- Product Dimensions: 27 x 8.5 x 20.5 inches ; 6.5 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 6.7 Kg
- Item model number: DBR 56
- ASIN: B00245PTPU
- Date first available at amazon.ae: April 4, 2019
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- FREE WEIGHT ORGANIZER - Store your weights on a stand where you can access them quickly while keeping things organized in your home gym! The DBR-56 dumbbell rack features multiple trays that accommodate different sizes of dumbbells.
- HEAVY-DUTY STEELWORK - Keep all of your weights secure at all times with the Marcy DBR-56 Dumbbell Rack. Made from commercial-grade steel, its durable frame can withstand a heavy load while resisting damage from intensive use over time.
- DURABLE POWDER-COATED FINISH - Reinforced with a powder coating, this versatile dumbbell holder boasts a sturdy construction that won't easily get tarnished with heavy gear. Its polished surface effectively resists scratches and minimizes scuffs.
- SLIM AND SPACE-SAVING DESIGN - Free up some space in your fitness area with this rack's ergonomically designed structure. Its compact design allows you to place the rack in any part of your gym for easy access to your free weights.
- 2-YEAR MANUFACTURER'S GUARANTEE-Experience intense workout sessions in the comfort of your home without worrying about breaking your equipment! This dumbbell storage stand comes with a 2-year manufacturer's warranty, allowing you to maximize your purchase
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Keep your workout gear safely off the floor with the Marcy® 8-pair dumbbell rack. It features a rugged steel construction and accepts neoprene or cast iron dumbbells (not included).
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I have since acquired the 10lbs weights and they all fit nicely on this rack. I needed to organize these in a small space to keep from tripping over them as I worked out. I have a 50 bag hanging from a stand to it's right in the corner of the room, and a set of BowFlex dial weights on their stand to the left, with a bench on the other side of the Bow flex, in a 12'x13' room, and this was the perfect solution.
I am doing the T25 work out in the middle of the room and have progressed to the upper level where weights are a primary part of the routine, I am 6'1" tall and there are times when I have to lay down to do the exercises, so I need to be able to lay down with my arms over my head. Hopefully you get the picture of my need for efficient use of the space.
I am not using the heavier weights at this point, so I started with the 40s on the outside of the bottom center rack, 30s next to those on the outside racks, and then stacked the 25 on top of the 30s because there is not enough space in between the two, and 20 does have space above the 25 on the outside rack to fit, with a smaller increment on the top outside, in this case the 5lbs. Along the top inside rack I have my most frequently used dumbells, for when I work out.
Since they are Hex the 30 and 25lbs dumbells are too big to hang independently however, since they are Hex they stack nicely, if you don't have Hex, this will likely be a factor, on the bottom two outside racks for heavier weights, and the 40s had to go on the inside to make this work, but as you can see from the picture I am posting it absolutely work with room to spare on the bottom.
It is incredibly sturdy, I put wood pieces under it because I have put in a padded floor and I wanted to protect it from this much weight concentrated on the 4 base "feet" of the rack.
The only thing I would look out for is when you are replacing the weights on the inside top rack, do so carefully, because if you have big hands, the gap is small enough in the middle of the two horizontal pieces, that you could pinch a finger putting the 10 or 15 pound weights back down. I identified this early and have never pinched my fingers, so it has not been an issue, nor would this prompt me to downgrade my rating/opinion.
This is an exceptional buy for the price if you compare it with other free standing racks.
Ok so I unassembled it in hopes of returning and then reassembled and I got it to stand straight. Yea...it holds all my weights 2 through 20, and a couple kettle bells. It did clean up the mess I had going on with all my stuff all over the floor so I'm glad I got it. If you get this just watch when you assemble it so you get it straight and don't have to fuss with it like I did.