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[Costco] Marcy Olympic Weight Bench -$199

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[Costco] Marcy Olympic Weight Bench -$199

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Time to workout those chest!
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waven101 wrote: Max weight capacity: 136.1 kg (300 lb.)
Yeah, this definitely kills it for me.
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waven101 wrote: Max weight capacity: 136.1 kg (300 lb.)
Didn't notice that. Good for smaller guys I guess
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Since when did size matter?
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waven101 wrote: Max weight capacity: 136.1 kg (300 lb.)
165 lb person + 2x45 lb plates + 45 lb bar = at capacity
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blyndfyre wrote: 165 lb person + 2x45 lb plates + 45 lb bar = at capacity
lol great warm up bench!
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waven101 wrote: Max weight capacity: 136.1 kg (300 lb.)
blyndfyre wrote: 165 lb person + 2x45 lb plates + 45 lb bar = at capacity
Madevilz wrote: lol great warm up bench!
Looks pretty similar to this one, which has a 300+300 lb weight capacity. There's no way it only supports 300 lbs total. That wold be crazy bad. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
https://www.marcypro.com/olympic-bench- ... tor-cb-729

EDIT: Found what I think is the exact model and is also 300+300 :)
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Mrrfdxyz wrote: You can sell the standard weight plates easily for at least $1.5 per lbs
Its going to be even harder to find olympic weights afterward though.
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TransporterSD wrote: I like this, will have to measure my basement height to make sure I can use it
I like that is has a pullie system. So tempted.
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I would recommend getting a squat rack or squat stands and an flat/incline/decline bench if you have the space over an Olympic bench press any day of the week.

Fitness depot has basic iron factory squat rack for like $219, grab the northern lights bench and wheels/leg holders and you're set....

....and the plates and bar of course.
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Melkor wrote: I would recommend getting a squat rack or squat stands and an flat/incline/decline bench if you have the space over an Olympic bench press any day of the week.

Fitness depot has basic iron factory squat rack for like $219, grab the northern lights bench and wheels/leg holders and you're set....

....and the plates and bar of course.
I went to FD 2 months ago, they were emptied. I put an order for in store pickup a month ago, no response since. I would guess it would be much easier to get the rack from Costco.
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Got one. Thanks OP.
Maximum Weight Capacities and Dimensions
- Maximum weights on crutch: 300lb

- Maximum user weight on bench: 300lb

- Maximum weight capacity on bench (including user weight): 600lb

For those wondering.
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cheerios109 wrote: Got one. Thanks OP.
Maximum Weight Capacities and Dimensions
- Maximum weights on crutch: 300lb

- Maximum user weight on bench: 300lb

- Maximum weight capacity on bench (including user weight): 600lb

For those wondering.
This bench is a good deal. Just keep in mind that if you're carrying heavy dumbbells the attachments in the front might make it a pain in the ass to sit and get up when carrying them.

People are going to have a hell of a time finding plates and bars though. I got 6 plates of cheapie 45s the other day but I've been reloading 5-6 tabs worth product pages on and off constantly for the past two weeks.

Keep in mind also that some manufacturers have jacked the price up to over 2$ a point for cheap cast iron gear, and rubberized, milled and bumper plates are basically unobtanium at this point. 70$ for a cast 45 is a decent (not great) price. But 90-110$ per plate is insane. In the case of specialty dumbbells (over 100lbs) the prices are close to 3$ per pound.

And of course, shithead scalpers on the used sites are selling for close to 4$ a pound (I hope corona pounds them... into the dirt)
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