- Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision
BOWFLEX BODY TOWER
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- 7 levels of adjustment that allows you to do 20+ exercises
- E 7 adjust horizontal bars let you add variety and intensity to your workouts
- Stable, commercial grade steel frame
- Hand grips and sling straps included
- Non absorbent foam cushioned back pad
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Bowflex Body Tower The Bowflex Body Tower has 7-levels E-Z adjust horizontal bars that allows you to do 20+ exercises and raise the intensity of your workouts, while improving the results of your fitness program. This multi-station tower has a unique and easy-to-use feature EZ-Adjust horizontal bars that lets you increase the variety of your exercises, raise the intensity of your workouts, and improve the results of your fitness program. The included hand grips and sling straps provide a greater range of options than most towers, and the wide and commercial-grade steel base keeps you stable and secure. With a tower-mounted workout placard that demonstrates 8 Key Exercises, and a guide featuring 10 more, the Bowflex Body Tower is the perfect home fitness solution.
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The new one I bought after a few months without one is, in my opinion, a piece of junk.
It has, I believe, been redesigned, down-sized, and compromised in design and manufacture, and the one metal moving part arrived with the three-sided sliding shell around the right shaft bent so thoroughly out of shape that it jams when I try to adjust the sliding horizontal arms (not to mention scraping the paint off of the shaft before it jams).
(Neither have I been able at this time to get the "adjustable" arms down to the lower slots.)
Returning the product is out of the question because I have never yet been able to get the Amazon Prime return procedure to work in the assisted-living residence that I live in now. So I will probably decorate my brand new Bowflex Body Tower (in its current jammed, scratched-up, unusable position) with hanging flower pots and tell my friends and family that it's a hyper-expensive work of modern art.
I once regarded myself as athletic, but I'm an old guy now, (really, really old), I am crippled with arthritis (and refuse to have hip//knee replacements because of a well founded belief in the inadequacies of the medical profession), and I am very limited in what I can do in the way of exercise, as well as in what I want to do.
To put it simply: I need to be able to do just enough exercise to keep my lower legs from crudding up with bloody and clear lesions and leakage patches, and as it turns out, the design and adjustability of this piece of equipment is exactly what I have needed for some time now to allow me to do enough arm-assisted knee bends to keep my legs healthy enough to give my mentally disabled wife the care she has needed from me for some time now.
I am very grateful to Bowflex for making this item available from Amazon some years ago. I don't know of anything on the market that could have served my very simple specialized needs so well. (By the way, it was very easy to assemble -- although it will have to be disassembled to be removed from our condo when the time comes for that.)
Install was alright but there was 2 extra of one screw type and 2 less of another. After double and triple checking, it was indeed not through my mistake but indeed came with incorrect screws. Not a big deal though.
Missing the bar that goes across the back that also holds that big tubular form pad. Expected better than that from this brand. Haven't contacted them yet though, need to see if they'll send me one.
Two gripes I have with the design:
1 grips for pull up aren't glued down so they'll rotate on a you very slowly. For some people you won't care but because of how I like to grip the bar with my palm the slow rotation changes my grip to using more finger than hand as it rotates.
2 the middle of the pull up bar has that triangle deal in it. This means you meet do dips facing away or hit your head on it. Not a huge deal but I'd annoying when going pull ups to dips that you have to turn around each time.
-The instructions are surprisingly well-written, for exercise gear made in China.
-The assembled tower seems "ok" solid (not nearly so solid as health-club equipment, but better than some).
-The design & accessories allow a good range of exercises.
-The system for adjusting the height of the dip bars is easy to use.
-The frame had lots of deep scratches, which had been brushed over with some coarse gray paint.
-The weld at the base of one upright was full of bubbles, indicating bad welding, and very poor quality control.
-The tower is too damn short. I'm only 5'7", and I have to bend my knees 90° to keep them off the floor.
-You must move the dip bars all the way to the floor, in order to have room for pullups (otherwise, your shoulders and arms hit the dip bars).
-The tower flexes, A LOT, when doing dips. After about 5 or 6 dips, it's moving too much to continue! It seems like it should have a brace, halfway up the vertical members, but that would interfere with the dip bars sliding up and down.
-The assembly was challenging for me, and I have metric hex keys in my ratchet, as well as ratcheting metric wrenches, and long clamps (to force pieces together enough to get threads started). Without such tools, I think it would be a nightmare to assemble. I have included a photo of the "wrench" they supplied.
-The bolts & screws are very, very poor quality. Some kind of soft iron, such that the inset hex heads on the bolts stripped out before I could get them fully seated. I had to run to the local hardware store to buy decent bolts.
Update: Bowflex customer service was actually fantastic. I called and they immediately shipped all the missing and broken parts. I'm very impressed overall.