Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench - Red/Black

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$149.99When purchased online

About this item

Highlights

  • Powder-coated steel frame.
  • High-density foam with boxed upholstery.
  • Back adjusts from decline to flat to incline.
  • Padded leg extension/curl bar with weight post.
  • Convenient transport handle.
  • Fits most Smith machines, racks and cages.

Specifications

Dimensions (Overall): 46.0 Inches (H) x 23.0 Inches (W) x 64.5 Inches (D)

Weight: 48.0 Pounds

Holds up to: 300.0 Pounds

Material: Steel (Frame)

Features: Padded Seat

Seat Material: Vinyl

Assembly Details: Adult Assembly Required, Tools Not Provided

Targeted Muscle Area: Legs, Upper Body, Total Body, Core Muscles, Arms, Lower Body

TCIN: 16688726
UPC: 096362992732
Item Number (DPCI): 082-02-0703
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported

Description

For anyone who's looking to start or add to their home gym, the Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench - Black is going to quickly be the sweatiest and most-loved piece of equipment you have. This versatile bench features an adjustable back that can go from incline, to flat to decline, giving you an ideal place for working on your upper body with dumbbells, bars or even body weight exercises. You can also work out the legs with the two-position padded bar and weight post that gives you the opportunity to do a leg extension or curl. Boxed upholstery with high-density foam offers comfort and durability, while the powder-coated steel frame is resilient enough for years of iron-pumping attention.
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Shipping details

Estimated ship dimensions: 46.75 inches length x 17.75 inches width x 6.75 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 51 pounds
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Q: What is the height from floor to bench when bench is flat?

submitted by CW - 2 months ago
  • A: Hi CW - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Bench is approximately 18" from the floor when laying flat. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 2 months ago
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Q: Can you use the smaller standard hole weights or the larger hole weights?

submitted by Daren - 2 months ago
  • A: Hi Daren - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight bench can hold both standard and Olympic plate weight plates. The bar is made for standard plates, but this bench comes with a sleeve attachment that can be used with Olympic plates. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 2 months ago
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Q: Hi! are you able to lay on your stomach and do leg extensions to hit the hamstrings?

submitted by Tracey - 6 months ago
  • A: Hello Tracey - Thanks for your question! Yes, the Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench features a leg developer than can be used to target glutes and hamstrings by laying flat on your stomach. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 6 months ago
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Q: Can you fold this up against the wall for storage.

submitted by C2 - 6 months ago
  • A: Hello C2 - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench unfortunately does not fold down for storage, I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 6 months ago
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Q: Good afternoon Can you please tell me the length of the whole frame Thank you

submitted by leggings - 9 months ago
  • A: Hi Leggings - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench has a frame length of 64.5 inches. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 9 months ago
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Q: What are the dimensions, height, width of the seat and back board of this bench?

submitted by Uncle Joe - 10 months ago
  • A: Hi Uncle Joe - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench - Red/Black features a back pad that is 29.5” L x 12.5” W and a seat pad that is 13.75”L x 12”W. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 10 months ago
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Q: Can I lock the leg curl portion to be able to do sit ups on a decline setup?

submitted by merhault - 2 years ago
  • A: Hi Merhault - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench does not feature a locking leg developer. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 2 years ago
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Q: Hi Rondo Is this setup for storing upright?

submitted by SGPhilly - 3 years ago
  • A: Hi SGPhilly - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench (SB-350) is setup to store flat. The bench back can be adjusted to upright, but the feet are not setup to store the bench upright. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 3 years ago
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Q: Can this bench recline for incline sit-ups?

submitted by Rondo - 3 years ago
  • A: Hi Rondo - Thanks for your question! The Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench (SB-350) has a back pad that can be adjusted to six positions. This includes incline, decline, and flat bench. I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 3 years ago
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Q: How long is the weight bar for the leg extension/curl? What is it's maximum weight capacity?

submitted by rcedo - 3 years ago
  • A: Hi Rcedo - Thanks for your question! The weight bar on the Marcy Deluxe Utility Weight Bench (SB-350) is 16 inches. The max weight capacity is 600lbs (including weight). I hope this helps!

    submitted byProductExpert - 3 years ago
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 18 reviews
100% would recommend
12 recommendations
value: 5 out of 5
quality: 4.45 out of 5

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4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Grizz - 3 years ago, Verified purchaser
Does everything I need it to. Only thing is, it is not very stable so is not good for step-ups/ anything other than sitting or lying very still. Even so- it’s the best price and quality I found for a multi-function bench.
quality: 4 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Great purchase

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Tori - 4 years ago
This bench is perfect for an in-home gym. Great quality, very stable and the instructions were very clear. It took a couple of hours to put together but it was definitely worth it!
quality: 5 out of 5
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Awesome! Very Pleased!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Jazz - 4 years ago, Verified purchaser
This is a phenomenal piece of equipment, and I'm so happy i purchased it instead of a gym membership. I really wanted an all-in-one home gym with the lat pull down, but I was intimidated by the thought of assembly. So, I opted for this and decided to try dumb bells for my arms. Everything was packaged securely and the box arrived undamaged. All included parts and tools were inside. There are no written instructions - only images; however, I assure you the instructions are not as intimidating as they seem IF you look at it as a "6-page assembly" with each page only taking about 15 minutes to assemble at most 2-3 parts. The whole assembly took me about 2.5 hours as I had to undo and redo a couple of things. Also, I spent about 30 minutes confused over two bolts that wouldn't fit flush into the holes on page 1 of the assembly book, but I will give you some tips to save you the headache. 1. You will need TWO 6-inch adjustable wrenches, NOT ONE. This is so that you can use one to hold one bolt while you tighten the cap on the other end. Otherwise, the bolt will spin and you won't be able to hold it in place with your finger. My wrenches were only $3.49 at that orange and white hardware store. 2. Slice open the hardware compartments one section a time, and only as you need them, so that you don't mix-up the pieces. 3. Hardware part #12 is very important when assembling Equipment part #3. You will use #12 under the bolts that I mentioned - they don't fit flush into #3 without #12. 4. Resist the urge to use the adjustable and Allen wrenches on pages 3 and 4 of the assembly book. Those parts need to be able to move freely for the seat and extension. They put an 'X' over those tools in the top left of the pages for that reason. I tightened them, and then had to remove the seat to loosen them because nothing would glide. You should just tighten it as much as you can with your fingers and keep going. When I put the seat on (page 5) I did tighten one of the bolts on the front of Equipment part #6 a little until it swung the way I wanted, but I can't remember which one. I think it's best to just do what you can with your fingers. 5. Equipment part #24 is just an extra clip. I think its for when/if for some reason you don't use Equipment part #18. I'm a woman, 5'5", 115 lbs. It works great for me. I purchased four 5-pound Olympic weight plates and one 25-pound plate. I purchased from "SA." The 5-pound plates are on sale for just $3 and the $25 pound plate cost me $17. I'm still trying to decided how much weight to use. The leg extension is very smooth and does not make any noise. There was a slight noise when I began to lower my legs from the extension, but that i was just the weight plates shifting. I made sure Equipment part #24 was flush against the plates and they didn't move after that. The seat is comfortable. The butt seat adjusts up and down, and the seat back adjusts back and forth. I think there is one more adjustment possible with that knob (Equipment part #25), but I haven't bothered to figure it out yet. The one thing I was looking for in a leg extension machine was wide foam roller pads so that I could spread my legs apart far enough. The Marcy SB-350 fits the bill there! I can tell they are wider than the ones on many others I've seen. There is plenty of room left on the outsides of my legs, even with them spread apart comfortably. My only gripe is also concerning the foam roller pads. They left light bruises just above my ankles. I used coconut oil mixed with frankincense and rosemary oils and they were gone this morning. So, last night, I ordered a pair of Meister MMA shin guards from the big "A" known for free 2-day shipping with that "P" service and I shouldn't have anymore issues there. I hope this review helps. I definitely recommend this equipment for those who want a good workout at home. Target.com is a retailer that you can trust to deliver it well-packaged, quickly, and at a great cost!
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Marcy Adjustable 66" Weight Bench

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
John G - 6 years ago
arrived in a single box. Clear directions, 30 minutes to assemble. Works as promised....looking good!
quality: 4 out of 5
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I'd buy again

4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Pitt - 6 years ago
Great bench for the money. Adjusts from flat to almost 90 degrees. Does not decline past flat. Using with a Smith machine.
quality: 4 out of 5
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Must buy

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
stephen - 6 years ago
The bench is sturdy and able to be used with a lifting cage. Very nice leg extension/curl add-on to a regular bench. Well worth the money.
quality: 5 out of 5
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Nice!!!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Rosa - 6 years ago
delivery was excellent it arrived a day before schedule, I was very happy bout that! When i opened the box it was intimidating i thought it was gonna take me days to put it together but surprisingly it only took me an hour & 1/2 ;) with the right tools . I'm 5 feet tall is perfect for me is adjustable. Overall i"m happy with it
quality: 3 out of 5
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Bench

5 out of 5 stars
Turn - 6 years ago
This product is solid. I'm a heavy lifter and it holds up to the stuff I do. Football type workouts. Home gyms, this is a must. You can do everything that requires a bench. Incline, decline, flat, all the workouts that you do in those positions. Only bad thing is that the leg developer only goes up so far, but I see that for safety reasons, but I can cut that "lip" part with an hacksaw to get full motion.
quality: 5 out of 5
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Marcy. Bench

4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Brose2222 - 7 years ago
Easy to install. Wife loves it.
quality: 4 out of 5
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Love this bench.

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Gallamall - 7 years ago
Does not take up an absurd amount of space which is perfect because I live in an apartment and do not have a separate space just for exercise equipment. Got two 25 pound weights to start with, love doing sit-ups and leg exercises, this bench makes it very easy to want to exercise! Very easy to assemble.
quality: 5 out of 5
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Ladies, You Can Assemble This One

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Bluehair in AZ - 7 years ago
Put this together yesterday in 1.5 hours with tools included. Pieces were marked well and I handled assembly alone. It helps to have some knowledge about how weight equipment works, but really the images were clear enough to do this without any background. I am 60 and won't be pumping a lot of iron so I think this bench is adequate for the weight it needs to carry. Seems quite sturdy and the wheels on one end make it easy to move around. Tips: there are suggestions on assembly in the owner's manual - read it; a rubber mallet helps to push in the rod ends holding the rollers but some cardboard and a regular hammer works. When you are done, sit back, sip a martini, and know you don't need a guy around the house to do stuff like this.
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Nice

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
mdm - 7 years ago
Very Nice. Marcy Products are always good quality and perfect for home use.
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perfect bench!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Jeffry Doomer - 7 years ago
Easy installation, light weight, sturdy, and many poisitions to work incline and military press.
quality: 5 out of 5
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