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XMark Weight Bench, Heavy Duty 75 lb Adjustable Bench, 1500 lb Wgt Capacity Workout Bench, Exercise Bench, Flat Incline Decline Bench, FID, Incline Bench, Flat Bench Supports Your Heavy Lifting Routines

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  • STRENGTH: With a 1500 lb weight capacity, XMark has got your back during your most demanding strength training. The XM-7630 sports a heavy-duty 11-gauge 2" x 3" rectangular steel mainframe construction.
  • ADJUSTABLE: This XMark 7-Position FID Adjustable Weight Bench has a ladder back adjustment for angles from a full decline to military press position using convenient side handles as well as a 3-position adjustable seat.
  • MOBILITY: Transport wheels make moving this bench a breeze. Easily position it in and out of power cages, cable machines, and other areas of your workout space - or just roll it out of the way when not in use.
  • COMFORT: Extra thick 3" Duracraft padding with sweat and tear resistant Duraguard vinyl cushions and a foot hold down bar complete the package giving you the most comfortable and sturdy bench around.
  • SOLID: The 7630 is built to last. Weighing approximately 75 lbs this bench is solidly built. Attention to detail is what sets this bench apart. XMark is a trusted brand found in homes and gyms across the United States. Long-lasting quality is what you can expect from XMark.


Add XMark Quality to Your Gym XMark is a trusted brand found in homes and gyms across the United States. Long-lasting quality is what you can expect from XMark, making our products an excellent addition to any gym. Read more XMark 7630 Adjustable FID Bench Pictured: The XMark 7630 adjustable flat, incline, decline FID bench, with dual rail system, levels with degrees of adjustment The XMark 7630 adjustable weight bench offers unbeatable comfort and durability from a decline at -20 degrees to military press position. This FID weight bench is constructed with a heavy-duty 11-gauge 2" x 3" steel mainframe and offers a 7-position adjustable back pad coupled with an ergonomically designed 3-position seat, both made of extra thick 3" Duracraft padding and covered in sweat and tear-resistant Duraguard vinyl​. The built-in transport wheels make moving and storing this bench a breeze. You can also easily maneuver it in and out of power cages, racks, cable machines, etc. With a 1500 lb weight capacity and foothold down bar to complete the package, the XMark 7630 adjustable FID bench makes for the sturdiest and most effective weight bench around and it is a perfect addition to any home gym. Features Dual Back Supports This bench sports a heavy-duty 2 inch by 3 inch 11-gauge steel mainframe construction and dual rail back support, all coated in a baked scratch-resistant powder coat finish, making it extremely stable and therefore the strongest and safest option for lifting heavy. Single, thin rails used in other weight benches can twist and fail under stress. Bolted Feet and Wheels Slide this unit around as much as you like. The feet will not slide off, unlike with lower-end benches, as they are bolted on. Move the weight bench from storage to your rack, power cage, cable machine, etc. with ease using the pre-installed transport wheels. Extra-Thick, Finished Cushions No shortcuts were taken in the assembly of this unit. The cushions are made of extra thick 3" Duracraft padding and covered in sweat and tear-resistant Duraguard vinyl. Leaving you with completely finished cushions, front to back, for a bench that looks as good as it feels to use. Read more Read more XM-7604 Adjustable Flat/Incline/Decline FID Bench XM-7630 Adjustable Flat/Incline/Decline FID Bench XM-9010 Adjustable Flat/Incline/Decline FID Bench XM-9022 Adjustable Flat/Incline/Decline FID Bench XM-9024 Adjustable Flat/Incline/Decline FID Bench Color Gray Gray Black Gray Gray Over 20 Years of Fitness Industry Experience XMark: The Mark of Excellence XMark means quality. Our attention to detail and innovation in the design of our products translates to the smoothest and most effective workout experience for you We Beat the Competition High quality materials and performance is the one-two combo that makes our deals tough to beat when it comes to building your perfect dream gym A Trusted Brand Everywhere Purchase with confidence. Outstanding durability and reliability is why XMark is a trusted choice for strength training equipment in American homes and gyms from coast to coast Read more

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎45 x 22 x 10 inches

Package Weight: ‎36.72 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎53.75 x 22.25 x 20.25 inches

Item Weight: ‎77 Pounds

Brand Name: ‎XMark Fitness

Model Name: ‎XM-7630

Color: ‎00) Gray

Material: ‎Vinyl

Number of Items: ‎1

Manufacturer: ‎XMARK

Part Number: ‎XM-7630-GRAY

Date First Available: April 20, 2011

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  • It's a Love-Hate Relationship
Color: 00) Gray
I found this bench particularly hard to review as there are certain things I love about it, then there are some things I absolutely hate. I found it best to split the review into different categories and provide my ratings for each. Ease of Assembly If you enjoy putting together Ikea furniture you'll have no problem putting this bench together. Quality (5-stars) The quality of this bench is impeccable. It perfectly hits that comfortable sweet-spot where the padding is buttery soft but still firm enough that you have a solid foundation to workout on and don't feel like you're sinking into the bench. It is super sturdy, reliable, and the craftsmanship is flawless. There is no wobble or tilting on any incline setting. No manufacturer errors or cosmetic blemishes. I feel safe using this bench and that allows me to clear my mind of unnecessary worries and focus on my workout. Price & Customer Service (5-stars) That leads me to price. For $360 and free shipping, you'd be hard pressed to find a better quality bench. I combined Customer Service because, personally, when I consider the price of an item it goes beyond the actual item but also for the reliability of the brand's customer service. Whenever I have a question, they reply promptly via email (I received a response within 24 hours) and they typically ship within 1 business day from the time of purchase. I have bought several items from X-Mark (barbells, Olympic plates, bench, rubber mats) in the month of July and have always been more than happy for what I paid for. Packaging, while it may be the last thing on some people's minds, is always top notch. In the era of online shopping, this is a huge plus. As stated, all my purchases have been large or heavy and I have never received an item that was damaged. Their packaging almost ensures that the customer will receive their products undamaged. Functionality (2-stars) I found that while I do love the quality and enjoy how comfortable the bench is, it somewhat impractical. The problem comes from the idea that you can use this as a decline bench. When companies do this, they try to do too much and turn what should have been a home-run product into something not as great. The added decline function led to the front seat being extremely wide (16 inches at the widest point) so you can hook where your knees bend and designed the bench to be higher overall (19 inches from floor to top of the bench when laying flat) to compensate for the function of being able to position the backrest lower than flat (decline position). Side note: This problem is then compounded by the fact that when you do position it in decline, the end of the seat is angled and raised higher but the foot peg is in a fixed position. Meaning, unless you have extremely long legs, there is no way you will be able to have your feet hook onto the foot pegs comfortably if at all to hold you in place while you do your decline exercises. And when when you think about the number of decline exercises that can't be done to the same effectiveness as doing them flat or on an incline, the number of decline exercises is zero - making the decline feature unnecessary for my workouts. My wife on the other hand, may use the decline feature for barbell hip thrusts (to lay on starting from the floor) and that's it. The wideness of the seat is my biggest gripe and I actually do not look forward to my chest workouts because of this bench. It is a lot more difficult than it needs to be to get in and out of the bench because you can't just stand up and walk away like you would in a commercial gym where the seat is actually narrower as it gets to the end (the complete opposite of this bench). You kinda have to stand up and wide stance shuffle your way past the seat or just place the dumbbells on the seat and swing one leg over the bench and dumbbells to get out. On paper this doesn't seem too bad but imagine having to this before and after every set, which gets a lot more troublesome when you have larger/heavier weights. As someone who primarily uses the flat and incline features, it's just not practical and becomes very awkward. I don't like to drop the weights and I feel unsafe when I have to get out with heavier dumbbells while holding them. Lately I have just decided to place them on the bench seat (even during incline) and just swing my leg over to save the stress on my lower body joints. The added height is a minor issue, but an issue nonetheless since most benches are around 17.5 inches - 18 inches, this one being 19 inches. After a month of use there is still some awkwardness of not really knowing where is the best place to put my legs for different upper body exercises and I find myself alternating between the foot rest or the floor. Not the biggest issue but it definitely felt better when there was no question on where to put my legs and I could better drive from the floor for all my exercises. Lastly I also want to point out that the gap between the seat and the backrest is pretty massive. From the lowest point of the hinge joints to the highest point of the bench padding while laying flat is 2-1/4 inches. The hinge joint gap between the seat and the backrest is 2 inches. The indent (where the cushion of the backrest and seat slope down towards the joints) is a whopping 7 inches from end to end. When I am using this as a flat bench, I almost have to treat the back rest as a separate bench entirely so my hip doesn't sink into the area of the gap which would lead to my lower back curving. My concern for this as a preventative approach to future back or hip pains. I have been bodybuilding since I was 17 y/o and have not suffered any major pains or injuries in the past 13 years and have only become more conscientious of my body as I get older. Overall, I couldn't be happier with the quality of this bench and X-Mark as a reliable brand but the functionality and design of this bench leaves plenty of room for improvement. If this bench was designed without having to accommodate for decline feature, it would be a home run product. But from my experience, I can't recommend this bench if you're trying to replicate a long-term commercial gym setup for heavy weight exercises. With regards to availability due to COVID-19, X-Mark seems to have the most available equipment online compared to their competitors (Rogue, REP, etc.). That isn't to say that they are in the same league but it is simply a commentary on needing a solid product now versus waiting indefinitely. I am 5'8" and 175 lbs. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2020 by ZerOxShadows

  • Best pro level bench on the market, assembled in 45 min
Color: 00) Gray
The last bench you may ever need. Solid, comfortable, and easy to assemble. I am 6'2'' and 220 i bench between 315 to 385 and needed a bench that would handle the weight. i have tried a few from academy like the marcy, which is a good bench if your benching under 250 but when you get more weight on the bar that marcy just doesn't seem safe. There was was another marcy that i thought about buying but this one seemed to be put together better so i took a chance and bought it. ***review*** The bench took me 45 minutes to put together. after i un-boxed it i started the timer just to see how long it would take. i am mechanically inclined but this is not a jet engine its a weight bench. all the parts are professional quality, the welds are some of the best i have seen in the industry. the adjustability of both the seat and back rest are really nice, i have not tried the decline yet but i have with everything else, its not too wide for my shoulders as long as i keep my butt between the 2 seats.if i go up to high its a bit too wide for my shoulders which is a problem with my last bench. Its heavy but not too heavy, its made out of a much higher quality steel for structure and function. the wheels are nice to have more moving it around. i wish there was a way to lock the seat in place once you have chosen what eve degree you are going to use. It would also help when moving it around so you don't smash the crap out of your finger. the cushions are nice and solid, i hope the material they are made of lasts a long time. when i look at the price this cost and now that i have it and its all put together, i can honestly say its worth what they are charging for it. its definitely a $300 bench. I don't feel ripped off. install like this and unbox everything 2.leave nuts washers etc in package until you need them 3. move all trash out of the way, boxes, plastic etc 4. if you have a 18mm socket and a 16mm socket get them out and ready if not you can use the tools provided. 5. read the instructions about what parts to hand tighten and what parts to wrench tighten until its put together. 6. in the instructions is shows a bunch of other screw and bolts that are not included in the pre shrunk wrapping, don't worry they are already inserted into the bench where they are needed. 7. put the base together, watch your fingers 8.put the parts that hold the seats together and then attach the seats. 9. make sure the 2 top seat parts are even before fully tightening them down 10. watch for the little circular metal inserts that may fall out, you just slip them back into the bench assembly 11.when your done go back and maker sure to tighten it all down, the seat assembly doesnt need to be that tight, but the seats themselves do need to be tight. 12. get to work ****UPDATE******** 2/13/2020 FOOking tank of a Bench still going strong, use it 5-6 times a week, it has not torn or even come loose since i first put it together, the only thing is the little square things on the end caps fell out a long time ago. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2017 by JFM

  • Good product
Color: 01) Black
Although expensive for several hundreds of dollars, I would buy again (although it would not be my first choice due to cost, but I purchased during COVID pandemic hysteria). As my attached pics show, the bench will lay flat and has various tilting angles, including decline. The seat is wider (for a big butt) than necessary for most, but it does not interfere with exercises. The foot-rest/leg-lock does not remove, and can be awkward to put your leg behind (for decline support) because the gap between the support and the bench frame is close (if you have big calves, it may be painful); the trick seems to be to keep your knees forward past the seat while doing decline. The foot-rest/leg-lock does not interfere with exercises (flat, incline, etc.). It will take 2-hours to put the bench together; not difficult, but if you have a 16mm & 17mm socket wrench, it will speed things up notably. Pieces 31 & 35 (see pic) will not be used; they are back-ups if the frame foot-covers come off (they come already attached to frame). Box also includes a small bottle of touch-up paint for any scratches from shipping, but I did not find any scratches. As shown in one of the attached pics, you will want to take a picture of the hardware board (bolts, washers, etc.) because when you peel off the plastic to access the hardware, the plastic will remove some of the printed part descriptions (you will need to know the part numbers for putting the thing together). Was delivered when promised. (I see no option to attached the pics I mentioned above.) ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020 by Austin Gemini

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