Men's Health Multi Function Bench With Footrest £49.99 Argos
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Men's Health Multi Function Bench With Footrest £49.99 Argos

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Found 28th Mar
This Men's Health fitness bench has six adjustable positions including upright, flat, incline, and decline so you can train your arms, abs, shoulders, chest, back and more. It is the ideal bench for dumbbell and abdominal exercises. Other Men's Health's gyms can be used with this bench for even more workout options.

Six adjustable positions.Height adjustable preacher pad for ideal body position.Foot rest holds feet during sit ups and other abdominal exercises.Maximum user weight 110kg (17st 5lb)

Was £79.99 now £49.99
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Wish I had space for something like this in the house, doesn’t seem bad for £50. Heat added
Got this and the only problem is you can't fold it down flat for storage other than that it's a great bench.
Cold, no beer can holder
zed6859 s ago

Cold, no beer can holder


Balance it on your moobs.
zed6811 m ago

Cold, no beer can holder

Or ashtray!
smallsteve7 m ago

Or ashtray!


Indeed, or my tv's remote
Over 3 hours in and there’s been no idiotic beefcake commenting that this is no good because it can’t support the weight of a well established elephant or a small caravan - impressive!
brooky1 h, 31 m ago

Over 3 hours in and there’s been no idiotic beefcake commenting that this i …Over 3 hours in and there’s been no idiotic beefcake commenting that this is no good because it can’t support the weight of a well established elephant or a small caravan - impressive!


Tbh most of those comments are valid. An average sized guy is around 80kg+ which will leave you with next to no headroom for using weights.
DeanSupreme.uk5 h, 5 m ago

Got this and the only problem is you can't fold it down flat for storage …Got this and the only problem is you can't fold it down flat for storage other than that it's a great bench.



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flat enough surely?

edit.. hmm seems theyve got two different benches displayed in the pictures. typical argos confusion


the user wieght is 110kg. the training mass is another 60kg on top of that. so should be capable of supporting most beefcakes with ease lol.
Edited by: "davejb" 28th Mar
jimferno23 m ago

Tbh most of those comments are valid. An average sized guy is around 80kg+ …Tbh most of those comments are valid. An average sized guy is around 80kg+ which will leave you with next to no headroom for using weights.


The maximum user weight is 110kg, But I didn’t see mention of overall loading weight!? Not that it is an issue for me as my bench can take the weight of an elephant, albeit I tend to stick to the church mouse dumbbells!
davejb34 m ago

[Image] flat enough surely?edit.. hmm seems theyve got two different …[Image] flat enough surely?edit.. hmm seems theyve got two different benches displayed in the pictures. typical argos confusionthe user wieght is 110kg. the training mass is another 60kg on top of that. so should be capable of supporting most beefcakes with ease lol.


Must be a newer model than mine?Can't do that with the one I've got.
nah i think argos mucked up and thats actually two different benches theyve displayed. they do it all the time. very confusing.
smallsteve51 m ago

The maximum user weight is 110kg, But I didn’t see mention of overall l …The maximum user weight is 110kg, But I didn’t see mention of overall loading weight!? Not that it is an issue for me as my bench can take the weight of an elephant, albeit I tend to stick to the church mouse dumbbells!


Low weight bearing benches always state a max user weight rather than an overall load. I'd take the 110KG as it's overall and certainly wouldn't be comfortable being a 80-100kg bloke attempting to press upwards of 100kg on it.

But, like you, I have a bench rated much higher(400kg). I currently weigh 76kg and press 120kg and have plenty of headroom for if I get heavier or my lifts increase.

Mirafit do some benches with reasonable weight limits for not much more than the Argos tat.
someone asked it in the questions section. user weight is 110kg with up to 60kg load on top. so thats a total of 170kg. (or 30kg on the preacher rest.) its designed for dumbell exercises rather than bench presses so 60kg should be more than enough.
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