Relife Rebuild Your Life Power Tower: Tested & Reviewed

I remember when I first saw Relife Rebuild Your Life Power Tower in my friend’s home gym. First thing that came to my mind was that the brand name “Relife Rebuild Your Life” was actually some kind of joke.

Then I found out that indeed, they are legit manufacturers of gym equipment (including an exercise bike). Kind of strange name, though (personal opinion). Nevertheless, from the first look the power tower looked sturdy and eye-catching, so I decided to review it and test it out.

Product Specifications

Height (min-max)

58.5" - 89"

Length

35.4"

Width 

26.4"

Weight

63.9 lbs

Max User Weight

330 lbs

Warranty

Lifetime

Adjustment Levels

9

Power towers are excellent additions to every home gym, just like power racks, mainly because most of them are not that pricey and you can do a lot of exercises on them, ranging from dips to crunches to pull ups.

Relife Power Tower offers some great features according to manufacturer, so here is the list:

Feature Summary

Relife Power Tower offers some great features according to manufacturer, so here is the list:

  • Dimensions of the package: 59 x 35.4 x 29.8 inches
  • Weight Capacity Up To 330 lbs
  • Tough Steel Frame
  • Anti-Skid Comfort Handles
  • Ergonomic Design for Extra Comfort
  • Thicker Backrest and Forearm Cushions

I always like to check the features of the equipment I’m reviewing online,  so I can compare it with the real-life experience.

As we have surely found out at some point in our lives, descriptions are often misleading.

Relife Rebuild Your Life Power Tower

Assembly

The package came as one bigger box with all the parts included. Everything was tightly secured in the package.

Since the power tower was already assembled when I tested it, I asked my friend about it. According to him, the manual was included and with its help the assembly was pretty easy.

It took him about 40 minutes on his own. A few little wrenches were included in the package, although if you have your own socket wrench, it will make the job easier.


My Experience with Relife Power Tower

I’m 5’10” and 155 lbs (my friend is about the same), so we could not properly test the shakiness of the tower. It did not shake when doing wide pull-ups, although it would be hilarious if it actually shook under my weight. The pull-up bar is fairly wide, compared to other power towers.

When I tried some crunches with my back on the backrest, there wasn’t any problem, although I noticed that my arms used the entire arm rests’ length – which is not very good considering I’m only 5’10”. I can imagine that taller people with longer arms might not be able to use it properly and comfortably.

Since I could not properly test the shakiness of the tower with my weight, I checked some online reviews posted by heavier people. A few of them (230 lbs +) mentioned the power tower was rocking heavily when doing reverse dips. That’s something to consider when you fit under that weight range.

The pull-up bar is adjustable from 58” to 88.6” (147 – 225 cm) which is good and pretty much a standard with power towers.

That’s about it.


Pros and Cons of Relife Power Tower

With all the things mentioned above, let’s dive to pros and cons.

Pros

  • Handles, Armrests and Backrest are comfortable
  • Easy-to-follow instructions
  • Easy assembly (doable by one person)
  • Maximum height of 88.6” (225 cm)

Cons

  • Armrests are quite short (Not suitable for taller people – 6’2”+)
  • Dip Station is shaky when used by heavier people (230 lbs+)

My Recommendation

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Honestly, I can say that Relife Rebuild Your Life Power Tower is a great power tower, although I would not recommend it to tall and bulkier people (above 6’2” and 230 lbs).

Too many users within this category have experienced shakiness during dips and short armrests length. Of course, eventually, it’s up to you.