Fringe Sport Flat/Incline/Decline Bench

  • Manufacturer: Fringe Sport
  • Bench Type: Flat/Incline/Decline
  • Adjustment Style: Ladder & Pop-Pin
  • # of Back Adjustments: 7 (0-85 degrees)
  • # of Seat Adjustments: 4 (-15 degree minimum)
  • Flat Bench Height: 18″
  • Pad Dimensions: 11.5″ Wide, 52″ Long, 2.5″ Thick
  • Bench Weight: 70lbs
  • Weight Limit: 1,000lbs
  • Wheels: Yes
  • Tripod Design: Yes
  • Color: Black
  • Made In: Import
  • Warranty: 1 Year

Read below to get a detailed look at the Fringe Sport Flat/Incline/Decline Bench including product details, features, real user feedback, and more.


Fringe Sport Flat/Incline/Decline Bench

The Fringe Sport Flat/Incline/Decline Bench is a basic FID bench with a no-frills spec profile and good, but limited, user reviews.

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Features & Highlights

  • Ladder Design – The Flat/Incline/Decline Bench from Fringe Sport uses a ladder adjustment on the back and a sliding pop-pin adjustment on the seat. The frame is constructed with 2×3 steel and weighs in at 70lbs. Some assembly is required.
  • # of Adjustments – The bench offers 7 back adjustments and 4 seat adjustments for a total of 28 potential adjustment options. The back pad ranges from 0 degrees to 85 and the seat can adjust down to -20 degrees for decline movements.
  • Pad/Seat Gap – The pad gap on this bench is consistent with similar benches at around 3″. While it’s not egregious, it still may be uncomfortable/problematic on flat bench press depending on your height. If you train the flat bench press frequently, it might be a good idea to purchase a dedicated flat bench as a companion.
  • Pad Width – This bench offers a pad width of 11.5″, which is narrower than the more common 12″ width. Ultimately this will come down to personal preference since some users prefer a narrower pad and others prefer a wider option.
  • Weight Limit – Fringe Sport states a weight rating of 1,000lbs on this Bench, which is plenty for virtually anyone. 
  • Not IPF Height – In the flat position, this bench has a height of 18″, which is not within IPF specs (~17.7″ max). If you train for powerlifting specifically, having an IPF-height dedicated flat bench could again be a good thing. Otherwise, 18″ is still a good height for most users to generate ample leg drive.
  • Includes Wheels & Handle – This bench does offer a handle and wheels, which makes it easy to move around.
  • No Upright Storage – There is no built-in vertical storage feature on this bench.

What They’re Saying at

The Fringe Sport Flat/Incline/Decline Bench receives good, but limited feedback from users. With an average rating of 4/5, here are some of the things people have said at


  • “I went with this option for a bench after a lot of back and forth. The bench was pretty straight forward to assemble. You will need multiple wrenches in the same size to assemble. But, it is pretty solidly built.”


  • “The only issue I had with mine was the bracing arm that adjust the angle of the rear bench was a little twisted so the foot of the brace sits a little bit out of alignment on the adjustment ladder. I’m awaiting Customer Services feedback on how to correct this slight misalignment in the components. I do wish the front foot of the bench had some form of a hard rubber pad. Just so the metal doesn’t touch the ground directly.”

Garage Gym Lab Review

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