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I assume you mean folded flat? in which case its 19cm or 7.5 inches
By IMHO on 29 May 2014
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No it doesn't. Not without unscrewing.
By Qwib-Qwib on 13 December 2014
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Yes, I do lay it out on its side as there are 2 big holding pins that need removing & re-inserting when you're changing to a different position. Otherwise, the bench would just fold & crash to the floor if you removed one of the pins without holding it firmly upright! Too much hard work!
And yes, it doesn't go int… see more
Yes, I do lay it out on its side as there are 2 big holding pins that need removing & re-inserting when you're changing to a different position. Otherwise, the bench would just fold & crash to the floor if you removed one of the pins without holding it firmly upright! Too much hard work!
And yes, it doesn't go into a totally upright 90 degrees angle. Only goes up to an 80 or 85 degree max incline if I'm not mistaken. see less

By D. Talukder on 22 December 2014
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I too am 6'4" but unfortunately I sent it back as it was marked quite badly. To be honest I really didn't like it anyway. I thought it was too awkward to manoeuvre and change position. I bought a cheaper bench with a very simple back that lifted.
By Tim Snowdon on 07 April 2015
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takes me about 30 seconds to move all the pins into the right places ... as I said on my review, spend some time getting to know the pins and the bench movement and it really is a simple piece of kit to use
By David on 03 September 2014
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Sorry I've no idea
By MR MATTHEW C DUGGAN on 19 December 2014
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I took all the pins out and got it as flat as I could and I was left with it about 12 inches flat,so if your bed or sofa has 12 inches clearance it can easily be stored there.
By Garry Nathan on 16 December 2014
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Yup, 3 different decline settings, all fairly similar decline angle though
By Stressed Mike on 22 September 2014
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Dimensions in Use FLAT: Length=145cm (57"), Width=39cm (15.3"), Height (to the seat)=51cm (20")
Dimensions FOLDED FLAT: Length=145cm (57"), Width=38.5cm (15.1"), Height=27cm (10.6")
Hope this helps

By IMHO on 08 August 2014