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Old 06-17-2015, 04:13 PM
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I wonder how wide a space it will expand to fit. Seems to me the wider the door the better. But it looks ok for front/back of the bag hitting. Probably quite an affordable way to acquire the addiction and easy install for people who don't own the walls they would otherwise be bolting into. Chur bro
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Old 07-29-2015, 04:58 AM
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Hey seaweed man I reckon it will cost over $ 250.00 before it lands in Australia or New Zealand. Shipping is more expensive than the actual goods.
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Old 07-29-2015, 05:49 AM
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Hey seaweed man I reckon it will cost over $ 250.00 before it lands in Australia or New Zealand. Shipping is more expensive than the actual goods.
Freight costs are a pain in the bagside alright.
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Old 07-29-2015, 08:32 AM
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I wonder how wide a space it will expand to fit. Seems to me the wider the door the better. But it looks ok for front/back of the bag hitting. Probably quite an affordable way to acquire the addiction and easy install for people who don't own the walls they would otherwise be bolting into. Chur bro

It's made to fit a standard 30inch door, but in this picture the door is wider and the strips (Jambs) inside the door are also wider - so he had to put the side clamps long ways instead of fitting over the door jams. Also the top should lock over the top jamb but it was also too wide.

John Reynolds, who designed and created the speed demon made some pretty good suggestions to him that will make it better and more adaptable to different doors.

it hit pretty solid actually.

(stay tuned.... there is also another portable speed bag being developed that will also be ingenious and rock solid. still under wraps at this time but perhaps by the next gathering it will be ready for prime time.)
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Old 07-29-2015, 09:00 AM
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Hey MikeDugan535 and all forum members on this thread . I have one of the ReaShape (Elite Portable Fitness Equipment) Speedbag Platform at home (ready to take on the next work road trip). I was introduced to Chris R. REA (the inventor of the portable unit) at SpeedBag6 by Alan Kahn. Alan took the time to talk to Chris so he could bring the platform to Speedbag6 and let him know that some forum members travel for work ( like me thanks Alan) and would be very interested in a portable speedbag platform. Chris took my information and personality brought the ReaShape platform to my house. He showed me how to set it up and came by the next day to see how i like it and wanted to see a small demonstration. Chris let me know there is a few more accessories he will be dropping off. one more adjustment bar that allows the platform to set up lower than the top of the door frame (for shorter people) it also doubles up as a bar that fits in the bottom of the door frame for a double end bag. I will be doing a video review of the Platform for setting up and a little Bible style speedbagging if time allows i will try to get it done today after work. I personally think it is a good platform for anyone that travels or does not have a place to set up a station at home or in an apartment


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Old 07-29-2015, 09:21 AM
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Hey guys Mike here, I posted earlier maybe in the wrong section, I saw this ad on the internet and a clip of the guy hitting it, its a portable speedbag that doubles as a pull up bar that fits into a doorway. Anyone see or know about it?
The doorway drum was at speed bag 6
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Old 08-06-2015, 06:57 AM
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Can you post the video or link to it, if it's stable enough many people in rental apartments can use it, but it has to be stable.
Hey Champ good point its stable and quiet because its not made from wood but rather composite with a patented stabilizer
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:00 AM
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Hey MikeDugan535 and all forum members on this thread . I have one of the ReaShape (Elite Portable Fitness Equipment) Speedbag Platform at home (ready to take on the next work road trip). I was introduced to Chris R. REA (the inventor of the portable unit) at SpeedBag6 by Alan Kahn. Alan took the time to talk to Chris so he could bring the platform to Speedbag6 and let him know that some forum members travel for work ( like me thanks Alan) and would be very interested in a portable speedbag platform. Chris took my information and personality brought the ReaShape platform to my house. He showed me how to set it up and came by the next day to see how i like it and wanted to see a small demonstration. Chris let me know there is a few more accessories he will be dropping off. one more adjustment bar that allows the platform to set up lower than the top of the door frame (for shorter people) it also doubles up as a bar that fits in the bottom of the door frame for a double end bag. I will be doing a video review of the Platform for setting up and a little Bible style speedbagging if time allows i will try to get it done today after work. I personally think it is a good platform for anyone that travels or does not have a place to set up a station at home or in an apartment


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Thanks Mario for your support and remember that 24/7/365 I will back up and guarantee the EZspeedbag I am ready when you are to drop off the height adjuster. Thanks Mario and thankms to Ed too.
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:08 AM
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It's made to fit a standard 30inch door, but in this picture the door is wider and the strips (Jambs) inside the door are also wider - so he had to put the side clamps long ways instead of fitting over the door jams. Also the top should lock over the top jamb but it was also too wide.

John Reynolds, who designed and created the speed demon made some pretty good suggestions to him that will make it better and more adaptable to different doors.

it hit pretty solid actually.

(stay tuned.... there is also another portable speed bag being developed that will also be ingenious and rock solid. still under wraps at this time but perhaps by the next gathering it will be ready for prime time.)
Hi Alan and thanks for the props and any and all suggestions are very much appreciated because you are the expert. I sent yours and will email you the installation manual and would appreciate if you can do a video on its easy install thanks Alan and its truly my honor
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