AmStaff TB011 Flat/Incline/Decline Utility Bench
Easy mobility and comfort:
The Utility Bench offers rear wheels for easy in and out access of the Workbench Racks. Side seat handlebars are also included on all Workbenches for gripping during leg exercises.
Dimensions: 19"H x 23"W x 51"L
Ratings & Reviews
Recently got this bench (currently waiting on the leg extension attachment) but the bench itself is a solid piece of equipment. The instructions, like all mastiff equipment, is confusing at first but it doesn't take away any effectiveness of the bench. The bench is a little wobblier than I would have liked; however, if you're able to find the sweet spot between it still being able to be adjusted and not overly wobbly like myself, it's rather easy to ignore. In addition, there's another review that states there is no "true" flat position - this is entirely incorrect. Each level it adjusts to is perfect.
Very good bench, built strong and a lot of angle choice! I recommend this bench for sure!
Instructions are a bit vague but adequate to get the bench built. Quality is pretty good. I would agree that the bench wobbles more than I would like unless I tighten it so that it is not really adjustable. I would pass on this and buy a flat bench next time.
I've owned this bench for 2 years now; have the leg attachment; lat pull down attachment; preacher curl attachment and the leg press attachment. extremely well built and heavy duty. Like others said the instructions to put together could be better but you can get by with them. I use this bench with a cap barbell half rack and they look like they were made for each other. I also bought an after market leg hold down attachment for the decline exercises and it works reasonably good; I actually drilled two side holes in the lower part of the accessory holder. Worth the money and the foam is heavy duty; I've tested my brothers northern lights bench and the foam gave way when I was bench pressing using that bench, not this bench. I would recommend it.
Nice bench, but has some problems. Every adjustable bench of course has some wobbliness/instability, and this one is no different. You can tighten the bolts enough to make the bench stiff, but then it's really hard to adjust. Or you can leave the bolts loose and make it easy to adjust, but experience some wobble. Build quality is generally good, but there are a couple tolerance problems typical with lower-priced fitness equipment. Last but not least, there is no true "flat" setting on this bench. Your choices are either a mild decline, or a very mild incline.