DKN Squat and Dip Rack with Spotter Catchers Reviews

5.00 Rating 3 Reviews
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"The DKN squat and dip rack with spotter catchers offers a great variety of training options due to the adjustability of its frame. Its width is adjustable from 650mm to a maximum of 1070mm enabling it to accommodate bars of different lengths and at its narrowest setting it can be used as a dip station. The height of the uprights can also be changed from their lowest point at a height of 914mm to a maximum of 1564mm and finally the spotter catchers, which ensure safety and confidence for the user, can be altered from a low of 630mm to a maximum of 930mm in height. The stand can support a maximum load of 250kg (551lbs)."

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As a PT I can wholeheartedly recommend this rack. It’s well designed, safe and made from quality materials. The sliding mechanisms all work as they should and haven’t given me any trouble at all. It has enough adjustment in it to accommodate any bars I want to use and even my larger clients have no problems using it. Very good product!
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Posted 2 months ago
Great bit of kit this. Don’t be put off by the low price. It’s every bit as good as one that a friend has which cost a fair bit more. It’s well put together and very stable. Does what it says on the tin.
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Posted 3 months ago
Great product allowing you to do a range of good exercises.
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Posted 4 years ago