- SShawnVerified BuyerRated 4 out of 5 stars1 year agoDefinitely a nice addition
Nice addition to the dumbbell set. At higher weights the dumbbells tend to stick to the cradle and its more difficult to move quickly with weight changes. The stand takes care of that issue. The cost is the main reason I gave it 4 stars. I am not big, 5’ 10”, 160lbs and stepping between the two dumbbells in the stand is a little tight so for someone larger you may need to stand back a bit and bend over to pick up the dumbbells but again, much better with the stand than without. It is definitely solid and sturdy. I did have an issue with a couple of holes not being drilled correctly and I could not get the screws tightened properly but customer service quickly responded and rectified the issue. I would recommend.
- RRichRated 4 out of 5 stars2 years agoNice quality to dumbbell bases.
Nice quality, good height. A must have. Just be aware the dumbbell bases do not come with the stand.
- GGaryRated 5 out of 5 stars3 years agoSTABLE, WELL BUILT, GOOD HEIGHT
This stand is everything you would want in a dumbbell stand. I found the stand solidly built, does not wobble at all and, for me, the height is very ergonomic.
Once the dumbbell cradle is screwed into the stand, the base of the cradle is suspended exactly 24" off the floor. You can measure it for yourself to see if this is a good height for you. The physical footprint of the stand does not take up much room. At its widest section (measuring the distance from one feet to the other) it is 34" wide and the greatest length (also the feet) is 22".
The bench comes with all the tools needed to assemble the stand and it took me about 30 minutes to assemble even though I am terrible with tools. The instruction manual could be a little clearer (again, I am terrible with tools) but do yourself a favor and interchange the last 2 steps in the manual (ie assemble "step 6" before you assemble "step 5" and you find it easier).
Lastly, without the stand there is a tendency for the barbells to stick in the cradle (resulting in pulling up the cradle) when you pick up the full 50 lbs of weight. Thankfully this is not an issue once you use this stand. In short, this is solid, durable, well designed barbell stand that does not have a big "footprint" and will save my back for years to come. If you can afford it, I would highly recommend purchasing.
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