- Fitness bench with 4 adjustable positions
- Upright, flat, incline, and decline settings
- Extra-wide seat & backrest for comfort during workout
- Max weight 300 pounds
With the Cap Deluxe Flat-Incline-Decline Bench, you can Vary your workout with 4 position options (including flat, incline & decline). sturdy foot placement and soft foam rollers for safety and comfort. Increase your agility, build strength, and improve your endurance. Bench weighs just 26 lbs. A great piece of equipment for a home gym with limited space.
Review 1 – Built well enough for this moderate user. Value choice that meets price expectations.
Super basic Cap Deluxe Flat-Incline-Decline Bench that is not super well built, but built well enough for you to use. If you are a hard core weightlifter or workout person, then this bench might not be what you are looking for. For those of us that are more moderate and use the bench 3 or 4 times a week without too much variation, then this is a very affordable option that won’t break the bank. Just be aware that it will need some checking from time to time to ensure a bolt or screw isnt coming out ….. otherwise, it works fine and does the trick.
The main idea here is to keep expectations in line with your price and you will be happy with your bench.
Review 2 – Works great for very basic workouts
Several years ago I was in the hospital with an infection that gravitated toward my thigh. Ever since I was operated on, I’ve had a really bad problem getting down on my knees because of the pain. I still like exercising, though, but anything that involves me getting down my knees has been pretty much out. I was looking for a bench that would serve as a way for me to do sit ups without getting on the floor.
The Cap Deluxe Flat-Incline-Decline Bench has absolutely fit the bill for the purpose for which I wanted it. Easy to put together, it makes it very simple for me to engage in sit ups and crunches, without the pain of going on the floor. The bench is easy to adjust; the foam pads work fine for hooking my feet under and making the crunches count.
I don’t know how this would work, though, for someone taller than me (I’m 5 ft. 9) or someone who is heavy. It’s not a super solid bench if you’re going to do more gymnastics than the basic crunches I engage in. But for very simple, basic moves, it’s perfectly fine. The price also works, too.
Review 3 – Good bench for home use.
I workout about 4 times a week. I plan 5 workouts, and if one gets dropped, I’m ok with that. So, for home use, I needed a bench like the Cap Deluxe Flat-Incline-Decline Bench that did 2 things; inclined and declined. And for under a hundred bucks, it fit the bill.
The Cap Deluxe Flat-Incline-Decline Bench is quite stable; it’s not as heavy as the ones you use at the gym, so you do need to be careful when handling weights while sitting on it. Make sure you don’t hold a heavy weight in one hand and not the other while seated or you may have a little trouble there. But, I was able to do my chest flys, tricep kick backs, and some shoulder stuff without any noticeable issues. It feels sturdy enough for home use – just be wary when you’re on it is all I’d recommend.
That knee-leg piece gets in the way. When you have the bench set to lie flat/straight that piece sticks up. I like a flat bench to be FLAT. But it’s a minor inconvenience. If you don’t want it, just don’t add it to the assembly when putting it together.
Otherwise it works well. I like it and I’m happy with it.