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Costco Gym Benches 149.99-499.99 -IN STOCK

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[Costco] Costco Gym Benches 149.99-499.99 -IN STOCK

Great workout benches and great Costco warranty.


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TPWOD Deluxe Flat Bench $149.99
https://www.costco.ca/tpwod-deluxe-flat ... 99998.html

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Tonic Performance Flat, Incline, Decline Bench $359.99 (Out of Stock)
https://www.costco.ca/tonic-performance ... 69208.html

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Tonic Performance Pro Adjustable Bench V2 $499.99 (Out of Stock)
https://www.costco.ca/tonic-performance ... 99385.html
Last edited by nawazz on Jul 9th, 2020 9:52 am, edited 6 times in total.
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Jul 27, 2015
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Those are Expensive AF.
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Nov 14, 2013
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Ottawa
How does the Deluxe Flat Bench compare to the $66 Walmart had a few days ago..Is the price difference worth it?
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May 6, 2018
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Looks like decent quality, unfortunately no adjustable dumbbells. :(
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Apr 13, 2005
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GoFor25 wrote: How does the Deluxe Flat Bench compare to the $66 Walmart had a few days ago..Is the price difference worth it?
the walmart bench started wobbling after 2 months of use. the screws at the base are not very stable.
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Mar 17, 2015
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Toronto, ON
You cannot beat Costco quality but I am not sure if I can justify paying double price for quality that is maybe 20% higher. I went for $179.99 Amazon one and can't complaint.
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Nov 17, 2003
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The higher end one looks like a copy of lots of well known commercial benches. If the backrests are quality it's worth the 500 probably. Can't find commercial benches with pivoting seat like that for that price

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May 13, 2013
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If you can afford it, I'd recommend the Pro.

The $360 incline bench only supports up to 450 lbs and weighs 60 lbs compared to the Pro. You're going to want to have it support more weight, if you're benching at least 1x bodyweight.

It goes without saying, but the Pro bench is going to be the most sturdy. $499 is a bit pricey though - unless you can't wait, I'd keep shopping around. Most fitness retailers and getting regular shipments in mid July/August as manufacturing opens up.
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Clearly not a solution for all (especially if you are heavy and bench well beyond 1.5X your body weight), but I originally built a bench using the plans below and it was reasonably solid for 380lb combined weight:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Weight ... ubles-as-/

I didn't make it adjustable since I think that is the weakest link in the build above (if you don't plan on using it for barbell exercises though, that might not be an issue). Other changes I made was mounting the 3/4" plywood to 1" SPF (before attaching to the 4X4 frame), making the base wider, reinforcing the joints with metal brackets and using longer lag bolts. For the $20-30 in materials (most of that was the cushioning and vinyl cover, lol), it held up well until I managed to get a Bowflex 3.1 in stock at CT. Obviously build your wooden 4X4 bench at your own peril, lol.
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Jun 12, 2020
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Canadian Tire has Bowflex and Cap Barbell benches (YMMV location).

I think the Cap Barbell flat bench was ~$75 and the adjustable bench ~$100 but they looked tiny. Bought the Bowflex instead for $200 yesterday and it's really good quality. Sturdy, stable, and has wheels - it feels like a commercial gym bench. Also bought the Powerblock Sport a couple of days ago.

There's loads of gym equipment being restocked but they usually sell out in 1-2 days.
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Nov 7, 2014
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Westmount, QC
Canadian Tire has Bowflex and Cap Barbell benches (YMMV location).

I think the Cap Barbell flat bench was ~$75 and the adjustable bench ~$100 but they looked tiny. Bought the Bowflex instead for $200 yesterday and it's really good quality. Sturdy, stable, and has wheels - it feels like a commercial gym bench. Also bought the Powerblock Sport a couple of days ago.

There's loads of gym equipment being restocked but they usually sell out in 1-2 days.
Just was wondering where were you able to find powerblocks that's in currently stock ?

Thanks!
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Nov 7, 2018
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Pro bench or super Stealh bench of northern lights
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Jun 12, 2020
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nouakk wrote: Just was wondering where were you able to find powerblocks that's in currently stock ?

Thanks!
A couple of days ago they had:

10 at Canadian Tire Vancouver SW Marine Dr
30 at Canadian Tire North Vancouver

I also saw it on Amazon for $225/pair ($25 more than Canadian Tire) last week.
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Nov 7, 2018
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This tonic performance pro looks bad. It doesn't even have feet support if you're going to decline crunch.
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Aug 20, 2018
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Mrrfdxyz wrote: Pro bench or super Stealh bench of northern lights
I bought the Stealth bench a couple months ago – it’s been good to me. No issues whatsoever. It’s very heavy-duty, rock-solid, and the 3” pad is great.
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Dec 24, 2007
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The stealth bench is made in Canada but not in stock anywhere in QC.

I'm tempted by the TP pro, but it's probably made in china, I rather buy a Canadian product.
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