Adidas Utility Bench

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The adidas Utility Bench takes its key influences from the type of benches you find in gyms. The upholstery is deep high grade foam with square edges and the back pad can be adjusted into multiple positions including an optimal decline feature. The decline position is perhaps overlooked but it is the easiest way of targeting specific muscles in the chest and upper body.

With comfort in mind, the seat is ergonomically designed with a slight curve and its heavy duty steel frame ensures it stands up to frequent use.

Key Features:

  • Boxed upholstery with 65mm high density foam.
  • Ergonomically designed curved seat padding for extra comfort with two large roller pads.
  • Heavy duty and scratch resistant steel frame.
  • Incline, decline and flat back pad adjustment.
  • Max user weight 215kg (including User).

Our Price$199.00

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Working in the three key positions (flat, incline and decline) you can hit numerous muscles in your upper body, and the seat pad tapers in at the top to enable a good range of motion through the shoulder girdle during pec flys, shoulder presses and pullovers. Plus, the Utility Bench can be used from both ends which means you'll be able to perform even more dumbbell and bodyweight exercises to mix up your weight training.

Technical Specifications

NameAdidas Utility Bench
Set-up Dimensions123 x 49 x 113 cm
Maximum User Weight215kg (Including User)
Minimum Bar LengthN/A
Adjustable Seat AngleYes
Accessories IncludedN/A
Warranty Terms12 Month Warranty. For more information see (Full Warranty Details)
Warranty TypeHome

Here's what some of our customers are saying about this product

From: Penny

- Wellington

This bench is simple and easy to assemble. I needed something somewhat small to fit in my apartment. The adjustments are good, especially the decline. Both bench parts are adjustable. Big selling point for me is that it can be used for a variety of exercises and as a flat bench.

(Posted on 26/05/2016)