Sunny Health & Fitness SF-BH6510 Weight/Bench Set
Black Sunny Health & Fitness SF-BH6510 is made up of a low-cost but solidly built bench, a regular barbell and a total of 100 pounds of weights of 2 x 25lb, 2 x 15lb and 2 x10lb plates, for building, tightening and toning muscles, and it is designed specifically for home gym use, not commercial. This is a flat, incline and decline- FID bench that can be adjusted to five different positions of a flat, three incline and a decline, and comes with a convenient leg developer attachment for your hamstrings, hip flexors, and quads, with a maximum weight capacity of 50 pounds. It is reported to be shipped very quickly via Amazon.com but unassembled as always the case with such units (will need simple assembly), weighs 140 pounds and measures 64 x 48 x 49 inches as assembled, is a compact weight and bench set that won’t occupy much space in your home gym and has a slim but robust frame with a powder coated finish that is chip and scratch resistant.
You will feel comfortable when you’re exercising with the decent back support pads and dense foam that are covered with vinyl, but you can’t really expect it to be super comfy for lengthy workouts, at this low price level. The total maximum weight capacity including the user and weights is specified as 350 pounds, which is quite all right for a budget bench and weight set. And although it is promoted as the gym grade set, we don’t think it is that heavy duty and you really can’t have tens of people lifting weights on it all day long, but it sure is a decent quality unit for one or two people at beginner to intermediate level, working out every day in the comfort of their homes. You will not only work on your chest by doing the classical bench presses but also on your biceps, triceps, shoulders and leg muscles, so pretty much your overall body as you can also do ab exercises when the bench is in a flat position. Sunny Health & Fitness has more than a decade of history in the fitness industry and is based in Los Angeles, California, importing fitness equipment from a great network of Chinese and Taiwanese manufacturers and selling them in US at very competitive prices, due to lack of middlemen and they seem to really focus a lot on customer support after sales.