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Bowflex 410-Pound Rod Upgrade

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Amazon Price: $99.00 $91.14 You save: $7.86 (8%). (as of May 22, 2018 3:33 pm - Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Bowflex 410 lb. Rod Upgrade allows an upgrade select Bowflex Gyms from 310 to 410 lbs. Designed for use on the Bowflex Ultimate/Ultimate 2, Bowflex Motivator, Bowflex Xtreme/Xtreme 2, Bowflex Sport, Bowflex Blaze and Bowflex Power Pro. Prior upgrade from 210 to 310 lbs. is required for Bowflex Motivator, Bowflex Xtreme/Xtreme 2, Bowflex Blaze, and Bowflex Sport models.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000F5K9M4
  • Item model number: 10071

Customer Reviews

Easy to install. 310 upgrade not necessary before purchase

 on October 20, 2013
By meow
Installation was a snap literally. I just attached it to the jigsaw piece at the back of the PowerRod box on my BowFlex Blaze. It came with hardware to secure it but I chose not to because it is secure as it is. Also, it is not necessary to get the 310# upgrade before this purchase because the 310 upgrade comes with 2 50# nylon sticks that screws in the front of the PowerRod. This just latches to the jigsaw piece at the back.

No Problems

 on July 8, 2017
By DawgBone
There have been several recent reviews complaining about broken resistance rods. With fear and trepidation, I went ahead and ordered both the 310 lbs. and 410 lbs. upgrades for my BowFlex Blaze.

Use in place of 310 upgrade. Works great!

 on October 28, 2016
By Sourdough Baker
As others suggested, I took them off the included block and just put them into the empty slots on my PR3000. They are cheaper than the 310 upgrade and work great so far. Many complained about snapping the rods so I only bent them part way the first day, a little more the next and by the fourth day I just used as normal. Not sure if it helped but they have not broken and work fine. I do notice they are stronger than my original 50s and I didn't get them that long ago. Happy now that I can't bench the entire set.

Have been using these for two months and they are working fine

 on March 20, 2018
By Dale B.
After reading other reviews, I was hesitant to purchase these. However, my machine had to be upgraded to provide me the most benefit, so I ultimately decided to trust Amazon’s and Bow Flex’s return policy and ordered them. With several reviews mentioning snapping of the rods, I decided to wait a while before adding my review. I have been using these every day for the past two months and have not had any problem with them. I did notice the directions state not to use the rods by themselves. I don’t know if that is because of the rods or the adapter that attaches to the existing rack. The adapter doesn’t matter to me, as I purchased the 410 pound set simply because they were cheaper than the 310 pound set. I took the rods out of the adapter piece and just added them to the existing holes in my rack. Also, the exercises I do on my machine do not require the rods to bend all the way to the pullys do I am not drastically bending my rods. I don’t know if that makes my rods less susceptible to breaking or not. As others have stated, these rods are stiffer than my existing 50# rods, however my machine is six years old and I expected that. Overall, I am happy with my purchase.

Easy install - proof that the rods degrade significantly over time

 on July 11, 2013
By Tom
I started using my SEVEN YEAR OLD Bowflex Sport again after not doing so for 2 or 3 years. Suddenly, I could bench the entire 310 pounds 20 or more times!!! Hercules at 53!!!! Of course, I needed more weight and so ordered this upgrade to 410. The new 50lb rods plus two of the old 50lb rods give about the same resistance as using all 310lb of the old rods.

Bowflex 410 Pound Rod Upgrade

 on April 30, 2017
By Hutch
Everything fit and worked perfectly. Just so you know, these are different from the 310 lb upgrade, having the bracket attachment needed to fit the machine. So, if you have 310 lb and wonder if you can buy just another 310 lb upgrade, the answer is no.
Everything fit and worked perfectly. Just so you know, these are different from the 310 lb upgrade, having the bracket attachment needed to fit the machine. So, if you have 310 lb and wonder if you can buy just another 310 lb upgrade, the answer is no.

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