Best Investment Ever!
Extremely pleased with the workbench multi-system! If you are hesitant in buying one, don't be....you won't regret it!
I Don't think I could have picked better equipment to buy
I am on day 10 of using my powertec equipment. The results are un-believable. I am a very Happy customer. I have showed a few of my friends. One has ordered the multisystem, and the 2 Nd is saving to buy his own now. I will be Ording more plate weights from you guys soon. Thanks for selling a good product.
If you have the space its well worth it
The Pros 1) There are so many movements you can do that pound for pound it's one of the most versatile pieces of equipment you can buy, especially when you buy the attachments 2) The movements feel consistent and lat pull hinges and the right spot for ideal resistance. 3) You will never outgrow the weight it can handle, unlike other home-specific pieces because of the plate-loaded design (lee priest used it for one of his show preps which says a lot). 4) Most attachments are solid investments as well (though I haven't used the leg press one since I have the hack squat) The Cons 1) I wish the steel frame was a slightly thicker gauge, If you are stronger and can move a fair amount of weight the hack squat can flex some laterally and you can feel it in the bench as well. It is close but doesn't quite feel commercial grade. 2) The ab crunch is just flat out not good because you're already in a seated position, I literally took mine off, it seems like an afterthought. Maybe it's my height (5'9") but that's pretty average. Also, I don't think the handle is the best designed. 3) There's some play in the attachments that again, make it feel more like a home unit and not heavy-duty or commercial which I think would really set it apart from other brands if it refined those things. 4) You need a good amount of space for it, you cant put it against a wall because of the lat pull's lever arm on the back where you load the weights. But again, it does so much it could theoretically replace other pieces and make up for the lost space. It would Ideally have to be a centerpiece of the gym. 5) the attachments can also take up a lot of space as well when they're not on the machine. Conclusion It does a lot of great things that other pieces don't, or you would need a lot more space for individual pieces that can. With the levergym, some adjustable dumbells, and a squat rack/barbell can do almost everything. I have never regretted buying mine and love using it, the cons are minor gripes that probably won't bother most people. As long as you have the space for it, its 100% worth buying if you're trying to build out your dream home gym.
This was worth every penny!!!
WELL WORTH THE MONEY
I have been a weight lifter since I joined the USMC in 1980. I fell in love with lifting heavier and heavier over the years. When I was about 50 years old I started to struggle with lifting due to old back injuries and extremely bad arthritis in my joints. This machine has given me back the ability to work out the way I choose at age 59 with these limiting factors my body now has. I would highly recommend this and pretty much any powertec equipment. Everything I have purchased has been high quality.