I just purchased a Smith Machine and wanted a reasonably priced weight bench to do chest presses and other exercises. I press 75 to 100 pounds, so finding a sturdy base was important...and that was what I found to be lacking in this product. After putting it together, tightening the bolts and double checking things, I tried it out. It was wobbly, I felt as if it was going to give out on me at any minute and that is not a feeling you want when you are pushing weight.
I returned it, fully assembled to my local Target, who promptly refunded my money. I was thankful for that, [.............] Three words to sum up the Reebok bench...Do Not Buy
This bench could have been a great product. However the hooks for the back support bar were welding incorrectly. The bench took a lot longer than expected to put together, however I can deal with that, but then to realize that it was not even made correctly.
So to top it off there isn't a number anywhere for this product... I contacted Reebok and they are not helpful at all. I have been going back and forth for a month now trying to get this resolved. They keep asking for a model number and when I provide the only model number listed they say that isn't it. This number is on the package, the manual, the care guide, and even the hardware package. I sent pictures of the issue, of the model number and even the pages to the manual. It has been two weeks not since I have heard from them.
With the hooks upside down the back support bar is not stable and unsafe to use.
I would have given this product zero stars if I was able to.