Power rack advice please...

I'm after a reasonably heavy duty power rack for squat/bench press/lat pulldown/etc. Don't know much about what's good and what's not out there, so any advice from fellow gym-goers would be appreciated. I already have a decent bench to use with it.

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have a look at power house fitness mate they are good and on sale at the moment all depends on your budget. just look really at the maximum weight it can hold and attachments it can have


fleabittenvarmint, reasonable is different for different people.
It might be worth adding some numbers and min/max budget so you get the best advice.

19alexanderson91

have a look at power house fitness mate they are good and on sale at the … have a look at power house fitness mate they are good and on sale at the moment all depends on your budget. just look really at the maximum weight it can hold and attachments it can have


I have made another suggestion for another site to check out which needs to be moderated before it's displayed but I agree with what 19alexanderson91 says as that's what helped me choose my rack. Highest weight for my price and the option for the attachment.

Original Poster

Thanks guys. In terms of price, I was looking around the £200 to £300 mark. I've seen the Gymano one from British Fitness which looks very good value. The same (identical) product appears to be sold under different brand names as well, so it's a little confusing. I don't want to land a lemon! The ones on PowerHouse Fitness look good, and I may go for something pricier as they do 0% finance. Although I really should behave and stick to budget...

take a look at life fitness top qaulity brand.
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