Rated 5 out of 5 by canchaser1982 Great exercise, awesome sturdy product!
Love this pullup bar, it is sturdy, and there is more than one exercise. This is an awesome exercise tool to have!
November 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cottin Easy setup, versatile use
pretty simple: easy to install. Can perform chin ups, medium width pull ups, Bulgarian rows and angled rows. Perfect for people new to pull ups seeking to reach a great level of ease
September 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by rdrcfo Solid Product
Well built and good design. I actually purchased this bar for my gymnastic crazy daughter as a practice horizontal bar. She used the bar in the low swing down position and I use the bar in both positions all without losing the functionality of the doorway being used. The instructional material lends itself to working your way up to those hard to do full pull-ups. Recommend this product.
September 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by walker girl perfect pullup bar
It works really well, and even though my husband installed more for his height than mine, I can still use it. Good value for the price and my needs/
June 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Christian Money well spent
This is a great pull up/ chin up bar for the price. I am 5'8" and 160lbs. it works well and I don't fell any flexing in the bar as I do you pull up.
March 12, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by wanelis50 This product is simple and not have many moving parts. I need it for two things; to releive presure and maintain arm strength.
I have not used a pull up bar for 20 years now. The first bar I owned I baught while in my second apartment; from Fox medical supply company. That bar helped me stand up on my feet and put weight on my legs. This bar will help me maintain my strength in my arms as I get older. I always had strong arms but have been in a wheelchair since 1985. Even thow I have always had a manual chair and my arms have always been my mod of propultion, I have to make sure that my strength do not deplete so fast or I become old to quick. I am fifty years old sense last year fifty one this year; and I will use this bar to m-a-i-n-t-a-i-n my arm strength while releiving presure from my buttocks. I will give an update on this review in a couple of months to a year, to let you know how I'm doing with this piece of equipment. I know that as long as this equipment will hold my 249 lb body; I while be able to loose a little weight and ferm up just a little bit as I reenter college to finish my degree; and is still looking for my woman too mary, this is one of the hardest things that I have every attempted to do. Finding a women was not as hard when I was younger as it is now being in a wheelchair.
PS I'll give another review at the end of this year,
January 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sb Solid
Solid Pullup bar for a good price. very versatile.
December 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hamongog Great Value, Easy Installation...
This item is simple to install. It took only a few minutes. Comes with a template. You'll spend more time hunting for the right drill bit than anything else. Weight limit of 220#. The arm pivots to allow for two different exercises that will help you build strength for the actual pull-ups. You'll end up with four small holes in the door frame. There are more expensive items but why pay more?
October 22, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hungry It did not work for me
I returned it
October 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Getting Back to Fitness Does its job
We have this set up in our basement doorway, with a door. It allows the door to close with no issues. It's a good basic pullup that we can all use, including the kids, since you can lower the bar. Their feet touch the ground when lowered, but they can still pull themselves up. Also, if you're a beginner with pullups, you can keep your feet on the ground and do them until you increase your upper body strength. Nothing fancy but works for our needs. Also, we put tennis grip tape around the handle to make it grippier & it does this without bulking it up too much for littler hands. Probably wouldn't recommend for a tall person unless the doorway is extra high to accomodate the height. It does make metallic noise when lowering the bar. Wish there was some sort of cushion so it isn't as "clangy" when changing its bar position. It does require screws to install. Would have preferred not to have to use screws, but it is pretty sturdy for our use. None of us is over 175 lbs.
September 10, 2012