Universal Decline Bench
Universal Decline Bench is a cheap and relatively small, entry-level, decline bench suitable for abs workouts.
It takes little space but also has a very small user weight limit - only 200 pounds.
Updated: March 10, 2023.
Universal Decline Bench Features
Universal Decline Bench is a freestanding decline bench that offers a wide variety of core workouts, including various sit-ups, twists, etc.
The bench allows the user to choose from two decline positions. Also, eight-inch padded foam rollers keep feet comfortably and safely in place.
The physical dimensions of the Universal Decline Bench are (W x H x D) 17 x 23 x 45 inches (43 x 58 x 114 cm) with a 200-pound maximum user weight.
Universal Decline Bench is a relatively small workout bench with an approximate 6' or 183 cm user height limit - even that is considered "optimistic."
The width is acceptable, and the bench is stable, but a little bit wider levelers would be nice. Also, the bench is very comfortable to use.
For more reviews and recommendations, feel free to follow link Universal Decline Bench Amazon link (the link opens in the new window).
Note: Although relatively popular among users who don't need heavy-duty workout decline bench, the Universal Decline Bench has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
If You are looking for a workout bench for your home gym, consider a very popular, affordable, but nonetheless, very robust FLYBIRD Adjustable Weight Bench, Model 149 (Amazon link, opens in the new window), which features three seat positions, 8 backrest positions, 2 foot pads positions and support up to 800(!) pounds (~362 kg).
Of course, there are many other adjustable weight benches that can fit any home gym, just be sure to choose according to your own needs and preferences.