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Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym $629, Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym EXPIRED

stuntgoats 167 55 May 15, 2015 at 07:44 PM in Exercise Equipment (5) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 05-16-2015 by slickdewmaster at 06:52 AM View Original Post
Walmart has a couple of Bowflex Home Gyms on Sale. Shipping is Free. Thanks stuntgoats and FunkidsAmazon also has a couple of Bowflex Home Gyms on Sale. Shipping is Free.

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The Bowflex PR1000 has earned 4.5 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on 395 customer reviews. The Bowflex PR3000 has earned 4.3 stars overall, based on 89 customer reviews. - slickdewmaster

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Amazon also has a couple of Bowflex Home Gyms on Sale. Shipping is Free.

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Edited May 15, 2015 at 10:19 PM by DeividdoSama
Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym [amazon.com] $649 free shipping @ amazon.com

Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym [amazon.com] $349 free shipping @ amazon.com


Cheaper than previous front page deal posted by discombobulatedwith prices of PR3000 at $710 and PR1000 at $360
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Walmart same price.
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Kind of want the $350 one but scared it might not have enough weights. Blah, splurge on a better one or get this one and upgrade down the line?
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I always see these on craigslist for cheap. They're decent equipment, but a lot of people seem to buy them and keep them as clothes hangers...
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I always see these on craigslist for cheap. They're decent equipment, but a lot of people seem to buy them and keep them as clothes hangers...
yup lots on eBay for local pickup. It takes commitment before you want to splurge $700 = 2 yrs gym member?
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yup lots on eBay for local pickup. It takes commitment before you want to splurge $700 = 2 yrs gym member?

And workout with all those dirty people... shake head
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almost jumped as my 12 year is ready to start lifting. Found 5 on Cl for 1/2 price
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For f sake people. Every single time a deal for home gym is posted, CI and expensive clothes hanger comments are aplenty. We get it. You can buy a used item cheaper than brand new. But this is for a brand new product. Who knows what people have done on/to the used ones. Sweat, mating fluid, and other excretion and erection bio germs are possible inhabitants on such used items. I guess some see this as value added. Good deal OP. Ignore the ungrateful bashers.
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^ This guy has a point. THanks OP
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Quote from gigalevu View Post :
For f sake people. Every single time a deal for home gym is posted, CI and expensive clothes hanger comments are aplenty. We get it. You can buy a used item cheaper than brand new. But this is for a brand new product. Who knows what people have done on/to the used ones. Sweat, mating fluid, and other excretion and erection bio germs are possible inhabitants on such used items. I guess some see this as value added. Good deal OP. Ignore the ungrateful bashers.
I personally don't buy used equipment either. Yes it is cheaper but your right, who knows what has been done to, or more importantly, on that equipment! I'm with Ya!
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I had a bow flex and it was nice, but if you are a guy you are better off just buying some free weights and run and do push-ups, you will get much better results and it's way cheaper.
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I always see these on craigslist for cheap. They're decent equipment, but a lot of people seem to buy them and keep them as clothes hangers...
I concur, I did the same with biwflex selecttech
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Kind of want the $350 one but scared it might not have enough weights. Blah, splurge on a better one or get this one and upgrade down the line?
That my problem too, I just workout at Golds Gym, because anything that I buy won't have enough weight for me. I had a membership at LA Fitness and had the same issue, they don't have enough weight for me, I can max out all the machines.
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I have resorted to lifting house trailers because the gyms don't have enough weight for me.
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