PhysKcal Weight Bench Adjustable Incline Decline Flat Bench, Folding Weight Bench For Weight Lifting, 1-Second 1-Touch Smart and Safe Adjus


PhysKcal AB-2103 Adjustable Weight Bench


Dimensions: 130 x 46 x 42 cm; 16.5 Kilograms
Brand: PhysKcal
Colour: Black
Colour: Black

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175 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I shopped around quite a while for home weight bench, as it was important for me to get one that was strong/sturdy enough, but could also be stowed away when not in use and its very difficult to make a decision based on reviews and pictures! I have to say, this bench has exceeded my expectations, it’s great.

    I’m not a small guy, 6’3 and currently around 113kg and I have a pair of 30kg and 35kg dumbells at home that I press and this bench holds the weight just fine. Took me about 10mins to assemble and setting the seat positions is effortless, and of course when I’m done with my workouts, it folds up and can be stored out the way. I highly recommend this bench…you won’t be disappointed.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I shopped around quite a while for home weight bench, as it was important for me to get one that was strong/sturdy enough, but could also be stowed away when not in use and its very difficult to make a decision based on reviews and pictures! I have to say, this bench has exceeded my expectations, it’s great.

    I’m not a small guy, 6’3 and currently around 113kg and I have a pair of 30kg and 35kg dumbells at home that I press and this bench holds the weight just fine. Took me about 10mins to assemble and setting the seat positions is effortless, and of course when I’m done with my workouts, it folds up and can be stored out the way. I highly recommend this bench…you won’t be disappointed.

  3. ValFizumqgkm says:

     United Kingdom

    I shopped around quite a while for home weight bench, as it was important for me to get one that was strong/sturdy enough, but could also be stowed away when not in use and its very difficult to make a decision based on reviews and pictures! I have to say, this bench has exceeded my expectations, it’s great.

    I’m not a small guy, 6’3 and currently around 113kg and I have a pair of 30kg and 35kg dumbells at home that I press and this bench holds the weight just fine. Took me about 10mins to assemble and setting the seat positions is effortless, and of course when I’m done with my workouts, it folds up and can be stored out the way. I highly recommend this bench…you won’t be disappointed.

  4. Deanna6457 says:

     United Kingdom

    I shopped around quite a while for home weight bench, as it was important for me to get one that was strong/sturdy enough, but could also be stowed away when not in use and its very difficult to make a decision based on reviews and pictures! I have to say, this bench has exceeded my expectations, it’s great.

    I’m not a small guy, 6’3 and currently around 113kg and I have a pair of 30kg and 35kg dumbells at home that I press and this bench holds the weight just fine. Took me about 10mins to assemble and setting the seat positions is effortless, and of course when I’m done with my workouts, it folds up and can be stored out the way. I highly recommend this bench…you won’t be disappointed.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  6. Chris DeGraw says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  10. Joseph S Anzalone says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  14. EpifaniaCantero says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  15. LucieDowling says:

     United Kingdom

    Review after 3 weeks of use.
    My info: 73kg (160lbs), 182cm (6 feet)
    Max weight used on the bench so far: 2x23kg, i.e.total 46kg on Dumbell press (flat)
    Disclaimer: I have not tried other benches in similar price range on amazon, but experienced with high quality gym bench press

    Overall: I am confident the bench can hold my weight. There is some clunkiness and noises at some inclination, but it never feels unstable. It’s a little low for me, but that’s not a massive problem. There’s a small risk of snapping your fingers when folding/unfolding so to be handled with cautious. Overall I can recommend the product for moderate weight workouts at home.

    Exercises tried:
    – Dumbbell press (flat), inclination 0 – the bench is great, almost no clunkiness (except the seat when lying down on it) and feels very stable even with weights hanging on both sides
    – Inciine dumbbell press, inclination 35 – the bench does the job but this is where there is the most clunkiness, the back can move (only very slightly), but can make quite a bit of noise. It always feels safe though.
    – Shoulder press: inclination 80 – works great, no clunkiness and very stable
    – Bulgarian split squat: the bench is a little low which makes it awkward for me, but otherwise the bench is stable
    – Hip thrust: not great, the main reason is that the fabric wrinkles relatively easily, so after two sessions of hip thrusts, there’s a permanent mark on it (no other exercises have done that) – it is otherwise stable

    Caution: the back is basically mounted on a rail, which means that when moving the back up and down, you can snap your finger quite badly if you’re not cautious. It’s not a problem if you are being cautious though, and there are a lot of warning signs stuck to the bench to make sure you are always reminded – absolutely keep away from children (but really you should anyway for any workout gear)

    Comfort & look: worth noting that, outside of use of exercises, the bench itself is very comfortable with good cushioning and smooth fabric covering – it also looks quite nice (as far as a workout bench can look nice…) and is quite thick for the price.

    Convenience of use and storage: The folding mechanism is very simple to use, it takes literally 5s to fold / unfold and stores very well. A slightly drawback is that there’s no easy grip on the bench when folded so it can be awkward to move.

  16. Edward Cooper says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  19. MelJacobsen says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  20. Victoria Barker says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  21. MilanGilles says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  23. JoeCTCyclxoylzz says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

  25. The Guide Staff says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up and quite sturdy. I’ve been using it for home workouts and been confident in its ability to hold me up while using the weights in a safe manner. This was very important to me hence why I chose this option over the cheaper ones. It just looked sturdier in the pictures and it lives up to that in perso

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