Marcy MARCY ECLIPSE BE3000 WEIGHT BENCH AND ADJUSTABLE SQUAT STAND
Save yourself a fortune at the gym and get in shape with this Marcy Eclipse BE3000 Weight Bench and Adjustable Squat Stand.
The Marcy Eclipse BE3000 is more of a complete home gym package that just a weight bench with a rack, because the bench and rack are independent they can be used individually.
The bench can be pulled out and used stand alone with dumbbells whilst the rack can be used for squats, this gives you many more training possibilities with the benefits of still been able to use them together so you get the best of both worlds.
The bench uses a super safe back rest adjustment featuring sawtooth catches that ensure the back rest is stable and secure, adjustment wise it can go through the whole range of flat, incline decline and upright positions.
A height adjustable arm curl pad also comes as standard for training your biceps whilst the leg developer is perfect for leg training, both are removable if you don't want to have them on all the time too.
The rack is simple yet robust and does all that is required of it, the heavy gauge steel can hold up to 135kg (300lb) and can accept either 6ft or 7ft standard or olympic barbells.
Marcy Eclipse BE3000 Weight Bench and Adjustable Squat Stand
Max user weight: 270kg (user & weights)
Assembled Dimensions: 178 cm L x 110 cm W x 165 cm H
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