Banco de Pesas BowFlex
|Precio final del producto|
- múltiples posiciones
- ejercitar diversos grupos musculares
- facil de plegar
- diábolo regulable
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Nuevo modelo de Banco BowFlex 5.1 ajustable para hacer deporte en casa. Gracias a sus múltiples posiciones podrás entrenar diversos ejercicios y poder tener la posibilidad de no ir al gimnasio y poder entrenar en casa, ya que con este banco de musculación y unas BowFlex tendrás el gimnasio en casa, pudiendo entrenar todos los grupos musculares. Características del banco de entrenamiento BowFlex: Fácil de plegar para guardar en cualquier sitio. Ajustable en 6 posiciones diferentes , de 17º a 90º Diábolo regulable para una óptima sujección de las piernas
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The bench, when in the "flat position," isn't flat. It's concave. Imagine laying on a "V" - it forces you in to a very unnatural and uncomfortable position.
The base of the bench (the part of the bench that sits on the ground, under the butt cushion) is directly in the way of where my feet should go.
My wife is 5' 1'', I'm 6' 2''. We both had the same problem with the discomfort from the bench not being flat. Furthermore, my wife's feet barely touched the floor. I'm not holding this against the bench, I'm just pointing it out so people know that this bench isn't good for short people. It even felt kind of high to me. Another design quirk is the huge 4" gap between the seat back and the seat bottom. When in the flat position, it's very unnerving to have that big of a gap there. The seat bottom is very finicky to adjust from flat to angled - you really have to use both hands in order to make the adjustment but there's only a knob on one side. The seat back cushion has a stitching defect.
The assembly instructions were acceptable, but it was difficult to get all of the screws in to the seat cushions. If you take a risk on this bench, just know that you're not crazy when you try to screw the cushions in and it's nearly impossible due to slight misalignment between the bench's frame and the cushions. Due to the myriad of problems I have encountered, I highly recommend that you try before you buy.
The welds are perfect on mine, nice and clean, with full powder coating over everything. No weld spatter. The upholstery seems like it will last a very long time, although I wouldn't place weights on it or do step-ups with it. Just use it as a weight bench. Its a great looking piece of equipment, AND if you choose to sell it, you wouldn't be taking much of a loss on it.
Only CON is that the Amazon price on this bench varies from week to week. Some weeks its priced at the $16x price range I paid, other weeks it jumps to the full retail price. During Christmas 2014, it was sold out and backordered at the full retail price. In my case, I was ready to buy at the end of May 15, but it suddenly jumped to the max retail price for a few days. I purchased it immediately once the price returned back down.
Some other comments - the front two feet are positioned right where your feet naturally want to go when you lay down. I finally adjusted myself, and just ended up putting my heels on the top of the feet. Its not a big deal, but it could be distracting if you are trying max out. Also, the open gap between the seat and backrest takes a little getting used to. Its not terrible or dangerous or severely distracting and your used to it after maybe 2-3 workouts. Its just a trade off for getting a right-priced piece of bench equipment into your house.
Just buy it!
The negatives are with it being so big, the fairly wide gap between the seat and back falls in an awkward place right at your butt. If you're built like Shaq you probably won't have an issue, but for the rest of us its weird. Also, a big negative for me is the placement of the wheels under the head of the bench. Usually, wheels on a bench will engage the floor when the bench is lifted about 30 or 40 degrees, but with this one the bench needs to be almost completely upright at 90 degrees to be able to move it around.
All in all I think the 5.1 is a good buy, but it would be perfect with a few tweaks.