Rep Stainless Steel Gladiator Olympic Barbell

4.4/5

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4.375 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The popular Rep Gladiator Olympic Barbell, now offered in stainless steel. The bar is made with a full stainless steel shaft and sleeves for the ultimate in performance and feel, combining the grip of bare steel, with the maintenance-free ease of stainless.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The popular Rep Gladiator Olympic Barbell, now offered in stainless steel. The bar is made with a full stainless steel shaft and sleeves for the ultimate in performance and feel, combining the grip of bare steel, with the maintenance-free ease of stainless.

Specs:

  • 205k tensile strength, 1500 lb rated
  • Medium depth knurl
  • 5 needle bearings per sleeve for a smooth spin
  • Dual knurl markings (powerlifting and weightlifting)
  • 28mm diameter
  • 5 year warranty.
Bar Type

Men's Bars

Bar Use

Olympic Weightlifting, CrossFit

Bar Weight

20KG

Diameter

28MM

Center Knurl

NO

Knurl Marks

Dual

Shaft Coating

Stainless Steel

Loadable Sleeve Length

16.5"

Sleeve Coating

Hard Chrome

Bushing/Bearing

Bearing

Tensile Strength

205,000 PSI

Guarantee/Warranty

5 Year Warranty

Made In USA

No

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Rep Stainless Steel Gladiator Olympic Barbell
Rated 4.375 out of 5 stars
8 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.4/5
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