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Phase Shoulder Press

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£1,499.99
  • Mimic's natural movement
  • Greater comfort
  • Smaller floor area

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Phase Shoulder Press

Plate Loaded Shoulder Press

The new plate loaded shoulder press to the Kustom Kit range is a piece designed to replicate the natural movement of the shoulders during a pressing movement

Commercial shoulder press

Two pivoting arms are capable of shifting large amounts of weight thanks to it's 4 precision bearings and shafts.


Commercial quality

Like all our commercial gym equipment we use zinc plated weight horns to ensure a long lasting finish.

The adjustable seat makes this shoulder press perfect for a variety of gym members

 

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Length (mm) 1050
Width (mm) 1544
Height (mm) 1350
Weight (kg) 100.0000
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