Rx Smart Gear Drag Rope

Rx Smart Gear Drag Rope
Rx Smart Gear Drag Rope
Rx Smart Gear Drag Rope handles

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Unlike modern speed and jump ropes, RX Smart Gear’s Drag Rope has no swivel and no bearing. It is just two handles and a piece of polypropylene rope. Although the Drag Rope isn’t super heavy, it produces a constant air resistance that makes for an intense workout. The handles have a crisscross pattern on them that makes them easy to grip, even when your hands get sweaty.

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Made in USA

Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Simple but effective piece of equipment
  • Handles are easy to grip
  • Offered in three height ranges
  • Adds intensity to workouts
What needs improvement ...
  • Potential for braided rope to fray
  • Not long enough for people taller than 6’2”
  • No warranty information provided

Product Summary

The Drag Rope from Rx Smart Gear is a simple but highly effective rope that consists of two handles and a piece of polypropylene rope. However, that is all that is needed to produce a substantial drag coefficient, as well as a pretty cool wind tunnel noise when you use it. Although the Drag Rope will provide an intense, full-body workout, the handles are designed so that you can keep your grip on them even when you’re sweaty. 

 

Specs

Handle Mechanism

Bearing

Material

Textured rubber handle

Cable Type

PVC-coated aircraft grade cable

Weight

3.4 oz cable

Cable Length

Varies depending on height and adjustable within those ranges

Color

Black, Gray, Red, White

Made in the USA

Yes

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    Summary

    The Drag Rope by Rx Smart Gear is an old school classic. What it lacks in frills and gadgets, it makes up for in sweat equity. If you are looking to ramp up your jumping intensity, look no further.