High quality tubular steel frame is sturdy and durable. Holds up to 1,500 pounds. Dual multi-grip pull-up bars and adjustable rubber dip handles offer workout versatility. Rubber coated safety bars prevent banging and scratching. Ready to receive an optional lat pulldown attachment. Relatively easy to assemble.
Heavier and bulky. Somewhat pricey.
Very affordable. Adjustable bar catches can be used for a variety of lifts. Overhead pull up bar is constructed from high-quality tubular stainless steel for added stability. Powder coated finish resists corrosion. Compact design doesn’t require much space. Easy to assemble.
Maximum weight capacity is only 300 pounds.
Has a smaller footprint than similar models while still providing ample room for movement. Holds up to 600 pounds. Numerous safety bar adjustments offers good workout flexibility. Can be customized with a multitude of accessories including a lat pulldown, J hook attachments, plate holders, and more. Among the most affordable in its class.
Assembly instructions can be difficult to follow.
Sturdy steel frame is built with triangular reinforcements for added stability. Interior safety bars hold up to 800 pounds. Features 26 safety bar height adjustments and a multi-grip pull-up bar for workout variations. Comes with 4 plate pegs for storage. Expandable design accommodates extras.
Weight plates stored on the upper plate pegs can get in the way of bench pressing.
Durable powder coated steel construction. Extra long safety bars provide added user confidence. Maximum weight capacity of 500 pounds gives beginners and intermediate lifters plenty of room for improvement. Pre-drilled holes for floor mounting. Comes with plate pegs, J hooks, pull up bar, and resistance attachments.
Some owners feel the J hooks could be sturdier.
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