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Plate Loaded Low Row

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  • Low Row
  • Optional weight storage 
  • Heavy duty build quality

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Plate Loaded Low Row

Cable Pulley Plate Loaded Low Row

Our commercial specification plate loaded low row features heavy duty 8mm steel foot plates giving you a firm platform for building a thick back

Our machined aluminium pulleys and world famous exerflex cable provide a strong and smooth pulling movement when using this low row.


Weight loaded Plate Loaded Low Row machine UK

Heavy duty design

Because we use thick 30mm precision ground rails and high quality bearings this low row is suitable for commercial gym's and fitness facilities and does not flex like other cheaper low row machines.

Struggling for weight storage? Add up to 2 weight horns to provide easy access to plates while keeping the gym free from hazards.

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Additional Information

Length (mm) 2300
Width (mm) 1050
Height (mm) 1850
Weight (kg) 150.0000
  1. Awesome machine, great service! review by Nick's Gym on 14/11/2016

    Awesome Low Row with fantastic build quality!
    It's built bomb proof and the 30mm rails dwarf the rails on the life fitness kit I have.
    Service was also brilliant. Quick to respond and update me with progress and easy to deal with.
    Future customer guaranteed!

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