Monster Lite RML-390FULLW Fold Back Wall Mount Power Rack is rated out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HiddenRetro from The best While this beast required several people to help set up this machinery is by far worth some money. Quality is excellent and you know you can trust it.
Date published: 2021-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shotz from Great Rack I have this set up with my bench inside the rack and my squat set up on the outside of the rack in front. I have a shackle that I attach bands to and a land mine with a short bar in it. It is so nice being able to pop into the basement and quickly hit any of the three major areas quickly. This is a very solid, heavy duty rack. It was easy to set up and I did it by myself even with a chronic shoulder issue. I am 100% happy with my purchase and would recommend this to anyone. I don't fold it up but I have a friend who has one and does routinely put it up and he is pleased with it too.
Date published: 2021-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Valentine59 from Awesome thanks! Thanks so very much. Easy to assemble, was very excited to finally get this squat rack as an addition to my studio. Rogue you were amazing! Thanks again!
Date published: 2021-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by RLB2 from Great rack! Absolutely love this rack. Extremely sturdy, well built, no issues with stability. Add in a ton of accessories that are available, and in my opinion, Rogue is the only way to go. I left off the 5th star for one reason only, and it’s pretty minor in the overall scope of things, but to me, 5 stars is perfect. My one complaint, is that if your bench (rogue adjustable bench, that deserves its own review, but wow, that thing is 5*) is in the incline position, you will not be able to use the rack closest to wall. Can work around it, and still use the safety straps by turning the bench around and using the inside of the far rack. But then you can’t use the inside of the far rack with the bench flat because the bench is too long. Again, minor in the whole scheme of things, but enough of an inconvenience for me to leave off the 5th star.
Date published: 2021-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barn dog from High quality! I have had my rack and equipment for 2 weeks now and it has increased my motivation to work out, and at 0530, I need every bit! The equipment is high quality and I know it will last.
Date published: 2021-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6rosario from Love it!!! Great for a small space like a garage Bought it for a garage gym and needed to be able to maximize available space. Perfect for what I needed and the quality is top notch
Date published: 2021-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gerald60 from I love my new folding squat rack I have a small workout area and workout alone so i have a small workout room and workout some. I needed the safety of a full squat rack and the space saving feature that it easily folds against the wall. The shipping was great and on schedule and straight forward to construct
Date published: 2021-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mattplano from Great versatility! I bought this rack because it has the ability to fold relatively flat. I will admit that I have not folded it up yet out of need, just the first time to see how it worked. The quality is great, my product arrived with some damaged boxes and some scratches on the posts but nothing that prevents it from working. That being said, the thing like the most is that this a real full rack, albeit not as deep as some other non folding racks. I frequently use the inside and outside of the rack for different lifts. Having it anchored to the wall is a huge plus, this thing just doesn't sway forward and back at all. However, it does sway side to side a bit as the pull bar has a little sway in it, but nothing that prevents me from lifting or even come remotely close to being scary. I will say though, it would be nice to have a cross member attached at the top with some type of quick release bolt, like Rogue offers on the monster series, it would also some more options for attachments etc. Over this thing is great, works with all the accessories from the RML line!
Date published: 2021-05-05