Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 33reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Zraii I took a chance and purchased this weight bench because it was in my price range and it was available at my local store.The box itself didn't weigh much, which was good. I was able to lift it into my cart and later out of the car. I would assume it was around 40lbs.I built the bench without much trouble at all. It had about 10 steps and not too many parts. Mostly it was screwing parts together. Make sure to have at least a crescent wrench and another similar tool, and a screwdriver (phillips). At first, after I had screwed together all the parts, the bench seemed a bit wobbly. I had to tighten all the screws again and it became more solid.I'm not sure why other posters are saying they can't reach the floor. I am a 5'7" female and when I'm lying on the bench, my feet reach the floor without issue. In fact, its very comfortable and the bench does everything I expected it to do. Its light, seems sturdy.I purchased 40lb weights to put on it - all works well. The bench is a beginner or intermediate bench, true. For me, its fine. I don't intend on benching too much weight (it has a 110lb max) and the bench itself only takes a body of 250lbs max.Overall, if you're looking to start working out or not sure if you'll follow thru, this bench is worth every penny - and that wasn't a whole lot of pennies. I'd recommend buying it. 11/04/2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Koch89 Gets the job done for cheap Around $60 for a bench, you can't go wrong. It gets the job done if you have a budget. A few pros are this bench assembles quite easily, does not take up much space, and is lite weight and easy to move around. I like how this bench also offers additional equipment add-ons such and the preacher curl pad and the leg extension foam rollers. This bench is prefect for a small home gym or if this is going to be the only big piece of workout equipment.The cons I've found for the bench are the seat and back rest are a little high off the floor then I would like. Being somewhat tall, it doesn't bother me much, as I can still plant my feet flat on the floor. The barbell stands/rests seem to be exactly where I need to grip the barbell, which is an inconvenience when doing bench presses. I need to adjust my hands on the barbell once lifted off the rests. Although it may be lite weight, this causes it to be wobbly with the weights rested on it, not a big though, it is still structurally sound. The barbell rest have a wrap around metal pin that supposedly 'locks' them in place, they seem to 'unlock' by themselves. I fixed this by strapping a small bungie cord around each rest. 07/23/2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by madson28 GREAT FOR BEGINNERS This bench is for BEGINNERS! Not sure why there are a few bad reviews on here considering the price. This bench does feel a little flimsy and it is light weight however its cheap(price wise) and WORKS! Once laying on the bench i do not feel it is flimsy only when the weight is resting on it without my weight with it. If you want a professional bench you need to pay for it. This is a great bench for any beginner who wants to work up some muscle. Also, I do not use the leg attachment, mainly because it is almost impossible to do. So if your main goal is to work out your legs, this is not for you. I do find that the leg attachment does give me a spot to hold some extra weights. 04/17/2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Reny23 Good Value Nice inexpensive bench. Far exceeded my expectations. 05/13/2012