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Body Solid PowerLine Flat Incline Decline Dumbbell Bench PFI150


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This Free Weight Bench Allows proper form and positioning for incline and shoulder press exercises. Improved design features quick and secure 4 - position ladder style back pad adjustment. 3 - position seat pad adjustment for bent knee sit ups and ab crunches. Perfect fit for a Smith Machine or Power Rack Cage.
  • Powerline by Body-Solid’s PFI150 Flat/Incline/Decline Bench is designed for use in home, garage and basement gyms with an emphasis on workout variety thanks to independent ladder-style back (-18°, 0°, 15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 80°) and seat pad (0°, 10°, 18°) adjustments. The PFI150 is an ideal tool for numerous bench-based dumbbell and barbell exercises including bench press, dumbbell row, shoulder press, incline press, skullcrushers, biceps curls and many more.
  • Expertly crafted to integrate perfectly with Powerline by Body-Solid’s PPR500 Half Rack, PPR1000 Power Rack and PMP150 Multi-Press Rack, the PFI150 can help bring any power rack or cage to another level. 14-gauge, 2” x 3” steel construction and full-length reinforced back and seat pads give the Powerline by Body-Solid PFI150 Flat / Incline / Decline Bench unmatched durability, security and comfort. Convenient transport wheels make moving the Powerline by Body-Solid PFI150 Flat / Incline / Decline Bench both easy and safe.
  • Independent ladder-style back & seat pad adjustments:
  • Back Pad Angles: -18°, 0°, 15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 80°
  • Seat Pad Angles: 0°, 10°, 18°
  • Transport wheels
  • Warranty: Powerline 10-Year In-Home Warranty
  • Weight Capacity: 500 lbs.
  • Product Weight: 53 lbs.
  • 14-gauge, 2” x 3” steel construction
  • Dimensions: 55” L x 24”W x 18”H
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