Fitness Gear Pro Utility Bench


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Perform a variety of exercise routines to build muscle and strength on the Fitness Gear Pro Utility Bench, a highly versatile and cross-functional bench. Compatible with the Fitness Gear Pro Full Rack and Half Rack, this heavy-duty steel bench features an eight-position back pad that adjusts from flat, decline to incline positions. A solid steel frame structure and durable finish supports a lifetime of usage and holds up to 600 lbs.

  • Heavy-duty steel utility bench for all types of training applications
  • Features 8-position back pad (flat, decline and incline positions)
  • Durable frame finish supports lifetime of usage
  • Comfortable high density foam backrest with reinforced double stitched seams
  • Quick 3 level adjustment seat system
  • Compatible with the Fitness Gear Pro Full Rack or Half Rack (not included)
  • Assembled Dimensions: 54" L x 22.4" W x 17.8" H
  • Maximum Weight Capacity (user weight + weights): 600 lbs
  • Model: STE00102
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 22455766

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 248 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by POOR quality, mis-drilled holes, completely crooked. Back-rest on the bench wobbles when i use it with heavier dumbbells. The back piece was drilled incorrectly so when you bolt it together the back piece is completely crooked and going in a different direction from the seat...basically the seat is going to the left and the back-rest is going to the right...and thats after fidgeting it as far as i could. October 20, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rust factory inside Bench looks good and does what it's supposed to but it has some drainage holes at the end and when I would pick up the bench rusty powder would pour out of the bottom of it all over my floor. Also skeptical of the quality since the locking pins for incline don't look very sturdy. I will be returning it and hope the next one isn't full of rust. October 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best bench I've had Iam a high 300's bench presser and the bench was totally stable and felt great October 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fitness Gear Pro Utility Bench The bench was very easy to assemble and is excellent quality October 18, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by It's an adjustable bench The only thing I don't like is how light it is in the back. Can slide a little when getting on for some exercises (incline lying down lay raises are my problem) October 11, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid and good quality This bench delivers what I expected. It is well-made and easy to assemble. The only issue I have is that the footprint of the front base is small and when there is weight towards the front if the bench, it can wobble a bit. No problem with the rear of the bench. This isn't a major issue, but a larger base in the front would eliminate this problem. October 4, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by High quality, low cost Great bench. I had been eyeing for months waiting for it to go on sale. Comparable benches sell for much more. Easy to move with the front handle and rear wheels. Only con is the gap between the two cushions is a bit large, but easy to maneuver around, not a problem. Highly recommend. October 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid product. Good value. The bench is solid and for quality. Can't beat it at the price point. It is heavy enough to not move around under various exercises-including those involving standing on and stepping up on to the bench. I am currently using it for Hammer and Chisel and have no complaints. September 28, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Easy to assemble but cheaply made Unboxing the bench revealed that very light weight materials were used for the seat and backrest of this unit. As soon as i picked up those pieces, i doubted the integrity of them. After doing several workouts, this is what i noticed. For light workouts with light weight, this bench will get the job done. Once i picked up heavier dumbbells and laid back on it i could hear the padded back piece cracking. My body weight plus the dumbbells totaled about 300 lbs which is far below the manufacturers 600 lb rating. I have also had a seam start to come apart after only one week. The curved metal piece used to adjust the angle of the back is somewhat thin and its centered under the back pad which makes it a bit wobbly when i use anything above 50 lb dumbbells. This may not pose a problem if you were using it under a smith machine since the bar would be guided. Once the bench is in its fully declined position it is fine because it is supported by the frame. The steel frame of the unit appears to be built strong enough to hold the 600 lbs it is rated at. I would recommend this product to someone who is only planning on using light weights, but i do not believe i would recommend it if you are using anything over 45 lb dumbbells during inclined movements or if you are a heavier person needing a lot of stability under you while working out with weights. Bottom line: Not very stable at higher inclines, somewhat stable in lower positions and reasonably stable when fully declined. September 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bench Excellent bench easy to use heavy duty already assembled September 14, 2016
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