Dumbbell Stand, Device Holder
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Your workout just got smarter. The SelectTech Dumbbell Stand with Media Rack provides one convenient place for weights and technology, making it the perfect combination of form meets function. Designed with safety in mind, you’ll never have to bend down to pick up weight – ever again. With easy access to programs, training videos and more, you can focus on goals and leave the guesswork behind. Once you go rack, you’ll never go back. Compatible with SelectTech® 552, 560 and 1090 dumbbells.
Stand with Media Rack
- Compatible with the SelectTech 552, 560, and 1090 dumbbells
- Large media rack to help ensure your smart device stays in place
- Ergonomically designed to help protect your lower back
- Wheels away for easy storage
- Fits any tablet or smart phone
- Compact design for an ultra-small footprint
- Dimensions: 25″ H x 26.4″ W x 26.9″ L (63.5 x 67 x 68.3 cm)
Weight adjustment is very convenient and easy to set.
Assembling was easy, and the instructions were clear and detailed, making the process quick.
The stand is well-built and sturdy.
Overall, I would highly recommend the Bowflex stand to anyone looking for a high-quality, versatile, and convenient workout setup.
I replaced the adjustable stationary “feet” with 3: heavy duty locking wheels ( Amazon. ASIN : B09D4R4BGS ) to raise the stand a bit and to make it mobile. BowFlex does not give this option and may not approve of wheels. It works beautifully for me .These are M!0 threaded stems.
People are complaining about the straps. You really have to pull hard on them. I have a lot of excess strap showing because they are so tight against the weight stands.
It makes your home gym look nice, clean and organized
I love mine
The stand is a bit low to comfortably use my laptop in tablet mode to track my workout, but it is pretty comfortable for leaning down to grab the weights and shifting between weights. I wish the straps with the plastic release didn't come so close to the grips since it makes it a little tight with wrapping your fingers around the grips, but it's a small gripe.
The build quality is great and the stand feels very sturdy. The stand is pretty heavy, so even without the weights on it it stays put pretty well. Overall, I'm happy I went with this stand as it has a stock fit to it and doesn't feel like the 552 weights were an afterthought. I was going to try to make a stand myself out of wood, but these look much more sleek than anything I could have come up with.
Again, really the only con I can see is that the plastic clip for the base release comes too close to your hand when wrapping your hand around the grip of the dumbbell, meaning you have to be careful setting the weights down. Other than that, I highly recommend this stand.
You will first have to start by unbuttoning and taking the buckle completely off to get the straps through the crack. After that’s done place the buckle on the bottom and clip the buttons. Good luck.
Cons; stand is only about 2.5- 3 FT tall, so you still have to bend over to get your weights. Assembly is overly complicated for such a simple apparatus. THE WORST thing about this stand is it comes with holes to screw in the bow flex weights but they don’t line up and don’t seem compatible, so bowflex itself, similar to a third party retailer has opted to leave this defect and give you a strap to tie down the weights instead lol. Guess that’ll get fixed when someone drops a weight on their toe.
Final words; If you’re able to build your own, you probably can do better, but if you can’t, you really have no choice but to settle for this add on. It gets the job done, looks nice and is part of a set. Just do it there is no alternative.
I did make some modifications to mine (do at your own risk.) I took the screws out of the base of the 552's and took the 552's apart. I then put the bottom of the base on top of the metal plate and drilled holes into the plate where the original screws lined up. I then bought some longer screws at the local hardware store and screwed the bases onto the metal plate so I could bypass the straps.
I then bought two locking large caster wheels for the back and two locking smaller caster wheels for the front so it would add a slight slant to the weights and would be easier to move around if needed.
I'm very happy with it.
I was going to get the Titan Powerblock stand (they confirmed for me it would fit) but I read reviews about stability issues. The Bowflex stand is worth the extra money. It is also made for your Bowflex so why not.
Note : Make sure you don’t assemble media tray at end or you will have hard time fitting the tray dumbbell bases. I would recommend not tightening Dumbbell bases first, rather insert media stand into them first and then tighten them.
1) Sturdy and solid frames
2) Black color look nice when compared to older silver color model Stand
3) No bobbling when I put both heavy weights.
4) Extra hardware provided for installation.
1) Little Expensive
2) Instructions were not clear. Just gave one image which has everything , we need to assemble everything from that image.