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|Frame: 3 years
Parts: 90 days
The Stamina 65-1460 is one of the power towers released in 2013. It’s a pretty standard power tower without a backrest but with base bars that allow the execution of sit-ups and push-ups. Also, as opposed to other power towers that we’ve covered here, such as the Soozier B1-0110, for example, this one can be used outdoors.
Key Features and Specifications
- Assembled dimensions: 49L x 50W x 81H inches (124 x 127 x 206 cm)
- Assembled weight: 88 lbs (40 kg)
- Weight capacity: 300 lbs (136 kg)
- Possible exercises: 20+
- Warranty: Frame 3 years / Parts 90 days
The Stamina power tower 65-1460 features a durable frame made of cylindrical steel tubing so you can easily grip any of its sections. It is double-coated with a paint finish highly resistant to corrosion and abrasion. This being said, you can install and use it outside with no problem as it should withstand rust or weather damage for many years. The color used for the paint finish is green, this being the only color available for this model.
The tower doesn’t have a super large footprint. It measures 49″ (124 cm) in length, and 50″ (127 cm) in width, so it doesn’t take too much space. However, it is recommended to allow at least two feet of clearance on each side of it, and at least three feet of clearance at its front and rear, so you can execute push-ups and sit-ups correctly.
The unit’s height is approx. 81″ (206 cm). This being said, it should fit in a room with a 7-foot (213 cm). However, if you’re going to use it indoors, it is recommended to place and use it in a room with at least an 8-foot (243 cm), in order to have plenty of head room when doing pull-ups or push-ups, or even more for muscle-ups.
The fully assembled tower is pretty stable. Although it may wobble a bit during muscle pull-ups, it should withstand any type of exercise it’s made for. Plus, it has anchor points for concrete on its base bars, so you can always secure it if you think it’s necessary.
This Stamina power tower is rated for a maximum weight limit of 300 lbs (136 kg). This being said, if you weigh less than that, you should be able to perform weighted pull-ups or dips without a problem.
The Stamina Outdoor Power Tower 65-1460 features four workout stations. These are:
Pull-up station. This workout station consists of a standard straight bar with curved side grips. The distance between the side grips is approx. 50″ (127 cm). The pull-up bar does not have extra grips for parallel grip pull-ups or chin-ups, like the Women’s Health Men’s Health 1866 tower, for example. It also doesn’t have PVC foam grip covers and the machine does not include ab straps or ball grips like the Stamina X Fortress tower.
Dip station. The Stamina 65-1460 power tower includes two small handles for dip exercises. These attach to the upright bars of the tower a bit above their half. The distance between them is approx. 25″ (63.5 cm). Again, they do not have any foam grip covers, just the paint finish like the rest of the frame. It’s also important to mention that this power tower does not have a backrest for the dip station.
Push-up station. The base assembly of the Stamina Outdoor power tower features two extra bars at the front which offer the possibility to perform parallel grip push-ups or oblique parallel grip push-ups. Their lower, straight grips stand at approx. 8″ (20 cm) above the floor.
Sit-up station. This power tower includes an extra straight bar that can be attached to the two upright pillars near their base. These can serve as foot stoppers for sit-up exercises. You can also perform standard grip push-ups on it.
The Stamina 65-1460 Outdoor Power Tower offers the possibility to execute more than 20 exercises. The list includes:
- Wide grip pull-ups
- Muscle pull-ups
- Behind head pull-ups
- Around the world pull-ups
- One-arm pull-ups
- Weighted pull-ups
- Close grip chin-ups
- Wide grip chin-ups
- One hand chin-ups
- Weighted chin-ups
- Weighted dips
- Band-resisted dips
- Dip to leg raise
- Side-to-side dips
- Gironda dips
- Reverse Gironda dips
- Leg raises
- Knee raises
- Hanging knee raises
- Hanging leg raises
- Parallel grip push-ups
- Oblique grip push-ups
- … and more
Assembly and Maintenance
This Stamina power tower has a pretty simple construction and its assembly is far from complicated. You’ll basically have to put together the base first, add the two upright pillars, close the frame at the top with the pull-up bar, and add the dip handles. This shouldn’t take more than an hour of your time. The manual provides clear assembly instructions with attached schematics. An L-type Torx Wrench is also included.
Once the tower is assembled, you don’t have to worry too much about maintenance. If it’s kept outside and it catches dirt, cleaning it from time to time may be necessary.
- Sturdy frame – can support loads up to 300 lbs;
- High-grade paint finish for outdoor use;
- Anchor points on the base bars for attaching it to the floor or pavement;
- Four workout stations – pull-up, dip, push-up, and sit-up;
- More than 20 exercises available;
- Fairly easy to assemble;
- L-type Torx Wrench for assembly is included;
- Little maintenance required;
- Excellent warranty.
- No backrest for the dip station;
- No parallel grips on the pull-up station.
The Stamina 65-1460 is a power tower made for indoor and outdoor use. It has four main workout stations for the execution of pull-ups, dips & leg raises, sit-ups, and push-ups. It offers the possibility to perform more than 20 exercises and their variations. It’s a pretty sturdy power tower, great for users of all levels, offering excellent value for the price.