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Men's Health Home Gym = £199.99 @ Argos [half price]

£199.99 @ Argos
Maybe get £20 vouchers back? Ideal for a range of exercises, this Men's Health home gym offers great versatility. From leg extensions to shoulder press, this functional gym station will be a great …
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Maybe get £20 vouchers back?

Ideal for a range of exercises, this Men's Health home gym offers great versatility. From leg extensions to shoulder press, this functional gym station will be a great addition to your fitness workout and is designed with the user in mind.

Weight stack 65kg providing 90kg maximum resistance.
Butterfly press.
Pec dec.
Leg extension.
Arm curl.
Low rowing.
Triceps press.
Chest press.
Lat pull down.
Double ratio sealed roller bearing with covers pulley system.

General information:

Maximum user weight 125kg (19st 10lb).
Size H200, W76, D175cm.
Weight 115kg.
Packed flat.
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#1
"* Please note item 2144177 has previously been on sale at 175.39."
#2
Bass_Monkey
"* Please note item 2144177 has previously been on sale at 175.39."

I know I saw that too... unfortunately my delorean broke down.
#3
As ever with Argos, one has to question whether this is really half price/a good deal regardless of what they tell you.
#4
I'm a newbie to weights, only have dumbbells right now. Started 3 weeks ago, doing 10-15 reps of various exercises with them (squats, chest press, curls, plus a few others), not sure whether i should get something like this or pay £200ish for a power cage and get myself a barbell. btw being a newbie my weights are only 25kg at the mo(don't take the mic you hardcore lifters!, I'll get there)
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genieuk2008
I'm a newbie to weights, only have dumbbells right now. Started 3 weeks ago, doing 10-15 reps of various exercises with them (squats, chest press, curls, plus a few others), not sure whether i should get something like this or pay £200ish for a power cage and get myself a barbell. btw being a newbie my weights are only 25kg at the mo(don't take the mic you hardcore lifters!, I'll get there)
Personally mate, i just get a bench. A cage, which is going to be nearly 200 notes, and your need to add a bench to that. Plus thats over kill for the amount of weight your be lifting. A cage is great for squats, but you can still do a lot from free weights and strict movements, like dead lifts etc.
Perhaps you should get yourself into a cheap college gym, get use to using weights, and what works best for you. Do yourself a favour, and look at the videos on youtube etc,
Also, don't do machine weight's. There is nothing wrong with them, but if you want to build up your core muscle and coordination, this takes allot of effort out of them. They are handy for some exercises, but you gain allot more from free weights,
Basically it save you money in the long run.

Edited By: leeparsons on Dec 03, 2014 03:11
#6
Just brought this so I know you only get a free 10 pound voucher not 20
#7
For the same price you could get around 2yrs gym membership without the hassle of finding a place in your home to store this cold IMO
#8
Bought this when it was on offer before in black and red, up in the garage and still used by hubby and two teenage son's. They seem to think it's good and a lot cheaper than 3 gym memberships.
#9
Gyms round my way are in the region of £30-£70 pm, I'm a bit too old for college gyms just turning 40. My nephews getting rid of his bench, will just nick it off him and get a barbell.

Been reading and watching loads on bodybuilder.com.
#10
Looks like a do it yourself helicopter I was excited
banned#11
jsb5
Just brought this so I know you only get a free 10 pound voucher not 20


Tell us, where did you bring it to?
#12
Last time Argos had a £10 off voucher, I bought something at £99.99 but the kind lady at the till suggested I buy a Malteser bar to get it over the £100 and so I got my tenner back (less the cost of the choccy bar). Well pleased as was going to buy an overpriced battery from them to round it up. Doesn't work in multiples of £100 though

Only other issue I have had is that their stock control has gone down the pan. Fast Track collection has failed me twice (with the item not being there at all) and on other items I have had to wait for about 20 minutes in store whilst they find them. Too much concentration on being an ebay collection depot (that must be killing their trade) and not enough focus on getting their core business right.

And why on earth do they tell us that we are being overcharged for the item and that it has been cheaper before? - I avoid just on that basis
#13
jamie32
For the same price you could get around 2yrs gym membership without the hassle of finding a place in your home to store this cold IMO

I wonder why people have cars when they can just use public transport. Crazy world!

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