Pro ClubLine by Body-Solid Adjustable (Flat, Incline and Decline Bench) Bench | SFID425

$658.00

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TECHNOLOGY:

  • Fully-commercial rated
  • 1,000 lb. weight capacity
  • Matte black paint is scratch resistant and offers design versatility
  • Thick, durable padding
  • Sealed bearing and independent back & seat adjustments
  • Back pad adjusts flat, incline (15, 30, 45, 60 and 80 degrees) and decline (-18 degrees)
  • Seat pad adjusts flat, 10, and 18 degrees
  • Leg hold down to perform decline presses, sit-ups and more
  • Oversized wheels for easy transportation
  • Use with dumbbells or with smith machines, squat racks & power racks
  • Product Weight: 90 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 66.4”x 25.1” x 18”
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Description

Just like the popular Body-Solid SFID325 Adjustable Bench, the SFID425 features thick, durable padding and multiple independent back/seat adjustments. The seat pad can be adjusted to flat, 10, and 18 degrees; while the bench offers seven separate adjustments including flat, 15, 30, 45, 60 and 80 degrees as well as a -18 degree decline.

The SFID425 also features a wide seat and leg hold down which allows the user to lock their legs in place for several movements include decline bench press, decline dumbbell press, sit-ups, ball toss sit-ups and more.

The back and seat pads pivot on sealed bearings providing unsurpassed durability and quality. Oversized wheels with a front transport handle offer easy transportation and movement.

Use with dumbbells, or combine with a smith machine, squat rack or power rack, the SFID425 is the essential bench for any facility.

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