Made in the USA with American Steel & Labor
- Seven seat back angles, three seat bottom angles.
- Easily moved about via wheels and handle.
- Chrome plated pop pin cam plates.
- Pad is 10¼ inches wide, and height from floor in horizontal position is 17.5 inches.
The Three-Way Utility Bench needs very little explanation. Is it simple? Yes. Is it plain? Hardly. It adjusts from 0 to 85 degrees quickly and smoothly, and can be rolled about easily with just one hand. Look no further for a bench that sets the standard. Even the seat locks into position for incline work. What are you training? Chest, shoulders, arms, or back? Take a seat on the Three-Way Utility Bench for all this and more.
Built from fully welded three-by-three inch, 11 gauge all steel frame in Knoxville, TN, the 3103 has chrome plated 3/8-inch-thick pop pin plates for smooth adjustments. The pads are a densely padded three inches thick and 10 1/4 inches in width. Just the right size to not get in the way of your shoulder blades for press and fly work, but stable enough for it all. Pad height from the floor in the horizontal position is 17.5 inches. A pair of wheels and a foam rubber grip handle are standard on the Three-Way Utility Bench for quick relocation between exercises.
See it in
- Read The Three-Way Utility Bench: American-Made & Legend Strong, a blog post all about the Three-Way Utility Bench.
- Franklin Road Academy might have as many 3013s as they do state championships.
- Lincoln-Way West High School has a large selection of Three-Way Utility Benches that have been going strong since 2009!
- Blue-on-blue looks good at Millard North High School.
- Franklin County High School chose the Three-Way Utility Bench in Evergreen and Black.
- Oceanside Collegiate Academy has some great-looking 3013s in their space.