PIVOT Foldable & Adjustable Weights Bench


    Built from premium British steel, the PIVOT Foldable and Adjustable Weights Bench is a commercial quality FID (Flat, Incline, Decline) feat of engineering. Its high-grade craftsmanship makes it the first of its kind in a product category that hadn't been taken seriously until now. 

    The PIVOT Bench's unique folding design takes up minimal space to ensure it can be placed flat on the floor and fits neatly under the PIVOT Bed.

    Designed and manufactured in the UK by a team of talented expert engineers, we're confident this is one the best foldable, FID benches on the market. 



    • Foldable down to 222mm high so fits horizontally under the PIVOT Bed perfectly
    • Backrest adjusts into 7 positions – 12° decline, flat, and 15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75° incline
    • Adjustable seat angle
    • Tapered seat and backrest with 50mm firm foam padding
    • Discreet castor wheels within the rear leg allow it to be manoeuvred easily.
    • Commercial quality and tested to commercial standards (100,000 repetitions)
    • Tested to well over 500kgs
    • 200kg maximum *rated* load (user + weights)
    • 32kgs weight
    • Seat height 449 mm / 17.6"

    Dimensions (in millimetres)

    • when open (at widest points) - 1240(L) x 672(W) x 450(H)
    • when folded (including bracket if used) - 1499(L) x 300(W) x 222(H)


    Delivery will be included with your PIVOT Bed. If you aren't ordering a PIVOT Bed with the bench, please contact us so we can arrange shipping fees and delivery.

    An important note on maximum weight ratings

    This bench has been tested to well over 500kg, and with the way the British Safety Standard (BS EN ISO 20957-2013) works this means the manufacturer has rated it to 200kg total weight, including the user. This latter figure may seem relatively low, but note the safety standard is very conservative. It states that the equipment must be able to hold 2.5x the maximum rated weight (200 x 2.5 = 500). There are many flimsy weight benches advertised on the market rated to weights such as 363kg which, if the case, would mean they were tested to 907.5kg. Many are not, so are not comparable.