- Multi-bench for performing dumbbell workouts
- 7 total adjustment positions for versatility
- Supports chest presses, shoulder presses, crunches, and more
- Positions include flat, incline, decline, and near vertical
- Bottom transport wheels for easy mobility
Multi-purpose incline and decline bench perfect for barbell and dumbbell training
Powerline by Body Solid Folding Multi Bench
This bench comes completely assembled in the box. Open it up and get to work. Features 7 adjustment positions for flexibility and comfort. Features transport wheels for easy mobility. Solid and stable, this bench is the perfect dumbbell companion.
For all your training needs. The PFID125X Multi-Bench requires no assembly. Designed to be used straight out of the box. It’s 7 adjustments offer all the flexibility you need. Functional, compact, portable and durable, it’s the perfect training partner.
Reviews of Body-Solid Powerline Flat-Incline-Decline Folding Bench
Review 1: Excellent Body-Solid Powerline Flat-Incline-Decline Folding Bench for limited space
If you are looking for a pro workout and have more space this is not the right bench for you. But if you have limited space and want a good free weight workout the Body-Solid Powerline Flat-Incline-Decline Folding Bench is perfect. Easily folds for storage, easy to move. Works great with a pair of adjustable weight dumbbells.
Great Body-Solid Powerline Flat-Incline-Decline Folding Bench for the money and limited space.
I don’t have a lot of space for equipment, so I was looking for a bench that could fold up flat so I could lean it against the wall when not in use. I also didn’t want to feel like I was going to break it when I sat on it with weights. This is the only bench I could find that met my criteria. I was impressed by how sturdy it actually was.
For the price I thinks it is pretty unbeatable, but I can understand some of the complaints about it. I am 6′ and have big feet and the foot pegs are a little awkward, but not unusable. A taller person might have more trouble, but I’m not going to fault the bench for that as it is impossible to design a one size fits all bench.
I could also see someone taller complaining about the height, but I think this is also a consequence of being designed to fold flat. All in all, I couldn’t find anything that would work better so I have no cause for complaint. Would definitely recommend to anyone who is more casual with their work outs or without a lot of space for equipment.
Couldn’t be much better than the Body-Solid Powerline Flat-Incline-Decline Folding Bench
Others have pointed out why the Body-Solid Powerline Flat-Incline-Decline Folding Bench is a great bench, and some have pointed out some negatives. Here’s my take:
Easily folds up in 2 quick steps to be only about 6 inches thick, and is easy to stand in a corner since it isn’t too heavy and has wheels on the rear support (the wheels don’t touch the floor when in use, only when folded and stood on end).
Sturdy and heavy enough to support a lot of weight.
Comes preassembled, just folded in the box.
Has 7 positions, from decline (-17 deg) to upright (85 deg), including flat (0 deg). I don’t know what others are talking about when they say it doesn’t go truly flat. My digital bubble level doesn’t lie.
Has a locking bar for the feet (yes, it’s a little too close to the floor, so that the feet don’t completely clear it, but it works).
Looks good with silver metal and black vinyl.
Decent price and free shipping with Amazon (at the time of this review).
The cushions are stapled to the wood, which might come loose at some point, but as long as you’re just lying on it and not playing tug-of-war with it, it probably won’t be a major issue.
The styrofoam that cushioned the bench in the box left some adherent residue that I had to scrape off with my fingernails, but it did come off.
After looking and looking for a versatile bench that was compact and easy to store away when not in use, I think this is as close to ideal as I’ll get. I’m happy I bought it.