Power Systems – Home work out equipment

In this review we’ll look at Power Systems home workout equipment.


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Power Systems have been around since 1986 and provide ‘Fitness and performance products for professional settings and home gyms’. From them you can get anything from just a set of dumbbells or resistance bands all the way up to having them design you’re whole home gym, or even design a gym with workouts if you own one.

Pro’s:

  • Huge selection of equipment to chose. From yoga mats, dumbbells, barbells, resistance bands, workout benches, exercise bikes, battle ropes, medicine balls, the list goes on
  • Good quality
  • Established brand
  • Competitively priced
  • Accessories to go with the equipment

Con’s:

  • Issues with shipping and stock at present (possibly due to demand since COVID-19)
  • Customer service needs improving

Overall Verdict:

Power Systems have been around a while now and offer some very good options for home gym equipment at reasonable prices. They have some of their own products but also from elsewhere. There have been several complaints over the last year but these are virtually all to do with delayed shipping or stock issues (indicating something is in stock when it isn’t) and subsequent customer care. They do also have some quite innovative equipment like the KayZen Vector 45, 60 or GX (a tube with resistance bands inside which you can then alter the tension, you can then add different attachments to the end). For starting out with some home gym equipment or building your own home gym, Power Systems can offer it all. They would get a higher rating if it wasn’t for the current stock, shipping and customer care issues.

4/5