- Holds 2″ Plates
- 500 lb Weight Capacity
- Provides easy storage
- Rubber base to protecg floors
- 30 Day warranty
Keep your plates off the floor and right where you need them with the CAP Barbell 2 inch Plate Rack. Made for either home or commercial use, this rack offers ample storage for 2-inch plates, keeping them off your floor and right where you need them. Constructed of heavy-gauge steel and powder coated, they look great and will last for years. About CAP Barbell CAP Barbell is a leading distributor and provider of fitness equipment.
Launched in 1982 with a small inventory of free weights and benches, CAP Barbell has grown over the past 20+ years to include more than 600 products in 10 categories. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, CAP Barbell is dedicated to providing quality fitness equipment at competitive prices, by constructively designing, accurately testing, and manufacturing its products to perfection. Durable steel construction and powder-coat finish.
Secure storage and organization of 2-inch plates. Keeps floor protected and plates handy. 500-pound weight capacity. Dimensions: 22L x 19W x 37H inches.
Reviews of CAP Barbell Olympic 2-Inch Plate Rack
Review 1: Works perfectly in home gym, best value
This is the best value for home use. It holds all my plates easily. I have 6x45lbs, 2x35lbs, 2x25lbs, 2x10lbs, 4x5lbs, and 2×2.5lbs quantity plates. Don’t let some bad reviews fool you, some people aren’t that bright and complain about everything.
Review 2: Excellent rack so far! Not sure how much weight it will support over time…
I finally got sick of having my weight plates scattered around my gym area. After mulling over multiple choices, I opted for this one. At the time, the price was right, and I just needed to get something. It arrived a couple of days later and I was quite happy with what I received. It was easy to put together, and appeared to be in good working order. After several weeks, all seems well. No issues to report.
The only reason I’m giving it four stars is due to my uncertainty of the product’s durability. I have quite a bit of weight on the rack right now, but under the maximum. Even still, there does appear to be some movement that over time could likely cause the rack to stop holding weight effectively. So, I do wish it FELT a little more durable. Only time will tell though. I could be entirely wrong. It just seems like it could have been constructed of with a bit more solidity.
Honestly though, and in all fairness, for the $40 I spend on this at the time, it really is a pretty good deal. Just don’t expect commercial grade quality.
Review 3: Works.
Works for the small gym set up I have at home for days I don’t have time for a full lift. Seems sturdy. Depending on your weights, they may run into each other when on the rack but if you proportion them out properly this issue would be nominal. Be sure not to over tighten the leg bolts, as they are hollow and will begin to collapse in on themselves by force of the bolts.