CAP Barbell FID Weight Bench

Features dumbbell holders for easy access and storage

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Description & Features+

CAP FID Weight Bench

Vary your workout with 4 different flat, incline, and decline positions

Sturdy foot placement for safety and durability

Increase your agility, build strength, and improve your endurance

Features dumbbell holders for easy access and storage

Bench weighs only 26 lbs.

A fine piece of equipment for a home gym with limited space

Specifications+

Assembled Height
40.94 in
Assembled Length
49.61 in
Assembled Weight
26.01 lb
Assembled Width
24.8 in
Brand
CAP Barbell
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30508615
Model #
FM-504
SKU
10160776
UPC
70255634061

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Ratings & Reviews+

CAP Barbell FID Weight Bench is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 141.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Bench for Light Usage This is a great light-duty adjustable bench for the price. Although As mentioned in other reviews, I wouldn't recommend it for those who are taller than 6,0" or those who intend to use this bench for training with moderate to heavy weight. (The instruction manual for this bench states that it has a max weight limit of 250lbs. And when combining your body weight with what you're lifting you can see that this can easily be exceed depending on the excercise performed.) ...I've exceed the recommended weight limit with this bench without catastrophe thus far, but you can expect to hear it "creek" a bit and I'm personally not 100% comfortable using it for dumbbell bench presses and such. So, overall if you plan on doing light exercises that keeps the combined weight on the bench to under 250lbs total, then I would definitely recommend it. If you're looking for an adjustable bench that supports significantly heavier weight than that I would highly recommend dropping some extra cash on a heavier duty bench.
Date published: 2010-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for multiple dumbbell exercise Ive been using this bench for 6 months now, and so far this bench is still holding its ground. I'm a bit over 6 feet and weight a little under 200 lbs. I do most of my upper body workout with the bench; chest, biceps, triceps, shoulders some back, leg and abs exercise. The weight limit (according to CAP website and manual) of the bench, user + weight is 300 pounds. I have tested the bench at the limit without stressing the bench, no squeaks, arcs, nothing so far. If you were looking for cheap but good bench in order to tone or gain some muscle; this is definitively a good bench for the work. Whether if your into fitness or want to start building some muscle. If you are looking to bulk up this bench wont last you too long but it will get you started.
Date published: 2011-01-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cumbersome to use. Cheap covering It was easy to assemble in about an hour. I found the pin adjustment for the raising of the back cumbersome to use. I had to look under to find the hole and line it up to insert the pin. The cover is cheap unbacked plastic. I took it back and bought a bench for twice as much that didn't have the faults I mentioned.
Date published: 2011-11-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Miss-leading I do like the product. Its got good structure the only part that is miss-leading it that unit is probably made for a female or smaller frame person. The bench is to small to accomodate larger frames. The unit is stable and sturdy.
Date published: 2009-05-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from cap bench I use it every night. easy to assemble but there was the back support that was improperly welded. I contacted CAP to send me a replacement part and have not heard from them. It has been about 2 1/2 weeks.
Date published: 2009-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality Most unhappy with this product. The adjustable back bar does not line up flush with the stops. I fear the back arm will slide out sideways and fall to the decline position. This is not a feeling i'm willing to have in the back of my mind when lifting weights above my head. Smacking myself in the face with a free weight is not a risk I'm willing to take. Also the leg supporting the seat hinders my feet from being at a 90° and hip with apart. I will not sacrifice form. Overall the strength of the bench is OK. It's stable when stepping up or sitting down. however the design is slightly off and quite frankly create safety issues.
Date published: 2017-03-08
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