Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates

Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates
Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates
Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates
Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates
Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates
4.6/5

Builtscore

4.6363636363636 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
Based on 11 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Machine calibrated precision (+/- 0.35oz)
  • Thin-cut design
  • Color-coded weights
  • Quality cast-iron
  • Good value
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In-Depth Review

Rogue Calibrated Steel Powerlifting Plates Review (Plus 2-Year Update)

Rogue Calibrated Steel Powerlifting Plates Review (Plus 2-Year Update)

The Rogue Calibrated Steel Powerlifting Plates are not only some of the best competition powerlifting plates currently available, but they're also the best value. With their precise plate weight, IPF approval, and exact diameter and thickness, the Rogue Calibrated Steel Powerlifting Plates are the best option available. Read the full review.

Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • After using Rogues KG Calibrated Powerlifting Plates over the past year, we can confidently recommend them for their durability and accuracy.
  • Price-wise, these are some of the best value calibrated plates on the market.
  • Due to being IPF-approved, these plates are extremely accurate and if they're not as stated, Rogue will send you a replacement.
  • The lips on the plates are large enough to make carrying and loading them easy.
  • Due to how thin the plates are, you can fit more weight than you'll ever lift on the bar.
  • They've been known to go on sale during Rogues Matte Black Friday Event.
  • Available in Kilograms or Pounds.
  • The lettering is raised and painted in a contrasting color to make identification easy.
What needs improvement ...
  • The paint on these plates is known to chip rather easily. Ours look much more used than they really have been. One reviewer wrote, "These weights are what you would expect for the price, except for the paint. The paint comes off very easy. They would be better if they used Cerakote like some of the Rogue bars."
  • Due to how thin they are, they can be difficult to lift off the ground if laying flat.

Product Summary

The Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates are machine-calibrated for minimal weight discrepancy. They are accurate within 0.35 ounces (10 grams) of the stated weight. Each disc is made from quality cast-iron with a slim design to allow maximum loading capacity. They are color-coded with white lettering for easy weight identification.

Calibration plugs are included on the back of each plate for further precision. The center hole is 1.9 inches in diameter for a snug fit on the barbell, however this may not work for inexpensive barbells that don’t meet IPF standard. The Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates can be ordered in pairs or as a full set.

Specifications:

  • Steel Powerlifting KG Discs
  • Machine calibrated +/- 10 grams (0.35 oz.)
  • More precision with calibration plugs on back of plates
  • Snug fit with 1.9 in. collar opening
  • 700+KG load capacity
  • Thin design
  • IPF Approved

Specs

Type

.25-kg-pair, .5-kg-pair, 1.25-kg-pair, 2.5-kg-pair, 5-kg-pair, 10-kg-pair, 15-kg-pair, 20-kg-pair, 25-kg-pair, 50-kg-pair

Made In USA

No

Weight Tolerance

+/- 10 grams

Collar Opening

50MM

10KG Plate Diameter

325MM

15KG Plate Diameter

400MM

20KG Plate Diameter

450MM

25KG Plate Diamter

450MM

50KG Plate Diameter

450MM

IPF Approved

Yes

Calibrated

Yes

GGR Community Reviews

Rogue Calibrated KG Steel Plates

GGR BuiltScore: 4.6/5
4.6363636363636 out of 5

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    Summary

    The Rogue KG Calibrated Powerlifting Plates are the best value calibrated plates that we've tested and reviewed. If you want consistent size and weight on your plates and plan to compete in powerlifting, these are by far your best option. They also look good, although expect the paint to chip over time.