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York B500 Folding Bench Package. £79.99 @ Argos

£79.99 @ Argos
# 40kg vinyl set. # 4 x 5kg vinyl discs. # 4 x 2.5kg vinyl discs. # 6 x 1.25kg vinyl discs. # 2 x 45cm D/B handle and plastic collars. # 2 x 165cm D/B handle and plastic collars. # I… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
# 40kg vinyl set.

# 4 x 5kg vinyl discs.

# 4 x 2.5kg vinyl discs.

# 6 x 1.25kg vinyl discs.

# 2 x 45cm D/B handle and plastic collars.

# 2 x 165cm D/B handle and plastic collars.

# Includes a pair of gloves and 2 sets of York floorguards.

# Size (H)102, (W)57, (L)155cm.
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#1
Looks to be a half decent deal. Have some heat.
#2
I'm sure I could squeeze this into my attic between the homebrew kit and the black & white developing equipment....
#3
great value even if basic
#4
vinyl weights are the biggest waste of money... you should only look to buy metal ones.
#5
Garbage and a wasted £80 - don't even go there.
#6
Utter rubbish. When you lifting weight above your head/chest/face etc you don't want to use anything that isn't that strong. Don't skimp.
#8
Tempted..

My son wants something like this Age 14.

I don't see the issue with vynal disks??
#9
Awful gym bench products at Argos. They're all cheap flimsy rubbish.
#10
Oops - gave heat then read the comments!!
#11
I've had some York vinyl weights for years and there rubbish, the plastic clamp things that are supposed to hold the weights to the bar don't even work and the weights become loose and slide down the bar. I agree with the above stating that metal weights are better. Don't really know much about the quality of the bench.
#12
Toecutter
I'm sure I could squeeze this into my attic between the homebrew kit and the black & white developing equipment....


I should make a movie based on a person like you... you know psycho crazy mad fool type of one....

your not an axe murderer as well are you? :thinking:

Holy **** just noticed your username as 'toecutter' as well hahahahahahahahah
#13
Thanks for the 'hot' votes.
#14
£59 at Amazon delivered reduced from £99 but thats without the weights to have it delivered from Argos is £85so if your someone like me who needs a new bench but already has loads of weights the Amazon one is a better offer.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000N3T0SC?ie=UTF8&tag=asm01000509-21&linkCode=as2&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=B000N3T0SC&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE
#15
I bought this bench last year... It's cheap, flimsy and worst of all... It's liable to TIP! The last thing you want if you are struggling with a heavy weight!

Concrete weights are a royal waste of space and money... All I can say is AVOID
#16
Chiptivo
Tempted..

My son wants something like this Age 14.

I don't see the issue with vynal disks??


your son shouldn't be lifting until he is at least sixteen...

at 14 his bones are growing faster than at any other time in his life.... lifting weights will do all sorts of damage!!

anyway, vinyl weights are rubbish as they are just cheap, and as mentioned above, rarely stay on the bar, and because they are not dense then you need a disc which is large in size if you want to lift anything over 10kg
#17
Hi - what are you basing that on?
#18
I have something very similiar to this, in black with the weights. Mint condition, if any one wants it they can have it for £40 if they pick up from bham. Thanks
#19
p19uk
vinyl weights are the biggest waste of money... you should only look to buy metal ones.


Matt.Wild
Utter rubbish. When you lifting weight above your head/chest/face etc you don't want to use anything that isn't that strong. Don't skimp.


This.

:thumbsup:
#20
steve_b21
I have something very similiar to this, in black with the weights. Mint condition, if any one wants it they can have it for £40 if they pick up from bham. Thanks


Where about in Bham are you your name says b21 im b23 might be interested in them at £30
#21
p19uk
your son shouldn't be lifting until he is at least sixteen...

at 14 his bones are growing faster than at any other time in his life.... lifting weights will do all sorts of damage!!

anyway, vinyl weights are rubbish as they are just cheap, and as mentioned above, rarely stay on the bar, and because they are not dense then you need a disc which is large in size if you want to lift anything over 10kg


That's utter rubbish your bones grow till your 21 years old and i know about this because our lad has played up to use my weights and i haven't let him till now and hes 14 after doing the research you find that its around 14 years old and if you where right why do they do weights at school then.

To the person who asked if hes 14 he should be fine if hes doing them at home make sure hes supervised or he goes to a good gym where he will be watched and a couple of times a week is more that enough.
#22
hot, good kit to try on and if you use this then you'll be worth spending more in the future. If you don't use it then you won't have wasted much.

Just bought a spinlock bar which solves alot of problems.
#23
In case it's of any interest, Tesco are currently selling the 5Kg cast iron weight discs at £5 each, the 2.5Kg ones at £1.43 each, and the 1Kg ones at £1.08 each. Four of each, as in the advertised Argos deal, would cost a fraction over £30 in total. Two of the bars to fix them on are currently just over a fiver. I think the offer expires around the middle of July, and I've only actually seen them in the large, Tesco Extra stores (the ones in Durham and Kingston Park).

Of course, you would still need to source a decent quality bench if you want to do flies and the like safely.
#24
crazymonkey
I should make a movie based on a person like you... you know psycho crazy mad fool type of one....

your not an axe murderer as well are you? :thinking:

Holy **** just noticed your username as 'toecutter' as well hahahahahahahahah


Reviewed space in attic and I was wrong... ...too many bodies up there... ...room for a crazymonkey or two though (hung well goes down well with chianti and liver, shlllllllurp)!
#25
galactico
I agree with the above stating that metal weights are better.

Yeah, me too.

Vinyl - break after a couple of years use, bulky to store, wide - limits how much weight you can fit on.
Cast iron - will last a lifetime. Cost more than vinyl, but good resale value if it all turns out to be a fad.
#26
I am based in handsworth , still for sale at £40.

i cant find an exact picture, but the bench is very similiar to this :

http://www.worldofhealthandleisure.co.uk/images/benybench05lf.jpg but in black.

The weights i have are plastic, but concrete filled.

6 x 4.5kg
6 x 2.3kg
4 x 1.1kg

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