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Weider Adjustable Bench with 7 different positions + Free Shipping or In-Store Pick-up $69

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Relatively inexpensive bench. Similar benches are priced at $100 or more on other websites. 410 lb total weight capacity. I would not suggest this if you're doing any heavy lifting. This would best be used with light dumbbell work or someone just starting a home gym.

Estimated shipping date is 10/8/2020, with in-store pick-up as soon as 9/15/2020.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Weider...Method=wpa
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Why is the whole seating part / bench part inclined?
We need level horizontal position for many exercises but it doesn't look like this can be set level. :-(
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Is there any model that can be set both flat level and also adjustable to different angles?
From what I see, adjustable ones can not be set to a flat level.
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Is there any model that can be set both flat level and also adjustable to different angles?
From what I see, adjustable ones can not be set to a flat level.
I wouldn't worry about it. If you get a weightlifting bench at Walmart you'll either end up with an ER trip or a pile of junk in your garbage in 12 months. Go look for a real bench.
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I wouldn't worry about it. If you get a weightlifting bench at Walmart you'll either end up with an ER trip or a pile of junk in your garbage in 12 months. Go look for a real bench.
Is that (bad quality) so much of a Walmart thing (i.e. all brands in Walmart are bad) or is it a brand specific thing like all Weider products are bad?
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I was wondering what you guys thought about the posted bench in comparison to this one: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Domyos...__EALw_wcB

I know the price range is a bit higher (almost twice the price)
The one I linked can be folded flat, looks to have more adjustments
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Debating this for my outside rogue squat stand. Wouldn't worry bout this getting beat up outside.
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Is that (bad quality) so much of a Walmart thing (i.e. all brands in Walmart are bad) or is it a brand specific thing like all Weider products are bad?
Because none of the real brands sell their stuff at Walmart. Would you trust yourself benching 200 lbs on a bench from Walmart? How about your teenage son or nephew? People often forget that if you weigh 200 and you bench 200, that adds up to 400. You should be spending at least $200 (incl shipping) for an adjustable bench that you can sleep at night on knowing you won't kill yourself in the middle of benching when it breaks. Should have 1,000 pound weight capacity even for moderate weightlifter.
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Because none of the real brands sell their stuff at Walmart. Would you trust yourself benching 200 lbs on a bench from Walmart? How about your teenage son or nephew? People often forget that if you weigh 200 and you bench 200, that adds up to 400. You should be spending at least $200 (incl shipping) for an adjustable bench that you can sleep at night on knowing you won't kill yourself in the middle of benching when it breaks. Should have 1,000 pound weight capacity even for moderate weightlifter.
Yes I would. Bought another bench from Walmart works perfectly.
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