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Dumbbell Rack A-Frame Stand 3, 5 Pairs
3-Pair Dumbbell Rack
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Dumbbell Rack A-Frame Stand 3, 5 Pairs | RitFit Storage

  • Barcode: RF-DLRACK-3PAIR

Made of heavy-duty steel construction, this vertical dumbbell rack stand can support 220 pounds (3 Pairs) or 440 pounds (5 Pairs) weight capacity. Both of them are suitable for RitFit Rubber Hex Dumbbells and RitFit Vinyl Coated Dumbbells

Built with heavy-gauge steel tubing and finished with a durable black powder coat for long-lasting performance. Rubber floor protectors prevent unsightly dents or scratches to your flooring, while the ABS plastic anti-slip covers around the cradles ensure your weights will stay firmly in place. This dumbbell rack is the perfect addition and an ultimate space-saving device to any home gym or fitness studio, keeping your workout space organized and tidy, helping you to focus on what's important during training. 

Using free weights is a fantastic way to strengthen and tone the muscles of the upper body including the biceps, triceps, rhomboids, deltoids, etc.

Free weights exercises such as chest presses, deadlifts, shrugs, curls, and extensions are essential to staying fit and strong. Use them at home, outdoors, in a studio, or a hotel. Even if you are en elite athletes or new to the fitness lifestyle, it’s simple to perform and easy to learn the exercises by using the dumbbells. 


3-Pair Rack Stand

  • Assembled Dimensions: 14'' X 14'' X 22''
  • Weight Capacity: 220 lbs
  • Product Weight: 11.3 lbs

5-Pair Rack Stand

  • Assembled Dimensions: 21'' X 16'' X 38''
  • Weight Capacity: 440 lbs
  • Product Weight: 17.4 lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Alex T (Costa Mesa, US)
Solid dumbbell rack

This was pretty self-explanatory to assemble, but definitely requires tools since the nuts are lock nuts (I used a ratchet wrench and tongue & groove pliers which worked really well). But once set up, it seems really sturdy (and definitely preferable to the ground, which is what I've been using!).

This is fantastic to see! Wow - thanks for sharing this pic!

Corey (Stanford, US)
Solid Rack

The rack is good. Solid construction. Easy enough to assemble. You might find it wobbly after you build it, but that means you need to adjust your bottom bracket. I adjusted and it and it sits nice and level.

Thank you Cory and your nice pictures! Also your detailed review, have a nice day!

Joan Anderson (Ashland, US)
Dumbell rack

Great quality...just what I needed!

Thanks Joan! Thanks for your review!

Larry Wolken (Spring Mills, US)
Very sturdy - a bit tedious to assemble

Took a while to assemble but extremely sturdy in the end. I drilled the bottom pieces and installed casters which made it very convenient.

Rohan Shetty (New York, US)
Poor assembly instructions

Product is as described, however assembly (while not complicated) just needs better pictures and instructions on equipment needed to assemble