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XMark XM-4434 Power Tower



The XM-4434 is cheaper and lighter than the similar XM-4432 yet still fairly stable.


You don’t get the sit-up roller pad or some of the extra weight and stability of the more expensive model.


One of the best cheap free standing pull up bars around, ideal if you’re on a relatively tight budget yet still looking for one piece of equipment to use for pull ups, pushups, knee raises and dips.

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The XMark XM-4434 Power Tower is very similar to the more expensive XMark XM-4432, the key difference being this model doesn’t have the situp rollers and is around 11 pounds lighter. This lighter weight makes the XM-4434 a little less stable than the XM-4432, however at 85 pounds it’s still heavy enough to be solid enough for most and still supports upto 300 pound user weight.

Some people don’t like the positioning of the pull up bar, being a bit close to the rear of the power tower, if you swing too much during a pull up you may catch your legs, however work on hanging straight with good form and this won’t be a problem at all.

If you’re not worried about the situp roller this is a great cheap buy with many satisfied customers already adding on this power tower as a core part of their home gyms.

  • Dimensions: 54.5" Length x 48" Width x 86" Height (Relatively Average Height)
  • Power Tower Weight: 85 lbs (Relatively Average)
  • 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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  • XMark XM-4434 Power Tower
  • XMark XM-4434 Power Tower
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View an online version of the XMark XM-4434 Power Tower manual