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Rogue Mounted Chalk Bowl is rated
3.3 out of
Rated 3 out of
good but...It's great that it attaches to the tree but I agree with the previous reviewer that the bowl is low quality which is inconsistent with the Rogue brand. A high quality bowl with a hinge attached lid so that the chalk doesn't dry out or blow away would be a better product.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of
Works wellAfter reading the review about how this doesn't mount to the strip, I felt the need to share what it does mount it to. I have mine mounted to my rogue plate tree and it works well. I was concerned if the metal bracket would interfere with loading plates onto the peg or if full size plates would be blocked by the bowl itself. Pleased to say that it works fine and I feel this is the way rogue designed the product to be used. As far as how the bowl is mounted, rogue has plenty of pictures of said product so it's not like they try to keep it a secret. The only thing I don't like about this product is how thin, lightweight and fragile the bowl is. I've bumped into the bowl quite a few times and every time I do so I cringe because I'm afraid I'm going to damage it. I was expecting the bowl to be thick, heavy duty metal that will last a lifetime but instead got something I could have picked up at walmart for a few dollars. It's worth mentioning that the bowl itself is not made by rogue so hopefully they come out with a revision that addresses that issue. Otherwise it's well worth the money.
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 2 out of
Doesn't fit 'The Strip'While the bracket is solidly built (the bowl is just a mixing bowl with 4 holes), it is probably the only Rogue accessory that bolts directly to the face it hangs from. This makes it incompatible with the wall-mount 'strip' since it has holes on the two sides perpendicular from to the wall. Every other accessory I've seen on this site has a 'clamp' style attachment where holes on a bracket accept a pin/bolt with the item being the in the middle (think a C shape).
It's disappointing, since this bowl does extend 20 inches from the mount point and mounting it on a strip elsewhere in the garage was going to keep it out of the way.
If you have the space around your rack to mount a 20" extension including a 12" round bowl in a way that doesn't impede movement, weight mounts, or pullups, it's a solid post and quite enough space for chalk.