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Everlast EV1500 Multi Gym was £399 now £168.94 delivered with code at Homebase
Everlast EV1500 Multi Gym was £399 now £168.94 delivered with code at Homebase

Everlast EV1500 Multi Gym was £399 now £168.94 delivered with code at Homebase

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I noticed that the Gym equipment came under 'Garden & Outdoor' on the Homebase website. This Multigym is already half price but for the next 2 days if you add the code GARDEN20 at the checkout it takes another 20% off, taking it to £159.99 plus £8.95 delivery.

Alas my sporting days are well behind me, but thought it might be useful to somebody (20% off code applies to all gym equipment)

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Looks pretty good for the money.

Banned

Only 50kg tho'.....

Useless for The Seefman
Edited by: "seefman" 18th Mar 2011

rubbish just 50 kilo

Great for that 1 month and fed up treat :-)

Still useful for some. Women, men looking for more fitness than muscle building, or people with bad joints will find this useful. Plus you can always do burn-outs or negatives to get the muscle growth. Good price, hot from me.

Gives me an error when adding it to trolley.

EDIT

Working now.
Edited by: "ChilliHead" 18th Mar 2011

Good for a beginner, but will outgrow 50kg easily in the first 6 months of training.

NitrousUK

Still useful for some. Women, men looking for more fitness than muscle … Still useful for some. Women, men looking for more fitness than muscle building, or people with bad joints will find this useful. Plus you can always do burn-outs or negatives to get the muscle growth. Good price, hot from me.




How would you perform negatives with this equipment?

Cant see how anyone would finds this usefull , even beginners with 50kg !!

Not good

Its £199 at Argos argos as well so hardly 'half price!' but it is the cheapest price at the moment, heat from me!

Original Poster

Half price at Homebase's sister company (from £400 to £200 plus delivery) but no 20% reduction code.It seems to get good reviews on the Argos site,

eg "I have used/owned this type of product before so i do have some experiance and this is the best you would get for this price range. It is very robust, well made and has the look of a expensive bit of kit. It was quite easy to put up with the assistance of my wife. It does everything it is designed to do and I don't think anyone would be dissapointed."

It's really far too light for men wanting to seriously build muscle

50kg waste of time COLD

lol @ gym **** voting cold. I've seen you in the gym looking like ****. There are other people in the world besides big muscled blokes you know.
Edited by: "josh971" 18th Mar 2011

Surely 70kg is the start point for men even if you are out of shape. Don't really see the point maybe suitable for women or elderley.

Good luck putting it all together!

Not looked at it but normally 50kg is just the weight of the weights, not the resistants those weights produce through configuration of the cables. I had a York multi gym and things like leg extensions and lat pulldowns were at least double. If you looking to build muscle on specific areas such as biceps then only the range and isolation of free weights will do for the home user. This will be good for shoulders, back and legs for most people who are not purely into strength training. Add some dumbells and you can cover all body parts. If you want to try and do 1 bench press on a weight you can't do properly, go down the gym, at least you will get an audience laughing at you.

I will check when I have a pc not my phone but it doesn't look like this has leg extensions.

right on a pc instead of my phone now.

it does have leg extensions but i think they have the description wrong. the way the cables for the leg extension are set out the resistance must be more than the load weight. it is set out like mine was so i suspect it should be 100kg max resistance for leg extensions.

the lat pull downs look like they may just be 50kg though, although you can alter the difficulty by the width of your grip on the bar.

http://www.sportandleisureuk.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=8&products_id=2531
seems ok although ideally you would want to try sitting on a machine and having a quick play before buying it.

Edited by: "brum" 19th Mar 2011

"ideally you would want to try sitting on a machine and having a quick play before buying it."

Probably the only device around you could do that and not get arrested especialy if you a woman lol!

code doesnt work

Wooderson

How would you perform negatives with this equipment?



Just hold it when fully extended?..Not sure how you wouldnt be able to with this machine. I normally do em one the last rep, hold and let it gradually decline as my strength drains from holding it. Just use the highest weight you/machine can do.
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