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Rogue Adjustable Bench 2.0

Rogue Adjustable Bench 2.0
$710.00 CAD
Adjustable Bench 2.0 Spotter Deck
$126.67 CAD

Rogue Adjustable Bench 2.0

Made from 2x3" 11-gauge laser-cut steel with a bolt-together construction and full portability, the redesigned Rogue Adjustable Bench offers more options and comfort than the original model, all at a lower price.

The Adjustable Bench 2.0 features (6) incline positions ranging from flat / zero degrees up to approximately 85 degrees. The seat has two adjustment settings, as well, and—unlike just about every other adjustable weight bench on the market—there is virtually no gap between the seat pad and the back pad. This means athletes can program their functional presses and arm movements through a full range of inclines without dealing with the discomfort of a disjointed bench.

By taking advantage of construction efficiencies, we were able to make a higher quality bench at a lower cost than the original. The new design also still retains all the best features of version 1.0, including rubber feet for stability/floor protection and a set of wheels and a pull handle for easy mobility.

Optional Spotter Deck Add-On: Whether you're ordering a new Adjustable Bench 2.0 or want to upgrade an existing one, Rogue is now offering an optional 0.1875" thick, diamond-tread steel Spotter Deck, which you can mount to the unit using the provided hardware. The deck is finished in our signature black powder coat and measures 23.5" across with 9.75" of width on each side for users to stand. When installed, it has a total depth of 21" and sits 3.75" above the floor. We've also designed the deck with a slight upward incline so spotters can get more leverage when assisting with a lift.


  • Made in the USA
  • (6) Adjustment Positions: 0-85 degrees
  • Pad Height: 17.5" , 56.25" at 85 degrees
  • Pad Width: 11.25" (Pad)
  • Length: 52" (Overall Pad Length)
  • Virtually No Gap between Seat/Back Pad
  • (2) Seat Positions: Flat or Upward Angl
  • Wheels and plastic-lined handle for mobility
  • Rubber caps on legs to prevent sliding, protect floor
  • Optional Spotter Deck (can be added via dropdown menu)
  • Color: Black

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 128LB
Length 52" (Overall Pad Length)
Width 11.25" (Pad)
Height 17.5" , 56.25" at 85 degrees
Steel Notes 2x3" 11-gauge laser-cut steel
Foot Print 24.5" x 54.5"
Rogue Adjustable Bench 2.0 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bench Ever This is the best bench I have ever used. It is built like a tank. I have zero issues with it doing incline bench due to the seat being able to be positioned to keep you in place. The pad is firm. There is zero movement, it is as solid as a rock. The size and height are perfect. It even looks great. It is not light, but my wife can easily move it with the wheels. The only thing I wish it had were numbers showing what incline you were at. I looked at every adjustable bench on the market, and I am glad I finally chose this one. Came shipped freight in one piece. No assembly required.
Date published: 2016-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best I've Ever Used I've worked out all over the world since 1977. This Adjustable bench is the BEST I've ever used! It comes assembled and man... It's a beast! Heavy and sturdy as heck! Total quality. The gap between seat and back support is so close (as advertised) you won't even know you're laying prone on a split bench. The adjustments for seat and back check all the boxes for Military press, to incline, to flat press. No matter your age, these quality Rouge (made in the USA) products are something you'll be able to hand down to your kids... And them to their kids.
Date published: 2016-05-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok but not great. This bench is heavy duty and looks nice but I'm very unhappy it only has 2 adjustments on the seat. I thought the adjustments would be fine from looking at them in the picture. There should be another adjustment on the seat to help your body stay in a little better position for doing Incline Presses. I feel for the price of the bench (especially with shipping) that you should have another couple of adjustments. If I could of used this bench before buying, I wouldn't of bought it.
Date published: 2017-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy, comfortable bench Bought this bench as part of a garage gym setup. I have to move it around a bit as part of my routine, and so far this bench has been perfect. The casters and grip make it a breeze to move in and out under the rack, the incline adjustment has great ergonomics, and everything is durable and sturdy enough that I don't worry about wear. The bench has just the right amount of padding too, not too hard, not too soft. It really is a well-designed product. I would definitely recommend this over any of the benches I've run across in gyms.
Date published: 2017-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely heavy-duty I knew that this was supposed to be a heavy-duty bench, but I was still surprised when I got it. This thing is built for gorillas to do 1,000 pound incline presses - or so it would seem. If you want a bench that will last several lifetimes of very heavy use, then this is a very solid choice. The only possible issue for some people might be this bench's firmness. I've used many dozens of benches over the years at gyms all across the country, and they vary quite a bit on the amount and firmness of padding. This is one of the hardest (firmest) benches I've ever encountered. This isn't such a big issue, but you should expect a VERY firm bench top (as opposed to a virtual pillow-top that some benches have). The plus is that the padding is not likely to wear out much before the rest of the bench.
Date published: 2015-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2.0=10! I needed an extra adjustable for the beach body workouts I do with friends and decided to try out the 2.0 because of the added spotter base attachment. I already own the AB-2 and absolutely love that bench and this one is no different. Build quality is so solid it's ridiculous. Even my flat bench version is solid as a rock. The 2.0 bench pad is about three inches longer than the AB-2 and one inch narrower. The gap on the 2.0 is almost no gap at all while the AB-2 has a minimal gap which never bothered me but it is there. Both benches are easy to navigate around with the provided handles. 2.0 is a little heavier but still easy to move. You lose some of the incline settings of the AB-2 with the 2.0 but in my opinion it's a little overkill.......I still like having the option though. Also, both benches seats have the narrow taper as it extends toward the end of the seat. If you've ever owned a bowflex bench you will appreciate the taper. Bowflex actually get wider and is why I sold it. Pony up the first time and buy quality. Either of these versions in my opinion are perfect in every way.
Date published: 2016-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Build like tank! I receive it 10-25-2016, an on 10-26-2016 I start my using my new bench.first off I am 56 years old male ,only been weightlift maybe little ayear now.had 3 weight bench all were used none them Feel safe or fit me right .so my son who been weight now for few years told me about this company,so I bite the bullet an brought it .it was a million time safer.... an bench an dumbell press were millions time better,I can wait to get more time under my belt new I read other reviews it build like tank all solid steel,you to get what you pay incline seat is will not slide off the end of the bench doing incline!
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Excellent stabilty: lacks key adjustability Extremely solid, as many have noted, and the minimal pad gap makes it a great flat bench alternative. The sturdy ladder design of this bench adds weight, but also contributes to rock solid stability at any incline. In the flat position this bench is better than any other adjustable bench I have used, including some very expensive ones. Pad gap is tiny and the dimensions of the pads suit me well (I am 6'3"). The problem for me is the limited range of adjustabiilty in the middle incline range that I personally use the most. The second, third and fourth settings on this bench (the first being flat) are 30, 47, and 61 degrees, respectively. On paper this may sound like a good spread, but in practice, at least for me, it is extremely limiting, with none of these angles feeling particularly natural to me for given exercises. This issue is compounded (especially within this low-medium incline range) by the seat pad, which has just two positions (flat, and 18 degrees). With the bench in the second or third position (30/47) I definitely miss the ability to raise the seat even higher to prevent slipping down on the bench on certain exercises, like dumbbell presses. The fifth and sixth incline settings are (approximately) 76 degrees, and 85 degrees. So for high incline/near vertical work, this bench definitely gives you lots of options, and, as stated, it is incredibly stable at all inclines. Personally, these two highest angles are close enough to seem redundant, and I would eagerly sacrifice one for a more natural range of inclines in the middle. Two other issues pulled my rating down to three stars, and both have been remarked upon by other customers: 1) the design of the seat adjustment mechanism is fiddly and does not provide positive feedback that the pin is locked in place, and 2) the rear wheels seem like an afterthought: they are too small and do not rotate freely. Obviously, many reviewers have been extremely happy with this piece and I seem to be the odd man out. Personally, I need more back and seat positions in an incline bench.
Date published: 2017-09-16
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