The REP Tube Resistance Bands are not bad by any means, but they aren’t of the highest quality. The handles on the bands are not very cushioned or grippy. Plus, the loop is smaller than similar style tube resistance bands. This isn’t the biggest deal, but it is something to be aware of. I also wish that REP had given the customer an idea of how much resistance (in pounds) each band has. Generally, brands will say how much resistance tension each of their bands have. Instead, REP just simply listed them as light, medium, and heavy resistance, which I found sort of strange.
REP Fitness Tube Resistance Bands (Full Set)
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The REP Fitness Tube Resistance Bands come with three different bands with handles: a light, medium, and heavy resistance option. They’re affordable at under $25. Bonus points for them not smelling like the inside of a balloon factory coming out of the package.Categories: Resistance Bands, Resistance Bands and Accessories, Tube Resistance Bands
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Budget-friendly price tag
- No aggressive rubber latex smell
- Three different resistance options
What needs improvement ...
- Handles are not super comfortable to grip
- Feels cheaply made
- Doesn’t tell you the resistance tension in pounds
Orange, grey, black
Light, medium, heavy
|Size of each|
Black (13.5mm) Orange (12mm) Grey (9mm)
GGR Community Reviews
Overall, these REP Fitness Tube Resistance bands are a fairly solid pickup. They're inexpensive, don't smell, and come in a set of three. As long as you're aware your hands might hurt after a while with the handles, you'll be just fine.