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Ethos Folding Wall Rack EXPIRED

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Dick's Sporting Goods has Ethos Folding Wall Rack on sale for $249.98. Select free store pickup where available. Additionally, earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase when you follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout).

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Features:
  • Multifunctional frame alternates between a squat rack, pull-up bar and power rack
  • Product folds into itself to save space
  • Rigidity and sturdiness is driven by 3"x3" 11 gauge steel
  • Uprights are stabilized with adjustable levelers, nothing contacts the floor when collapsing unit
  • Ideal for your home or garage gym
  • Pairs with the ETHOS Utility Bench for bench press exercises
  • 49.5" - Rack width, 57" - Wall mount stringer width x 92" height
  • Product weight: 159 lbs
  • Adjustable 1" spacing with 18 J-hook positions
  • ETHOS requires this unit to be bolted to wooden studs
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty

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    • This deal price is $200.01 lower (44.44% savings) than the list price of $449.99.
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    • Modified Return Policy – COVID 19: Due to the disruption caused by COVID-19, DICK'S Sporting Goods, has extended our Return Policy from 60 days to 90 days from the date of purchase. This applies to in-store and online purchases.
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I bought this on Black Friday for 299.99 at my local Dick's. It's really nice, and the optional spotter arms for $99 are really well made. For those of you wanting something foldable, this is a great option at a great price!

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EagerNose5490 asked this question on 01-05-2022 at 06:35 AM
01-05-2022 at 06:56 AM
According the the Dick's Sporting Goods site:

Box 1:
- 99lbs
- 4in H x 7in D x 92in W

Box 2:
- 104lbs
- 7in H x 13in D x 41in W
mehmehmehmeh asked this question on 01-05-2022 at 09:14 AM
01-05-2022 at 10:30 AM
There are height adjustable locks on each foot.
cheapshop asked this question on 01-04-2022 at 09:21 AM
02-17-2022 at 07:30 PM
it looks like 4 studs

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I had 495 on it with no issues.
I was in store checking these out and it's very sturdy feeling, looks very well built. However, there are some big caveats, as this uses a non-standard peg system, so your run of the mill J-hooks or accessories won't work with this system, and the J-hooks designed to work with the pegs can be bumped out of place relatively easily from underneath. The spotter arms aren't included either, which for such a stout rack, seems like a weird omission.

Otherwise it's a good deal if the peg system doesn't bother you, and you don't mind adding more for the arms.
Ethos is a quality brand. Had their squat rack and didn't have much to complain about.

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Good deal. I was looking for this all winter but they were hella-expensive.
Even contemplated making my own based on the design out of 4x4.
The $99 spotters are a bit expensive tho.
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Saves at least $1k compared to the PRX folding rack. I'll take it. I think PRX are leaders in quality folding racks and theirs are a bit easier to put away, but I rather save the cost difference and take a few extra steps to fold the rack. Thanks!!
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A third of the price of a rogue one 👍🏼
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Saves at least $1k compared to the PRX folding rack. I'll take it. I think PRX are leaders in quality folding racks and theirs are a bit easier to put away, but I rather save the cost difference and take a few extra steps to fold the rack. Thanks!!
Also, something to think about. PRX and rogue folding racks have much more add-on options in comparison. The build quality is also a bit better. I may cancel my order and cough up a few extra hundreds for the Rogue.
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Ethos is a quality brand. Had their squat rack and didn't have much to complain about.
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Saves at least $1k compared to the PRX folding rack. I'll take it. I think PRX are leaders in quality folding racks and theirs are a bit easier to put away, but I rather save the cost difference and take a few extra steps to fold the rack. Thanks!!
That was my thought when I got it. It's really great quality. I lot mine a lot.
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Good deal. I was looking for this all winter but they were hella-expensive.
Even contemplated making my own based on the design out of 4x4.
The $99 spotters are a bit expensive tho.
Not comparatively when you look at other brands. Add it all up and you end up with the rack, stringer, and spotter arms for $350. Still much less expensive than the Rogue or PRX. Which are great too, btw, but at this price, I can deal with some smaller inconveniences.
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Also, something to think about. PRX and rogue folding racks have much more add-on options in comparison. The build quality is also a bit better. I may cancel my order and cough up a few extra hundreds for the Rogue.
I wish this had some more add ons, but I was able to purchase portable pulleys and stuff from Spud Inc to compensate for lack of accessory attachments. It's not bad. Overall I'm really happy with the rack. I probably would've liked the PRX better, but saving hundreds makes me happy too hahahaha
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Anybody put 405 or so on here? Just wondering since some people will have 135-225 and give a great review but want to make sure it will work for me
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Anybody put 405 or so on here? Just wondering since some people will have 135-225 and give a great review but want to make sure it will work for me
I had 495 on it with no issues.
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FYI - there's a 10% discount online when you sign up with email or mobile number but wouldn't apply when checking out. I just picked up and asked them to apply and the manager entered the discount
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i picked this up. great quality. saves space. cons lack of attachments and beware how high off floor you attach it especially if putting in garage over foundation
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Something to be aware of. I bought the Rogue version of this rack and didn't take into account the slant in the garage foundation. If you are not mounting on an even surface just be aware. Same for adding horse stall mats after the fact, make sure you leave clearance, or install the mats first. Luckily it still worked for me but was a fraction of an inch away from having to remount it.
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