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Century Powerline Wavemaster Standing Training Bag

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Century Powerline Wavemaster Standing Training Bag Best Buy

Product By Century
(6 customers reviews)

Technical Details

  • Easy to Reach Cap. Twice as Many Height Adjustment Options - Was Four Now Eight.
  • Polyethylene base fills with sand or water and is rounded for easy roll relocation.
  • Approximately 270 lbs when filled.
  • Available in Red, Black or Blue. Bag Size: 17-1/2 inches dia. X 26 inches tall. Base Diameter: 24 inches
  • US shipping only. Sorry, No po boxes or APO's

Product Description

Vinyl covers twice as much high density foam as the original Wavemaster. Eight height adjustments from 47 inches to 68 inches. Base fills with sand or water and is rounded for easy roll relocation. Weighs approximately 270 lbs when filled

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Customer Reviews

"great product!!! " 2009-01-06
By W. Chin (usa)
definitelyl a good product. I use it for krav maga training and it is definitely a work out. I filled the base with water oppose to sand. The bag is made well with foam inside to kick and punch as hard as you can. The only thing is that the base will slide, so I put a small area rug under it. This seems to helps keep bottom from being damaged and the sliding noise to a minimum. The fact that I did not have to hang the bag and need someone to hold it is why I would recommend this to friends. The height udjustment of the bag is great. It is not really portable, so be sure to have some area to keep/use it as you would and hanging bag.

"Powerline Wavemaster Review" 2008-04-21
By Electric Blue (South East)
I started cardio kickboxing this spring, and they use the Powerline Wavemasters for more than half of the class time. I couldn't get enough. I had to order one for myself to use at home during my "off" days. I ordered mine straight through Centruy and it is awesome. Even in class, on padded mats, the bags will move around as you work on them. So I also recommend the "shadow boxing" technique where you move around the bag as you work out. This is only for thoes of us who "go at it 100 miles an hour" because there are some ladies in my class who never move the bag at all from punches or kicks. For my home model, I have it on carpet, and I went and purchased a sheet of that non slip grip rubber material and put it under mine. Works great keeping it in one place.

"Nice!" 2008-03-02
By E. Kats (Brooklyn, NY United States)
Great bag for recreational boxing, great design as pictured. Easiest way to fill is by using a hose... otherwise it takes a while. It DOES wobble when you punch it even slightly... if there are no neighbours underneath then knock yourselves out... but in my case it's a problem! I prefer when a sparring partner holds the bag... otherwise I do more shadow boxing around it.

"Wavemaster - should be more stable" 2008-01-08
By Brian Woolridge
Overall a good work-out companion. Needs to be more stable. Filled with water the wavemaster moved around all over the place. Filled with sand it stays in place a bit more. Filled with sand it moves slightly with my punches. Kicks forget it...unless up against a wall

"bag" 2008-01-07
By Renee' (Missouri USA)
my son has taken up martial arts and instead of punching me he uses this bag it is great.

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