AmStaff Fitness DF2108 Functional Trainer
• Multi-position fully adjustable swivel pulley system
• Accepts both Olympic and standard plates
• Cross beam with multi-grip chin up bar
• Self-aligning pulleys and bearings for smooth exercises
• Solid construction provides safe exercises
• Built-in storage rack for cable attachments
• Quality bushings provide an ultra-smooth workout
• Gives you some of the best exercises to build a rock solid body
• Perform your workouts knowing you are safe, you will not bottom out and can build your muscles to the max!
• Heavy duty steel construction with powder coating
• Get a great workout with one of the strongest and most versatile Adjustable Functional Trainers available
• Great for rehabilitation or any other workouts
• Quick and easy adjustments
• Dimensions: 58”W x 50”D x 80”H
• Assembly required
• Weights are not included.
Ratings & Reviews
Assembly was tricky because you need at least 6 inches clearance from the ceiling plus instructions weren't very good. Got it done and it works great. Couple of pointers: 1. You need a counter weight to stabilize the unit. You can actually store some weights on it so it works out anyways. 2. You'll need to lubricate the rod to make it work. Excellent value for money.
Came exactly as ordered, on time, as promised!
Really great value and above what I was expecting, overall not that hard to build if you have 2 people. Cables need a little bit of lubricant and I cannot discern the difference from gym level equipment
Impressed, tricky to assemble but worth the work. Cables move smoothly and good quality machine.
Alright i was extremely doubtful that this would live up to what was being reviewed about it but bang for my buck figured why not give it a shot, and am I ever glad I did. Thankfully my gf set it up so I just had to help her oil up the wheels and pulleys with a bit of wd40, the chin up bar does not wobble what so ever; which considering my buff 180 is appreciated. After working the lubricant into the pulley system it feels smooth and the bars it comes with work good. One thing to remember is you need an equal amount of weight on both ends for it to be stable
Great Machine - Easy to setup until you get to the pulleys. Fastest way to setup pulleys is as follows. - Start with the Longest cable which is used for cable crossovers, Run that through the left side up the top, through the middle pulleys that hang and repeat the process backwards on the right side. (That way your pulleys are hanging and makes it easy to setup bottom cables) - Hook up the cables with two bolts on each end next, Run it through the bottom right and it will cross over on the small pulley than come back up and go exactly the same way to the other side -Lastly hook up the cable which is attached to the Pull down bar and run it through until it comes out directly underneath to the smaller bar used for rows at the bottom. Hope this helps! I should have made a video because the instructions are hard to decipher for the cable system.