XMark XM-7630 Adjustable FID Weight Bench Reviewed

It's hard to imagine a proper home gym without a workout bench. From light crunches to heavier weight training and everything in between, a workout bench is one of the most versatile home gym items you can own. Conclusion? Get a weight bench.

But which one? This where where the a weight bench like the XMark XM-7630 comes into play.

The XMark bench is a high-end piece of equipment that's great for regular weight lifters. While the price is definitely not the cheapest on the market, its durable construction, heavy-duty weight capacity, and extreme versatility make up for that. 

Want to learn more about the XMark Adjustable Weight Bench to decide whether or not it's right for your home gym? Check out all the details in this XM-7630 review. 

Product Specifications

Regular Dimensions

52.5"L x 22.5"W x 50.5"H

Weight Capacity

1500 lbs.

Back Positions

7

Seat Positions

3

Product Weight

77 lbs.

Warranty

Limited Lifetime

Main Features Of The XMark Bench

The construction of the XMark XM-7630 features a baked black powder coat finish, which not only gives it a little extra flair, but also helps to make it scratch resistant and quite durable. The core is made from heavy-duty 11-gauge 2" x 3" steel, which is capable of handling a maximum weight load of 1500 pounds. 

The adjustments of the XM-7630 include 7 backrest positions as well as 3 seat positions. Changing the bench's positioning can be done by using the side handles along the ladder back adjustment system. The seat and back are made from extra thick 3" Duracraft padding with sweat and tear resistant Duraguard vinyl cushions. 

At the bottom of the bench, there are transport wheels that make this somewhat heavy piece of equipment (77 pounds) easy to move around the home. 

Packaging & Assembly

It’s relatively easy to assemble XM-7630, although it can take some time to put all the components together, so try to be patient. 

For your convenience, here is the official assembly video:

Price Guide

As mentioned before, this is certainly not the cheapest bench out there. It's more expensive than a lot of the competition, but this is no surprise considering the heavy-duty construction, ease of adjustments, and high 1500-pound weight capacity. 

If you've got the money to spend on a commercial-grade bench that comes from a brand that pays close attention to detail, purchasing the XM-7630 is money well spent, especially considering the limited lifetime warranty that comes along with it. 

XM-7630 Exercises:
  • Decline crunches
  • Decline dumbbell press
  • Dumbbell pullovers
  • Flat barbell press
  • Hamstring curls
  • Incline dumbbell press and flies
  • Preacher curls
  • Seated concentration curls
  • Seated shoulder press
  • Single split squat
XMark XM-7630 Adjustable Weight Bench

My Experience Using The XM-7630

Frame & Adjustability

As far as I can tell, the claim to handle 1500 pounds is 100% legit. At 77 pounds, this bench is heavier than most, which means that it is capable of handling more weight - and that it does!

Its ergonomic adjustable seat makes it that much easier to get a full workout in without sacrificing comfort. In addition to the seat and back adjustments, I love that this bench also comes with 3 adjustment options for vertical preacher curls, adding even more exercise options. The integrated preacher curl bar is also removable so that you can perform exercises with and without it.

Anyone who has ever used an adjustable workout bench knows how important it is for those adjustments to be as smooth and seamless as possible. You don’t want setting up your workout bench to become a workout in itself, and you certainly don’t want it to be unreliable in how it locks into place. With this model, that’s never a problem. It adjusts smoothly and easily to each of the positions, allowing you to focus on the exercises themselves. 

That emphasis on flexibility carries over to the dual developer area, which allows you to do leg curls as well as extensions. This section has another 3 adjustable positions, expanding the amount of leg exercises made possible by this workout bench. Both the preacher curl bar as well as the leg developer can make use of standard or Olympic plate weights.

Comfort

The padding is 2.5 inches thick, double-stitched, tear and sweat-resistant, made of Duraguard Vinyl, and quite dense, which means that you're likely to remain comfortable throughout your workout. The legs and ankle pads are 4 inches thick, and the bottom of the unit itself is skid-resistant.

Just as important to a workout bench’s overall versatility is the amount of positions you can adjust it to. Different exercises require different positions, and you don’t want to be caught out of position, which can not just be uncomfortable, but also cause injury. 

Thankfully, this model can be adjusted to fit seven distinct alignments. Rather than buy separate benches or other tools for exercises that require flat, incline, and decline positions, this bench lets you do them all.

Height & Weight Limitations

There's really no limitations on who can use this bench. Regardless of how much you weight, the 1500-pound capacity ensures that individuals of all sizes can comfortably and safely use the XM-7630. 

The only concern is that this bench might not be ideal for shorter individuals under 5'2" because of the positioning of the foot hold down bar. If you have short legs, you might struggle to comfortably reach this bar. 


Pros and Cons Of The XMark XM-7630

Armed with the knowledge of all the information from above, let’s summarize the XMark bench in terms of pros and cons:

Pros

  • Sturdy frame
  • Thick padding makes workouts quite comfortable
  • A great degree of adjustability makes a wide range of workouts possible
  • Easy adjustment system
  • Olympic weight plate adaptor

Cons

  • Though easy to assemble, it still might take longer than a standard workout bench
  • At 70 pounds, this is definitely on the heavier side for a workout bench

Comparing The XMark With Similar Adjustable Benches  

One of the best ways to do your due diligence for selecting the best weight bench for you is to compare it with similar models. There are 3 that are very similar in functionality and design to the XMark XM-7630 bench:

  • XMark Vs Rep Fitness - The AB-3000 by Rep Fitness is similar in price to the XM-7630, and also has similar adjustability features. However, the XMark bench is capable of holding 500 pounds more than the AB-3000, so I'll let you decide which one is better.   
  • XMark Vs Vanswe - Vanswe's weight bench is a great midrange option; it's not the cheapest bench on the market, but it's about half the price of the XM-7630. That being said, this weight bench has a lower weight capacity of 800 pounds (which is still perfectly acceptable) and a much shorter warranty period of just 3 years.  
  • XMark Vs Merax - While the Merax Deluxe bench is cheaper than the XM-7630, it doesn't come with nearly the same amount of bells and whistles. Yes, it's still a great choice if you're trying to stick to a more strict budget, but in terms of commercial-quality, the XMark bench wins. 

Conclusion 

XMark 7630 Adjustable Weight Bench for...
  • STRENGTH: With a 1500 lb weight capacity,...
  • ADJUSTABLE: This XMark 7-Position FID...
  • MOBILITY: Transport wheels make moving this...
  • COMFORT: Extra thick 3" Duracraft padding...

Our rating: 4.7 Star Rating 4.7 / 5

There is a lot to like about this workout bench. It is very adjustable, making it that much easier for you to do dozens of different exercises. This plays right into the versatility, which is supposed to be one of the main incentives behind getting a workout bench in the first place.

What’s more, this bench is very well padded with sweat and tear resistant material, meaning it will last longer without starting to smell of sweat or degrade. All of this and more makes this workout bench from XMark Fitness a worthy addition to anyone's home gym. 

However, if you are looking for something that fits better into your budget, I’d suggest checking out our guide on the best affordable weight benches.

Paul J