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Weider Pro 5500 Multi Gym + Free Delivery £349.00 @ fitnessequipment4u

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Cheapest online price for a well reviewed top brand home gym. (RRP £649) The Weider PRO 5500 multi gym is an eye-catching piece of equipment designed for home use that has been created to guaran… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Cheapest online price for a well reviewed top brand home gym.

(RRP £649)

The Weider PRO 5500 multi gym is an eye-catching piece of equipment designed for home use that has been created to guarantee safe and comfortable workouts. With a leg developer, a butterfly station, an arm press and high and low pulley stations this great piece of kit is sure to give you great results. It features a solid tubular steel frame for extra durability, as well as a fully padded vinyl-covered seat and foam rollers ensuring maximum comfort. In addition, the precision bearing pulley provides a smooth movement of the weights. The multi gym offers an 85kg (187.4lbs) single stack of weights in a protective shroud.

Key Features:

Precision Bearing Pulley - Improvement of the pulley fluidity
Butterfly station - Comfortable padded horizontal butterfly arms
Leg Developer - Padded, 4-foam station isolates quads and hamstrings for leg extensions and curls. Arm Press - To workout chest and arm muscles
High Pulley with multi grip lat bar - Specialise your back workout by using a variety of hand positions on the multi grip lat bar
Low Pulley - Use the low pulley for a variety of exercises including curls and rows
Safety Shield - Ensures safe travel of weight stack
Adjustable Seat and Preacher Pad - Ensures a comfortable workout position
Ankle Strap - To help you to get the most of the pulleys

Weight Stack: 85kg (187.4lbs)
Max Weight High Pulley: 102kg (224.8lbs)
Max Weight Butterfly: 40kg (88.2lbs)
Max Weight Arm Press: 120kg (264.5lbs)
Max Weight Low Pulley: 110kg (242.5lbs)
Dimensions Assembled: Length=200cm (78.7”), Width=110cm (43.3”), Height=210cm (82.7”)
Product Weight: 150kg (330.7lbs)
Max User Weight: 135kg (297.6lbs)
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Very good price but not really £300....rrp seems to be inflated. It's around £400 other places.....so £349 is deffo a good price if someone is in the market for one of these.

I would consider for myself....but want horizontal and maybe inclined benchpress for this price.
1 Like #2
Nice piece of equipment and good price but if you are serious then free weights are better.
#3
The next best price is £417, but that doesn't include delivery.

It's retailing all the way up to £789 in some places!

Best all round gym I could find at this price anyway.
#4
As Carbonise said go with free weights if you can, but I had similar for a while as a stop gap (after divorce) and it was fine, its a good stack but be aware that on the higher weight settings the gaps between weights is quite large, iirc as much as 15kgs, so had to resort to hanging weight plates on the stack to get progression, but that is the nature of multigyms that use the pulley system to increase weight,

Try this link

Or I have This in a small bedroom add a set of free weights and you are good to go....



Edited By: mfactor on Dec 01, 2014 16:37: edit
1 Like #5
Good stocking filler, thanks
#6
Horse pills - how big are the stockings in your house ?? Lol
#7
mfactor
As Carbonise said go with free weights if you can, but I had similar for a while as a stop gap (after divorce) and it was fine, its a good stack but be aware that on the higher weight settings the gaps between weights is quite large, iirc as much as 15kgs, so had to resort to hanging weight plates on the stack to get progression, but that is the nature of multigyms that use the pulley system to increase weight,

Try this link

Or I have This in a small bedroom add a set of free weights and you are good to go....

Thats a nice weights bench ya posted there! Good station also.

Well to be honest I seen this one for sale second hand in great condition but was unable to collect it in time, I hadn't done my research either was only starting it. So it turns out I missed a fantastic deal that time, I was hoping for one to come up second hand again but it didn't (occasionally there are some asits a popular gym)

So I have been set on this one for a while. All the reviews are positive. I know that free weights are the way to go in the long run but I can't see myself getting into them right away, or maybe never I don't know if its something I would stick at. As for my needs, I'm a bit like yourself as you mentioned earlier, similar personal circumstances and I could have done with something like this to focus myself on a lot sooner to be honest!!

Anyway, heres's a product video for anyone interested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KO6iS3IE44E
#8
if u r serious about goals, do a favour dont use this, rather pickup some free weights and ur body will thank u
#9
its lovely looking but nowhere near enough weight. maybe good for ladies though.

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