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  • Excellent Quality
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    BEST Tower I have EVER owned ...and I have owned several. The design of this space saving tower is impressive. LOVE IT!!!

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    Dan L. November 7, 2016
  • cheap and uncomfortable
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    For starters, I received a box of poorly packaged rattling parts. Ok, moving on. When putting this together, make sure to tighten with a lot of force (so to minimize the wobble), but don’t strip’em. So, anyway… This is designed for someone well over 6’6”. When trying to perform leg raises, my arms are so far apart that my neck/shoulders hurt before I can get a good ab workout -- all while enjoying the very tiny back support. Additionally, the arm and back supports are made from very cheap soft wood. I can see the screws popping out soon. And, you get a 2”x2” platform on which to balance two toes. Almost forgot to mention, on mine, the handles are offset. When performing dips, you’re way out on extended tubes, not “handles.” Along with the uncomfortable wide grip, you bounce when trying to do those last few reps that count. Pull-ups, again, far apart and wide grip makes for a rough and difficult workout. All in all, extremely uncomfortable, bulky and over-sized piece of, sure we’ll call it equipment. Funny thing, I bought it thinking it would take up minimal space, ha ha, jokes on me. I’d rather do dips using my dining room furniture and leg raises using my abs slings -- though I was really looking for some back support. Oh well.

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    billerocket August 11, 2012
  • Power tower
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    Very disappointed in this product. Expected a much better quality for the price. To use this product with good form you need to be at least 5'10" tall. If you're any shorter, your not going to be able to properly use this tower without killing your shoulders and arms

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    teresadavoli August 2, 2012
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