The Inspire Fitness SCS commercial adjustable bench offers everything you would want in a commercial adjustable bench. The SCS bench design allows you to do flat, incline or decline workouts and offers a unique 56 position adjustment - Flat, 30 degree incline, 45 degree decline, 65 degree decline, 85 degree incline & a superb 20 degree decline option.
Add more variety to your workouts by combining this bench with the Inspire Fitness SCS-LE Leg Extension attachment or the Inspire Fitness SCS-PC Preacher Curl attachment. The heavy-duty 2" x 4" oval and 3" round 11 gauge tubular steel frame provides a sturdy and safe feel as you workout. The electrostatic powder coat offers a durable, maintenance free finish so that it continues to look new and stylish in your home or commercial gym.
Compatible with the Inspire Fitness FT2 Functional Trainer, Inspire Fitness FT1 Functional Trainer, Inspire Fitness SCS System and Inspire Fitness PT1
Please note: some photos show optional add-on attachments.
|Model||Inspire Fitness SCS Bench|
|Product Code||SCS -WB2|
|Length (Depth)||164cm / 64.5"|
|Width - Footprint||65cm / 25.5"|
|Height||120cm / 47.5"|
|Product Weight||32kg / 70lb|
|Weight Capacity||454kg / 1000lb / 71 Stone|
|Frame||Heavy Duty 2 x 4" Oval & 3" Round 11 Gauge Tubular Steel|
|Paint Finish||Two Tone Electrostatic Powder Coat offers a durable maintenance free finish|
|Upholstery||Contoured Orthopaedic Pads|
|Optional Extras||Leg Developer & Preacher Curl Attachment|
|Warranty||Residential: Limited Lifetime on all parts. Light Commercial: 10 Year on all parts|
- Overall great bench
Got this bench to replace an older model from a different brand. This one is a little pricey given the leg extension and preacher curl attachments are separately sold, but it does make up for it in its general quality.
First, this bench is easy to construct. The manual is straight forward and the parts are separated by the steps in the manual so it's rather difficult to mix pieces up. It comes with everything you need in regards to wrenches and screwdrivers. Note, save these as you will probably need them if you get the preacher or leg attachments in the future. The ONLY thing I would caution you on in building this bench is with the lock for the metal seat. Do not attach the lock to the seat bracket first as the manual instructs. Save that until the very end so you can easily attach the seat cushion first. If you do not do this, you would need mouse size hands to get in between the metal seat and its cushion to attach them.
In terms of the benches build, its far more solid than my older one and easier to move- I don't have to angle the bench as high as my older one to use the wheels to move it around. It is easy to raise and lower the bench to whatever height you want, and I see no way for its mechanism to break like in my older bench. It's a simple, strong metal lever to move it up and down and slide into the grooves.
Laying on the bench is comfortable enough and uses a faux leather surface that will probably stand up better that real leather. My only complaint in the structure of this bench is that when I lay down for presses my feet don't quite touch the ground flat, but that is nitpicking and really just a short man problem (I'm 5'6" for reference).
Inspire Fitness also has a little pamphlet in there about their app you can download to help you track your routines, diet, and even live stream, among some other features from what I skimmed. I have not downloaded it and probably will not myself, but it's there for anyone who does have an interest in that.
So in short, one can construe this as slightly pricey as you can find cheaper models with similar features and attachments, but its over all build quality makes up for it, and makes it a huge bargain compared with a more expensive stand alone bench that has no options for future attachments.
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