Rogue Wrist Roller

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.6
52 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Rogue Wrist Roller

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.6
52 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
Rogue Wrist Roller
$80.00
Rogue Wrist Roller - Rack Mount
$125.00
Ships in 7-10 Days
Compatible with 3x3 Monster Lite Uprights
Monster Lite to Infinity Retrofit Kit - Single
$27.50
For use with 2x3 Infinity Uprights
Rogue Loading Pin
$35.00
(1) Loading Pin. Strap and carabiner not included.

Gear Specs

BrandRogue Fitness
ColorBlack
Made In USAYes
Product Weight7LB freestanding, 15.5LB rack mount
Length15.5" freestanding, 17.5" rack mount
Width6" handle
Diameter2" grip handle
Material TypeSteel
Other Product SpecsIncludes (1) Carabiner
Infinity CompatibleYes
Monster Lite CompatibleYes
Product Description
Gear Specs
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Product Description

Available in both a rack-mounted and handheld/portable version, the Rogue Wrist Roller is a forearm and grip strength training tool that goes beyond traditional wrist curls.

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Rogue Wrist Roller

Available in both a rack-mounted and handheld/portable version, the Rogue Wrist Roller is a forearm and grip strength training tool that goes beyond traditional wrist curls.

Both versions of the Wrist Roller are manufactured from quality steel with 2” diameter, 6" handles and a durable 58.5” nylon strap and carabiner. For set-up, the user should place the Roller at shoulder level, either hooking the lower end of the strap through a kettlebell or using a loading pin to add their desired weight in plates. Carefully rotating the Wrist Roller's handles forward or backward will raise and lower the attached weight incrementally, creating a dynamic type of flexion and extension movement ideal for building stronger forearms.

The Rack Mount Wrist Roller is compatible with all 3x3” Monster Lite uprights and can also be easily retro-fitted for 2x3" Infinity units by using our optional adapter kit.* Each roller comes with shaft collars, a mounting panel, and a detent pin for a quick, secure set-up. The handheld version features the same design without the collars or mounting section, and can work different muscle groups—particularly the shoulders—since the user won’t have the aid of a rack in stabilizing the roller in front of them.

*Infinity Series Retro-Fit Kit: Owners of an Infinity rig or rack can add this kit to their order via the column on the right. It includes two UHMW plastic pieces and four screws to secure the plastic to the clasp of each unit.

Gear Specs

Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Available in Handheld or Rack-Mounted options
  • Rackmount Roller compatible with 3x3" Monster Lite Series and 2x3" Infinity Series (using retro-fit kit)
  • Total Length: 15.5" freestanding, 17.5" rack mount
  • Handles: 2” diameter, 6" handle width on either side of strap housing
  • Strap: Black Nylon, 58.5”, includes carabiner that can hook back to the strap after the weight is loaded
  • Color: Black
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Reviews

1 - 8 of 52 Reviews
BC Strength Training
Washington DC
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★★★★★
6 days ago
every gym should have this
Awesome piece of equipment. I have a small space, equipment like this goes a long way because you get a lot of bang for your buck without taking up tons of space in the gym. I would recommend this to any at home gym, garage gym or commercial gym
Yes, I recommend this product
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arca
san diego, ca
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1 week ago
Wish it was a bit smaller and lighter
I tried this at the gym I go to. The weight of the bar itself is heavy, to hold it in proper alignment with elbows tucked in at hips at a 90 degree angle was impossible for me currently. I see a photo with arms straight at shoulder height and I have heard that position activates shoulders instead. My hands are quite small and that makes it tricky to use. Holding the bar with straight arms, with a slight bend at the hips I am able to use it, and get a few reps in, and a forearm pump. It definitely wasn't made for beginner women in mind, but I hope to keep using and improve. I do wish there was a lighter more female inclusive model available, since you can add weight at the pin.
Yes, I recommend this product
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Donrh
WV
★★★★★
★★★★★
May 26
Good gear as always
The wrist roller arrived quickly and is made well. There was some weld spatter in the grip area that I had to remove and then I put some grip tape on the handles. Works great.
Yes, I recommend this product
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The hoodlum
North Riverside Illinois
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★★★★★
April 29
Popeye forearms
Really is sturdy and well built. A bit pricey,but you get what you pay for.
Yes, I recommend this product
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St-Joseph-du-Lac
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February 14
Don’t buy
Bad conception Poor quality of welds Expensive Very disappointed
Originally posted on roguecanada.ca

Response from Rogue Fitness:

April 7
We are sorry to see this, and will make sure the team gets this resolved for you.
jeepercdm
Carson City, NV
★★★★★
★★★★★
Sep 2021
Total forearm destruction
Great product to use if you are going for a Popeye the sailor man look, I enjoy using this
Yes, I recommend this product
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Scott27
Chicago, IL
★★★★★
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Aug 2021
Underwhelmed
I bought the rack mounted wrist roller. Three stars because it works, fits in the rack well, looks durable, etc. However, I was hoping for an upgrade over using a band wrapped around my barbell sleeve. Sadly, it's not. My issues are the same as in other reviews: 1. The strap attachment causes a big hump in the resistance curve. 2. The powder coat finish is too smooth, making grip more of a limiter than the wrists 3. The bearing mechanism has a lot of friction, making the negative feel too light For a Rogue product made in America, I expected more.
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Hagar41
NJ Shore
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Aug 2021
Finally a true forearm builder!
I raced pro motocross from early 70s into the mid 80s. To maintain and build the endurance of your grip and forearm strength, I used to use a device at my local gyn. Similar to this minus the cable (inplace of a strap) let you connect to the flat weights on gym equipment. It has increments from 10 lbs all the way up to 75 lbs. Back then I could roll up and down at the full 75 lb weight for roughly 20-30 minutes. Well today, Im a wee bit older, but excited to see something thats comparable to what I used back then. Cannot wait to see how long I can roll up and down maybe 15/20 lbs as a start on getting some of my grip back. Not to mention help with my arthritic hands today!!!
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