Since I love doing detailed reviews of various fitness equipments, I have taken a closer look at Livebest adjustable power tower. Now I’ll be honest with you. I have not personally tested this one, since I could not find anyone who would own it near my location. So I took the liberty to scour the internet and put together one bigger review from tens of smaller ones from real owners of this power tower.
Livebest is one of those brands which do not specialize on just fitness equipment. They make, well basically everything. From to beverage dispensers to TV wall mounts to Makeup cases to step ladders to power towers.
And the Livebest adjustable power tower is what interests us here. So let’s dive right into the features.
Features of Livebest Adjustable Power Tower
The entire frame is made of sturdy steel. The narrow base of the tower is supported by four non-slip rubber foot pads to ensure proper stability on all kinds of floors. The armrests and the backrest are cushioned and sturdy for both, function and comfort. It also comes with dip station and wide pull up bar with adjustable height.
The maximum weight support is 660 lbs (299.4 kg) and the assembled dimensions are (62.2″- 84.5″) H x 24.8″ L x 39.4″.
Solid Construction Indeed
According to users, the assembly is quite easy and it can be done under 30 minutes by one person, although it never hurts to have a buddy that can help you out. The instructions could be clearer, but it’s pretty straightforward anyway.
Despite the narrow base, the tower itself is very sturdy. When placed on a solid floor, it does not rock or wobble even on the highest settings. Several tall guys (6’4”) mentioned that stays sturdy even with their height. So the steel frame indeed, does the job. The one thing to note here are the bolts from the bottom side of the base. This can scratch your floor if you decide to move the power tower around.
The arm rests are large enough (3.9″ W x 9.1″L) to accommodate even bigger arms comfortable. The same goes for the backrest, which is 9.4″ W x 11.8″ L. Both work great when doing knee rises.
The dip station of the livebest adjustable power tower does the job well, but for smaller people it might be a little too wide. Also the handles on the bars could be made of a better-quality rubber.
The height can be adjusted pretty easily with 8 different heights. Thanks to the included wide pull up bar (not just grips, but the entire bar) you can do pull-ups, chin-ups and even muscle ups.
The one thing that it could have is either a sit-up bar or push up bars at the base, but neither is present.
Well, that’s all she wrote.
Pros & Cons
As with every single item even Livebest power tower comes with pros and cons alike.
Our rating: 4.5 / 5
Is Livebest adjustable power tower worth your money? Simple said, yes. If you are a smaller person, first check if the dip station is not too far apart, otherwise, I can’t think of a reason not to test it out. It is a sturdy, adjustable power tower worth its name.