Atlas Power Rack Squat Deadlift Cage with Bench Racks
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- 1" round solid steel safety and short pins, lock on design and chrome plated. Color- Matte Black
- 28 holes 2" apart for adjustment. The original quality low price rack that others try to copy.
- Made of heavy duty steel- capacity 1000 lbs. FID and Flat Bench now available
- More workout space and features than other racks, compare for yourself.
- NEW: short pegs stronger to handle more weight, long pegs have bar catch on end, limited quantity left till March, 10 Yr. frame warranty.
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This solid well built power rack will help you work out safely and efficiently while performing squats, military press, bench press, curls, shrugs, and more. With a wide walk-in design that offers plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of total body exercises. In addition the rack offers a total of 28 positions, helping it accommodate a ton of different heights and exercises. A chin up bar on top, with light knurling for a good grip, also adds variety. The plate holders in back are great for storage and stability. This power rack makes your routines easy and safe. So get one and take your workouts to the next level. NEW, the long pins are now chrome plated. The bar holder will be chrome plated short pegs as shown in picture. We sell extra short pegs, HD J-Hooks, long safety bars, weight holder, dip, and lat attachments for this rack. Dimensions: See pictures. Front inside opening- 44". Front outside opening- 48". Height- 83". Inside workout space- 26" from inside front to rear. Chin up bar- 1 1/4" diameter with knurling, 80" high, 44" wide. Floor space- 59" x 48". Olympic plate storage holders- 9" to rack. Distance floor to center of bottom hole- 12.5". Response to FAQ1: Some suggestions for numbering, use a magic marker or stick on. We now have flat incline decline bench, flat bench, 45 lb bumper plates available. Please note the rack weighs 137 lbs. The shipping weight listed below is used only for realistic shipping charge calculations. This item ships in 2 boxes via FedEx. When checking tracking on FedEx, please click "2 piece shipment" near top to see progress of both boxes. The rack now comes with stronger short pegs that hold more weight and sit straighter. The long pegs have weight catch on end(check pictures), base more stable. Due to move to a larger warehouse our quantities are limited and will have more stock in March.
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I think production and manufacturing costs have increase since I purchased the rack and in my video I reference a purchase price that might be a little less than what it is currently selling for.
Still a great rack for the money.
EDIT November 2012: Based on some of the more recent comments, it looks like a couple of my "critiques" on the model I reviewed have been addressed. Was a great buy before, now probably an even better buy.
1) The rack is short. I'm 5'10" (average male height) and when doing a standing barbell overhead press, the barbell hits the rack. It is possible for me to press inside the rack if I take a snatch grip and split my feet as wide as possible. When putting the J hooks on the front of the rack, it's somewhat unstable. This isn't a deal breaker as I'm not pressing 200lbs yet, but I can imagine it being a problem for some.
2) The J hooks are poorly made. The weld where the pin was attached is not smoothed out at all and generates a lot of friction and noise when unracking the bar. It's distracting when unracking heavy weights to hit the weld and deal with the jarring motion. A smoother weld would make for a much better lifting experience. Additionally, the j-hooks are bare metal, which isn't great for the barbell's knurling.
3) The chinup bar has really soft knurling. I'd prefer something a bit sharper to help the grip out. The finish is also different from the rest of the rack, and is really slick. The bar is also thicker than most. Great for training grip. Not so great for training pullups.
At $360 shipped, this is a decent buy if the low rack height and bad chinup bar don't bother you. However, those are unacceptable flaws for me, so I'm going to be getting rid of this rack.
Shipping was fast and both packages arrived together; both were undamaged. Assembly was pretty straight forward and took about 1.5hrs. One of the bolts they sent was unusable and I had to run to the hardware store to get a replacement. Not a big deal. I put the entire rack together loosely before going back and tightening each bolt down. Some reviewers mentioned that the new models come with j hooks, but mine came with 2 chrome plated lift offs.
Overall, the rack is very good quality especially considering the price. There was no dimpling of the metal where the holes are drilled out, the welds all appear solid and uniform. All of the holes line up perfectly, and the safeties slide in/out easily without scraping. The rack does not wobble at all while doing kipping pull-ups and the bar is at a very comfortable height (for reference, I am 5’11 185lbs). I am able to put the safeties at the perfect height for all presses/squats so now I can safely perform this lifts alone.
-Tough build. No rocking or wobbling even at heavy weights. Handles the racking of Squat, Benchpress, Military press, etc without any problems.
-Easy to build. Took me only 1/2 hour assembling by myself with only a ratchet + 7mm socket.
-Looks great. The stock pictures doesn't do it justice.
-cheap paintjob which scrapes off with the beatdown of a workout
-pullup bar knurling a little too shallow
-cage a little narrow from front to back. Doesnt give you too much space to walk backwards when unracking for a squat, for example.
Conclusion: You won't find a better power cage below $500.