Recently one of the newer power towers caught my attention. Once again we are talking about a non-commercial one fit for your home gym – OneTwoFit multi-function power tower.
OneTwoFit brand has been on the market for some time now and they make all kinds of equipment, including wall-mounted pull-up bars, fitness trampolines, power towers, abdominal benches, folding exercise bikes and so on. In this review, we are focusing on their newest power tower.
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OneTwoFit Power Tower Reviewed
80" - 87"
Max User Weight
The tower’s frame is made by steel tube to ensure proper sturdiness and weight support of 330 lbs. The extra wide U-shaped frame base with skid resistant feet provides maximum stability. High-density foam grips and padded arm-rests and backrest ensure comfortable training.
The multi-grip pull-up station can be used for wide-angled and standard pull-ups and chin-ups. The height itself is adjustable from 79.5 to 86.6 inches (202 to 220 cm). The base also uses L-shaped support bars that can be used for push-ups.
The assemble weight is 59.5 lbs (27 kg).
Not a Lot of Wiggle!
Now that we are familiar with the features, let’s see what owners are saying about OneTwoFit power tower.
The packaging and assembly instructions are both good. Prepare to have a buddy ready and you should have it assembled under one hour. The manual is pretty straightforward.
Thanks to the U-shaped base with skid-resistant feet the tower is pretty solid and sturdy. The base can also be used as a push-up bar, which is definitely a plus.
The dip station is solid as well, although it cannot be adjusted. The grips feel pretty solid as well. One thing to note here is the material from which the armrests and backrest are made. The used PU leather feels cheap and several owners already reported creaks and torn parts. You can also hear the back-pad protesting when doing knee raises.
The pull-up bar is adjustable in height and can be used for standard and wide-angled pull-ups / chin-ups. However, what the bar is missing is front grips. I don’t see any particular reason why they are not included. The bar itself feels pretty sturdy, though.
All in all, you can do a lot of self-weight exercises on this particular power tower, no argument there.
Pros & Cons
As with every product, even OneTwoFit Multi-function power tower has some cons.
Is the OneTwoFit Power Tower Worth the Money?
- ✅HEAVY DUTY CONSTRUCTION: The heavy-duty...
- ✅COMFORTABLE HAND GRIPS: High density foam...
- ✅MULTI-FUNCTION: Use for knee raise...
- ✅ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: This workout station...
Honestly? Yes. If you do not mind cheaper materials used in armrests and the backrest and if you are satisfied with a standard wide pull-up bar, then there is no reason not to get OneTwoFit power tower.
Considering the price, it is a good piece of equipment for any home-gym owner and especially if they are trying to watch their budget.
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