YOLEO Adjustable Power Tower Rated & Reviewed

It still fascinates me how I’m able to find new fitness equipment manufacturers, like every week or so. One such newer brand that I’ve laid my eyes on is named YOLEO.

As it turns out, they make all kinds of fitness equipment gear, like inversion tables, adjustable weight benches, power towers, etc. It is precisely the YOLEO adjustable power tower that caught my attention.

There have been several versions of this particular power tower and since they don’t have any model names, I’ll be reviewing the newest 2019 version.

So without further due, let’s see what this particular tower can offer us.

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Product Specifications

Height (min-max)

59" - 90.5"






50.7 lbs.

Max User Weight

220 lbs.


1 year

Adjustment Levels


This particular power tower uses reinforced steel construction, which is compact in design. The main frame made of 1.2” x 2.4” (30 x 60mm) reinforced steel pipe along with additional steel plate safety locks.

It also comes with an advanced base structure (as seen on the picture), which is not a standard H-shape base, but rather a curved-H design to prevent wobbling and shaking. The base is also equipped with push-up bars and with suction caps which are wider and anti-skid in comparison to standard base caps.

Additionally, it comes with long curved pull-up bar, which is highly adjustable with 6 different height settings, ranging from 59” to 90.5” (150 to 230 cm). The height can be adjusted via an adjustment knob. The dip station is pretty standard with the L-shape, thus allowing exercises like dips and knee raises.

Armrests and backrest use upgraded and thicker pads, with PU leather cover and anti-skid material. Additionally, they use sweat-absorption material for comfortable and lasting performance.

The assembled dimensions are 49.2 x 29.5 x 59-90.5 inches (125 x 75 x 150-230 cm), the empty weight is 50.7 lbs (23 kg) and the maximum supported weight is 220 lbs (100 kg).

Easy Assembly Goes a Long Way

I’m glad to report that most users were satisfied with the assembly instructions and provided tools. You don’t need anything external and you should have at assembled in about 30-40 minutes.

YOLEO Adjustable Power Tower

The sturdiness of the YOLEO adjustable power tower seems to be great, according to verify purchasers.

It seems that this is mainly because of the well-thought base and powerful suction caps. From the construction, however, one can see that this is not commercial-grade steel and the support of 220 lbs is not much, really.

However, if you are below the weight limit, it should work for you well.

The height adjustability of the pull-up bar is well-designed. The maximum adjustable height of 90.5” is great for even the tallest users.

There are not many power towers on the market that can pride themselves with the height adjustment above 90 inches, so kudos to YOLEO.

Dip station is pretty standard, comfortable and there is enough space for dips and knee raises. The back-rest and armrests (elbow rests) are durable, extra padded and anti-skid.

The push-up bars at the base are a welcomed bonus, since you do not have to use external ones.

Pros and Cons

Let’s summarize the information from above in the pros and cons.


  • Reinforced steel pipe frame with extra steel pipes
  • Well-designed curved-H base for maximum stability
  • Advanced anti-skid suctions for increase sturdiness
  • Easy to assemble
  • Great adjustability up to 90.5”


  • Only 220 lbs weight support


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Our rating: 4.6 Star Rating 4.6 / 5

This is a great power tower if you are a beginner, or even professional body-builder with weight less than 220 lbs. Honestly, 220 lbs weight support is not really much, more non-commercial power towers offer at least 330 lbs. But besides that, I don’t see a reason why you shouldn’t consider YOLEO power tower.

If you are looking for something like this, but commercially graded, check out Fitness Reality X-class power tower. Alternatively, you can check our general guide for power towers.

Paul J

Last Updated on August 19, 2021