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Weider 900 Seated Vertical Multi Gym - £100 delivered @ ebuyer !
Weider 900 Seated Vertical Multi Gym - £100 delivered @ ebuyer !

Weider 900 Seated Vertical Multi Gym - £100 delivered @ ebuyer !

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Weider 900 Seated Vertical Multi Gym - £100 delivered @ ebuyer !

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Features :-

Max weight High Pulley 63 kg
Max weight Butterfly 43 kg
Max weight Arm Press 77 kg
Max weight Low Pulley 73 kg
Durastack weights 51 kg - This single stack of rugged vinyl weights provide a long-lasting resistance system.
High Pulley/Lat Tower with bar - Specialise your back workout by using a variety of hand positions on the lat bar.
Detachable Seat - Take away the seat when executing the Low Pulley.
Low Pulley - Use the low pulley for a variety of exercises including curls and rows.
Butterfly station - Comfortable padded horizontal butterfly arms.
Arm Press - Press your way to a chiselled chest at the seated chest press station.
Dimensions assembled (w-l-h) - 100x105x205cm
Dimensions packed (w-l-h) - 193x71x23 cm
Weight 90 kg
Max user weight 135 kg

24 Comments

Banned

i dont what the price of these are normally, but this has got to be a steal!

Heh, I wonder how much it costs them to deliver it

Delivery is free

I can get my bench on

Original Poster

Thanks guys


http://img530.imageshack.us/img530/4947/21ax9.jpg

For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice 1!:thumbsup:

However..... for those not quite in the know, i am an avid gym fan and i can certainly advise that the stack of 51Kg wouldn't last long if you know what i mean.

At 12st i could do the stack on all mentioned excercises so would only suit a starter really.

Not bragging honest :whistling: ... just warning

Nice 1 edi!

Original Poster

sid_davo

For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice … For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice 1!:thumbsup: However..... for those not quite in the know, i am an avid gym fan and i can certainly advise that the stack of 51Kg wouldn't last long if you know what i mean.At 12st i could do the stack on all mentioned excercises so would only suit a starter really.Not bragging honest :whistling: ... just warningNice 1 edi!



Thanks for the comment sid_davo, much appreciated

Agree theres not enough weights there but you might be able to buy extra for this. Not sure tho.

This certainly looks to be a great deal but if you considering buying this check out the comments on ebuyer regarding the difficulty putting this together, looks to me like you might need a degree in construction!

phiras

Delivery is free



I think he means I wonder how much ebuyer are paying for delivery. They must be making a loss on this thing?


I wonder if I can get a cheap garage to put one in......

zezlez

This certainly looks to be a great deal but if you considering buying … This certainly looks to be a great deal but if you considering buying this check out the comments on ebuyer regarding the difficulty putting this together, looks to me like you might need a degree in construction!



Exactly what I thought. I looked at it, thought it looks a great present for my son....then realised I would have to put it together.

Top price anyway so off to leave rep.

sid_davo

For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice … For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice 1!:thumbsup: However..... for those not quite in the know, i am an avid gym fan and i can certainly advise that the stack of 51Kg wouldn't last long if you know what i mean.At 12st i could do the stack on all mentioned excercises so would only suit a starter really.Not bragging honest :whistling: ... just warningNice 1 edi!


max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you are twelve stone and can curl 73kg, so i for one question your honesty :roll:

Only 2 left - very tempted, especially with free delivery, but got no-where to put it at the mo!

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scratch

max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you … max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you are twelve stone and can curl 73kg, so i for one question your honesty :roll:



A tad harsh I feel.

The low pulley would also be used for rowing. And let's face it, simple exercises like curls and the like, you'd buy a cheap dumbbell and barbell set - cheaper, and doesn't take up anything like the same amount of space.

Something a bit bigger like this, you'd expect to use for the types of things they have machines for in gyms, that you can't as easily do at home with a simple bar or dumbells - so things like rowing and lat pulldowns, and some bench based exercises.

And as such, looking at the max weight stacks, it is going to be something that's really for a beginner, really - and specifically the max weight for the high and low pulleys, would be something I'd expect that most men will soon find they are heading towards the maximum weight on the stack.

It does seem like a good price for the amount of kit you're getting. But just a few words of caution - they tend (at this price point) to require a fair deal of construction; will need maintenance - things like cables stretch, pulleys wear; also it will take up a fair amount of space; it won't be anything like as robust or sturdy as something you may have tried at a gym; most men will likely find the weight stacks aren't generous enough after a small amount of use.

Much exercise kit gets bought, used briefly, then stands around with clothes hanging on them. This will be a sizable amount of kit for a clothes stand, and may well soon disappoint in either it's construction, or capacity. If you're gonna get one, be realistic about what you'll use it for, how much space it will take up and how unwiedly it will be to move, how sturdy it is, and it's max capacity.

Lester Burnham

A tad harsh I feel.The low pulley would also be used for rowing. And … A tad harsh I feel.The low pulley would also be used for rowing. And let's face it, simple exercises like curls and the like, you'd buy a cheap dumbbell and barbell set - cheaper, and doesn't take up anything like the same amount of space.Something a bit bigger like this, you'd expect to use for the types of things they have machines for in gyms, that you can't as easily do at home with a simple bar or dumbells - so things like rowing and lat pulldowns, and some bench based exercises.And as such, looking at the max weight stacks, it is going to be something that's really for a beginner, really - and specifically the max weight for the high and low pulleys, would be something I'd expect that most men will soon find they are heading towards the maximum weight on the stack.It does seem like a good price for the amount of kit you're getting. But just a few words of caution - they tend (at this price point) to require a fair deal of construction; will need maintenance - things like cables stretch, pulleys wear; also it will take up a fair amount of space; it won't be anything like as robust or sturdy as something you may have tried at a gym; most men will likely find the weight stacks aren't generous enough after a small amount of use.Much exercise kit gets bought, used briefly, then stands around with clothes hanging on them. This will be a sizable amount of kit for a clothes stand, and may well soon disappoint in either it's construction, or capacity. If you're gonna get one, be realistic about what you'll use it for, how much space it will take up and how unwiedly it will be to move, how sturdy it is, and it's max capacity.



Sound advice! Welcome to HUKD too

scratch

max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you … max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you are twelve stone and can curl 73kg, so i for one question your honesty :roll:




Your braver than me then !?, DON'T annoy the guy !!!! He could snap your neck off !??! ;-)

:giggle: :giggle:

sid_davo

For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice … For a beginner this would be a reasonable deal so voted hot! nice 1!:thumbsup: However..... for those not quite in the know, i am an avid gym fan and i can certainly advise that the stack of 51Kg wouldn't last long if you know what i mean.At 12st i could do the stack on all mentioned excercises so would only suit a starter really.Not bragging honest :whistling: ... just warningNice 1 edi!


out of interest
how much do you bench?

It's out of stock now...

scratch

max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you … max weight low pullet 73 kg this is for curling , i dont believe that you are twelve stone and can curl 73kg, so i for one question your honesty :roll:



are you able to curl with one arm on this machine? if not, then 73kg won't last long. and anyway, the weights are too low for most other exercises that it supports.

i agree that this machine isn't worth touching by a gym goer.

Try and help out and just look at the backlash! :roll:

Cheers Lester....! and welcome!

The comment made was "a 51Kg stack wouldn't last long"

i have to confirm the buidling is a total pain in the ass

i bought one of these

http://www.fitnessboutique.es/product_images/wei_sparingsystem_f.jpg

£260 free del - from ebay but he's got loads in stock

but yeah back to my point - it took me around a total of 6-8 hrs to build it! there's some real fiddly nuts bolts and the pulley system can take a long time to figure out.

once i built mine i was like f*ck using it i just wanna veg out front of the tele... *L*

sid_davo

Try and help out and just look at the backlash! :roll: Cheers Lester....! … Try and help out and just look at the backlash! :roll: Cheers Lester....! and welcome!The comment made was "a 51Kg stack wouldn't last long"



i was agreeing with you sid.
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