P90X 12 Position Grip Door Frame Chin Up Bar
With limited space for another piece of equipment, this door frame bar provides multiple options for a great upper body workout. It can mar the door frame moulding though.
I've had this chin up bar for several years and moved three times with it. It has fit every home/apartment I've been in; it is very sturdy and doesn't leave marks on the door moldings. I was pleasantly surprised at the high quality. My apartments had very different doorframes from the home I lived in and I had no issues with it fitting. I love how easily it goes up and down. I leave mine behind the door and put it up whenever I use it which is almost every day. If I'm not doing pull ups/chin ups on it, then I'm hanging from it to stretch my back and relieve my compressed disks -- feels great!
works well for me
I have had this chin up bar for months and my husband and I love it.
we have a standard size door and have no issues at all.
WISH I COULD GIVE IT ZERO STARS!
I also bought this chin up bar from QVC a while ago, and got it home only to realize it does not fit my door, and I have what I would consider a standard door. Absolutely useless, and believe me, boxing this thing back up was an abosolute pain!
Your door must be perfectly suited, or else...
Sure, this is well made. Sure, it was easy to assemble. Sure, my door is the right width. BUT THEY NEVER MENTIONED THE MOLDING HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS. The video explains nothing. Unless your molding is narrow around the door jamb at the top, this will come no where near to fitting. Make sure you go to a store and see what these are all about before you waste your time like I just did. I am not happy. Plus, the door connector thing they sell (not on QVC) to use the resistance band instead of the chin up bar is junk. Again, make sure you know all of the requirements before you attempt to install one of these. Now I have to box it back up, and we all know how much fun that is...NOT.