Extra Value Seated Vertical Multi Gym £89.99 DELIVERED! - HotUKDeals
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Extra Value Seated Vertical Multi Gym, was £149.99 now £89.99 and also comes with "22.5kg Bottom Weights for Home Gym" and "22.5kg Top Weights for Home Gym" free! I was looking at buying one of these before xmas, but shipping was quite expensive and the Free Delivery wasnt available as it is a two man delivery, however you can now select free 5 day delivery for it!

Got good reviews on ebuyer, and at £89.99 delivered is by far the cheapest Multi Gym I have seen.
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#1
Looks good - excellent price - i need to justify it tho to the misus! - new house + new gym?
voted hot looks solid enough!
#2
That looks great. Would love to get it but got no room in the house
#3
It gets decent reviews on Ebuyer and I've considered getting it, but the maximum weights you can use will be 45kg, you can't add any more to it according to the manual. Most people will easily progress past 45kg after a few months for certain exercises, but for general use this would be fine. It is a great price and as as Shane8960 said they've finally seen sense and put the free delivery option back on it, a few weeks ago they wanted to charge £60 delivery!!!

BTW, the dimensions of this are 140.5cm deep, 205cm high and 109cm wide (that's the width of the pull-down bars)
#4
Great price. Not seen it this low on Ebuyer before.
#5
maybe okay for women or kids maybe but surely not grown men - it doesnt have the weight capacity to buid up any kind of strength.
I guuess its also okay for those who just want to exercise but I thought weight training was primarily used to build muscle strength.
#6
Here's the Manual

http://image.ebuyer.com/customer/promos/home_gym_manual.pdf

I'm tempted - Just need to become toned up - Not interested in building up muscle bulk/strength.
#7
Looks good but I really don't think the weights are heavy enough.

A grown man would progress past the limits of this machines in a matter of a few months.

It depends what you want to use this thing for I guess. I am going to stick to the gym
#8
Will stick to my £5 swiss ball and £15 dumbells
#9
Anyone know if you can merely add weight to the system, or would you be stuck at 45kg?
#10
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Anyone know if you can merely add weight to the system, or would you be stuck at 45kg?


bjmcghee said
the maximum weights you can use will be 45kg, you can't add any more to it according to the manual
#11
Maybe ok for a laaady, but no good for a man, the weight capacity is far too light, and your better off with free weights anyway for a good workout.

my gym membership works out at £14.50 a month, and they have a half million pound free weights area with about a dozen benches..I also get squash courts for free whenever I want used by the Edinburgh Squash team - baaaaaargain :p
#12
These look like the ones they have at Decathlon.
#13
Does anyone know where i can pick up a cheap set of Metal Dumbell and Barbell set?
#14
sn196
Does anyone know where i can pick up a cheap set of Metal Dumbell and Barbell set?


ARGOS
#15
Anybody got an Ebuyer code
#16
THIS HAS NOW BEEN DISCOUNTINUED :whistling:

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