Great machine—especially for lower ceilings
Overall, the machine is a great piece of equipment for a home gym. This fits an 84" ceiling, which was one of my criteria looking for a lat-pulldown. I already had a half-rack and plenty of plates, so am relying on the weight horns. As long as they are loaded evenly, I've found them to be smooth. An initial swaying issue turned out to be due to an uneven patch in the basement floor. After fixing that with a board, it has been quite solid with very little sway up to 200 lbs. Assembly definitely required two sets of hands at several points, but having assembled a couple other units like this, it felt pretty standard. My only critique was the packaging and/or handling in delivery. The boxes were very beat up—one side had completely been sheared off and was literally open, and many of the small bolts had broken free of their packaging and were rattling around loose in the larger boxes. Everything did make it, though, and I'm really happy with this machine. Would def. recommend for other home gyms, particularly if you are looking for a low-ceiling solution.
Sturdy, dependable. Easy to build. Would recommend.
Great piece of equipment
Ordering was easy, delivery was fast. Took my son about 2 hours to get it all put together. It is a very nice looking and great quality. We are very pleased with it.
Very good machine. You can get a lot of different exercises done. Good quality. Woobles a little but overall very good
The machine has been awesome! The instructions not so much. The instructions skip steps and build the machine in a weird order. If you order the optional weight stack be sure to read those instructions side by side the base ones or you'll find you have to disassemble part of your machine to install the weights! Other than the instructions I really can't complain about the quality of it. I would still buy it again if I knew ahead of time the instructions weren't the best.