Titan Hefty Bench V2

Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
Titan Hefty Bench V2
4.5/5

Builtscore

4.5 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
Based on 4 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Our version 2 of our Hefty Bench features our new enhanced vinyl for a unparalleled support, feel, and grip.Fully utilize your bench for maximum power while also reducing your chances of injury with the Titan Hefty Bench.

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$192.95

Product Summary & Specs

Our version 2 of our Hefty Bench features our new enhanced vinyl for a unparalleled support, feel, and grip.Fully utilize your bench for maximum power while also reducing your chances of injury with the Titan Hefty Bench. The added width and thickness gives your back and shoulders extra support for bench pressing.Features: – Extra wide 24″ base ultimate stability and support. – Double sided gusset plates lock the bench top to the base.- Constructed of heavy duty 3″ x 3″ tubing. – Handle and wheels for easy movement and storage. – 15″ Wide pad is perfect for safely hitting you max bench press.

Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Product Weight

84 LB

Length

50"

Width

15"

Height

17"

Foot Print

53" x 24"

Pad Width

24"

Pad Thickness

4"

Weight Capacity

1,200 LB

GGR Reviews

Titan Hefty Bench V2
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
4 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.5/5
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