Rep Fitness Dumbbell Rack
User Review( votes)
The Rep Fitness Dumbbell Rack is a budget-friendly unit that stores 5 to 50-pound weights without taking up a lot of valuable floor space.
- Takes up very little space.
- Easy to assemble.
- Provides a great angle for grabbing dumbbells.
- Decent powder coat.
- The lightweight build makes it easy to move.
- None based on the price.
The Rep Fitness Dumbbell Rack is one of the most affordable home gym storage options on the market. For just $179.99 (shipping included) the company delivers a rack capable of storing 5 to 50-pound dumbbells with a strong 11 gauge steel frame that also offers a one-inch lip.
Rep Fitness fans have raved about this product, delivering a five-star review average across more than 160 reviews. It’s not really a surprise that this rack is sought after, as you’ll be hard-pressed to find another 3-tier dumbbell rack that takes up less floor space while offering a very nice powder coat. The unit comes in at dimensions of just 36″ high, 48″ long, and 24″ deep with a weight of just 75 pounds.
Most dumbbells fit easily into the rack which offers 42-inches of shelf space along with 10 inches of resting space on each shelf. I suggested this rack for a close friend who placed the product in their basement. They were instantly shocked by how little space the unit takes up. In comparison, I store my dumbbells on a 73″ Rogue Mass Storage unit and they take up an entire shelf that spans nearly six feet across. If you don’t have six feet of additional wall space, Rep Fitness solves your lack of space problems.
The rack comes in standard black, red, and blue options. Even if you just want to add a splash of color to your garage gym this is a simple option that will only cost around $200. If you’re feeling really generous with yourself, check out the REP Rubber Grip Hex Dumbbells which offer a unique handle that is completely rubber-coated.
If you’re like me, you hate spending time setting up new gym equipment, the Rep Fitness Dumbbell Rack only takes about 10 minutes to set up. You can check it out here.