Valor Fitness Exercise Equipment Olympic Bench w/ Spotter

January 20, 2016 - Comment

The BF-7 Valor Fitness Olympic Bench with spotter stand is strong, solid, dependable and built to last. No moving parts, just a solid piece of steel equipment. The 3″ high density rebounding pad contours from 11″ to 10″ at shoulders for stability and allows your shoulders to have the proper freedom of movement. Back pad

Buy Now! $232.03Amazon.com Price
(as of October 20, 2017 2:39 pm UTC - Details)

The BF-7 Valor Fitness Olympic Bench with spotter stand is strong, solid, dependable and built to last. No moving parts, just a solid piece of steel equipment. The 3″ high density rebounding pad contours from 11″ to 10″ at shoulders for stability and allows your shoulders to have the proper freedom of movement. Back pad measures 47″ in length and rests approx. 17.5″ from floor. Sold Steel spotter stand in black diamond plate. Frame is constructed of 2″x 2″ 12 gauge steel in a pewter finish. This tripod bench style allows for added stability while lifting heavy loads. Each base foot is encased in a rubber cap not only to protect your floor finish in your home or gym, but to also add a grip and stability. Uprights are stationary measuring 45″ in height from floor with striker plates measuring from floor 41″ and 37″. Second position striker plate can be used for a safety bar catch if user cannot return bar to first position under heavy loads. Maximum weight capacity is 450 lbs plus user’s weight.

Product Features

  • Flat Position–Bench position used for classic bench press exercise.
  • 2 gauge steel • High density, contoured, dual-layer pad measuring 47″ x 11″ x 3″, contours to 9.5″ width
  • Model Number: BF-7
  • Construction: 12-Gauge Solid Steel
  • Bench Length: 47 Inches

Comments

Josh Montemayor says:

Good & reasonably priced Pros:-Quick delivery.-Easy to install.-Reasonably pricedCons:-It says it’s rated at 400lbs + spotter’s weight, but the uprights sway and flex a little when racking 300lbs+.-Pad is very firm. Some folks like that, so this could be a Pro or ConOverall: This is a good value for the money & sufficient for home use. If your are a serious bencher 300lbs+, you might want to go with a HammerStrength or similar commercial bench. For me, this suites…

J. Stremfel says:

This thing is pretty solid. I looked at a lot of the … This thing is pretty solid. I looked at a lot of the other bench presses out there, and I decided on this one. I ultimately went with this one because it had a solid bar rack (the other benches had adjustable ones which I can’t imagine being sturdy). The fact that it only has 2 bar positions instead of 3 is a little disappointing, but works just fine for me. I have to reach a little bit extra to rack the weight on the top rung, but overall has a nice reach length. The bench itself (the thing…

K. W. Pilota says:

Bench Review 0

Comments are disabled for this post.