Bells of Steel Flat Utility Bench

bells of steel flat utility bench

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  • Under $200
  • 661-lb weight capacity
  • Lightweight
  • 2″ thick pad
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Under $200
  • 661-lb weight capacity
  • Stable
  • 2" thick pad
  • Lightweight
What needs improvement ...
  • Four-leg design isn't best for benching
  • Uses thinner steel
  • Only 180-day warranty for upholstery

Product Summary

The Bells of Steel Flat Utility Bench has everything you need in a basic bench: a good weight capacity (661 pounds), stable legs, and a thick pad. Sure, it’s not the flashiest weight bench but if you’re looking for something just to lie down on during your next dumbbell pressing session then this is a perfect choice.

The four-leg design is good for people who want to do step-ups or light resistance training, but we wouldn’t recommend it for heavier bench pressers because you can’t plant your feet firmly on the ground (for that, we recommend a bench with a tripod design).

We would’ve liked to see transport wheels, though the 34-pound weight should make this easy enough for most people to pick up and move when needed.



44.4" L x 17.75" W x 17.3" H


37.2 lbs

Pad dimensions

48" L x 9.8" W

Pad thickness


Steel thickness


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      An ultra-affordable and surprisingly durable weight bench that's great for beginners, people who don't plan to lift heavy, or those who are on a budget.