Reviews

Our customers are our number one priority here at Gym and Fitness, which is why we make it our mission to give you the best experience possible. But don't just take our word for it, see what our customers are saying about us!

Based on 4020 reviews
79%
(3166)
16%
(636)
5%
(188)
0%
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Perfect Service & Quick Delivery
Pretty good
Rack is great, store is not đź‘Ž
Core trainer attatchment
Pretty good
Deadlift Bar
Just like the Eleiko WL bar
SOLID
Great Product - Quick Delivery
Solid and easy to move rower!
Gym flooring
Easy to install
Increase of prices
Hi Nicholas, we realise this is not ideal and from the outside could look extremely poor, so we wanted to share with you the reasons for these price increases. Reviewing pricing across our broad range of products is something that is constantly discussed and reviewed. During 2020 there have been significant impacts on our business with the recent price increases boiling down to 3 key reasons: 1) Labour Costs Due to an unprecedented amount of orders and the load on our current workforce, we have had the privilege of hiring 14x additional workers to help get orders out and keep our team healthy. In addition to this our warehouse has moved to 24-hour around the clock shifts, resulting in some serious overtime. Whilst we are thankful to be in an industry where we can help with the current employment situation, this has significantly increased our overheads. 2) AUD Currency Drop During the past few months, we have been maintaining our pricing based on rates being a lot stronger than they currently are and hadn't updated this for over a year. We have seen a steep devaluation of the AUD in the past week, plummeting to all-time lows of AUD$0.57. This 18% sudden plunge in the AUD has had a major impact on our landed costings. In a normal scenario, these costs would be adjusted gradually as new containers are ordered from China, but with the current demand, we have had to place orders for 6 months worth of containers in one go, at an incredibly poor-performing AUD. 3) China Manufacturing Delay Due to Covid-19 we have seen manufacturing shut-downs throughout China at the start of the year, which whilst now easing, has driven up material costs and demand across the board. The increase in manufacturing demand has brought with it an increase in our costs of goods while the factories are scrambling to get through their backlog. Whilst we have tried to absorb much of the costs as possible - we also need to ensure we are viable for the tough economic times ahead. We appreciate your understanding and please know that these added costs ensure we will be able to keep delivering our services to the Australian public and maintain the employment of all our staff over the coming months.
Great product
Hi Justin, your review was not taken down (scroll down 2 reviews). We thank you for raising the price increases as we used your review as a way of explaining the legitamte reasons behind the price increases. Regards, Gym and Fitness team.
Price increase
Hi Covid, we realise this is not ideal and from the outside could look extremely poor, so we wanted to share with you the reasons for these price increases. Reviewing pricing across our broad range of products is something that is constantly discussed and reviewed. During 2020 there have been significant impacts on our business with the recent price increases boiling down to 3 key reasons: 1) Labour Costs Due to an unprecedented amount of orders and the load on our current workforce, we have had the privilege of hiring 14x additional workers to help get orders out and keep our team healthy. In addition to this our warehouse has moved to 24-hour around the clock shifts, resulting in some serious overtime. Whilst we are thankful to be in an industry where we can help with the current employment situation, this has significantly increased our overheads. 2) AUD Currency Drop During the past few months, we have been maintaining our pricing based on rates being a lot stronger than they currently are and hadn't updated this for over a year. We have seen a steep devaluation of the AUD in the past week, plummeting to all-time lows of AUD$0.57. This 18% sudden plunge in the AUD has had a major impact on our landed costings. In a normal scenario, these costs would be adjusted gradually as new containers are ordered from China, but with the current demand, we have had to place orders for 6 months worth of containers in one go, at an incredibly poor-performing AUD. 3) China Manufacturing Delay Due to Covid-19 we have seen manufacturing shut-downs throughout China at the start of the year, which whilst now easing, has driven up material costs and demand across the board. The increase in manufacturing demand has brought with it an increase in our costs of goods while the factories are scrambling to get through their backlog. Whilst we have tried to absorb much of the costs as possible - we also need to ensure we are viable for the tough economic times ahead. We appreciate your understanding and please know that these added costs ensure we will be able to keep delivering our services to the Australian public and maintain the employment of all our staff over the coming months.
Great service so far
They delete bad reviews !
Hi Ollie, We removed your 5 star review, because we have already answered the question in the very next review on this page (which we left published for all to read). We are happy however to repeat our answer here for you too: We realise this is not ideal and from the outside could look extremely poor, so we wanted to share with you the reasons for these price increases. Reviewing pricing across our broad range of products is something that is constantly discussed and reviewed. During 2020 there have been significant impacts on our business with the recent price increases boiling down to 3 key reasons: 1) Labour Costs Due to an unprecedented amount of orders and the load on our current workforce, we have had the privilege of hiring 14x additional workers to help get orders out and keep our team healthy. In addition to this our warehouse has moved to 24-hour around the clock shifts, resulting in some serious overtime. Whilst we are thankful to be in an industry where we can help with the current employment situation, this has significantly increased our overheads. 2) AUD Currency Drop During the past few months, we have been maintaining our pricing based on rates being a lot stronger than they currently are and hadn't updated this for over a year. We have seen a steep devaluation of the AUD in the past week, plummeting to all-time lows of AUD$0.57. This 18% sudden plunge in the AUD has had a major impact on our landed costings. In a normal scenario, these costs would be adjusted gradually as new containers are ordered from China, but with the current demand, we have had to place orders for 6 months worth of containers in one go, at an incredibly poor-performing AUD. 3) China Manufacturing Delay Due to Covid-19 we have seen manufacturing shut-downs throughout China at the start of the year, which whilst now easing, has driven up material costs and demand across the board. The increase in manufacturing demand has brought with it an increase in our costs of goods while the factories are scrambling to get through their backlog. Whilst we have tried to absorb much of the costs as possible - we also need to ensure we are viable for the tough economic times ahead. We appreciate your understanding and please know that these added costs ensure we will be able to keep delivering our services to the Australian public and maintain the employment of all our staff over the coming months.
Ripping off people

Hi Justin, we realise this is not ideal and from the outside could look extremely poor, so we wanted to share with you the reasons for these price increases. Reviewing pricing across our broad range of products is something that is constantly discussed and reviewed. During 2020 there have been significant impacts on our business with the recent price increases boiling down to 3 key reasons:

1) Labour Costs

Due to an unprecedented amount of orders and the load on our current workforce, we have had the privilege of hiring 14x additional workers to help get orders out and keep our team healthy. In addition to this our warehouse has moved to 24-hour around the clock shifts, resulting in some serious overtime. Whilst we are thankful to be in an industry where we can help with the current employment situation, this has significantly increased our overheads.

2) AUD Currency Drop

During the past few months, we have been maintaining our pricing based on rates being a lot stronger than they currently are and hadn't updated this for over a year. We have seen a steep devaluation of the AUD in the past week, plummeting to all-time lows of AUD$0.57. This 18% sudden plunge in the AUD has had a major impact on our landed costings. In a normal scenario, these costs would be adjusted gradually as new containers are ordered from China, but with the current demand, we have had to place orders for 6 months worth of containers in one go, at an incredibly poor-performing AUD.

3) China Manufacturing Delay

Due to Covid-19 we have seen manufacturing shut-downs throughout China at the start of the year, which whilst now easing, has driven up material costs and demand across the board. The increase in manufacturing demand has brought with it an increase in our costs of goods while the factories are scrambling to get through their backlog.

Whilst we have tried to absorb much of the costs as possible - we also need to ensure we are viable for the tough economic times ahead. We appreciate your understanding and please know that these added costs ensure we will be able to keep delivering our services to the Australian public and maintain the employment of all our staff over the coming months