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Adjustable FID Utility Bench XM-9010

$299.00

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Product Description

Easily handling 1500 lbs., the biggest advantage of purchasing the XMark Power Series Adjustable FID Utility Bench XM-9010 is the design. This bench offers unbeatable comfort, durability and adjustability only found with XMark. From decline to military press position, this adjustable FID utility bench offers a 7 position adjustable back pad ranging from decline at negative 20 degrees to an incline position of 85 degrees. The seat pad has 3 ergonomically designed positions to meet your weight lifting demands.

XMark's FID Utility Bench is constructed of heavy grade 2" x 3" steel. The bench cushions are extra thick 3" firm padding covered in double-stitched, sweat and tear resistant vinyl. Transporting this heavy bench is made easy with rear transport wheels.

Features:

- 7-position ladder style adjustable back pad
- 3-position adjustable seat
- Easy to read degree adjustments from decline at negative 20°, flat at 0° and incline positions at 20°, 35°, 50°, 65° and 85° full military position
- Extra thick, 3" firm padding
- Double stitched, sweat and tear resistant vinyl
- Transport wheels
- Bolted-on rubber feet
- Constructed of heavy grade 2" x 3" steel

Specifications:

- Weight Capacity: 1500 lbs.
- Dimensions: 53.5" L x 22.5" W x 19" H
- Back Support Pad Dimensions: 33.5" L x 11.5" W
- Seat Pad Dimensions: 15.5" L x 16" W
- Weight: 64 lbs.
- Gauge Steel: Heavy 2" x 3" 11 gauge steel
- Color: Carbon

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  1. Bomb Proof, Good Looking, and Crazy Inexpensive! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 9th 2018

    After maxing out my home gym budget on a Rogue power cage and other items, I still needed an adjustable bench. Rogue's adjustable bench is a superb bench, but, at $545 for the bench, and $275 for shipping, PLUS sales tax, I was looking at around $900 for a $545 bench. No thanks. Next I looked at brands such as Titan, Marcy, Body Solid, Valor, etc, but found too many negatives in the reviews. Also, I wasn't impressed when I saw some of them in stores. I decided to check out XMark, and was fairly close to settling on one of their 7000 series adjustable FID benches, but kept encountering negative comments about the height and the somewhat too soft padding which allows one to sink in too much when doing heavy benching. (I am 56 years old, 6'2", 255 lbs, and bench somewhere around 300 lbs.) After calling XMark's customer service to ask some questions about the 7000 series, I mentioned my concerns about the height (The 7000 series is 20.5" tall) and the padding. The gentleman I spoke with suggested I look into the 9000 series which was more of a commercial bench. As it turns out, this bench is about 1" shorter (19.25" - 19.50" by my own measurement) and has FIRMER PADDING than the 7000 series. In other words, PROBLEMS SOLVED! But wait, it gets better: Instead of $545 for the Rogue adjustable bench, the XM-9010 is priced at $323! AND... the shipping is FREE! AND... NO SALES TAX!!... AND... I had a 10% OFF COUPON CODE! Bottom line: I came out spending less than $300! This allowed me to go spend $450 on some nice rubberized plates and STILL come out cheaper than going with the Rogue bench. Now... how is the actual bench? It's pretty darn nice, and it's definitely very solid, even with my large self jumping up and down from it. The assembly was easy - took half an hour, easy directions, and all tools were included. Came packed very nicely. Also, no bad manufacturing odor to speak off. If I encountered this bench at a commercial gym, I wouldn't give it a second look in terms of wondering if it was a piece of home equipment - it definitely has the look and feel of a normal piece of strong commercial equipment. Many of the home benches in this price range max out at a 400-500 lb capacity. The weight limit on this bench is 1,500 lbs. The Rogue 2.0 is 2,250 lbs. So, you really have to ask yourself if you feel that you're going to be exceeding 1,500 lbs on the bench. If you see yourself going after that all-elusive 2,000 lb bench press, then you're probably better off shelling out the extra 600 bucks and going for the Rogue 2.0 Personally, I doubt I'm going to be hitting 400 lbs on my bench, so... I went with the XM-9010 and am glad I did. Two small gripes - there were a couple of small nicks in the black finish of the frame when it arrived (they include a bottle of black touch-up paint for this purpose, which I used with good results.) The second gripe is the same gripe with ALL adjustable benches aside from the Rogue 2.0, which is that 2" gap between the seat and the back support when you have the bench flat for a flat bench press. I throw a black hand towel across it and it's not an issue - and it's DEFINITELY not an issue worth spending $600 on. Again, this is an issue I have with ALL ADJUSTABLE BENCHES. Most people are used to adjustable benches and don't even notice it, but I am picky, so I thought I'd mention it. Here's the takeaway: If you're not going to spend $300 and get this bench, then you're either going to shell out about $900 for the Rogue 2.0 (if you've done your homework on reviews), OR, you're going to spend less and get a bench that I probably wouldn't consider truly safe, unless you're a very small, light person lifting low poundages. If you're shopping in the sub $500 price range, this really is the only game in town if you're a fairly serious lifter and want something that looks good, feels good, and will last. This bench is forged in China, which is why the price is so competitive, however, this is definitely an example of something manufactured in China which has a good level of fit and finish as well as DESIGN. The Rogue 2.0 is made in Ohio, but OMG do you ever pay for that. I just couldn't justify the extra $600, and after having used the bench tonight, I am still happily standing by the decision. This is, for all intents and purposes, a very rugged, good looking, legitimate commercial bench at a crazy good price. Spend your money on an expensive power rack or some rubberized plates or a Peloton or a 65" UHD set for your home gym and feel good knowing that you can get a darn good bench for just under $300. I don't understand why this thing isn't about $500 or more with the included shipping. It represents a rare example of getting more than your money's worth.

  2. Great Bench 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 8th 2016

    This is every bit as good as any bench I've ever used in any health club... Rock solid and easy to adjust. Wheelers make it easy to move around the gym. Thrilled with my purchase.

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