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Old 08-21-2013, 01:37 PM   #1
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My get rxd equipment

Just thought I'd share my experience here with my order that I received today from get rxd.com. Items I ordered were the men's and women's wod bar, 160# bumpers, 2 44lb kettlebells 2 53lb kettlebells, barbell holder, 3 20lb wall balls 2 14lb wall balls 2 12lb wall balls, squat rack. Service from website was awesome, some questions I had were answered immediately through their email set up on web page. The price for these overall couldn't even be beat by local stores that "specialize" in garage gym outfitting even with the shipping. I looked at other competitors but for our small outfit here i decided to save money now, hope the gear lasts.Ordered the shipment last Thursday and it arrived today. Only downside to the whole order was the driver of the delivery company he was kind of a jerk (out of the companies hands I know). Can't wait to get it all out and get our small group started with some new equipment and exercises to add to the menu. Will review items in a month or so.
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Old 08-21-2013, 01:41 PM   #2
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Old 08-21-2013, 01:50 PM   #3
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What's the psi rating on the men's bar, and how does the knurling feel?
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Old 08-21-2013, 02:39 PM   #4
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I just have to get this off of my chest, sorry for the threadjack. PSI rating tells ou basically nothing unless you are planning to run the Mechanics of Materials equations on the bar. Just look at the load rating, theyve done all the physics legwork for you already to get that one.
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I just have to get this off of my chest, sorry for the threadjack. PSI rating tells ou basically nothing unless you are planning to run the Mechanics of Materials equations on the bar. Just look at the load rating, theyve done all the physics legwork for you already to get that one.
No apologies necessary. I for one do not know the psi, it was a bar that was in my range of spending, so i bought it. here is what the website itself gives as a specific description though:
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HANDLE DIAMETER: 28 mm
WEIGHT: 20KG or 44LB. +/- 3%
MAXIMUM CAPACITY: 700LB
FEATURES: Dual Snap-Ring Design. 4 bearings. Chrome

I'm not pullin 700lbs for any lift (only in my dreams) and i'm not going overhead over 250 anytime soon so i believe this will work fine for my circumstances. The knurling question, compared to my crappy other bars, it is just right, enough to feel, but not rugged/jagged feeling like some of the other bars I have. The spin is also just right, i tried some cleans today just messing around, and it is the best feeling bar I have ever tried (i am no expert though). hope that helps!
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Old 08-22-2013, 10:39 AM   #6
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Congratulations on your setup, looks like you are well on your way!! I love get rxd and if I ever grow out of my garage I want the Rigzilla to anchor my box. Make sure you post more pics soon!!
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Old 08-22-2013, 12:57 PM   #7
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I've had my Guillotine squat rack for a couple months now and it's serving me very well. Love it.
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