Monster RM-3W Fold Back Wall Mount Rack is rated out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awkward from All you need! I bought this several weeks ago due to gyms closing. This wall mounted rack is amazing! It can store up against a wall when not in use, but can be setup to lift in less than a minute with a single person. I thought it wouldn't be as sturdy as a regular rack but I was wrong. The pull up bar adds stability to the legs, but they are very sturdy even without the bar attached. If you don't have a ton of space in your garage, or are on a tighter budget this is your rack. It's budget priced, but will last longer than you will!
Date published: 2020-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by lastnameis2long from One of the best racks ever created At first I was hesitant on a folding rack, but rest assured, thinking about the company that Rogue Fitness is, I was no longer worried. I decided to have a "platform" feel and purchased the Rogue Dead lift platform underneath the rack and it fit perfectly and give me some support versus straight concrete. 100% recommended if you want a clean look while still maintaining garage space. Thanks Rogue!
Date published: 2020-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by JV32 from Space saver without sacrifice! Had rack put in single car garage hoping for a decent system while maintaining ability to park. The rogue “overbuilt“ reputation remains 100% intact. Best on market.
Date published: 2020-06-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by Purkerss from I'm happy but the rack is not without it's flaws. The way the swing arms attach to the wall-mounted brackets allows for some wiggle room. Take a look at the 'clever design' captioned pictures, notice the arm is closer to the bottom of the bracket on near side than the far side. The wiggle room compensates for any changes in the floor so the legs are always securely in contact with the ground, very clever! The rack is not flawless though, the pull-up bar attachment does not sit flush with the rack and thus has created a deep cut in the finish, marring the underlying metal. Rogue can correct me if I'm wrong but I believe it's because the pull-up bar attachment was not finished correctly (excess metal should have been smoothed out using a grinder). Pros: Clever design allows for easier installation and use! Cons: The pull-up bar attachment scratches the rack when notched into place. The feet drag on the ground and make it unnecessarily difficult to fold or unfold, you can apply upward pressure on the swing arms to alleviate the issue if you're tall enough (5'10"?).
Date published: 2020-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by BD19 from Built Rogue Tough I only wish I had bought this sooner. I love being able to walk out to the garage and put work in. I do find that I don’t fold it up often but I have that ability if I need to and that makes it worth it.
Date published: 2020-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by CoachDMac from WORTH IT! Jumping for joy now that my new ROGUE MONSTER RACK (RM-3W fold back rack 41.5” depth) is installed! Like many people, I purchased this rack during the COVID shelter-in-place order. BOTTOMLINE: ROGUE IS AWESOME. I’M SO HAPPY WITH THE PURCHASE. I had my eye on the Rogue Monster LITE version of the fold back rack, but unfortunately it was always out of stock. After thorough research and reading as many reviews as I could, I knew I’d be happy with this version (the full Monster version) of the rack and went ahead and ordered it. I ordered it on April 2nd and it arrived April 23. I’m a 5’7” female CrossFitter (CF-L1) weighing 145# RM-3W VERSUS RML-3WC: As I understand, there are three key differences. 1) Rogue Monster has the bigger bulkier hardware. The bolts scared me when I took them out of the packaging. I do feel better knowing that this thing is indeed a monster. 2) Rogue Monster has regular hole spacing (no Westside spacing). This has not bothered me at all. Unless you are super duper specific on where you like your bar for bench press I don’t think it will bother you either. 3) Rogue Monster has holes on all sides: I believe this comes into play when you are looking at accessories. You have more options of where to place those accessories (like a wall ball target, chalk holder, matador, etc) Ideally I would have purchased the LITE version since I am only using this in my home, but I am not at all disappointed in having to get the Monster version. Don’t hesitate - if the price doesn’t bother you and if it means you get to train now versus months from now, get it. PROS -Rogue quality can’t be beat -Look / feel / design is awesome -With the 41.5” depth kipping pull ups and BMUs are no problem (I’m only 5’7” and can still put a 35# plate under my feet to do kipping pull ups) If you want to kip, get 41.5” -J Sandwich hooks: I chose these b/c the others weren’t in stock and I’m so happy with them. Much easier to re-rack your bar IMO. -Rogue customer service is top notch (emailed several questions and they got back right away) CONS -Pull-up bar is hard to remove. It’s not nearly as quick and easy as it looks in the video. I have to really tug to get mine out (makes me feel good that it’s stuck when I’m doing pull ups, but not so fun when I want to move things around) -Because of the above, it means that attaching my wall ball target has been a challenge. I have to remove my pull up bar to put up the wall ball target. I’d rather skip wall balls :) -Installation instructions should provide some troubleshooting tips. Neither of my 90” uprights touch the floor b/c the Handyman who installed the rig followed the measurements to a T (I had to jam wood under them). Wish there would have been some tips provided to accommodate home gym situations. And you know, us regular folk who don’t know what the heck we are doing installing a rack! TIPS -Get out a level and check all the different ways your floor might slope. We learned the hard way that our garage floor slopes away from the wall (duh) - so when we measured for the 90” uprights we later realized the legs didn’t touch when extended. -Paint the small area behind your stringers a fun color (like blue or red), it would make the ROGUE stand out and look pretty Bad-A. -Be prepared to cut your baseboards. Ours ran pretty high so we had to get rid of them to accommodate the bottom stringer -If you hire a handyman to install the rig, watch (from 6 feet away of course) the whole process. I didn’t catch the leg thing until the end and then I was too exhausted to have him fix it so now we have it propped on wood and metal pieces.
Date published: 2020-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tea_Zap from Extremely solid!! I bought this about two months ago and I am glad I did. Outstanding quality, Worth every $. Best investment ever !! Thank you so much!!
Date published: 2020-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ethwilliams5 from Couldn’t Be Happier This rack was the perfect addition to my garage gym. Enables me to utilize the available space to its utmost potential.
Date published: 2020-07-12