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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-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.
- Packaging: Item came delivered in two boxes (well ahead of the estimated delivery date provided by Amazon). Each piece of the rack was individually wrapped in plastic. I did not have any of the small lead balls previously mentioned in another review. Much to my pleasure, the safety bars and the hooks were all chrome so I should not have any issues with paint flaking when removing/reinserting. Kudos to the manufacturer/owner for realising a flaw and correcting it.
- Quality: Material seems top-notch. All welds were good and all holes lined up perfectly for assembly. The safety bars and hooks are solid and heavy. The pullup bar is black, solid, and has sufficient knurling on both ends to allow for a good grip without tearing up your hands.
- Assembly: I assembled most of the rack myself with a combination wrench and a socket. The only time I had assistance was with the upper supports and I probably could have done it myself. No detailed instructions - and they aren't needed. You get an exploded diagram of how everything should fit together along with some assembly pointers and that worked out just fine. Assembly at a leisurely pace took about an hour.
- Design/Construction: This rack uses 12 gauge steel and once assembled, is very solid. I'm 5'11" and 190, and this thing doesn't budge when doing pullups. The rack is plenty wide and offers more than adequate front to back spacing within the rack itself (26" IIRC, unlike the Powerline which is only 24"). If you'll notice in the pictures, the rear lower crossbar where the weight plate holders are is extended out a bit from the frame uprights, which allows you to slide a bench further back for inclines and also allows you to get up under a bar for squats without your toes banging into the lower crossbar. The weight plate holders are in the rear, which could be both a plus and a negative. If you are pressed for space, this may be an issue if you choose to store your weights there. If you have the space, storing your plates on those holders allow for a more stable rack. At least you have the option, since at this price point I've yet to find another rack that offers any sort of built in plate storage. Also, the hole spacing is 2" apart, unlike the 3" for the Powerline and the 2.5" for the Powertec.
Overall, this is an outstanding product for $300 bucks shipped and I have no regrets about this purchase. This rack, combined with a set of bumber plates, a set of rings, and a plyo box will take me a long way.
The rack was easy enough to assemble and, despite the fact that the bolts ripped out of their vacuum packaging in the box, all hardware was present. Instructions consist of one piece of paper with a diagram. I'm fairly handy and I like building stuff so it wasn't a problem. The components are all 12 guage steel, as indicated, and feel nice and heavy. All of the holes lined up properly with minimal burrs. The finish (paint) is not very consistent - glossy in some sections, sandy in others, good amount of chips & scrapes right out of the box. Overall, its a power rack so who really cares about the paint.
The rack, as constructed, seems pretty sturdy; however, I noticed that it wobbles/sways quite a bit, left to right. I find that concerning. Since the rack is set up in my basement, I bought some angle iron at Lowes to attach the top rear corners to the floor joists above. I'm hoping this partially eliminates the lateral movement.
Overall, I think this rack will last for a while but in hindsight I would have invested in a larger/heavier rack.
OCTOBER 2013 update:
I've been using this rack quite a bit over the past 6 months. Can't say I'm using it daily, but its seen a decent amount of wear and appears to be holding up just fine. I also don't lift super heavy weights but I have a lot of confidence in the construction of this rack. I updated the rating to four stars since this rack has ultimately proved to be a great value.
As noted in my original review, I ended up securing the upper rear corners to the exposed, overhead floor joists in my basement using slotted angle iron. I cut the angle iron down to about 18" to 24" pieces which are attached at a 45 deg angle to the joists above, preventing side-to-side motion (wobbling, which was my only concern about this free-standing rack). This modification has taken nearly all of the shimmy out of the rack, although it transfers more noise to the floor above since they are connected. I highly recommend this mod if you have a similar set-up or are concerned about the wobble.
Also, I purchased some galvanized pipe nipple (12" length or so) & caps to make plate holders using the lower rear holes. Also highly recommend.