- Product Dimensions: 49 x 25 x 65 inches ; 91 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 108 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004OVNNE6
- Item model number: XM-4437.1
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
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XMark Vertical Knee Raise with Dip Station XM-4437.1
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- Vertical knee raise, dip and push-up stations
- Dip and push-up handles with rubber grips
- 14-gauge steel mainframe construction with scratch resistant powder coat finish
- Extra thick 2.5-inch high-density cushion and double stitched, tear-resistant Duraguard vinyl
- Tough skid resistant feet helps protect your floors against damage
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The XMark Vertical Knee Raise with Dip Station will provide defined abs, stronger arms, a well-developed chest, and a strong back. While the vertical knee raise station targets your core and abs the push-up station focuses on your chest. Twin dip handles are ergonomically spaced to help give a great dip workout to strengthen arms and shoulders. Simple, basic, rugged and, most of all, effective, the XM-4437 vertical knee raise enables an impressive list of exercises packed into one product. Sculpt, build and define your body with XMark, the mark of excellence.
Top Customer Reviews
My only complaint is that the unit is not adjustable for people with long arms. I am 6'4", 230lbs, with 27" sleeve length. I will need to modify the hand grips or move the back pad farther back to make the unit work for me. As it is, it's too cramped and I cannot straighten my arms out to grip the handles.
The unit flexes a little when doing dips. Great vkr for a normal sized person, but not perfect for taller/heavier people.
After putting the entire dip station together, I noticed that it wasn't level (it wobbled a little bit). Then I thought to myself, how many stations do you see at the gym with a 2.5lbs plate stuck underneath one of the corners? Quite a few... My workaround was just to fold up a piece of construction paper to close the gap and make it level.
As far as the product feels when using it, it's very sturdy and fully functional as advertised. Hope to get a lot of use out of it.
Also, once assembled, the unit will not be completely level and may rock slightly, no matter where it is on the floor. If this is the case, simply loosen all the structural bolts to where they're pretty snug but not anywhere near wobbly. Then get on the unit and do some knee lifts, chin dips, then knee lifts again. The connection will settle and the machine will be flat on the ground. At that point slowly tighten the bolts back to full rigidity. Probably best to have someone putting weight on the machine, possibly standing on the lower bars and arches while you tighten.
Yes, that seems like a lot, but between that and the drilling only took an extra 10-15 minutes. Am I happy that I had to do that? No, but this thing is half the price of some units that are similar, so you have to take that into consideration.
One last thing; the cotter pins for the sit-up attachment are not the right size, they go in the hole and hold the pads up but they don't click in as they are too small. A trip to the hardware store may be in order to replace the pin or use a bolt and lock washer combination.
Again, you get what you pay for but it's still a decent deal, in the end you'll have a gym-looking and solid feeling machine that is sturdy and safe, you just have to put in a few extra minutes during assembly.
Very sturdy. I'm 5 11, 180 and it doesn't budge when I'm doing dips are leg raises.
This is the second Xmark product I've purchased and they have both been top quality.
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