Body Champ BCB807 Mid-Width Weight Bench with Arm Curl Review
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Body Champ BCB807 Mid-Width Weight Bench with Arm Curl Feature
- Sleekly designed 38-inch mid-width weight bench for the home
- Equipped with removable arm curl pad, leg developer, and adjustable uprights
- 2-1/2-inch adjustable uprights with power arc crutch tips and safety bar locks
- Advanced leg developer with Olympic Sleeve Adapter and adjustable form rollers to fit different users
- Thick boxed-style backrest with quick adjustment for military position
Body Champ BCB807 Mid-Width Weight Bench with Arm Curl Overview
This 38-inch mid-width weight bench with the contemporary arc-shaped main frame design. This bench is equipped with Arm Curl Pad, Leg Developer, and Adjustable Uprights.
- US Weight F0115 115-Pound Duracast Weight Set With Dumbbells
- US Weight 100-Pound Traditional Weight Set
- Valeo Standard Spring Collars
- Cap Barbell Regular Solid Bar
- Cap Barbell 40-Pound Dumbbell Set
This baby is NICE. I read so many assembly horror stories on other fitness equipment, that I was almost dreading the arrival of this.
(I’m a pushing-50 woman, so don’t think a woman can’t put this together)
It came today, and it wasn’t “SOME assembly required”, it was “ALL assembly required”. But I had it done in 1 hour and 15 minutes, with no missing parts, no misaligned holes, no bloodshed, heck, I didn’t even have to cuss at it!
It’s a good thing I’ve never been one to follow directions exactly, because the first one was “With the help of an assistant…”.
Well, I didn’t have one of those. The only assistant I needed was my step stool to lean the uprights against while I attached a cross piece, and then I was good to go, as it was freestanding after that.
The directions were extremely clear, the packaging of the parts was excellent, everything sealed and clearly labeled. The overall packaging was great. It even had the wrenches, but they are the cheap cut-out kind, use your own, if you have them, if not, these will work, just not as comfortably.
Since I won’t be loading it with the kind of weight a man would, I can’t speak to how much it will take, but it is sturdy enough for me.
I’ll try to remember to update later after it has some miles on it.
UPDATE 4/28/10: I do agree with “asilverguy” who said the arm curl is basically useless. I thought maybe I was just too short for it. I prefer curls with barbell and dumbbells, anyway, so it’s not a huge loss as far as I am concerned. But if that feature is important to you, you may want to reconsider.