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Please note this is now a new design (Please see 3D Model)
The Reactor 45 degree leg press is a well constructed tough piece of commercial gym equipment designed to carry any load you can throw at it
Running smoothly on huge 50mm rails with 4 high quality linear bearings this 45 degree leg press is built to carry upwards of 1 ton of weight with each of the super strong linear bearings having a 400kg limit.
Leg press foot plates are often too small to be able to place your feet in a wide stance position however the Reactor Leg Press features a huge 1 meter wide plate weighing over 35kg alone
The custom upholstered back rest offers a large base increasing the stability during the biggest of sets measuring over 500mm wide with a solid steel backing plate.
Unlike most other models of commercial leg press which have a twisting locking mechanism the reactor leg press has a pivoting arm which unlocks as soon as the foot plate is pushed. To lock the foot plate back in place simply push the handles down and lock into place.
With five zinc plated weight horns there is ample room to load as many plates as you need and with the option of adding additional band pegs you can add dynamic resistance or assistance to the movement as well
Unlike other cheaper models of leg press which are welded in one piece we have manufactured ours to be easily dismantled to help with moving your gym equipment up stairs and through narrow doorways.
The Insignia V5 commercial gym bench
This bench was requested due to the numerous other combination benches that were previously bought from Kustom Kit. All of the Kustom kit is second to none for value, price and durability. This specific bench has everything required for the general gym user with the added safety when the ability for spotters is not there. Its a very good piece of kit, my only criticism would be the stands in which the barbell sits. This is at times difficult to un-rack due to the shape and feature of this which ...
(Posted on 9 June 2017)