Titan Fitness Stealth Leg Press

Titan Fitness Stealth Leg Press
Titan Fitness Stealth Leg Press
The Titan Stealth Leg Press attached to a rig
The Titan Stealth Leg Press and its accessories

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Use it as a leg press, arm press, dip station or kickback station, or pull the Titan Stealth Leg Press off the rack to use as a sled.

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Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. Several pieces of equipment in one
  2. Easy to set up
  3. Reasonably priced

What needs improvement...

  1. Takes up a lot of room in your home gym
  2. One year warranty

Product Summary & Specs

The Titan Fitness Stealth Leg Press is several machines in one. You can attach it to a rig or rack to use as a leg press, kickback, dip or arm press station. If you take it off the rack, you can use it as a sled to push, pull or drag. This is a unique machine for a lower body rack attachment because of its many uses.

With a 500-pound weight capacity, you can do quite a bit of work with this machine. It is made from 11-gauge steel and weighs 123 pounds.

Weight

123 pounds

Warranty

1 Year Warranty

Weight Capacity

500 LB

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