j/fit Deluxe Doorway Pull-Up Bar with Comfort Grips - LONGEST LENGTH Pull Up BAR AVAILABLE 40" WIDE. (Pull-ups, Chin-ups, Push-ups, Sit-ups, and Dips!)
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- FITS WIDE DOORWAY FRAMES - LONGEST LENGTH BAR AVAILABLE- Fits doorway and openings up to 40” long.
- ADJUSTABLE COMFORT HAND GRIPS- SPECIAL FEATURE- Removable hand grips allow you to place the grips where they are comfortable for you, easy to adjust velcro closures. Easy to replace.
- VERSATILE USES - NOT ONLY GREAT FOR PULL-UPS AND CHIN-UPS! ALSO comes complete with mounting dots to perform SIT-UPS, CRUNCHES, AND TRICPT DIPS!
- USE IN MULTIPLE LOCATIONS - Comes complete with mounting brackets. Use different heights to perform pull ups, chin ups, and hanging leg raises. Easily moves from one location to another. Extra door mounts available.
- SAFETY BAR- Bar extrudes from one telescoping end vs both ends for safety purposes. Tighter threads and toggle ends make sure that bar is safely tight and secure. End caps for ultimate safety. Rubber stoppers for metal doors. Holds up to 300 lbs!
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From the manufacturer
Turn Any Doorway Into Your Home Gym
Easy to Fix
- Easy to move around from different heights.
- Extra long bar will fit most doors up to 40".
Adjustable Comfort Grips
Put the grips where you like them. Spread them wide, or keep them close. Velcro allows you to move them where you like to use them.
Great for Kids Gymnastic Use
Often used by children for gymnastics practice. Place a mat underneath for added safety.
- Easy to install safety brackets won't ruin doorway
- Built in safety features
- Used for both sit ups and pull ups
- Easy to set up and put away
Bar Extends from One End Only
Simply twist to extend bar. Unlike bars that extend from both sides, the j/fit bar extends from one end only to create a stronger safer bar.
Won't Ruin Your Woodwork
Small screws can be placed in even the nicest of woodwork. When ready to remove, simply putty, smooth and apply light paint. This method saves doorway woodwork more so than not as using safety end caps will not let the bar indent or mark the wood.
Complete Set with Everything You Need to Get Started
The doorway gym bar comes with a set of safety brackets, a set of sit up plugs and adjustable comfort grips. Extra end caps and grips are available through purchase.
Great for Sit Ups and Push Ups
Install the red sit up dots to the bottom of your doorway and use the bar control your sit ups. Add a medicine ball for added resistance.
Fits in most doorways from 31" to 40".
Located in Vancouver Washington
Customer support team that answers the phone and your questions.
Easy to Install
You Only Need A Screwdriver
Install in minutes. The safety end caps keep your door from being damaged or marked up and keeps you safe. Please check doorway bar before each use to make sure it is tightly installed.
- Easy to take down when not in use
- Easy to move from top of doorway to bottom
- Place it at proper height for your needs
Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging
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However, the problem with the bar is this: you have to install it exactly as you see it in the product photo, which shows the man doing a chin-up at the right-hand side of the doorway. This way, when you slightly turn the bar as you pull up, the bar tightens. We had it installed the other way, so I was at the left of the doorway. When I'd pull myself up, I'd slightly loosen the bar, until eventually it fell from its brackets.
My husband does not recall a warning about this in the instructions, but he may have overlooked it. So please be careful with this bar. It's a good bar, as long as it is installed exactly as in the photograph. Also be aware that as the bar tightens with every use (when installed properly), you may want to loosen it periodically so it doesn't cause distortion by digging too hard into the door frame.
Several hundred pull-ups later, I'm a believer.
It's true that you can't move the grips, which is a little awkward....but this thing won't budge, even without the brackets. (I weigh 160 lbs)
UPDATE 6/14/2014: Turns out that it is /very/ important that you place this in a door frame. If you try to put it between two regular walls (ie a hallway), you're pretty much guaranteed to damage your wall. This means that the bar only really works if you have a spare doorway that you don't use - a bit unfortunate, since my new apartment doesn't have any.
UPDATE 5/25/2015: So, installing without screwing it in DOES work, you just have to be mindful of tightness every time you use it. Because of the design, where you twist to tighten and loosen, as you do pull ups on one side of it or the other, you tend to twist it in that direction...after about a year, it managed to loosen enough that it came off mid-pull up. Of course, that's after a /year/, so as long as you're mindful of the tightness and make sure to tighten it regularly or check before each use, you shouldn't have any issues.
-Holds at least 210 lbs in narrow doorways
-Stable when tightened (only slipped once on me because it wasn't tight enough)
-Leaves black smudge marks on your door frame from the rubber ends (these are easy to clean with rubbing alcohol)
-Seizes up after regular use
The bar extends by twisting one end of the bar into the door frame while pressing the other end against the opposite side. My bar no longer twists and feels like it's jammed inside. I had trouble removing it from the door frame and can't seem to unlock it. It worked great when it worked, but now I have to buy a new one. At $31, it comes to roughly $10 per month if you have to buy a new bar every 3 months, or $120/year.
Do follow the instructions with installation, leveling, and subsequent use (eg do pullups from the side where you can only tighten the bar, instead of accidentally loosening it)
Most recent customer reviews
Very tightly fastened on the door way using nails... feels safe!