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Weider 200 Power Tower

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Pros:

The Weider 200 is the cheapest of all the heavy weight solid power towers, it’s one of the most popular with excellent customer satisfaction.

Cons:

It’s still not quite as stable as some of the more expensive stations.

Verdict:

If you’re buying a power tower on a budget this is your best value for money, hence why it’s so popular with many satisfied buyers.

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The Weider 200 Power Tower is one of the best cheap power towers available. You may find a little wobble but with that said it is still the heaviest and most stable of all the pull up stations and won’t tip unless you try something like full on kipping.

At 82” high the Weider Power Tower is around the average height. It doesn’t have any situp rollers but the pull up bar is fully padded, great for both narrow and wide grip pull ups, the pushup bars, knee raise bars and dip bars are very strong and the tower could easily support more than its rating of 300 pounds.

As one of the cheapest stations around, the Weider 200 free standing pull up bar is great value for money and one of the best in terms of customer satisfaction.

  • Dimensions: 57" Length X 41" Width X 84" Height (Relatively Average)
  • Power Tower Weight: 90 lbs (Relatively Heavy)
  • Stability: Fairly Stable
  • Padded Foam Grips: Yes
  • Portable: No
  • Adjustable Height: No
  • Suitable for Outdoor use: No
  • Can be used for Dips: Yes
  • Can be used for Knee Raises: Yes
  • Can be used for Push Ups: Yes
  • Can be used for Sit Ups: No
  • Can be used for TRX Suspension Training: No
  • Maximum Supported User Weight: 300 lbs
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