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Squat Stands - Black

Original price €190.00 - Original price €190.00
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€190.00
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Current price €159.66 Excl. Tax
SKU SQUATSTAND-BLACK
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Adjustable squat stands. Rated to 250kg, and adjustable both in width and in height, they offer great value for money and are built to last. Also with dip handles on the uprights.

Approximate Dimensions:

Height from floor to Bar Holder surface - Adjustable from 109cm - 167cm
Total Height from floor to top of Bar Holder - 116cm - 183cm

Total width - 121cm

Width between uprights - Adjustable from 38cm - 112cm (same width for Bar Holders/Dip Handles)

Depth - 66cm

Tube size - Outer Tube 50mm
Inner Tube 45mm

Steel Thickness - 2.5mm

Dip Handles - 16 cm long, 32 mm diameter

*Bar and plates not included

Strengthshop original squat stands.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Samuli L.
Great rack for a great price

I have the same two minor complaints as Dave. Can't use for bench press and the rubber on bar holders is kinda just bad. It crumbles and makes a bit of a mess. Nothing you can't live with tho, you can obviously replace the piece if you want.

Other than that, hard to find anything bad to say. I regularly use the rack for dips too. The holes in the stand are a bit too wide for my dip width, so one side is in secured in the hole but the other one needs to come closer, so it's not "locked in". AKA the hole adjustments are not narrow enough for me. Still works great and haven't had a problem with that, it still stays in place with my little weights.

I'm around 175cm and the rack is sturdy enough for squats and overhead press. Obviously it has not been designed to crash 200kg into them. The rack is easy to take down, if you need to get it out of sight. Overall, just a great product for me, since I don't do bench press anyway. However, I have to take one star away because of that, small detail that could've been worked out. Obviously would've been a bit less stable for long person squats.

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HAMDI L. (Belgium)
Excellent quality

Stable, very good quality, best piece of equipment to buy, money well spent

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Dave (Denmark)
So close to tiny gym greatness

It’s a good quality rack at a super low price, and comes apart in under a minute to take up a tiny amount of space. I’m almost in love with it, if not for two shortcomings:

1. The rubber covers on the bar rests are glued on with a pretty weak glue that had already started to peel by the time I took it out of the box. Easily fixable, but annoying on a brand new rack. I also have concerns about how rubber will age vs the hard UHMW plastic that is standard on most racks.

2. You can’t use this rack for bench press. I’m 187cm and the bar rests are just a little too high to reach with a regular or wider grip. I can sneak the bar over it with a close grip, but not by enough of a margin that I would be confident grinding out a heavy rep on this.

I get that it’s primarily designed for Olympic lifting, and oly lifters don’t bench, but if it were just a couple centimeters shorter or had a second lower set of bar catches it would be workable and add a lot of utility for people who just want a tiny home gym that stores away in a closet.

But there is a lot to love about this rack:

It’s very solidly built while still being lightweight and portable, and can be broken down and stored away super easily. When disassembled, it’s tiny. If you’re looking for the smallest possible space commitment in a squat rack, this is it.

I use it in addition to my permanent indoor rack for outdoor workouts on nice days, and it’s perfect for that... as long as it’s not bench day. I’m planning on having a smith add a set of lower bar catches, and will replace the rubber with some cheap UHMW I got online. Then this rack will be everything I hoped for.

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Emmanuelle O.

Thé stand is too high for bench press. Few holes more will be great.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
25%
(1)
75%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Samuli L.
Great rack for a great price

I have the same two minor complaints as Dave. Can't use for bench press and the rubber on bar holders is kinda just bad. It crumbles and makes a bit of a mess. Nothing you can't live with tho, you can obviously replace the piece if you want.

Other than that, hard to find anything bad to say. I regularly use the rack for dips too. The holes in the stand are a bit too wide for my dip width, so one side is in secured in the hole but the other one needs to come closer, so it's not "locked in". AKA the hole adjustments are not narrow enough for me. Still works great and haven't had a problem with that, it still stays in place with my little weights.

I'm around 175cm and the rack is sturdy enough for squats and overhead press. Obviously it has not been designed to crash 200kg into them. The rack is easy to take down, if you need to get it out of sight. Overall, just a great product for me, since I don't do bench press anyway. However, I have to take one star away because of that, small detail that could've been worked out. Obviously would've been a bit less stable for long person squats.

H
HAMDI L. (Belgium)
Excellent quality

Stable, very good quality, best piece of equipment to buy, money well spent

D
Dave (Denmark)
So close to tiny gym greatness

It’s a good quality rack at a super low price, and comes apart in under a minute to take up a tiny amount of space. I’m almost in love with it, if not for two shortcomings:

1. The rubber covers on the bar rests are glued on with a pretty weak glue that had already started to peel by the time I took it out of the box. Easily fixable, but annoying on a brand new rack. I also have concerns about how rubber will age vs the hard UHMW plastic that is standard on most racks.

2. You can’t use this rack for bench press. I’m 187cm and the bar rests are just a little too high to reach with a regular or wider grip. I can sneak the bar over it with a close grip, but not by enough of a margin that I would be confident grinding out a heavy rep on this.

I get that it’s primarily designed for Olympic lifting, and oly lifters don’t bench, but if it were just a couple centimeters shorter or had a second lower set of bar catches it would be workable and add a lot of utility for people who just want a tiny home gym that stores away in a closet.

But there is a lot to love about this rack:

It’s very solidly built while still being lightweight and portable, and can be broken down and stored away super easily. When disassembled, it’s tiny. If you’re looking for the smallest possible space commitment in a squat rack, this is it.

I use it in addition to my permanent indoor rack for outdoor workouts on nice days, and it’s perfect for that... as long as it’s not bench day. I’m planning on having a smith add a set of lower bar catches, and will replace the rubber with some cheap UHMW I got online. Then this rack will be everything I hoped for.

E
Emmanuelle O.

Thé stand is too high for bench press. Few holes more will be great.