Bowflex 5.1S Bench
Bowflex 5.1S Bench
It Doesn't ask for Much Space, but it Gives so Much Back
The top-of-the-line Bowflex 5.1S Stowable Bench is built for optimal workout versatility. This heavy-duty, commercial quality, steel design was engineered to be stored vertically, reducing its footprint by more than 50% when not in use.
Designed with both premium construction and incredible space saving in mind, the 5.1S Bowflex Stowable Bench is the company's finest bench yet.
Adjusts to six different positions for total versatility: -20°, 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°.
Built strong to last long with heavy-duty steel construction and an impressive 600 LBS load capacity.
Corrects posture and stabilizes positioning for a muscle-building free weight workout.
Wheels away for easy storage so you can stow it almost anywhere.
Bench Flat: Yes
Bench Incline: Yes
Bench Decline: Yes
Preacher Curl: No
Leg Developer: No
Leg Stabilizer: Yes
Bench Press Rack: No
Recommended Bench Press Bar: N/A
Plate Size: N/A
Adjustments: Adjustable Seat Pan, 6 Positions, Easy Position Selection Knob
Moving Wheels: Yes
Attachments Included: None
Attachments Extra: None
Capacity: 600 LB
Footprint - Length: 61.3
Footprint - Width (Inches): 28.1
Footprint - Height (Inches): 49.5
Machine Weight (LB): 70
Warranty: 30-Years Frame, 1-Year Parts
Must have piece
Good products and amazing customer service. I will buy from Flaman Fitness again.
I would buy this item again
I use this for doing sit-ups and different dumbbell workouts.
Nice bench. Well made and easy to adjust.
Bought to use in my home with the barbell set. Would be nice if the offered the spotting rack with the bench.
Solid bench all around, decline is just ok
This product is very sturdy and easy to store. My only knock is the seat portion of the bench feels a little short on exercises where the back of the bench is in a decline position. During those exercises the gap between the seat and incline/decline portion is larger. This is particularly true if you are doing things like sit ups or decline bench presses. The solution seems to be to bring my feet up onto the metal base this raising my knees or also tilt the seat to match the decline.
Trying to build strength