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Everlast Chinning / Sit Up Bar
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3.9 out of 5 stars (59)
£16.48
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It come with cups which are screwed into the frame, then the bar is is 'unwound' to ft the cups. The bars that are just tension mounted are not safe.
4 Mar 2015 by judith stewart
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If you're willing to drill into the walls and don't mind the metal cups protruding perhaps an inch or more, then yeah why not. I painted the cups the same colour as the wall and they blend in pretty well.
16 Dec 2014 by Adam Taylor
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No, only half way at best.Still a good item but if it's a room you use lots could be a pain.I use it for my spare room so is cool.
7 Mar 2014 by Gary
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I have used mine opened to a max of 3 feet and it's been ok. That's the max it opens to anyway. Hope this helps.
27 Feb 2014 by brad stephen lee
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The bars maximum extension is 94cm, roughly 37". It locks at this length and won't move any further.
5 Feb 2014 by Robert L.
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Mine goes as short as 26" (66cm).
30 Jan 2014 by John C Brown
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