York DB4 Dumbbell Bench
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- Multi function bench with a multi position padded backrest.
- Provides 36 incline/decline angles.
- Converts into a sturdy ABDO sit up bench
- Knee and ankle foam rollers
- Exercise guide
- Dimensions: Length: 127 cm x Width: 46 cm x Height: 124 cm
- Maximum User Combined Weight: 200kg
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The York DB4 multifunctional dumbbell bench converts into a sturdy sit up bench. It provides 10 incline/decline angles and offers foam rollers for ankle and knee support while exercising. With a 150kg maximum load (including user), the quality York DB4 bench is suitable for every workout enthusiast.
Isolating your abdominal and ableak muscles the DB4 bench concentrates your training solely on your target areas. The great thing about this bench is that you can rotate or sit up twisting concentrating your muscles to develop in your targeted areas. This bench is great as sit up bench, however also as good in conjunction with weights, increasing resistance when doing sit ups. Excercises this bench enables you to do: Incline shoulder press, Flat flys, Decline shoulder press, sit ups.
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Top Customer Reviews
For £40-odd this isn't bad i guess if you're a casual trainee and don't mind that it screams "cheap", but personally i'm regretting not spending the extra £30 and getting the far superior York 13 in 1. Bit of a false economy so it was my fault entirely.
This bench is not as solid and sturdy as say the type you would use in a typical gym. But then you are getting this particular bench for only £35 including postage - great value.
My particular training regime includes plenty of aerobic exercise which I supplement with some work on the weights. For this type of lightish weight training this bench can't be bettered.
If I were into the more serious (and heavier) weight training I would be looking at the more expensive and sturdy weights benches.
It has great adjustment levels and its comfortable to lie on
for a number of exercises.
Only issues are you need a lot of space as its not easy to store
as you would need to dismantal it for storage.
There is no quick adjustment nut, you have to unscrew the bold
complete to adjust the back rest.
all in all i'm happy with this product and get a lot of use out
Most parts were already assembled, so less to do than what the instructions displayed.
It can be laid flat, or at various inclines and a decline. Perfect for dumbbell flys, bench press, lying rows, lying deltoid raises, as well as anything needing a back rest.
It's obviously not suitable for heavy barbell work - it's quite thin and says it can only take a training weight of 50kg (110 lbs) plus 100kg of user weight (220 lbs), and of course it doesn't come with anywhere to rack your weight. It's also not good for really tall people - I'm just over 6ft and it just about covers all of me lying down, but no more.
It doesn't fold up, but can be easily stored lying flat against a wall. It's also quite light.
I would recommend this product, it is a great starter bench.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this bench; easy to install and to use and not too expensive.Published 2 months ago by Pillar
Bought for my husband and son, though I have used it myself also. Obviously it's not as sturdy as the ones at the gym, but it's good for home use, for when they can't get to the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carole Smith
The bench is easy to put together. It was done within 20 something minutes. The problem is that the seats corners will break after couple of use. I am 193cm tall (6.4'') and 83 kg. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Vincze Szilard
It is sturdy and was easy to assemble and came with the tool necessary. It'd be much better if the bolt used to adjust it was faster to remove and replace.Published 10 months ago by Jorge
great value for money. Bit time consuming having to unscrew 2 bolts to change for position though.Published 11 months ago by Jamie Carew