Rogue Monster Rope Attachment Anchor
User Review( votes)
The Monster Rope Attachment Anchor attaches battle ropes to any Rogue Monster Rack.
Great powder coat.
Plenty of space for rope maneuverability.
Decent price point.
Easy to attach to any Rogue rack.
Some users might find it to be slightly oversized.
The Rogue Monster Rope Attachment Anchor is built with the type of overbuilt Rogue design I’ve come to expect from the companies products. I perform a lot of battle rope maneuvers and I was worried that the carabiner I had attached to my Rogue RM-4 was going to cause powder coat issues. I purchased the $35 Rope Attachment Anchor and was immediately impressed with my purchase.
The powder coat on the Rogue Monster Rope Attachment Anchor is perfect. The smoothness of the anchor really pops and perfectly matches my black rack.
My one complaint is that there isn’t an option when buying the unit to purchase black zinc bolts to match the rest of my rack. To be honest, it’s only a minor setback. I will likely purchase a few Rogue Monster Knurled Knobs so I can easily remove the unit as desired.
Overall, the Rogue Monster Rope Attachment Anchor is solid, held together by two 1″ x 4.75″ bolt, a 1″ flat washer, a 1″ lock washer, and a 1″ nut. Once I tightened down the Rogue Monster Rope Attachment Anchor I knew it wasn’t going to move.
Once installed I simply threaded my Rep V2 Battle Rope through the center of the unit. The mechanics are pretty obvious so I focused the rest of my review time on rope movements. Because the loop is massive, the rope moves nicely in up and down and side to side motions. I was worried that more intensive movements would cause my battle rope to snag but that has never occurred with a very wide 5″ depth that provides plenty of room for any inspired movements. Check out my Rep V2 Sleeve Battle Rope review for more info on my favorite choice for a conditioning rope.
The entire unit is welded to near perfection. This might not seem like anything but a cosmetic advantage but in reality, the smooth lines mean my rope isn’t fraying when rubbing against the anchor, this is an important consideration for me because my old garage floor before its recent renovation was wearing into my Rep V2 Battle Rope’s sheath covering.
Overall, I’m very happy with my Rogue Monster Rope Attachment Anchor which has become part of my daily routine. I’m also more than happy to support a product purchase that is made in the USA.