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[Costco] Costco.ca: Marcy Pro Standard Weight bench with 100 lbs of weights $259.99

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[Costco] Costco.ca: Marcy Pro Standard Weight bench with 100 lbs of weights $259.99

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Mar 3, 2020
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Review:
Don't do it, even if you are desperate
Apparently bar is flimsy and the weight the bench advertises it can hold is 300 pounds. So ~180 pound person can't load up a standard bar and two plates for a pretty average/intermediate bench workout.
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Dec 29, 2013
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I bought one last week and supposed to arrive today
I just want something cheap and allow me to do some casual lifting instead of sitting in front of TV so hoping that it’s Ok for that purpose
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Oct 19, 2010
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Desperadude wrote: I bought one last week and supposed to arrive today
I just want something cheap and allow me to do some casual lifting instead of sitting in front of TV so hoping that it’s Ok for that purpose
I'm in the same boat. I'm not expecting a luxury gym bench and weight set from this, nor should that be expected at $260.

This should be sufficient for some causal workouts combined with some outdoor cardio.
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300 lb weight capacity is a deal breaker for me.
i weigh 200, and i can't even use two 50 lb dumbbells for bench.
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I pulled the trigger on this, if it's total dogshit and I don't use it I can return... My Dad had a treadmill for honestly 3+ years and decided to bring it back to Costco and they took it - so I doubt it'll be an issue.
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wow looks like a complete waste of money, unless you maybe 70+year olds... 300lb weight capacity? Wow.
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Vladimir wrote: wow looks like a complete waste of money, unless you maybe 70+year olds... 300lb weight capacity? Wow.
Different needs at different budgets. It’s like saying a small car is a waste of money because you prefer SUV
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Mar 25, 2015
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soupmaster666 wrote: That's ignorant. I wouldn't go around telling everyone that.
MY DAD HAD A TREADMILL FOR HONESTLY 3+ YEARS AND DECIDED TO BRING IT BACK TO COSTCO AND THEY TOOK IT - SO I DOUBT IT'LL BE AN ISSUE.

Who are we keeping this secret from? I didn't say he verbally abused the return clerk until they wept. He didn't really use it and he went to see if they'd take it back, and they did. Sorry if that somehow hurts your feelings airing that, (I'm assuming) CEO of Costco.

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