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nunchaku1986
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2008/05/21 20:03:17 (permalink)
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heres nice little tool

beats screwing holes into your door frame

http://www.powertrainer.co.uk/index.php
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    Cardifflad
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:05:13 (permalink)
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    That's pretty nifty fair play
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:08:52 (permalink)
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    nice find mate, im going to get one.
    been after a chin up bar for ages but i cant really go drilling into the walls at this flat.
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:12:05 (permalink)
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    doesn't look safe. The thing is sliding on the frame when the guy is doing pull-ups.

    Edit: Must be the low quality video. Still don't think it'd be safe on mine as the top is attached to a window.
    post edited by lilbigman - 2008/05/21 20:16:05

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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:13:27 (permalink)
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    no it doesnt...
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:14:45 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: lilbigman

    doesn't look safe. The thing is sliding on the frame when the guy is doing pull-ups.


    It doesn't move once.
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:15:15 (permalink)
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    no way would i use that itll fall off

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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:19:42 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: leerc

    no way would i use that itll fall off


    Not with bodyweight on it won't. As long as you don't try doing circus tricks on it and stick to chins it looks good
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:22:16 (permalink)
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    I have had one of these for the past 2 years, i was at my heaviest of 15 stone and it never budged, it is the most sturdy bar you will find. If you have deep framed doors architrave is it? it may not fit it, only fits on one door in my house so i was very lucky. The way this bar is designed is amazoing it transfers all the weight to the bottom bar that goes across the door which stops it from moving.

    I would not do without mine now. Better than those things you screw in your door.
    post edited by Leecobrasec - 2008/05/21 20:24:36
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:26:11 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Leecobrasec

    I have had one of these for the past 2 years, i was at my heaviest of 15 stone and it never budged, it is the most sturdy bar you will find. If you have deep framed doors architrave is it? it may not fit it, only fits on one door in my house so i was very lucky. The way this bar is designed is amazoing it transfers all the weight to the bottom bar that goes across the door which stops it from moving.

    I would not do without mine now. Better than those things you screw in your door.


    Worth the £30 then mate?
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 20:31:30 (permalink)
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    Without doubt for me anyway, as long as it fits the door you have i think you will be very happy with it.
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    RE: heres nice little tool 2008/05/21 21:41:33 (permalink)
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    Nice bit of kit that..... might just treat myself to one fo those.

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