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Weider Pro 390 L Weight Bench

Item# 00615928000P | Model# 006-15928-000 | Added on July 1, 2012 | Seller: Sears.com
Weider Pro 390 L Weight Bench
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Serious Home Training with the Weider 390 Bench
Bring home the power and defined results of advanced weight training with the Weider Weight Bench 390. Designed to accommodate the power of Olympic lifting champions, this bench provides a solid base for dozens of free weight, bar and plate exercises in a simple-to-use, easy-to-adapt package. The perfect way to turn any basement or garage into a potent home gym, this professional grade weight bench is built for higher maxes and more reps.
Developed to help you strike a balance between upper and lower body strength, the Weider 390 Bench includes six built-in leg rollers and a plate fixture to help you build strong quads and glutes without wasting time switching machines between sets. Equipped with a movable preacher bench, the leg rollers convert to build powerful biceps in seconds. In fact, this bench is equipped with easy to move pin-style settings, making fast and simple height and fit adjustments for each perfect set.
Constructed for heavy lifting, the Weider Weight Bench 390 comes standard with a reinforced steel frame that’s been powder coated to protect against moisture and rust degradation, which quickly weakens unprotected steel. After all, when you buy a quality weight bench, you’re not just paying for a temporary solution, you’re investing in a lifetime of strength and health that will keep you fit and active for life.
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By peteywetey
November 9th, 2010
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simply put, i have checked out all similar benchs and there pros and cons, from benchs not delining enough, others you can't reach the bar in decline position, benchs being to high, curl yolk not curling all the way etc, this bench..although have had it for about a month is fanatastic, perfect height, adjustable spotters, and crutches, for me its a perfect bench, strong and you can use it with total confidence, worth the money, from leg curls to leg raises, to bench pressing, is done easy, very happy with it, definetly would recommend

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JJcrews

It's OK, but....

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The bench is great, allowing for various adjustable angles from 90 degree to decline. the one drawback is the curl attachment. It just doesn't feel right for me. The curl motion is awkward and doesn't feel natural. Also, a pull-up attachment would be great too.

November 29th, 2014 via sears.com
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weightlifter3393

its okay if you cant lift much weight

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<p>i bought this when i was 15 because i was playing football and i needed to get stronger and when i first bought this i was benching 215lbs about 20 months ago now im benching 375lbs and i was squating 275lbs now im squating 485 anyway the point is it only is rated for 310lbs and that was a lot to me when i bought this now im getting rid of it cuz it cant hold that much weight this is a good weight bench for the low price of $200 a good weight bench is gonna cost at least $500 and this weight bench is not very sturdy but it has ajustible spoters which is perfect if you work out alone and the preacher curl sucks!!! it gets lose very easly and the leg attachment is not the best but what you expect for your money and the decline simply just sucks but the flat and incline is pretty good and you can use this to squat and note to self if you buy a weight set from sears look how much weight it can hold unless you want a bended bar  ive put 400lbs on this weight and it didnt break but it is very wobbly i dont do that anymore cuz its probaly gonna collabse and its easly enought fto asselmpy it took 1 hour when my dad was drunk so it cant be that hard </p>

August 13th, 2012 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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texn14

Pretty good bench for the money

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Got this bench when my last one wore out. So far I like it. It is rated for 310 lbs, which is about where I'm at as far as bench presses (most are about 250). Adjusting the catches and safety bars is quick and simple.The last bench I had I had to thread these long screws every time I wanted to change positions. This set uses pins. I had to add some small wood blocks to the safety bars to keep the barbell off my chest in case of failure, but everyone will be different in what they need there. I didn't add the leg attachment or the preacher handle. I prefer to use a bar for preacher curls and I do other exercises for legs. Speaking of which, the preacher pad does seem a bit flimsy and does not adjust very well. It goes from high to higher. No way to bring it down and it does get a bit wobbly when weight is on it. Bench has a good range of positions. The bench is nice and wide (my shoulders overhung a little on my last one) and nicely padded. Assembly was very easy but a bit time consuming, as they all are. The legs at the front of the bench are a bit cumbersome. I have to be careful not to step on it/them when getting on and off. Also there is no plate holder attached which would have been nice. Now I have plates on the floor and have to buy a separate rack for that. So for the price range, size and sturdiness, this was a good purchase for me as I do moderate lifting.

June 28th, 2012 via sears.com
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Chaos10110

Something Definitely Worth the Money!!!

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I would have to say that it's definitely better than some of the smaller Weider Pro products that are sold at Sears. It has a better feel and made structure. For performance, it really depends on the height, not much the size (width) of the person, but for people that are around the 5'5&quot; - 5'10&quot; (or higher etc.) it's definitely worth the buy. For those who want to save a good amount of money, wait for when it's a National Holiday (e.g. Memorial Day, Father's Day.) because then the price is literally cut 50% off which is a good deal. The parts that I like about it are the wide area for the arms and the quality design. The only parts that I would have to say that have areas for development are the style of the bar holder, they don't seem to be tight enough, the bar tends to roll around in it and it can be a little bit of an irritation for serious benching. The other part is the bicep curl pad, no matter how much it's tightened the pole of the pad doesn't seem to be able to stay still and then my there's the worry of stripping the metal if you can't get it to pull out or if it's too tight. Overall, the structure of it is really well made, if I had a friend that needed a quick buy for his new place or for his apartment, I would definitely recommend it seeing how expensive some other manufactures are such as Precore that I am sure some of you fitness experts are familiar with.

The weights that you see in the picture are from the &quot;Weider Olympic Hammertone 210 lb. Weight Set&quot; which is probably the best weight set out there that is sold from sears that also applies money savings for National Holidays. The only down part that I would have to say for this weight set is sometimes the hole in the weight may have a little extra metal in it that may require an exchange for another set (or single purchase of the weight etc.) or you can just file it down with a metal filer.

June 25th, 2012 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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DesertWinter

Just what I need, good price, easy put together.

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Product is in good quality and was easy to put together. I took about 2 hours for everything. Somehow one pad cover was chipped during installation, called Sears service and got parts in two days! Thank you Sears. Highly recommended!

May 1st, 2012 via sears.com
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nerpap

Moving up from P90X to lifting...

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I just started getting into 'big boy' work outs after doing P90X and P90X2 for over a year and a half and wanting a change (and to pack on muscle). This bench is perfect. I disagree with the description that says it's 'mid width'...my 7 foot olympic bar fits perfectly and i can't imagine using a smaller bar...the thing is a beast. I'm never going to be able to put up or squat 300 so for my needs (225 the highest on the uprights) this thing is perfect.

The preacher curl does wiggle a little but...who cares? The moveable bench is ideal for squats, the materials were all in the box, instructions were simple and all items were clean without the grime that is sometimes on work out gear. Set up took me (a man with little engineering skills) a little over an hour by myself.

I waited for it to be on sale for $200.00...I saw it sometimes gets down to $180.00 which would have been great but, eh, impatience won out.

Awesome product for home/recreational use. I'm sure legit hardcore guys don't like it but for a 2-3 time a week lifter it's perfect.

April 24th, 2012 via sears.com
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dubinker

Well Built

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This thing is a Beast. I definately feel safe lifting some heavy weight with this. I like that this comes in two peices so you can move the weight bench out of the way and do power squats.

February 24th, 2012 via sears.com
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ablackhole

One size fits all..

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<p>I don't usually buy Weider products. You get what you pay for! The seat doesn't adjust for incline or decline and there isn't any leg support so I have to balance myself, especially when I'm using dumbbells. My biggest complaint, besides the obvious - the preacher support loosens after a few reps - is the leg extension and curl design. Unfortunately, standardized (generic) equipment is built for someone between 5'6&quot; to 5'10&quot;. Measure the distant between the center of the leg rest at the end of the bench to the center of the leg extension where your instep touches the pad and you have 12 inches. That's pretty much standard on home gym setups. I'm six feet tall so my feet drag when I'm doing leg extensions and the pad rolls up my shins. The leg curl has the same issue; it rolls up to my calf. I wish I could return it. I'll sell it on Craigslist for $160.00.</p>
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October 31st, 2011 via sears.com
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