Trend-Welt Optrekstang, deurkozijn zonder schroeven, multifunctioneel, verstelbare deurrek voor pull-ups, deurstok, rekstang zonder boren, 72-105 cm
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|Gewicht van item||2.65 Pond|
|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||71.5 x 5 x 5 centimeter|
|Aanbevolen maximumgewicht||300 Kilogram|
Over dit item
- Met schuimrubberen handgrepen, geen luchtbellen op de handen
- met transparante zijrubbers, geen sporen op het deurkozijn, stabiele constructie: 37mm stalen buis
- Lengte: 72-105 cm traploos verstelbaar (telescoopstang)
- Met trainingshandleiding, online montagevideo en trainingsvideo
- Incl. metalen houder voor optionele duurzame bevestiging
Vaak samen gekocht
Het originele trend-wereld-deurrek (sinds 2008 al duizenden keren verkocht en jaarlijks verbeterd) van stevig staal is ideaal voor je persoonlijke body-workout. Je kunt met slechts één oefening de volgende spiergroepen versterken: biceps, rug, triceps en buikspieren. Daarbij kan het deurrek eenvoudig in bijna elk deurkozijn worden bevestigd door zijn telescoopmechanisme. Je hebt geen schroeven nodig om het direct te gebruiken. Om ervoor te zorgen dat onze deurrek op je deurkozijn geen vervelende sporen achterlaat, zijn de zijdelingse rubber niet zoals conventioneel zwart, maar transparant. Comfort- en kwaliteitskenmerken * Materiaal: stabiele stalen constructie * Kleur: matzwart * Diameter stang: 30 mm/37 mm * Lengte: tot 100 cm traploos verstelbaar * eenvoudige bediening door telescoopsysteem (zonder te schroeven) * Greeppad voor een goede grip (geen luchtbellen op de handen) * transparante rubber - geen sporen meer op het deurkozijn * max. Belastbaarheid tot 300 kg met montagemateriaal, hoge kwaliteitsstandaard, flexibel inzetbaar, altijd mee te nemen, levering deurrek, Duitse gebruiksaanwijzing, online montage- en trainingsvideo om te downloaden of livestream.
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I used a cloth on each end of the bar to protect the paint on the door frame and it hasn’t made a mark. Some kind of suction cups are provided with the bar but I just ignored them.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE. These are in German only, so let me save you some time and explain how it works. It is a telescopic bar, so the extendable arms at both ends of the bar and require unscrewing (there are arrows to indicate the direction of tightening) until you reach the required length. Once you can fit it in your doorframe snuggly, but not tight, the trick is now to rotate not the telescopic arms, but the central section of the bar itself while the ends of the bar have just enough grip to stay in position while you rotate the central section, which will happen if you place your hands on the grips - this is ingenious and simple. Because the central section is connected to the telescopic arms via a screw thread, naturally you can rotate either part and it will tighten/loosen as applicable. Be sure to adapt your grip to the direction of tightening! Otherwise you mind find you are unwittingly loosening the bar each rep you do. So an overhand grip for pull ups for instance, that should be done so that a downwards rotation tightens the bar. Inversely, and underhand grip for chin-up should be done so that an upwards rotation goes in the direction of tightening. Final safety advice, if you’re trying it out for the first time, wear some safety equipment (bicycle helmet for pull ups in case you pull the bar down on your head), cushioning under yourself in case you fall on your tailbone.
The paint finish is fine, but there are some cheap arrow stickers on it which was a downside. The welding of the end cups is also not that neat for a product of top of the range price bracket, but it works fine when secured with the cups.
Others had claimed that the "cups" were not needed to secure this, well I guess it depends on the doorway you use. The 4 doorways I tested went as follows:
1. cracked wooden frame and damaged paint when tight enough to hold 80Kg person, fell out and went flying when the tension was reduced to prevent frame damage.
2. cracked second wooden doorframe and damaged paint when tight enough to hold 80Kg person.
3. cracked plaster in downstairs doorframe where there were block walls, also damaged paint a little.
4. shed doorframe, no paint, used cups and is solid, but I would have preferred this indoors really. This is now a permanent fixture in the shed which is not as convenient as I hoped, since when it is raining it is not ideal to use.
It slots neatly and securely within my door frame, its high quality, and it has really nice grips to ensure my hands dont blister when doing pullups, which had been a problem with a previous pull-up bar I had used.
It deserves 5 stars, however, there was no instruction manual included, which a couple of other reviewers have also mentioned.
This caused 2 problems:
1. Due to the lack of instructions, initially I tried to install it myself, but this can be unsafe both to the user and it can cause damage to property
2. Ultimately, frustrated , i went back to the amazon product page to find out if anyone else had the same issue - many people did, and fortunately one reviewer had left clear instructions for installation, so I was able to follow these.
NOTE TO THE SELLER - PLEASE INCLUDE AN INSTRUCTION MANUAL WITH THIS KIT.
Firstly I tried to install it in a hallway and ended up putting a hole in the wall (my fault, I know), which showed that it was going to be strong and stable.
I decided then to put it between the door frame at the bottom of some stairs (only logical place it would fit). It worked relatively well for the most part. Me and my flatmates used it daily and even though we are not the heaviest bunch it would loosen each time. After my friend tried it and fell onto the metal steps we had we would make sure it was extra tight every time we used it.
The rubber on one of the sides also wore away after a few weeks of using it.
We owned the bar for two years in the end.
I suspect the people that have fallen have gripped the bar in such a way that the pull up rotates the bar the wrong way as they lift, loosening it from the door frame and detaching it from the wall. Whenever doing exercises make sure that the way you pull will further tighten the bar rather than loosen it. It's a bit worrying that they don't make this clear in the box because it's extremely important to know that but as long as you keep it in mind the bar is safe to use.