Pivot Bed transform into a gym

Space Saving and Multi-functional Bed

Murphy beds used to be popular in the 1990's when a  lot of people lived in small apartments. A Murphy bed is a type of bed that is stored vertically against a wall, sometimes in a closet or a cabinet. Some turn into a sofa or a desk when in the upright position. 


The Pivot bed is the first Murphy bed we know of that converts into a gym. It's an incredibly strong bed that can potential make you strong too. Premium S355 grade steel in the construction of the bed with A2 stainless steel nuts, bolts and locking pins. 


Flipping it up to the upright position doesn't require a lot of strength though thanks to 'gas struts' that assist in lifting and lowering the bed.


After the bed is lifted, you can lift up the pull-up bar and lock it in place. Two fold-out arms with telescoping feet make up the power rack. A cross-brace on the rack doubles as an additional pull-up bar. 


You can also install dip bars or attach a smart device on the bed. The dip bars as well as the pull-up bars have a maximum rated user weight of 130 kgs. The power rack will be rated at 500 kg or more. 


There's also enough space under the bed for storing your gym equipment. 

Pros

  • Multi-functional
  • Saves space
  • Cheaper than some normal Murphy beds
  • Space for storing gym equipment under bed
  • Free shipping in the UK, Europe, US, and Canada

Cons

  • Not an in-stock product (Kickstarter project)

Conclusion:

At the asking price of £999 during its kickstarter campaign (33% off retail), the Pivot bed is quite cheap compared to other Murphy beds which typically cost in the $3,000 - $5,000. These other Murphy beds don't even come with a gym. Whether you live in a small apartment or not, the Pivot Bed provides a good alternative to conventional beds or home gyms. 

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