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Adjustable Incline Decline Bench

$325.22

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DESCRIPTION

 This bench is one of the most versatile and durable benches on the market. Whether you're a beginner, or in your professional athletic career, it has everything you need to increase strength and endurance. Features seven adjustable back pads (from 85 degrees to -20 degrees) that offer various exercise options, along with five different ways to position the seat pad. The chrome ladder-style adjustment system will make it easy for you to quickly transition between exercises. The built-in leg lock is a great addition to secure your feet while performing in a decline position.

The chrome steel ladder provides durability and aesthetics. 

Strong construction allows up to 1000lbs of weight.

 

Bench Weight 

95lbs 

Bench Height 

17.9" 

Bench Width 

17" 

Bench Length 

60" 

Back Pad Angles 

-20, 0, 20, 35, 50, 65, 85 

Seat Pad Angles 

0, 5, 10, 15, 20 

Back Pad Length 

36" 

Pad Width 

11" Tapered to 8”

Seat Pad Length 

14.75" 

Pad Thickness 

3”

Weight Capacity 

1,000lbs 

Material 

14- & 7-Gauge Steel 

 

Manufacturer's Warranty - 1 year. 

Fit It Out will support its products beyond the manufacturer's warranty unless damage caused by wear or incorrect usage. 

We ship Canada-wide! If you are unsure about shipping, our customer service team will be happy to help you with the checkout process. E-mail support@fititout.com to receive a reply within 24-hours. 

 

Reviews

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Great bench!

I put off buying a quality bench as I already had a (cheap) bench, which I thought worked ok aside a bit of stability issue. I realise now I shouldn't have waited- this new bench is great- very stable, the right height (esp important for presses). It's a pleasure to use, unlike what I had. For the high quality of this bench, it's a real bargain.

As a note, I find the ankle holders beyond just decline presses- they add stability for several exercises.