Best Fitness Flat/Incline/Decline Folding Bench, Red
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- Combination flat, incline and decline bench for barbell and dumbbell exercises
- 5 starting positions, from 10-degree negative decline to 70-degree positive incline
- Can be folded for easy storage
- Measures 46 x 43 x 138 cm (W x H x D); 3-year warranty
- No assembly required. Just open the box and start working out
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Best Fitness BFFID10 Folding Weight Bench
Shortened design allows proper form and positioning for incline press and shoulder press exercises on all racks. The seat pad adjusts to eight positions, so users of all sizes can perform bent-knee sit-ups and ab crunches with proper lower-back support. More than 1,000-pound capacity.
- Designed to fit Smith Machines, power racks, and press racks
- Ladder-style back quickly and securely adjusts to 6 positions
- Thick, durable DuraFirm upholstery
- Includes T-bar leg hold-down attachment
- Built-in wheels for easy transport
- Dimensions: 22 x 59 x 27 inches (H x L x W)
|Capacity||300 lbs.||500 lbs.||500 lbs.||600 lbs.||800 lbs.||600 lbs.|
|Pad Thickness||1.75"||2"||1.5"||2.5" DuraFirm||2.75" DuraFirm||2.5" DuraFirm|
|Dimensions in Flat Position||55" Long, 18" Wide, 17" High||57" Long, 16" Wide, 18" High||50" Long, 26" Wide, 21" High||54" Long, 27" Wide, 22" High||55" Long, 18" Wide, 17" High||66" Long, 28" Wide, 19" High|
|Leg Hold Down||NA||NA||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Capacity||600 lbs.||1,000 lbs.||800 lbs.||1,000 lbs||1,000 lbs||600 lbs.|
|Pad Thickness||2.5" DuraFirm||2.5" DuraFirm||2.5" DuraFirm||2.75" DuraFirm||2.75" DuraFirm||2.75" DuraFirm|
|Seat Positions||1||1||4||3||Syncs to Backpad||Syncs to Backpad|
|Dimensions in Flat Position||61" Long, 18" Wide, 19" High||50" Long, 23" Wide, 19" High||50" Long, 21" Wide, 18" High||58" Long, 26" Wide, 18" High||67" Long, 26" Wide, 18" High||70" Long, 28" Wide, 23" High|
|Leg Hold Down||NA||NA||NA||NA||✓||✓|
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- No flat position! It is actually worse than not being flat it actually dips down in the middle so that there is no way to actually have a flat back. Further when measured the legs are about an inch higher than than the back. So if you use it for a bench press you will be slightly declined.
- It is narrow, but I knew that based on the measurements to start.
It is very sturdy and a good price.
I gave it two stars because if you are using it for any incline/decline activity it is fine. It is also ok with the leg/preacher attachment.
Overall I really wish I would have purchased something different.
The bench comes with the legs folded under the padded parts. You unfold it and then either insert the bolts (if the bench is going to stay assembled) or put the pins in those slots (if the bench is to be folded and stored) All my hardware was included, with extra tools. The pins are tough and require a bit of oomph to open and shut.
It came nearly fully assembled. All I had to do was either install the bolts that were included, or use the pin that came with it for fast breakdown. That is great!
One common complaint is that the bench is narrow. It is narrow, but to do dumbbell exercises I didn't feel that it needed to be large. I'm an average sized guy, but if you were larger I would try it out first. Another complaint is that it would be short. I can see this one a bit easier. I am about 5'11 and I have to scoot down quite a bit.
One thing that I didn't really like is that there is no tab to lock the bench in the fully upright position. It does stop in the upright position, but if you wobbled back and forth I think you could ride it back to the next tab.
Another thing to keep in mind is that if you want to use it for decline lunges it is a bit unstable. But again its not designed for that.
It is narrow and very space conscious so if you're 7 feet tall I would not really recommend this bench. I'm 5 foot 6 and I sit on the edge and let my legs hang over the side, even so if I shift too much my head won't even fit on the bench laying down. You do tend to shift because there's nothing to hold your feet down on the ground. But, I do love doing sit ups on this bench. I feel that it's a great bench for the price.
It fits at the end of my bed, and a chair fits next to that and there's room to spare. It's sleek and folds up great. I can fit it on the side of my very small closet vertically when the hinge joints are out. ( Which come out with a little work, but it's no big deal...)
I should say even when assembled it fits at the foot of my bed ( which is a King's size bed) easily and there's plenty of room to spare. It does what it's supposed to do, and it's great for short people, not sure if taller people would get as much out of it. It doesn't feel like trash, and it lets me get my work out in, it's sturdy...for me atleast.