GYMANO Power Rack with Lat Pull £199 @ BritishFitness/Ebay
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GYMANO Power Rack with Lat Pull £199 @ BritishFitness/Ebay

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Found 22nd Jun 2014
This went over 400 degrees some months ago when it was £225. So at £199.99 its a hot deal.

This squat rack comes with a lat pull attachment which usually makes them very expensive.

Three colors:

Black, Orange or Silver

This heavy duty power rack will enable any user to squat or bench press in complete safety while still being able to max themselves out. Featuring 2 pairs of bar drops for even quicker set up times and the full length completely adjustable safety spotting bars. Once you have maxed out your legs and chest you can move over the pull up bar to work on your back and even try a hanging vertical knee raise. The next stage your workout can take you to the high and low weight plate loaded pulley system using the 2 attachments included and by adding virtually any other attachment available too.

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10 Comments

Heat.

Would love to have room for one.

Thanks for informing us that we should vote this hot.

Whats the Max capacity rating ? was looking at the bodymax cf475 powerrack lately myself.

DexMorgan

Thanks for informing us that we should vote this hot.



Thanks for opening your mouth and removing any doubt

Bought one of these for this price a few months ago.

Haven't tried it anywhere near the max load, as only benching around 100kg, and squatting 130kg (yes, I used to be a curlbro), but I haven't encountered any problems.

The build is decent enough, though it is nowhere near as solid as a gym's commercial standard power racks (if there's no weight on it, you can wiggle the frame about a little). At my level or below, then it's the right piece of kit, but if I was lifting anywhere towards the max load, I'd probably spend the extra and go for one of the Bodymax racks.

GQ Man

Whats the Max capacity rating ? was looking at the bodymax cf475 … Whats the Max capacity rating ? was looking at the bodymax cf475 powerrack lately myself.



225kg / 495lb for both the adjustable catchers and the spotter rails

If I only I had the room in the garage. Don't think my parents would be impressed. lol

Immoraliste

Bought one of these for this price a few months ago.Haven't tried it … Bought one of these for this price a few months ago.Haven't tried it anywhere near the max load, as only benching around 100kg, and squatting 130kg (yes, I used to be a curlbro), but I haven't encountered any problems.The build is decent enough, though it is nowhere near as solid as a gym's commercial standard power racks (if there's no weight on it, you can wiggle the frame about a little). At my level or below, then it's the right piece of kit, but if I was lifting anywhere towards the max load, I'd probably spend the extra and go for one of the Bodymax racks.225kg / 495lb for both the adjustable catchers and the spotter rails



Does it have or is their any option on it for Dip bars etc

I got this beginning of the year and so far its been great. Haven't used in two months due to injury but before that I had 200kg on the catchers and the whole thing seemed stable and didn't move once the weight was unracked and racked again. Never had to use the spotters but unlike other racks they are not too long so I feel like they would be up to the task if I had to use them. The only negative is the squeaking when sliding the bar catchers and safety rails into the holes...god its so annoying like nails on a chalkboard but that's most power racks.

Also any recommendations for a good/cheap adjustable bench ?

GQ Man

Does it have or is their any option on it for Dip bars etc



No dipping bars come with the rack, and as far as I'm aware, none are available.

I'm pretty sure I read in another post somewhere that British Fitness stated that they were looking into the possibility of an attachment for dips being made available, but I haven't seen anything since.
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