Century Heavy Bag Stand
Reach your goals with the Century ® Heavy Bag Stand. The 3" tubular steel construction with 3 weight pegs provide stability during the toughest of sessions. Experience the freedom to train anywhere in your home or gym with this stand.
- Heavy bag stand
- 3" of tubular steel with 3 weight pegs
- Weight: 50lbs
- Dimensions: 48" length x 48" width x 84╝" height
- Does not include heavy bag or weights
- Model: 1087013
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 17799606
Rated 4.8 out of 5áby 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5áby Arc050 Sturdy, sverage height Sturdy piece of equipment and easy to put together. Make sure it is on a carpet or padded surface for reduced noise. Planning to grab two sandbags to weigh it down and reduce movement/noise. September 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Dee Sturdy Heavy Bag Stand Easy to assemble with a basic socket wrench and open ended combo wrench. Have a 100lbs heavy bag on it right now and it has held up so far. Sturdy construction. Seems pretty stable with some plates added to the 3 posts for support to keep it from moving. I have 125lbs of plates on it and it doesn't move. Good buy for the money. July 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Rocky Heavy Bag Stand With a helper, one crescent wrench and a ratchet wrench you can assemble the stand rather easily and within a short period of time. I guess with my helper it took us approximately 30 minutes to assemble the stand. We positioned the stand in a corner and on a rubber floor. At this particular location with our 80 pound bag (heavily use) the stand does not slide, therefore we did not have to add weight to the stand to keep it from shifting. The stand is very sturdy and in lieu of not having a room with a high ceilings and exposed ceiling supports to hand a bag, I can highly recommend this product. July 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby JR Great Stand This is a great heavy bag stand. It was easy to assemble and I haven't had a problems with it yet. I am a bigger guy so I got more weight for the stand to keep it in place. Great for boxing but you may want to consider a different stand for kicking. February 18, 2015
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