Titan Power Tower

Titan Power Tower

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  • Features five workout stations
  • Includes J-hook pegs 
  • 350-lb weight capacity
  • Rubberized feet for stability
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Price is reasonable
  • Multiple stations in one machine
  • Bench included
  • Various grips for pull-ups
  • Lightweight
What needs improvement ...
  • Large footprint
  • May wobble at higher weights

Product Summary

Titan’s multifunction Power Tower Bench combines their classic Power Tower with some equipment add-ons, making it a super versatile addition to any home gym. This power tower opens up a slew of full-body strength movements thanks to its five workout stations: a flat bench station, multi-grip pull-up station, dip station, vertical knee raise station, and push-up station.

This unit has rubberized feet for secure contact and the base of the tower extends a bit behind it for balance. Still, this tower is reported to feel a bit unstable when used by larger athletes. This might be because the Titan Power Tower Bench has a 350-pound weight limit yet weighs just 83 pounds.

You will want to carve out some dedicated floor space around this unit as it stomps out a decent footprint.



76” L x 40.25” W x 86” H

Bench dimensions

43.5” L x 9.75” W x 20.5” H

Unit weight

83 lbs

Weight capacity

350 lbs



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      The Titan Power Tower Bench features five different workout stations and is sold at a budget-friendly price.