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Weight Lifting Bench £79.99 @ Aldi

£79.99 @ ALDI
I know there has been a couple of posts, but I thought this looks quite sturdy from the photos i seen online. Here's the blurb Weight Lifting Bench £ 79.99 Strengthen, tighten and tone your body with… Read More
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1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago
I know there has been a couple of posts, but I thought this looks quite sturdy from the photos i seen online.
Here's the blurb

Weight Lifting Bench
£ 79.99
Strengthen, tighten and tone your body with this multi-functional, fully adjustable bench.

Product description

With adjustable tools and an elastic belt, this Weight Lifting Bench comes with all the little extras you need to work out your whole body.

Features
Easy-to-hold V handle for arm exercises
Adjustable tools for leg exercises
Extra handle and elastic belt for core training and standing exercises

Dimensions: L 186 x W 140 x H 119.5- 140.5cm
Material: Steel
Maximum User Weight: 150kg

Product Type: Fitness Equipment

If you have any queries, or you'd like advice on any of our products, please contact Customer Services. Although product information is regularly updated, Aldi is unable to accept liability for any incorrect information. This does not affect your statutory rights. This information is supplied for personal use only, and may not be reproduced in any way without the prior consent of Aldi nor without due acknowledgement.
On Sale Date
28 Feb 2016

Warranty Period
36 month(s)

Helpline Number
0080052776787

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iant67
No weights included. Not foldable. Cold.


Do you even lift??

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[mod]#1
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price and merchant to the title.
Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.
2 Likes #2
for some of cold voters out there, who are bring vindictive towards me. If you actually look at the frame and load capacity, you realize this beats the men health one, in argos.hands down. Which is allot more in price
#3
andywedge
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price and merchant to the title.
Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.
I thought I added it. But the website being so slow, something went wrong. So no issue with me.
#4
No weights included. Not foldable. Cold.
7 Likes #5
iant67
No weights included. Not foldable. Cold.


Do you even lift??
3 Likes #6
no weights suit me fine
1 Like #7
iant67
No weights included. Not foldable. Cold.
Because all weight benches are fold up in nice neat in cardboard boxes. Dont be stupid!
As for no weights, who wants those plastic cement weights. They are rubish
1 Like #8
good find op, heat added
#9
Someone cant spell in here, too much weight lifting deadening the brain
1 Like #10
Not for me as I don't need weights as I'm super duper fit and strong ( true story X)

Decent price though so heated up for those that may benefit.

Edited By: pennyfarthing88 on Feb 26, 2016 21:54
#11
HEAT!

Spot on Lee, this is one of the best constructed ones out there for less than a £100 ;-)

Hi-res pix:

https://cdn.aldi-digital.co.uk/Weight-Lifting-Bench-A.jpg?o=4HOi8UFn0UPPsmjp2K%40Osh3YGO4j&V=tcFH&p=2&q=50

https://cdn.aldi-digital.co.uk/Weight-Lifting-Bench-A.jpg?o=4HOi8UFn0UPPsmjp2K%40Osh3YGO4j&V=tcFH&p=2&q=50

https://cdn.aldi-digital.co.uk/Weight-Lifting-Bench-B.jpg?o=24PqdCdAfosDQCQESrKXA7PhqqQj&V=1xzB

https://cdn.aldi-digital.co.uk/Weight-Lifting-Bench-B.jpg?o=24PqdCdAfosDQCQESrKXA7PhqqQj&V=1xzB

* note that is NOT me working out on said bench.. I have much bigger GUNS!.. :D
#12
Yes it is..
#13
Can you do front leg curls with this?
#14
Nice bit of kit for the money... I bought a Kettler Torso last spring, never took it out of it's box due to lack of leg curl / benching facility. I will sell that and buy this instead.

Thank you OP.
1 Like #15
max user weight 150kg... would that mean that's the maximum weight the bench could cope with me lifting, or the max weight of me *and* the bench combined? if the latter, i'm going to have to find something stronger... :( shame, because it looks pretty well built for the money.
#16
looks weird... like they have sort of designed it to look stable and added bits on here and there 'just because'
also looks like the stands will be in the way when benching but i am not sure of the dimensions
says 140cm wide but then you are going to need a 7 foot bar but thats not a 7 foot bar in the pic

i like the way the 'long barbell' set they sell is labelled 120cm - surely not?
be fun trying together with this!
#17
Having no weights with it is good because it means it will take up less room when it's gathering dust in your cupboard/shed/spare room.
#18
iant67
No weights included. Not foldable. Cold.

If you want weights and a folding bench then this is the best i could find

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/weight-bench-with-35-kg-weights-only-99-99-was-219-99-argos-2402952
#19
I'm trying to work out, if this would be any good for squats
#20
The Aldi bench is a wider bench. Judging by the space in between the headrest and bar rests. I have a York 530 and that space feels cramped. Looks like the Argos ones are the same. This compares more withe maximus ones

Edited By: DE4L3R on Feb 27, 2016 06:41
#21
leeparsons
I'm trying to work out, if this would be any good for squats
whats to work out? oO
#22
leeparsons
I'm trying to work out, if this would be any good for squats


It wouldn't. You'd probably want to look for a squat rack/cage
#23
bladesuk1
max user weight 150kg... would that mean that's the maximum weight the bench could cope with me lifting, or the max weight of me *and* the bench combined? if the latter, i'm going to have to find something stronger... :( shame, because it looks pretty well built for the money.


Could do with knowing this, lifting 100kg would mean I'd have to get down to featherweight, which is kind of going against the reason for buying it
1 Like #24
Excellent for hanging clothes when not in use
#25
Looking at the construction, the barbell stays are more supported at the side with the bench supported in the middle. I'm guessing the 150kg limit is probably for a loaded barbell as opposed to weight plus bodyweight. Looks good design and value for money, nice to have preacher pad with it.
#26
mantamagic
Looking at the construction, the barbell stays are more supported at the side with the bench supported in the middle. I'm guessing the 150kg limit is probably for a loaded barbell as opposed to weight plus bodyweight. Looks good design and value for money, nice to have preacher pad with it.
you beat me to it.


Edited By: leeparsons on Feb 27, 2016 10:15
#27
Looks Good irrespective of the manufacturer or who is selling it.
150kg Max User Weight
3 Year warranty
Lots of attachments

What's not to like ?

HEAT
#28
Can anyone send a link to a decent set of weights that are suitable with this? Cheers
#29
grabme
Can anyone send a link to a decent set of weights that are suitable with this? Cheers


Go on aldi website, looks like bar set and weights. weights just over £1 a kg. looks decent to me for a home set, plates max 10kg which isn't the best though.
#30
Picked one up from Castleford store at approx 3pm, they had 5 or 6 left.
Didn't go for the bar and weights though - the bar was packaged in a way that it must be in two pieces, no way would I trust a bar like that.
#31
jrdno7
grabme
Can anyone send a link to a decent set of weights that are suitable with this? Cheers
Go on aldi website, looks like bar set and weights. weights just over £1 a kg. looks decent to me for a home set, plates max 10kg which isn't the best though.
The weights are not great value. Your better off watching on here for something.
#32
absolute bargain bench top quality frames can't believe it only 80 quid seen it yesterday binned my old one today got the I paid a few quid feel about it as well. If ya compare the specs of this on net cost easy 350 bargain
#33
Got this for 40quid from aldi Northampton (: now need to find space in my flat and a good barbell.
#34
ZazZYo
Got this for 40quid from aldi Northampton (: now need to find space in my flat and a good barbell.
You dd very well then. I seen it for 59.99 and i thought that was a good reduction
#35
I went to my local and have been told that all the stock is gone now. So i will expire this.
#36
got for £47.99
#37
Steve-O 2008
got for £47.99
Did you? Ironically on Thursday night, my parents phoned me and said there was in one in store in camborne.I paid £39.99. Like the previous person who said they paid that price. I was going to buy it when it was £59.99, but it went out of stock.
I am pretty happy with what I got. It's definitely the most sturdy bench i have ever owned.The frame is solid, once you get it built. It ways around 40kg. Which is pretty heavy. But heavy isnt a bad thing in this instance.
It's well packaged, and quality workmanship. Now I just got to get a new bar. As my <5ft one, is way to short.
Anyone know where to get cheap 1" bars to then? From intial measurements i took, i need a 6.4ft + one. Or am I wrong?
The manual is some what poor at best. As if you follow the exact instructions, you need to keep flipping over the booklet from the setting up the 1 of the 6 sections break down, to the specifiate parts, and to the actual diagram for reference. Got there eventually. I am pretty sure this will last a very very long time.
It's definitely the dogs **** for £40

Edited By: leeparsons on Apr 24, 2016 02:40
#38
Aldi reduction prices seem to be store specific or managers decision as we have 3 stores within 3 miles of each other and the reduction prices vary eg a drill 29.99 down to 24.99 at one store and 19.99 at the other store and the other store hadn't even reduced it yet
#39
Steve-O 2008
Aldi reduction prices seem to be store specific or managers decision as we have 3 stores within 3 miles of each other and the reduction prices vary eg a drill 29.99 down to 24.99 at one store and 19.99 at the other store and the other store hadn't even reduced it yet
madness aint it?
#40
Aldi Wallsend had one at the till from £79.99 down to £19.99 today

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