|Phoenix 99403 Power Stand II
|List Price: $169.99
Our Price: $165.55
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- A multi-station exercise stand for diverse workouts utilizing body weights as resistance
- Functions include: Vertical Knee Raise (VKR), Dip Station, Pull-Ups/Chin-Ups, Push-Ups and Sit-Ups
- Sturdy steel construction for durability and long life
- Maximum tested weight limit is 250 pounds. Product is not recommended or guaranteed for use by users that surpass this limit.
Do away with clumsy weight machines and use your own body weight as resistance with the Phoenix Power Stand II exercise stand. Leveraging your body weight does wonders for the major muscle groups, giving you greater strength while focusing on your core and balance. The Power Stand II meets these needs and more, with stations for pull-ups and chin-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, dips, and vertical knee raises. As a result, you can work out your chest, back, shoulders, biceps, triceps, and ab muscles in a single 45-minute workout. The Power Stand II, which boasts a sturdy steel construction, measures 46 by 87 by 45 inches (W x H x D) and carries a 90-day warranty on parts and a one-year warranty on the frame.
- Functions include: vertical knee raise, dip station, pull-ups/chin-ups, push-ups, and sit-ups
- Sturdy steel construction for durability and long life
- Dimensions: 46" x 45" x 87"
- 90-day warranty on parts, one-year warranty on the frame
About Phoenix Health & Fitness
Established in 1998 as a wholesale distributor of fitness equipment, Phoenix Health & Fitness offers a complete line of high-quality exercise equipment to the in-home and light commercial markets. Working with a state-of-the-art computer system, the company can offer "just in time" delivery and other critical services while living up to its standards of reliability, consistency, honesty, and urgency. Phoenix Health & Fitness develops many of its new concepts and products in conjunction with its sister company, Reflex Design, and enjoys a reputation for delivering quality products in a timely manner.
- Multi-station exercise stand for performing diverse workouts
- Uses body weight as resistance for greater strength and balance
- Stations for pull-ups/chin-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, dips, and more
- Sturdy steel construction adds durability and lasts for years
- Measures 46 x 87 x 45 inches (W x H x D); 1-year frame warranty
- half way decent product
The station went together fairly easily, but I am pretty mechanically minded. while the pull up part of the station works well, the stand itself is a bit shakey for dips. the whole thing like vibrates and shakes while performing this exercise. otherwise, it is a good deal for the money....more info
- Great Workout Equipment.
Well built equipment for the price. With the free shipping amazon offers you simply cant beat it.
Easy to put together, BUT pay attention to the bolts as theyre all fairly similar in size.
Take your time. Lay out the parts and the assembly will be very easy.
The wide grip positioning is a little too wide, but its nothing you cant adjust with the placement of your hands.
Overall, its an excellent item and i would recommend it to anyone who needs equipment like this and is on a budget.
- Good, but not great
I recieved the Phoenix within days of ordering. It was relatively easy to put together (and I am not a handy person), although two of the screws were short so I went to home depot and bought them there. It fits in the corner of my bedroom in my small apartment and does not take up a lot of room. It is pretty sturdy, and doesn't shake that much when I use it.
Overally I give it a 4.5 stars. For the cost, and amount of space it takes up it is a good deal. If you are looking for something super high quality/sturdy I would pick something else instead. ...more info
- Phoenix Power Stand II
The stand arrived on time with all the parts. Assembly was fairly straightforward and required crescent wrenches to tighten the bolts. Placing the handles for pull-ups proved the most challenging, but I finally got them configured correctly with extra effort. Although the stand moves a little when it is in use, it has adequate stability during use. It provides a wide range of exercises using body weight for resistance that gives me a good upper body workout in the convenience of home. It is proving to be a good product for the money....more info
- Great for the price
- Cheap, decent quality, still has all the required features
- Does shake a bit while doint dips but nothing alarming
- Use your judgement during assembly. The total number of the bolts match but the size of the bolts don't match what they are supposed to supply. I had to switch some bolts around to complete assembly.
- Recommend wearing gloves - the grip handles are pretty bad.
- Satisfied overall....more info
- good exercise machine
For those who want to build a home gym, this machine has all what you need and for the prize is a most have. I shop around and compared with similar machines. The different types of exercise that you can do and the space that uses in my basement worked perfectly for me. I dont rate 5 stars because there are other machines that offer more than this one but again the prize is right plus I got free shiping! Amazon took care of me. ...more info
- Quality knee lift station
Well put together and sturdy (84#). Was a fair number of pieces to put together but relatively easy if you are handy with tools....more info
- Good Product
This product works as intended. I thought that the assembly was easy enough with all required nuts and bolts. It is made from lightweight tubing which appears to be very strong. Because it is lightweight it moves a little during use but still remains stable. Considering the cost and construction,
I think this equipment is a good choice for any home gym....more info
- Nice piece of equipment
This is a nice piece of equipment. It is sturdy, compact, and doesn't moan or squeak. I am all of 210lbs and this thing holds me fine. When putting it together I thought it might be too compact, but that is not an issue. Also when putting it together I thought the dip handles were going to be unsafe, but they are solid and sturdy as well. I have this thing in my heated garage and it takes up a very small area.
I didn't have any of the assembly issues the others had. No pounding or wrangling for me when I put mine together. Seemed easy to me....
I only have a few gripes; put some longer extra bolts in the package, and it would be nice to have grips on the entire wide grip bar.
Bottom Line: You'll get the workout you are looking for and at a great price. (without sacrificing quality)...more info
- Instructions are wrong
This thing is pretty hard to assemble. First of all the bolts that are supposed to be in 5mm increments just seem to be the same bolts cut with a chop saw so it's hard to tell which size some are supposed to be, being that they are +/- about 6mm on those 5mm increments. Secondly the instructions tell you to put the handles in before putting the uprights onto the stand. The instructions show you a very clear picture of putting the handles on backwards. Assuming the instructions were correct, I did this. Now I have to figure out how to get them off without ripping the grips.
The stand also wobbles if you do pullups fast, and the bar with the pad at the bottom serves no discernible purpose except to put your feet on when you drop down. It then rolls and makes you fall.
Otherwise it's cheap and does what it should, just make sure you ignore the instructions for handle orientation....more info
- bodyweight exercise rocks
I have 3 kids and am a single father so it was hard to workout until I bought the power stand. I have since sold my weight bench since there is no need for it now. I am a Marine and a mailman, and would highly recommend this power stand!
- Dude, you will love this
This thing was bigger than I thought. Im 6'1 and it is perfect, there is enough clearance for my legs too. Before assembly, you have to determine which screws are A, B, and so on. You do this by measuring the screw (using millimeters). The only mistake I made was putting the grips on the handle BEFORE installing the handle. It is HELL to take off if you made that mistake. I made it twice, ha. The handle moves up for ab excercises, and down for dips. The grips aren't very comfortable though. My hand is one huge callus. There are 2 screws that came up short, (I had to buy longer replacements.) Overall, I would give this product 4.5 start. You will not regret it. It is very sturdy. Even my dad comes in the room once in a while to stretch on this station. And he weights 190 pounds. ...more info
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