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Powerline PVKC83X Vertical Knee Raise Chin Dip Machine

Powerline PVKC83X Vertical Knee Raise Chin Dip Machine - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Get serious results with the Powerline® PVKC83X Vertical Knee Raise Machine. This VKR/chin dip combo will help you strengthen your arms and shred your abs. Perform knee raises, leg raises, and oblique bends, or grab the dip handles to work on your triceps. DuraFirm™ back and arm pads provide maximum comfort, and oversized handgrips ensure superior performance. Take your workout to the next level with the Powerline® VKR Machine.

  • Vertical knee raise/chin dip combo machine
  • Safe No-Slip step-up entry
  • Thick DuraFirm™ back and arm pads for maximum comfort
  • Cushioned push-up station mounted a full 12" off the floor
  • Dimensions: 37" L x 26" W x 83" H
  • Manufacturer's in-home warranty: 10 year frame; 1 year parts
  • Model: PVKC83X
  • Powerline

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 800-556-3113.
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 11913682

Customer Reviews:

Powerline PVKC83X Vertical Knee Raise Chin Dip Machine 2.8 5 4 4
You have got to be kidding! It is impossible to pull the foam pads over the "L" shaped bar at the bottom of the machine. The company knows this (their response to complaints is "spray the parts with Windex"), yet they don't send out the part with the foam installed, which is the obvious solution. August 29, 2014
Heads up! If you are a taller individual and you use the dip out or your first dip will send your head into the pull up bar because most people naturally dip with their head down and their body angled. Also, the grips for pull ups are way too wide. I had to wrap tape around the inner portion so my sons could comfortable perform pull ups. August 17, 2014
Great deal I have had my Tower for 1 full year and like it very much. I do dips with weights added to me up to 100 lbs and pullups up to 50 lbs and the tower has held up perfectly. I weigh 225 normally. Like Jim in Oregon I had some trouble at first with the pull-up bar so I removed it and drilled another set of holes 3 inches further down the tube. Problem solved. I would HIGHLY recommend this piece of equipment to anyone under 6'1" or 6'2". September 23, 2013
It's just ok... This is a sturdy piece of equipment and built with quality, but the design is lacking. The pull-up bar does not extend far enough out to keep you from hitting the arms and is not tall enough to give you a good pull up if you are around 6 feet tall as you constantly hit your arms on the arm rests...very disappointed in the design, but not the quality... March 16, 2013
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