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It’s is heavy duty and I do like it. Especially for the price. I think the arm pads are too far apart. I’m a large guy and they still are to wide.
Fantastic upgrade I replaced my aluminum tower with the Titan tower. Much more stable and the variety of exercises available by changing removable handles give a multiple angle application.
I purchased this product over the phone on 11/26 and it arrived at my house on 12/7. It took a total of 11 days. The boxes were in good condition, one box had a few minor tears, but this was a non-issue. Every piece of equipment was individually wrapped in bubble wrap and there was a lot of Styrofoam too. Nothing was bent or scratched. All the nuts and bolts were in a zip lock plastic bag that was taped up, which was not preferred but not a single piece was missing. An instruction manual was included but no tools for assembly, however you only need a few basic tools to get the job done.
The assembly was simple. I did it alone in just a few hours.
- This product will last for decades if not a lifetime.
- It is $200 - $250 cheaper than competitors with the exact same design.
- Very versatile (Dips, Pull-ups, Chin-ups, Inverted rows, Push-ups, Sit-ups, Leg raises, and more).
- Pads are comfortable and thick.
- The dip bars and arm pads are a little too far apart. I have broad shoulders and they are a bit too wide for me. It does not cause any discomfort or prevent me from using it, I just think it would be more suitable for most people if they were closer together.
- The two upright poles shift about a quarter inch forwards/backwards when you switch from doing pull-ups to dips and vice versa. I tightened the bolts as much as possible, however I don’t think it will cause any damage or prevent it from lasting a lifetime.
- Put bolt down holes in the front two feet under the dip bars like there are on the back two feet so it can be bolted to the floor. This way Glute Ham Raises could be done using the roller pads as ankle stabilizers. Without being bolted to the floor, the tower tips if you attempt this. All that would be needed is the Titan GHD Pad and you would have a GHD built into your power tower.
- Make the dip bars and arm pads a little closer together.
Overall, I am very happy with this product. It will last a long time and provides excellent value at an amazing price! I would recommend this product!