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Fitness Reality 810XLT Super Max Power Cage with Optional LAT Pull-Down Attachment and Adjustable Leg Hold-Down
Fitness Reality 810XLT Super Max Power Cage with Optional LAT Pull-Down Attachment and Adjustable Leg Hold-Down

Fitness Reality 810XLT Super Max Power Cage with Optional LAT Pull-Down Attachment and Adjustable Leg Hold-Down

Fitness Reality 810XLT Super Max Power Cage with Optional LAT Pull-Down Attachment and Adjustable Leg Hold-Down
Fitness Reality 810XLT Super Max Power Cage with Optional LAT Pull-Down Attachment and Adjustable Leg Hold-Down
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Features

  • [HEAVY DUTY FRAME]: 800 lbs. weight capacity with heavy duty frame construction. Large walk in space providing easy side to side movement. 2" x 2" square steel frame construction. Multi-position over head chin up/pull up grip bars
  • [CHROME SAFETY BARS]: Two 3 ¼” long chrome lock-on safety bars. Two 23” long chrome dual mounted safety bars. 19 adjustable height levels for the safety bars. Safety bars are compatible with 7’ Olympic bars(Not Included). 2 Rear stability bars
  • [BENCH: 800 LBS WEIGHT CAPACITY]: 800 lbs. weight capacity bench with unique triangular support structure. Detachable 3 position adjustable leg hold down bar for additional stability during workouts. Folds for storage. Folded size: 51"L x 23. 5"w x 9"H
  • [BENCH: UPGRADED WIDER BACKREST/SEAT]: Upgraded 2019 foam backrest with 2” wider (12” W x 33. 5” L) for better back support while exercising. Upgraded 2019 larger seat (15. 3” W x 14. 5” L) with 2” wider on the back width. Transportation wheels included
  • [Bench: 12 POSITION ADJUSTABLE BACKREST]: Smooth 12 position adjustable backrest by utilizing 2 position front leg adjustment. Backrest adjusts to -20 degree decline to +80 degree incline angles. Flat position height: 17. 5". Backrest thickness: 1. 75”
  • Note: this item ships in two boxes which might arrive in a few days apart. Olympic bar and weight plates not included

Product Dimensions: 50.5 x 46.5 x 83.5 inches ; 168.5 pounds


Shipping Weight: 148 pounds


ASIN: B07TK5B41T


Item model number: 2823


Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars1,320 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #947 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #2 in Strength Training Weight Racks #1 in Strength Training Power Cages


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Features

  • [HEAVY DUTY FRAME]: 800 lbs. weight capacity with heavy duty frame construction. Large walk in space providing easy side to side movement. 2" x 2" square steel frame construction. Multi-position over head chin up/pull up grip bars
  • [CHROME SAFETY BARS]: Two 3 ¼” long chrome lock-on safety bars. Two 23” long chrome dual mounted safety bars. 19 adjustable height levels for the safety bars. Safety bars are compatible with 7’ Olympic bars(Not Included). 2 Rear stability bars
  • [BENCH: 800 LBS WEIGHT CAPACITY]: 800 lbs. weight capacity bench with unique triangular support structure. Detachable 3 position adjustable leg hold down bar for additional stability during workouts. Folds for storage. Folded size: 51"L x 23. 5"w x 9"H
  • [BENCH: UPGRADED WIDER BACKREST/SEAT]: Upgraded 2019 foam backrest with 2” wider (12” W x 33. 5” L) for better back support while exercising. Upgraded 2019 larger seat (15. 3” W x 14. 5” L) with 2” wider on the back width. Transportation wheels included
  • [Bench: 12 POSITION ADJUSTABLE BACKREST]: Smooth 12 position adjustable backrest by utilizing 2 position front leg adjustment. Backrest adjusts to -20 degree decline to +80 degree incline angles. Flat position height: 17. 5". Backrest thickness: 1. 75”
  • Note: this item ships in two boxes which might arrive in a few days apart. Olympic bar and weight plates not included

Product Dimensions: 50.5 x 46.5 x 83.5 inches ; 168.5 pounds


Shipping Weight: 148 pounds


ASIN: B07TK5B41T


Item model number: 2823


Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars1,320 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #947 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #2 in Strength Training Weight Racks #1 in Strength Training Power Cages


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • [HEAVY DUTY FRAME]: 800 lbs. weight capacity with heavy duty frame construction. Large walk in space providing easy side to side movement. 2" x 2" square steel frame construction. Multi-position over head chin up/pull up grip bars
  • [CHROME SAFETY BARS]: Two 3 ¼” long chrome lock-on safety bars. Two 23” long chrome dual mounted safety bars. 19 adjustable height levels for the safety bars. Safety bars are compatible with 7’ Olympic bars(Not Included). 2 Rear stability bars
  • [BENCH: 800 LBS WEIGHT CAPACITY]: 800 lbs. weight capacity bench with unique triangular support structure. Detachable 3 position adjustable leg hold down bar for additional stability during workouts. Folds for storage. Folded size: 51"L x 23. 5"w x 9"H
  • [BENCH: UPGRADED WIDER BACKREST/SEAT]: Upgraded 2019 foam backrest with 2” wider (12” W x 33. 5” L) for better back support while exercising. Upgraded 2019 larger seat (15. 3” W x 14. 5” L) with 2” wider on the back width. Transportation wheels included
  • [Bench: 12 POSITION ADJUSTABLE BACKREST]: Smooth 12 position adjustable backrest by utilizing 2 position front leg adjustment. Backrest adjusts to -20 degree decline to +80 degree incline angles. Flat position height: 17. 5". Backrest thickness: 1. 75”
  • Note: this item ships in two boxes which might arrive in a few days apart. Olympic bar and weight plates not included

Product Dimensions: 50.5 x 46.5 x 83.5 inches ; 168.5 pounds


Shipping Weight: 148 pounds


ASIN: B07TK5B41T


Item model number: 2823


Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars1,320 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #947 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #2 in Strength Training Weight Racks #1 in Strength Training Power Cages


abunda_amazon_reviews Bottom line: The Fitness Reality 810XLT rack is an unbelievable value. (I purchased it for only $169). It is rated for 800 lbs, has good space, does not need to be bolted down and is also very stable. The 800 lbs capacity is plenty for most people of all ages who want to do strength training. For reference, using the calculator on strengthlevel, if you could squat 300 lb you would be squatting more than 65% of men ages 24-39 who strength train. You don’t need more than this rack for a home gym. Background: I am 58 years old, 6’0”, 195 lbs and want to improve my strength. In the end of December 2016 I started StrongLifts 5x5. However, I was using an old smith machine for squats and bench presses, which is not recommended because of the restricted motion and not fully utilizing stabilizer muscles. So I wanted to get a power rack and lift safely. My goal is to eventually work up to 360 lbs deadlift, 270 lbs squat, 200 lbs bench press, 120 lbs overhead press and 180 lbs barbell row for 5 reps and try to maintain those levels. (I am nowhere near these values now lol, but you need goals). I looked online for many weeks at racks and decided racks like Rogue R-3 ($820 shipped) or Titan T-3 ($420 shipped) were probably overkill for me, weighing over 200 lbs and required to be bolted to the floor for stability. The Fitness Reality 810XLT had an unbelievable price so I evaluated it thoroughly before purchasing. I think it compares favorably to the Titan T-2 costing $319. Shipping: I ordered the rack from Amazon on February 4, 2017. It was shipped free on February 6 and arrived at my house February 10. The box was 79"L x 13"W x 10"H and 148 lbs. UPS placed it right outside my garage. The shipment is packed well with each part individually wrapped. There was one broken part, a plastic foot pad (part #486 on diagram). I emailed the customer service email in the owner’s manual on February 11. They sent an automated email almost immediately. I received a response on February 14 indicating that they submitted a replacement order. After not hearing anything for a week I sent them an email on Feb 21 and they responded back the same day that they will ship the part and gave me a tracking number. I received the part February 25 and installed it. They actually sent two plastic foot pads. Assembly: The assembly was easy. They included the most clear and thorough assembly instructions I had ever seen. They even have the bolts packaged by step number! I tightened the bolts until 3 or 4 threads are visible past the nut. If you tightened more you could deform the steel. A 17mm socket and box wrench makes assembly faster. It does come with a cheap wrench but I did not use it. I did not bolt the rack to the floor because it is not necessary. Dimensions: The rack has a 46” wide and 50” deep foot print. The top of the pull up bar is 83 3/4” off the floor. The sides are 78 3/4”. The working area is 42” wide between posts and 24” deep between posts. The posts have 19 one inch holes that start 13 1/8” OC off the floor and are 3” OC apart. Every third hole has a small “U” shaped notch to make it easier to identify the same level between posts. There are 2 solid steel safety pins 1” in diameter which are 32 1/4 inches long thereby providing the 24” length between posts and 3 1/4” bar catch on the outside of the rack.. The safety pins weigh 7.5 lbs each. There are 2 safety hooks that are 6 3/8 inches long including the 3 1/4” bar catch and weigh 1.0 lb each. The safety pins and hooks are polished chrome and look very nice. The assembled rack is listed at 137 lbs; however, I was not able to measure this myself. Load capacity: Rated for 800 lbs. Made of 2x2 steel. I measured the thickness of the posts. It is 0.086 inches thick which means it is 14 gauge steel. I did not drop a load on the safety bars but I believe they would hold 800 lbs. Things I was concerned about before buying: 1. Only 19 adjustment holes. The Titan T-2 has 28 and the T-3 has the Westside 1” hole pattern. The hole pattern on this rack works for me. I have the bench safety pins set at hole #6 from the floor (my bench is 20” high) and squat at hole #8. For the safety hook positions I use hole #11 for bench, hole #17 for squat and hole#17 for overhead press. I marked the positions I use with electrical tape. 2. I wasn’t sure what the rack spacing between side posts really was based on the description on Amazon. It is 24”, which is fine. The Rogue R3 is 24” also. The Starting Strength rack that is recommended is 22”. 3. There are 2 stability bars on the back posts of the rack. I thought they might get in the way, but they don’t. They don’t interfere with bench positions and I use the front posts inside the rack for squat and outside the rack for overhead press. 4. Stability. Once bolted together the rack is ridged. Although I did not want the rack to be bolted to the floor, so I could move it if necessary; I did want it to be stable. I have concluded that the rack is very stable. Here is how I tested it: a. Without any weight on the rack, I put the safety pins in the first hole, stood on them while holding the pull up bar and tried shaking the rack side to side. The rack will not lift up or rock. You can shuffle or slide the rack slightly if you really work at it. b. I then racked an empty bar on the safety pins, then stood on the bar and the back stability bar while holding the pull up bar and tried to shake the rack front to back. The rack would not move at all. The most I will be lifting in the rack is probably less than 300 lbs, so this rack is very stable and capable. 5. No plate storage: I already have a plate tree but it might be more convenient storing on the rack as long as it doesn’t interfere with my lifts. I may buy a couple pairs of Titan plate holders if I find it necessary. Attachments: I purchase Titan T-2 J hooks and they fit perfectly. I use them in the front posts for squats and overhead press. I keep the original chrome hooks on the back posts for bench. I, therefore, assume all of the Titan T-2 attachments will fit. So far, I have used the rack for 6 StrongLifts 5x5 workouts and have been very satisfied. Comparisons: FR810 XLT Titan T-2 Rogue RE-3 Cost $199 $319 $715 shipped Capacity 800lb 700lb Not Listed Height 83 3/4” 83” 90” Pullup Bar 83 3/4" 80” 87” Pullup type various grip 1 ¼” bar 1” & 2 “ Width 42” 44” 43” Depth 24” 26” 24” Base 46” X 50” 48” X 48” 32” X 53” Floor bolted Positions 19 28 28 Weight 137lb 107lb 160lb Steel 2x2 14 gauge 2x2 unknown 2x2 11 gauge Plate storage None 2 None;;Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Fitness Reality 810XLT Review: awesome rack for home gym!;;Michael;;;I'm not going to review this as a squat cage, because there are enough reviews here to tell you that it is sturdy and will hold weights and has the proper dimensions to do exercises in. Also, I am not an expert at weights. What I will answer in this review is, can you assemble this thing, and how? The bench shown in this picture is not the bench that you can buy with this, but a different bench. I am a short woman with the typical amount of Ikea furniture building experience, and with another short woman friend, I was able to assemble this in a couple of hours. If you are tall and assembling this in a place where you don't care about the walls and floor, you might be able to do it as a single person, but I could not have done that in my apartment. It's not hard to figure out, and the parts are packaged really well, but it is tall and awkward. In the couple of hours of assembly time, I am not including tightening the 40 bolts. I didn't do that until today, because I had to go to Home Depot and buy better tools than what are included in the kit. I included a photo of the tools that I used, which are a 17 mm socket, a ratcheting handle for that socket, and a 17 mm wrench. You need two tools because you need to hold both the bolt head and the nut, on opposite sides. Get a ratcheting thing or you'll be sorry. Even with these tools the bolts took me a while. Once I got everything tightened, the rack is very sturdy. I attached the TRX cables as you can see in the picture, and at least with the 45-pound bar on there, I can hang my weight off the cables at any angle and the cage doesn't want to fall over. I weigh about 250 pounds, so it seems fairly untippable to me.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;You can make this happen;;Alethio Grapher;;;FYI: Look up the Ironman 810XLT rack- it is the exact same model with more reviews. Overall, I am very satisfied with this power rack. It was extremely easy to put together. All the bolts are the same... I would highly suggest getting a 17mm ratcheting wrench if you don't already own one in order to put this cage together. The rack is heavy and solid, and it doesn't move really at all. Shout out to u/Gym-gineer for this solid recommendation! What we could use now are some quality attachments in the near future!;;Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very sturdy - great price;;Ben;;;A little sketchy but for the price it gets the job done. I am still waiting for parts that are missing from the box which makes the item unsafe to use but I did not want to send it back. The main brace is missing. Hopefully it doesn’t fall over and hurt someone or myself. Manufacturer keeps saying they’ll send the missing parts but it’s been weeks. I’m at the point where I am going to have to do a chargeback to my Visa.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;A little sketchy but for the price it gets the ...;;Jesse Rohr;;;Total time to build with no help- 1 hour 15 minutes. You will need a power drill to speed things up along with a pair of pliers, a mallet. The box is heavy and it’s best to open in the space you plan to leave the rack. It’s Sturdy. Solid materials (for a residential power rack). Pull-up bars are amazing. Feet of the base are well placed. Great feel of the metals and paint. Very few plastic elements and great bolts and washers. No sharp edges, welds are solid and true, no spot welding. My ceilings are a few inches above the highest part of the pull-up bar and there was no issue. I’m 6 feet. I literally worked out on this as soon as I tightened all the bolts. Cons: without any bar with weights on it, this thing can be moved even on foam puzzle planks. Any pulling from a horizontal angle will tip it over so make sure you don’t try any trx or rope drills unless hanging from the top pull-up bar. There are no parts to hinge plates on alone, but does Come with metal sconces for olympic weight bars and security cross bars in the box. This rack is basic in comparison to gym / commercial racks but you aren’t paying commercial grade price. This is best for no more than two people using during the week with heavy weights. Not meant for commercial gym punishment. See my photos for visual assessment.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Sturdy but top heavy without additional weight;;AmazonJunkie

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2017
Fitness Reality 810XLT Review: awesome rack for home gym!
Bottom line: The Fitness Reality 810XLT rack is an unbelievable value. (I purchased it for only $169). It is rated for 800 lbs, has good space, does not need to be bolted down and is also very stable. The 800 lbs capacity is plenty for most people of all ages who want to do strength training. For reference, using the calculator on strengthlevel, if you could squat 300 lb you would be squatting more than 65% of men ages 24-39 who strength train. You don’t need more than this rack for a home gym. Background: I am 58 years old, 6’0”, 195 lbs and want to improve my strength. In the end of December 2016 I started StrongLifts 5x5. However, I was using an old smith machine for squats and bench presses, which is not recommended because of the restricted motion and not fully utilizing stabilizer muscles. So I wanted to get a power rack and lift safely. My goal is to eventually work up to 360 lbs deadlift, 270 lbs squat, 200 lbs bench press, 120 lbs overhead press and 180 lbs barbell row for 5 reps and try to maintain those levels. (I am nowhere near these values now lol, but you need goals). I looked online for many weeks at racks and decided racks like Rogue R-3 ($820 shipped) or Titan T-3 ($420 shipped) were probably overkill for me, weighing over 200 lbs and required to be bolted to the floor for stability. The Fitness Reality 810XLT had an unbelievable price so I evaluated it thoroughly before purchasing. I think it compares favorably to the Titan T-2 costing $319. Shipping: I ordered the rack from Amazon on February 4, 2017. It was shipped free on February 6 and arrived at my house February 10. The box was 79"L x 13"W x 10"H and 148 lbs. UPS placed it right outside my garage. The shipment is packed well with each part individually wrapped. There was one broken part, a plastic foot pad (part #486 on diagram). I emailed the customer service email in the owner’s manual on February 11. They sent an automated email almost immediately. I received a response on February 14 indicating that they submitted a replacement order. After not hearing anything for a week I sent them an email on Feb 21 and they responded back the same day that they will ship the part and gave me a tracking number. I received the part February 25 and installed it. They actually sent two plastic foot pads. Assembly: The assembly was easy. They included the most clear and thorough assembly instructions I had ever seen. They even have the bolts packaged by step number! I tightened the bolts until 3 or 4 threads are visible past the nut. If you tightened more you could deform the steel. A 17mm socket and box wrench makes assembly faster. It does come with a cheap wrench but I did not use it. I did not bolt the rack to the floor because it is not necessary. Dimensions: The rack has a 46” wide and 50” deep foot print. The top of the pull up bar is 83 3/4” off the floor. The sides are 78 3/4”. The working area is 42” wide between posts and 24” deep between posts. The posts have 19 one inch holes that start 13 1/8” OC off the floor and are 3” OC apart. Every third hole has a small “U” shaped notch to make it easier to identify the same level between posts. There are 2 solid steel safety pins 1” in diameter which are 32 1/4 inches long thereby providing the 24” length between posts and 3 1/4” bar catch on the outside of the rack.. The safety pins weigh 7.5 lbs each. There are 2 safety hooks that are 6 3/8 inches long including the 3 1/4” bar catch and weigh 1.0 lb each. The safety pins and hooks are polished chrome and look very nice. The assembled rack is listed at 137 lbs; however, I was not able to measure this myself. Load capacity: Rated for 800 lbs. Made of 2x2 steel. I measured the thickness of the posts. It is 0.086 inches thick which means it is 14 gauge steel. I did not drop a load on the safety bars but I believe they would hold 800 lbs. Things I was concerned about before buying: 1. Only 19 adjustment holes. The Titan T-2 has 28 and the T-3 has the Westside 1” hole pattern. The hole pattern on this rack works for me. I have the bench safety pins set at hole #6 from the floor (my bench is 20” high) and squat at hole #8. For the safety hook positions I use hole #11 for bench, hole #17 for squat and hole#17 for overhead press. I marked the positions I use with electrical tape. 2. I wasn’t sure what the rack spacing between side posts really was based on the description on Amazon. It is 24”, which is fine. The Rogue R3 is 24” also. The Starting Strength rack that is recommended is 22”. 3. There are 2 stability bars on the back posts of the rack. I thought they might get in the way, but they don’t. They don’t interfere with bench positions and I use the front posts inside the rack for squat and outside the rack for overhead press. 4. Stability. Once bolted together the rack is ridged. Although I did not want the rack to be bolted to the floor, so I could move it if necessary; I did want it to be stable. I have concluded that the rack is very stable. Here is how I tested it: a. Without any weight on the rack, I put the safety pins in the first hole, stood on them while holding the pull up bar and tried shaking the rack side to side. The rack will not lift up or rock. You can shuffle or slide the rack slightly if you really work at it. b. I then racked an empty bar on the safety pins, then stood on the bar and the back stability bar while holding the pull up bar and tried to shake the rack front to back. The rack would not move at all. The most I will be lifting in the rack is probably less than 300 lbs, so this rack is very stable and capable. 5. No plate storage: I already have a plate tree but it might be more convenient storing on the rack as long as it doesn’t interfere with my lifts. I may buy a couple pairs of Titan plate holders if I find it necessary. Attachments: I purchase Titan T-2 J hooks and they fit perfectly. I use them in the front posts for squats and overhead press. I keep the original chrome hooks on the back posts for bench. I, therefore, assume all of the Titan T-2 attachments will fit. So far, I have used the rack for 6 StrongLifts 5x5 workouts and have been very satisfied. Comparisons: FR810 XLT Titan T-2 Rogue RE-3 Cost $199 $319 $715 shipped Capacity 800lb 700lb Not Listed Height 83 3/4” 83” 90” Pullup Bar 83 3/4" 80” 87” Pullup type various grip 1 ¼” bar 1” & 2 “ Width 42” 44” 43” Depth 24” 26” 24” Base 46” X 50” 48” X 48” 32” X 53” Floor bolted Positions 19 28 28 Weight 137lb 107lb 160lb Steel 2x2 14 gauge 2x2 unknown 2x2 11 gauge Plate storage None 2 None

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alethio Grapher - Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018
You can make this happen
I'm not going to review this as a squat cage, because there are enough reviews here to tell you that it is sturdy and will hold weights and has the proper dimensions to do exercises in. Also, I am not an expert at weights. What I will answer in this review is, can you assemble this thing, and how? The bench shown in this picture is not the bench that you can buy with this, but a different bench. I am a short woman with the typical amount of Ikea furniture building experience, and with another short woman friend, I was able to assemble this in a couple of hours. If you are tall and assembling this in a place where you don't care about the walls and floor, you might be able to do it as a single person, but I could not have done that in my apartment. It's not hard to figure out, and the parts are packaged really well, but it is tall and awkward. In the couple of hours of assembly time, I am not including tightening the 40 bolts. I didn't do that until today, because I had to go to Home Depot and buy better tools than what are included in the kit. I included a photo of the tools that I used, which are a 17 mm socket, a ratcheting handle for that socket, and a 17 mm wrench. You need two tools because you need to hold both the bolt head and the nut, on opposite sides. Get a ratcheting thing or you'll be sorry. Even with these tools the bolts took me a while. Once I got everything tightened, the rack is very sturdy. I attached the TRX cables as you can see in the picture, and at least with the 45-pound bar on there, I can hang my weight off the cables at any angle and the cage doesn't want to fall over. I weigh about 250 pounds, so it seems fairly untippable to me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2017
Very sturdy - great price
FYI: Look up the Ironman 810XLT rack- it is the exact same model with more reviews. Overall, I am very satisfied with this power rack. It was extremely easy to put together. All the bolts are the same... I would highly suggest getting a 17mm ratcheting wrench if you don't already own one in order to put this cage together. The rack is heavy and solid, and it doesn't move really at all. Shout out to u/Gym-gineer for this solid recommendation! What we could use now are some quality attachments in the near future!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jesse Rohr - Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2018
A little sketchy but for the price it gets the ...
A little sketchy but for the price it gets the job done. I am still waiting for parts that are missing from the box which makes the item unsafe to use but I did not want to send it back. The main brace is missing. Hopefully it doesn’t fall over and hurt someone or myself. Manufacturer keeps saying they’ll send the missing parts but it’s been weeks. I’m at the point where I am going to have to do a chargeback to my Visa.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By AmazonJunkie - Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2017
Sturdy but top heavy without additional weight
Total time to build with no help- 1 hour 15 minutes. You will need a power drill to speed things up along with a pair of pliers, a mallet. The box is heavy and it’s best to open in the space you plan to leave the rack. It’s Sturdy. Solid materials (for a residential power rack). Pull-up bars are amazing. Feet of the base are well placed. Great feel of the metals and paint. Very few plastic elements and great bolts and washers. No sharp edges, welds are solid and true, no spot welding. My ceilings are a few inches above the highest part of the pull-up bar and there was no issue. I’m 6 feet. I literally worked out on this as soon as I tightened all the bolts. Cons: without any bar with weights on it, this thing can be moved even on foam puzzle planks. Any pulling from a horizontal angle will tip it over so make sure you don’t try any trx or rope drills unless hanging from the top pull-up bar. There are no parts to hinge plates on alone, but does Come with metal sconces for olympic weight bars and security cross bars in the box. This rack is basic in comparison to gym / commercial racks but you aren’t paying commercial grade price. This is best for no more than two people using during the week with heavy weights. Not meant for commercial gym punishment. See my photos for visual assessment.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2017
Fitness Reality 810XLT Review: awesome rack for home gym!
Bottom line: The Fitness Reality 810XLT rack is an unbelievable value. (I purchased it for only $169). It is rated for 800 lbs, has good space, does not need to be bolted down and is also very stable. The 800 lbs capacity is plenty for most people of all ages who want to do strength training. For reference, using the calculator on strengthlevel, if you could squat 300 lb you would be squatting more than 65% of men ages 24-39 who strength train. You don’t need more than this rack for a home gym. Background: I am 58 years old, 6’0”, 195 lbs and want to improve my strength. In the end of December 2016 I started StrongLifts 5x5. However, I was using an old smith machine for squats and bench presses, which is not recommended because of the restricted motion and not fully utilizing stabilizer muscles. So I wanted to get a power rack and lift safely. My goal is to eventually work up to 360 lbs deadlift, 270 lbs squat, 200 lbs bench press, 120 lbs overhead press and 180 lbs barbell row for 5 reps and try to maintain those levels. (I am nowhere near these values now lol, but you need goals). I looked online for many weeks at racks and decided racks like Rogue R-3 ($820 shipped) or Titan T-3 ($420 shipped) were probably overkill for me, weighing over 200 lbs and required to be bolted to the floor for stability. The Fitness Reality 810XLT had an unbelievable price so I evaluated it thoroughly before purchasing. I think it compares favorably to the Titan T-2 costing $319. Shipping: I ordered the rack from Amazon on February 4, 2017. It was shipped free on February 6 and arrived at my house February 10. The box was 79"L x 13"W x 10"H and 148 lbs. UPS placed it right outside my garage. The shipment is packed well with each part individually wrapped. There was one broken part, a plastic foot pad (part #486 on diagram). I emailed the customer service email in the owner’s manual on February 11. They sent an automated email almost immediately. I received a response on February 14 indicating that they submitted a replacement order. After not hearing anything for a week I sent them an email on Feb 21 and they responded back the same day that they will ship the part and gave me a tracking number. I received the part February 25 and installed it. They actually sent two plastic foot pads. Assembly: The assembly was easy. They included the most clear and thorough assembly instructions I had ever seen. They even have the bolts packaged by step number! I tightened the bolts until 3 or 4 threads are visible past the nut. If you tightened more you could deform the steel. A 17mm socket and box wrench makes assembly faster. It does come with a cheap wrench but I did not use it. I did not bolt the rack to the floor because it is not necessary. Dimensions: The rack has a 46” wide and 50” deep foot print. The top of the pull up bar is 83 3/4” off the floor. The sides are 78 3/4”. The working area is 42” wide between posts and 24” deep between posts. The posts have 19 one inch holes that start 13 1/8” OC off the floor and are 3” OC apart. Every third hole has a small “U” shaped notch to make it easier to identify the same level between posts. There are 2 solid steel safety pins 1” in diameter which are 32 1/4 inches long thereby providing the 24” length between posts and 3 1/4” bar catch on the outside of the rack.. The safety pins weigh 7.5 lbs each. There are 2 safety hooks that are 6 3/8 inches long including the 3 1/4” bar catch and weigh 1.0 lb each. The safety pins and hooks are polished chrome and look very nice. The assembled rack is listed at 137 lbs; however, I was not able to measure this myself. Load capacity: Rated for 800 lbs. Made of 2x2 steel. I measured the thickness of the posts. It is 0.086 inches thick which means it is 14 gauge steel. I did not drop a load on the safety bars but I believe they would hold 800 lbs. Things I was concerned about before buying: 1. Only 19 adjustment holes. The Titan T-2 has 28 and the T-3 has the Westside 1” hole pattern. The hole pattern on this rack works for me. I have the bench safety pins set at hole #6 from the floor (my bench is 20” high) and squat at hole #8. For the safety hook positions I use hole #11 for bench, hole #17 for squat and hole#17 for overhead press. I marked the positions I use with electrical tape. 2. I wasn’t sure what the rack spacing between side posts really was based on the description on Amazon. It is 24”, which is fine. The Rogue R3 is 24” also. The Starting Strength rack that is recommended is 22”. 3. There are 2 stability bars on the back posts of the rack. I thought they might get in the way, but they don’t. They don’t interfere with bench positions and I use the front posts inside the rack for squat and outside the rack for overhead press. 4. Stability. Once bolted together the rack is ridged. Although I did not want the rack to be bolted to the floor, so I could move it if necessary; I did want it to be stable. I have concluded that the rack is very stable. Here is how I tested it: a. Without any weight on the rack, I put the safety pins in the first hole, stood on them while holding the pull up bar and tried shaking the rack side to side. The rack will not lift up or rock. You can shuffle or slide the rack slightly if you really work at it. b. I then racked an empty bar on the safety pins, then stood on the bar and the back stability bar while holding the pull up bar and tried to shake the rack front to back. The rack would not move at all. The most I will be lifting in the rack is probably less than 300 lbs, so this rack is very stable and capable. 5. No plate storage: I already have a plate tree but it might be more convenient storing on the rack as long as it doesn’t interfere with my lifts. I may buy a couple pairs of Titan plate holders if I find it necessary. Attachments: I purchase Titan T-2 J hooks and they fit perfectly. I use them in the front posts for squats and overhead press. I keep the original chrome hooks on the back posts for bench. I, therefore, assume all of the Titan T-2 attachments will fit. So far, I have used the rack for 6 StrongLifts 5x5 workouts and have been very satisfied. Comparisons: FR810 XLT Titan T-2 Rogue RE-3 Cost $199 $319 $715 shipped Capacity 800lb 700lb Not Listed Height 83 3/4” 83” 90” Pullup Bar 83 3/4" 80” 87” Pullup type various grip 1 ¼” bar 1” & 2 “ Width 42” 44” 43” Depth 24” 26” 24” Base 46” X 50” 48” X 48” 32” X 53” Floor bolted Positions 19 28 28 Weight 137lb 107lb 160lb Steel 2x2 14 gauge 2x2 unknown 2x2 11 gauge Plate storage None 2 None

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alethio Grapher - Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018
You can make this happen
I'm not going to review this as a squat cage, because there are enough reviews here to tell you that it is sturdy and will hold weights and has the proper dimensions to do exercises in. Also, I am not an expert at weights. What I will answer in this review is, can you assemble this thing, and how? The bench shown in this picture is not the bench that you can buy with this, but a different bench. I am a short woman with the typical amount of Ikea furniture building experience, and with another short woman friend, I was able to assemble this in a couple of hours. If you are tall and assembling this in a place where you don't care about the walls and floor, you might be able to do it as a single person, but I could not have done that in my apartment. It's not hard to figure out, and the parts are packaged really well, but it is tall and awkward. In the couple of hours of assembly time, I am not including tightening the 40 bolts. I didn't do that until today, because I had to go to Home Depot and buy better tools than what are included in the kit. I included a photo of the tools that I used, which are a 17 mm socket, a ratcheting handle for that socket, and a 17 mm wrench. You need two tools because you need to hold both the bolt head and the nut, on opposite sides. Get a ratcheting thing or you'll be sorry. Even with these tools the bolts took me a while. Once I got everything tightened, the rack is very sturdy. I attached the TRX cables as you can see in the picture, and at least with the 45-pound bar on there, I can hang my weight off the cables at any angle and the cage doesn't want to fall over. I weigh about 250 pounds, so it seems fairly untippable to me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2017
Very sturdy - great price
FYI: Look up the Ironman 810XLT rack- it is the exact same model with more reviews. Overall, I am very satisfied with this power rack. It was extremely easy to put together. All the bolts are the same... I would highly suggest getting a 17mm ratcheting wrench if you don't already own one in order to put this cage together. The rack is heavy and solid, and it doesn't move really at all. Shout out to u/Gym-gineer for this solid recommendation! What we could use now are some quality attachments in the near future!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jesse Rohr - Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2018
A little sketchy but for the price it gets the ...
A little sketchy but for the price it gets the job done. I am still waiting for parts that are missing from the box which makes the item unsafe to use but I did not want to send it back. The main brace is missing. Hopefully it doesn’t fall over and hurt someone or myself. Manufacturer keeps saying they’ll send the missing parts but it’s been weeks. I’m at the point where I am going to have to do a chargeback to my Visa.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By AmazonJunkie - Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2017
Sturdy but top heavy without additional weight
Total time to build with no help- 1 hour 15 minutes. You will need a power drill to speed things up along with a pair of pliers, a mallet. The box is heavy and it’s best to open in the space you plan to leave the rack. It’s Sturdy. Solid materials (for a residential power rack). Pull-up bars are amazing. Feet of the base are well placed. Great feel of the metals and paint. Very few plastic elements and great bolts and washers. No sharp edges, welds are solid and true, no spot welding. My ceilings are a few inches above the highest part of the pull-up bar and there was no issue. I’m 6 feet. I literally worked out on this as soon as I tightened all the bolts. Cons: without any bar with weights on it, this thing can be moved even on foam puzzle planks. Any pulling from a horizontal angle will tip it over so make sure you don’t try any trx or rope drills unless hanging from the top pull-up bar. There are no parts to hinge plates on alone, but does Come with metal sconces for olympic weight bars and security cross bars in the box. This rack is basic in comparison to gym / commercial racks but you aren’t paying commercial grade price. This is best for no more than two people using during the week with heavy weights. Not meant for commercial gym punishment. See my photos for visual assessment.