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Bowflex is probably best known for its home gyms. According to their website, “unlike traditional machines, all Bowflex home gyms utilize advanced resistance technology that doesn’t rely on gravity. As a result, Power Rod and SpiraFlex gyms eliminate inertia, making it impossible to ‘cheat’ your way through an exercise while reducing strain on the joints and tendons.”
Bowflex offers the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym and the Bowflex Revolution Home Gym. The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym comes with 210 pounds of resistance and offers over 70 possible exercises while the Bowflex Revolution Home Gym comes with 220 pounds of resistance and offers over 100 possible exercises.
More information on these products is provided below.
Data and ratings accurate as of January 2018
|Bowflex home gyms||Price|
|Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym||$1599|
|Bowflex Revolution Home Gym||$2999|
|Bowflex home gyms||Standard shipping||2-day shipping||Overnight shipping|
|Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym||$170||$429||$469|
|Bowflex Revolution Home Gym||$200||$649||$719|
For the Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym, Bowflex offers a 7-year machine and lifetime power rods guarantee. For the Revolution Home Gym, Bowflex offers a 10-year parts and 90-days labor warranty.
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