Gaiam Dumbbell Rack - Hand Weight Set Tree - Designed to Hold Neoprene Dumbbells - One Pair Each (3lb, 5lb, 8lb) (Weights Not Included)


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  • DUMBBELL RACK: Designed exclusively to hold Gaiam Neoprene Hand Weight Dumbbells (Weights Not Included)
  • HAND WEIGHT TREE: Holds one pair each of Gaiam Neoprene Dumbbells (3lb, 5lb and 8lb) - weights sold separately
  • DURABLE DESIGN: Built for everyday use and durable enough for commercial clubs and gyms, as well as at home
  • STAY ORGANIZED: Weight set rack has a compact footprint and helps keep your home gym or workout space clean and out of the way - great for small spaces at home in the bedroom, basement, office, etc.
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE WEIGHTS: Gaiam Neoprene Hand Weights are sold separately and not included with the Dumbbell Rack


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Gaiam Dumbbell Rack Hand Weight Tree is designed exclusively to hold Gaiam Neoprene Hand Weight Dumbbells and holds one pair each (3lb, 5lb and 8lb) - weights sold separately. Built for everyday use and durable enough for commercial clubs and gyms, as well as at home. Weight set rack has a compact footprint and helps keep your home gym or workout space clean and out of the way - great for small spaces at home in the bedroom, basement, office, etc.

Product details
  • Package Dimensions : 12.32 x 11.34 x 1.46 inches; 1.1 Pounds
  • Department : Unisex-adult
  • Date First Available : September 17, 2020
  • Manufacturer : Gaiam
  • ASIN : B08JF8HY4D
  • Best Sellers Rank: #358,386 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #217 in Strength Training Dumbbell Racks

I was sent a returned item which probably accounts for the somewhat lower price though this was not disclosed anywhere! I'm not sure I'd have bought a returned item. The packages inside were opened and one screw was missing. Luckily I had a workable substitute and could assemble it. Not worth returning.. Decent solution for lightweight dumbells. I'm using it for storage not for regular use. I don't think the design will allow it to hold up with regular use, i.e. weights being taken off and put back on. It'll get wobbly soon enough and the plastic rods connecting the two plates will break at the screws.

Very simple, plastic rack. Don't expect anything spectacular with this rack. Just buy it for mostly functionality as it does hold dumbbells just fine. I know it's designed for really small dumbbells, but I use it as a place to store my metal dumbbell bars and it's fine for that. Kind of awkward for those, not going to lie, but it does sit on the rack and the rack holds them. I believe the instructions said maximum weight of 33 lbs or close to that. Don't buy this rack thinking it's something heavy duty. Buy this rack for convenience sake for lighter dumbbells in general. It's also fairly short so if this is on the ground, you'll have to bend over quite a bit to reach your dumbbells.

Also, when putting it together, I'd suggest a cordless impact wrench or drill with philips bit as screwing in these screws by hand is a big chore. I started with a manual screwdriver and knew I would end up with arthritis at the end if I had to screw in like 12 screws total, so I grabbed my Milwaukee and it made the assembly so much easier. Just be careful not to overtighten obviously, as this is cheap material. Overall, it does what it's meant to do, so I can't knock it too much. Just understand what you're getting.

This is a middle of the road rack. I have a very sturdy rack that I normally put my weights on but for ease of use during a workout I like to have them closer. I have an apartment so not a large space - but when I had a house I didn't want to be running to the weight rack all the time.

The good is that this rack does support the level of weights. It is black and unobtrusive and easy to maneuver when empty.

The bad is that it wobbles a bit so you have to be careful and having to put together this rack with small screws was a pain. It does come with all the pieces but for something this size I would have preferred it to come assembled. The plastic is not great with the screws and it is harder to tighten.

Overall - it's ok but there might be better options that are higher quality even if for a larger price.

This dumbbell rack is perfectly functional and gets my weights up off the floor in my makeshift workout space (also known as my laundry room!) but I was surprised by just how lightweight the plastic feels. I am using it to store slightly smaller weights than it is rated for (I have 2lb/3lb/5lb instead of 3lb/5lb/8lb) and they fit just fine onto each level of the rack. The profile of the rack is very small overall - I think it would actually work best on top of another surface in a workout space (e.g., a bench / table / shelf) rather than on the floor, as you have to get all the way down in order to grab the weights. Super easy assembly with a manual screwdriver (came with two extra screws).

I thought this would be a better product since it’s from a quality brand.
On a grade scale, it’s a C- at best.
It holds hand weights, but it’s wobbly even with all the screws tightened all the way! The 2 sides are not anchored to a base, so it has no choice but to move side to side.
Plan a few minutes & a bit of patience to tighten little screws into plastic holes.

I ordered this to get my odd assortment of hand weights off the floor & it does that, but it’s limited - once this wobbles too much & the teeny screws that are included snap off, it’s done.
Like I said, it’s underwhelming.

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I love organization and this little stand helps out with small hand weights. It says to use these on 3, 5, and 8 lb weights, but I was also able to house 5, 8, and 10 lb weights easily. They are easy to remove and place back on without rubbing against the other weights and knocking them out. It's not as sturdy as I thought it would be, but overall still a good product. Installation, but I did use a drill to put it together. You can use a Phillips screwdriver but will be getting a good work out for wrist and grip strength by the time all 10 screws have been installed. It also came with some extra screws, which weren't needed.

If you're just planning to store your smallest dumbbells in the corner of the room, this rack is great. It's reasonably easy to assemble and stays together fairly well. It holds standard dumbbells up to 8 pounds on the lowest peg, up to 3 pounds on the highest peg. But it's very thin, cheap plastic, and isn't at all sturdy. If you're using your weights a few times a week, it's likely to get wobbly and loose pretty fast, and the cheap connectors may break. I can't recommend this unless you just want something to set aside your weights.

This was a really easy rack to assemble. Just screw each face plate to the plastic spacers. The spacers even have a flat side to keep them from rotating in place. We put 5, 8, and 10 pound weights on it and the rack seems pretty solid. If you push on it there is some movement front to back, but for the price it is exactly what I would expect.