uses 11-gauge 2" x 3" steel, nylon coated aircraft quality cables, extra-thick 3" Dura craft cushion, a flip-up footplate for use with the low row bar and two 14" chrome Olympic sleeve adaptors. Also included is tear resistant Dura guard vinyl, skid-resistant feet and a baked powder coat finish. Included are bars for lat pull downs, low rows, bicep curls, tricep presses and shrugs. Optional machine attachments and bars are available from XMark. Features: • Chrome plated lat pull-down bar and low row bar • Nylon coated, aircraft quality (2200 lb. test) cables • Heavy duty 11-gauge 2" x 3" construction • High and low pulley stations • For use with Olympic or standard weight plates • Chrome plated Olympic adapter sleeves included • Extra-thick 3" Dura craft cushion • Tear resistant Dura guard vinyl • Oversized 4.33" vinyl covered thigh pads with chrome end caps • Textured rubber hand grips • Flip-up diamond foot plate • Baked powder coat finish • Bolted on, skid resistant feet • 400 lb. maximum load capacity • Dimensions: 56.7"L x 48"W x 82.7"H
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The machine is a great price of equipment to have in your home gym. It works everything from back, to biceps, triceps, shoulders, even traps. The machine is very versatile and is is the most used equipment in my personal gym, along with other xmark product. It's very smooth to operate and seems rugged to use. The max weight says it can handle four hundred pounds and I believe that's accurate, even though I don't lift that heavy. It's still a heavy duty gym accessory.
A big plus I have to handed it to is that it comes with two high qaulity bars. One large rotating lat bar and the other a short rotating bar. Mostly use it for cable bicep curls, and everything tricep. So that's a big plus in my book.
The only big complain that I have that everyone seems to have post is the instructions. Though they are not complicated by any means. When you assemble this machine, make sure you wire the cables through it when putting it together to save you time and stress. Trust me, they didn't explain that method in the instructions and viewing the reviews before purchasing really helped so I'm doing my civic duty to past on the knowledge to potential buyers.
So in closing. Would I purchase this machine again? Absolutely. The price here seems well for what you get. Notice that this isn't commercial qaulity. Though like I said "it's rugged and heavy duty". I'm the only one who uses it. So if you are planning to open a big gym better on paying more. But for personal use, I wouldn't look much further.
I've only had this piece of equipment for a week and can't testify to how well it stands up to the long haul but so far I'm impressed with the functionality. The movement of the cables and the slide along the rails is smooth and seamless. I am also pleased with the craftsmanship. Nothing on this machine feels flimsy.
I'm more than pleased with the olympic adapter sleeves that come with the XM-7618, as I only have olympic plates.
I'm just under 6' in height and have no problem with the high pulley but I feel like it might not be high enough for taller individuals.
I can't attest to the XM-7618's "Limited Lifetime Warranty" as I, of course, haven't had occasion to use it yet but X-Mark has a whole section of their website dedicated to spelling it out for you.
My only complaint is that the low pulley is a little too low for my taste. It's so low that during seated rows the pull line is low into my crotch and not higher into my stomach. To compensate during low pulley rows, my overly-dominant upper traps are engaged and half the movement is a slight shrug. This could be remedied by stacking something underneath the machine but that seems like a pain in the ass.
Also, a word to the wise: when you get to the part in the instructions about attaching the pulleys make sure to be threading the corresponding cable through as you do so. The instructions left this out and I assumed I could just thread the cables through when I was done. Hahaha This is not the case.
All in all, I'm happy with this purchase. It's a handsome, sturdy piece of equipment that gets the job done. I will report back in the next year if anything breaks down or proves unreliable.
This product is still going strong in my home-gym. No issues and I'm still happy with this purchase.