Fitness Gear Standard Plate Tree IV
The best feature is the box it came in.
Spend the extra $10 and get the other model. Most of the time I hang weights on this thing I think it is going to snap in two.
March 5, 2013
It does what I needed it to at a good price. Actually have it loaded with 220 lbs and it works.
January 22, 2013
A little shaky, but it works
This tree holds the weights I put on it, about 100lbs at a time, but it always shakes and makes me nervous. However I have never actually had any problems with it. I like it, but you may want to get a sturdier tree if you know you are going to put a lot of weights on it.
October 16, 2012
Gets the Job Done
Overall: Worth every penny and I'm likely to buy a second one to put on the other side of my squat rack.
September 16, 2012
It is kind of flimsy and do not fit all the 5-45 range of weights all at once. But it works.
August 22, 2012
Not very sturdy
This rack is okay for 10 lb and under plates but any heavier and it starts to wobble.
July 23, 2012
An ok product, seems very flimsy...
It's a decent product at a good price for a beginner's gym, but seems very shaky when you put weight on it. For something designed to hold up to 300lbs. It should'nt wobble after only 100lbs.
May 28, 2012
A little flimsy but gets the job done.
It holds the weight fine, but it is a bit flimsy when putting heavier weights on it.
May 7, 2012
This is an Ok weight tree, but it could use a bit. The first thing I had to change was to use carrage bolts on the top otherwise the hex bolts scratched up my plates. I had just gotten all my plates repainted and luckily I noticed it before they got scratched. The uprights could be a bit heavier steel as they bow quite a bit when it is full. The bottom holds maybe 30lbs before it bows. I might get another just to beef this one up.
May 2, 2012