Bowflex Revolution Home Gym - 160000
With more than 100 exercises in more than 400 variations, the Bowflex Revolution Home Gym is designed to work every major body zone while... Read More
With more than 100 exercises in more than 400 variations, the Bowflex Revolution Home Gym is designed to work every major body zone while supporting every workout routine, strength level, and fitness goal in a space-saving design that fits in the corner of most rooms. It's the smoothest, most versatile piece of home gym equipment Bowflex has produced to date, and this refurbished model offers an ideal value. Minimize
Product Review Summary
15 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Dec 12, 2005
The Bowflex Revolution: Better Than the Nautilus and Weider Machines?
Pros: Lots of workouts, flexible, easy to use, plenty of weight, quiet, smooth,
Cons: It is not cheap
I my mind, this is the best effort by Bowflex. The Revolution is an improvement over some very good previous models. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 26, 2006
Revolution? You Better Believe It
Pros: Quality, number of exercises, ease of use.
Well worth the money. Best piece of home gym equipment i have ever used. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 18, 2006
Bowflex Revolution gives a great workout
Pros: smooth,good tention, quiet,easy to change exercises, folds and locks
Cons: pricey, i am previous owner and got discount regular price 2800.00 Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 17, 2008
Pros: Excellent materials and workmanship. Installation instructions are done well.
Cons: Expensive. Look on EBAY for third party vendors first. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 20, 2006
You say you want a Revolution? Bowflex has given you one.
Pros: Literally a revolution in the plate loaded machine line.
Cons: Lack of traditional lat tower and squat station.
Bowflex has come up with a really nice machine for those who like plates but don't want the bulkiness and heaviness of them. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 5, 2009
There are Three Versions Of the Bowflex Revolution
Pros: quality, variation of upper body exercises, quiet, customer service, 10 year warranty
Cons: assembly instructions, assembly itself, leg exercises leave more to be desired
I highly recommend the Bowflex Revolution, though I would recommend the XP or FT versions to save money and space, because the leg exercises are few and poor. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 15, 2007
Aptly named - best in class
Pros: Systematic assembly, high build quality, incredibly versatile, easy to reconfigure, casual to tri-athlete suitability
Cons: Fairly expensive, needs 11'x7', not really returnable, complicated for novices
If you are intermediate to experienced in circuit and resistance training and contemplating home strength systems, order one NOW. You'll be as impressed as I. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 27, 2005
Fantastic Design, Good Workout
Pros: Looks & style, smoothness of machine
Cons: A little big for a 5'6" person
If you have the money and want a single machine for a home gym, the Bowflex Revolution is a great way to go. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 18, 2011
I Joined the Bowflex Revolution And So Should You!
Pros: Great workout, many attachments, 100+ exercises.
Cons: Cost, size, reconfiguration time.
Quality control problems, dependability is questionable.
Gym quality workout and just about any exercise you can imaging minus one (squats), all at home! Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 27, 2006
Pros: Excellent full body workout, wide range of exercises, smooth operation, looks cool
Cons: Effective leg press requires modification to machine, poor exercise documentation, wobbly bench
Very nice machine, with some problems Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 19, 2006
Good product but not excellant, cheap materials
Pros: many exercises with good resistance
Cons: very cheap plastic weights, they chip very easy, the shipping takes 3 weeks,
look around before buying this product, plastic resistance and also the leg press issue, needs improvemant Read More at Epinions.com