Reassuringly heavy and stable this tower is one of the most popular free stand alone bars available with great customer experience.
The pull up bar is a little close to the cross bars for the dips, so if you’re swinging too much you may bang you legs.
Well worth the higher price tag than it’s lighter less featured brother the XM-4434, the XMark XM-4432 makes a perfect addition to the home gym.
The XMark XM-4432 Power Tower is one of the heaviest power towers weighing in at 98 pounds, the weight and extra length of legs help to make this one of the most sturdiest towers you'll find.
On a negative note, some people find the pull up bar is a bit too near to the back of the tower, but as long as you're not swinging this shouldn't be a problem for most.
XMark Fitness make a very similar model, the XM-4434, the key difference between the two is the XM-4432 has sit up rollers, some minor cosmetic details and the addition of 11 pounds of weight, which does help to make the XM-4432 more stable than the XM-4434.
This is one of the most popular power towers around and also one of the best in terms of customer satisfaction; a great piece of equipment for your home gym at a reasonably average price.
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