Marcy Utility Bench

 

Updated at 1/2/2016 00:05:37 - Details
Comments(7)

Dani S. The bench was easy to put together with a simple socket wrench. Considering the price, I expected it to be a bit flimsy but it feels (and looks) strong and is certainly well-built. I'm a 5'3" female and the bench is comfortable for both me and my 6'0" husband (both flat and inclined); it helps that the height of the leg pads is adjustable. What I love most about it is that I can move it around the room easily and tuck it away in the corner when not in use.



One thing to note: The front of the bench rests on a small square plate rather than a bar. If you are holding heavy weights and you lean too far to one side, the bench will lean with you.



Also, I recommend putting Loctite on the bolts that secure the padded bench. They have slowly come unscrewed a few times.



Overall a great purchase!

Jimmy Before I got this bench, my gym consisted of only a pull-up/dip bar and a pair of bow flex adjustable dumbbells. I was looking for something to help me target the upper chest; this bench did that and more. It shipped to my house in a suprisingly small package and was easy to put together. I haven't used the leg rollers yet but it would be nice if it came with an optional curling attachment to rest on while doing bicep curls.

It's a great addition for a small price!

Hannibal It's a simple machine, easy to assemble and doesn't take much space. Also it works for the targeted muscles i intent on working/exercising!

Leroy H. It's a simple machine, easy to assemble and doesn't take much space. Also it works for the targeted muscles i intent on working/exercising!

Smantena This is got sturdy build quality and would last for ever. Easy to install.



Pros:

Compact size

Build quality



Cons:

No rack to stack weights.

Barbara Good start

jam none



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