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Apex Deluxe Power Tower

Apex Deluxe Power Tower - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Engage in gravity-driven fitness with the Apex® Deluxe Power Tower. This ergonomic strength-training station features durable steel-frame construction and a triangular base frame equipped with plenty of bells and whistles. The multi-grip chin-up bar, dip and knee raise station, push-up handles and secure ankle pads transform basic exercises into a total body workout routine.

  • Multi-station tower workout station
  • Features multiple hand grip positions to support knee raises, dips, push-ups and chin-ups
  • Angled frame design secures the torso against the back pad to eliminate body sway during knee raises
  • Triangular base frame construction offers an ergonomic design
  • Ankle pads secure body for abdominal exercises
  • Angled VKR pads reduce stress to your shoulders while securing your forearms
  • 2" x 2.75" 14-gauge tubular steel-frame construction with a powder-coated finish
  • Assembled dimensions: 86.5" length x 55" width x 40.5" height
  • Manufacturer's warranty: 2 years limited on parts
  • Model: TC3502
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For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-999-8899.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 12926616

Customer Reviews:

Apex Deluxe Power Tower 3 5 2 2
bit pricey but all is good all is good no problems the only thing is one of the pads for your arms has a lil rip were they stich it at March 26, 2014
Poor quality I actually returned this one for the fitness gear model. When I put it together, one of the screws for the arm pad was stripped before I put it together and then after the first time I used it, the back pad had already ripped. February 2, 2014
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