The Fitness Reality 810XLT Power Cage Review.

In this post we’ll quickly review the Fitness Reality 810XLT power cage and go over the good and the bad about this product.


Fitness Reality 810XLT


  • The Fitness Reality 810XLT has an 800 lb. weight capacity which is a real benefit for those of you that want to work up to or can lift heavier weights. The steel frame construction dimensions are 2 x 2 inches so you can rest assure that this will provide the extra support and durability for heavier loads.

  • It comes with two dual mounted safety bars that are equipped with 3 and one quarter inch lock-on safety bars that can be adjusted within 19 different height levels. The safety bars are also equipped to seat 7 foot Olympic bars for those of you that prefer Olympic bars for you lifting.

  • There is also a multi-positioned pull up bar at the top of the cage that can be used for a variety of exercises, these being mainly chin ups, wide grip and regular pull ups.

  • Keep in mind that the Olympic bar and weight plates are not included but it does come with an adjustable bench so at least you won’t have to worry about buying one. The bench can also be folded to 51″ L x 23.5″ w x 9″ H for storage so this should easily be able to be stored into your closet or a smaller area.

Fitness Reality 810XLT Power Cage - Dimensions and Weight:
D: 50.5 inches L x 46.5 inches W x 83.5 inches H. W: 133.5 pounds.

The Good and The Bad:

Good Bad
  • Ergonomic design
  • but will need to make sure you have extra space
  • Lock on safety bars
  • no barbell or weight plates included
  • Won’t need to spend money on a gym membership squat
  • but you will need the space in your place (get it? Space… place… I’m a poet and didn’t know it.. Ha! Umm… never-mind.)
  • Adjustable bench included
  • again, no weights or barbell so the bench won’t matter until you get a bar and weights

Final thoughts.

All in all this is a great purchase for the money. One thing you will need to keep in mind is that this rack doesn’t come with a barbell or weight plates so you will have to purchase those separately which will make your overall cost go up.

Also, you will need to make sure you have enough space in either your house, garage, or where ever you plan on setting up this power cage. If you are planning on setting this up in your home and using the full 800 lb weight capacity in an upstairs level you may want to consider a main floor or basement just because of the amount of weight.

If there is anything I forgot to cover please let me know in the comments below and I will do my best to get this review updated!

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3 thoughts on “The Fitness Reality 810XLT Power Cage Review.

  1. Would be nice if this came with an Olympic bar but I still think this is an overall good buy for the money. It does come with a bench so that helps.

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