RitFit Power Cage Review: High-Value, Low-Cost Versatile Home Gym
Author: Jessica Thomas, MPH
In our RitFit Power Cage review, we’ll talk about the ups and downs of this budget-friendly home gym machine. Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
12 included accessories to complement the base machine
High-grade steel J-hooks hold up to 1,000 lbs
Rubber liners protect the bar rod and absorb noise
5-degree incline design helps to prevent the weight from dropping
Beam has multiple grip positions
High-quality pulleys for smooth training
What needs improvement ...
Machine may be small for larger body frames
Some customers had trouble putting together
The included accessories allow this machine to offer a wide variety of exercise movements, functioning as a squat rack, weight storage rack, and cable crossover machine. The weight plate carriage sleeves fit both 1-inch or 2-inch plates.
This machine is ideal for smaller gym spaces, with its compact overall footprint compared to many of its competitors. The dual-stirrup handles and rolling-bar design give you the ability to adjust to fifteen different height positions, making this a great piece for a variety of people, as well.
3-year frame, 1-year parts
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Each side support on the machine can hold up to 330 pounds, providing great built-in storage and keeping your gym more space-efficient. Most reviewers found the machine fairly simple to put together and reported it to be a solid structure that met their expectations. If you’re looking for something to add to your home gym that will expand its range, this would be a great way to get started. This machine’s versatility lets you perform cable flys, bench press, and pull-ups, just to start.