Rogue Monster Utility Bench

Rogue Monster Utility Bench
4/5

Builtscore

4 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
Based on 4 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Monster Utility Bench is designed with an extra-wide 24″ base and a heavy-duty 3×3″ 11-gauge steel frame. Manufactured in Columbus, OH, each unit ships disassembled from our warehouse to reduce shipping costs, and comes with all necessary hardware for a quick set-up, including a set of rubber feet for added sturdiness on uneven surfaces.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The Monster Utility Bench is designed with an extra-wide 24″ base and a heavy-duty 3×3″ 11-gauge steel frame. Manufactured in Columbus, OH, each unit ships disassembled from our warehouse to reduce shipping costs, and comes with all necessary hardware for a quick set-up, including a set of rubber feet for added sturdiness on uneven surfaces. The overall footprint is 44″ long x 24″ wide.You can customize the Monster Utility Bench during the ordering process by selecting your preferred bench height (standard vs. shorty) and type of bench pad (standard vs. Competition Fat Pad vs. Thompson Fat Pad). Our new Shorty Bench option allows athletes to use a Fat Pad while keeping the unit at a more traditional flat bench height.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

Length

47"

Width

24"

Steel Notes

3×3" 11 Gauge Steel

Foot Print

44" x 24"

Pad Width

12"

Pad Thickness

2.25"

Weight Capacity

1,000 + LB

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Rogue Monster Utility Bench
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
4 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4/5
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