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If you are looking for a versatile specialty Olympic bar to mix up your routine than look no further than the ARCHON Multi-Grip Specialty Olympic Bar.
ARCHON Multi-Grip Olympic Bar
If you are looking for a versatile specialty Olympic bar to mix up your routine than look no further than the ARCHON Multi-Grip Specialty Olympic Bar. Because this bar is equipped with close neutral, wide neutral, and angled grip positions, you can hit muscle groups in multiple ways. Great for working the triceps, biceps, and pectorals from multiple angles. Probably the most versatile specialty bar you will ever own. Grips are knurled, 28mm, and provide plenty of space for small to large hands. Flip the bar over, and you have a new angled position. While some of the more expensive bars on the market claim to offer performance, few offer chrome bar ends capable of fitting your High Tolerance Calibrated Olympic Plates.
Not on this unit. They are fixed sleeves intended for 2” Olympic Plates.
Thank you for your question, the distance between the closest neutral grips is 6″ center to center. The angled grips are distanced 15″ apart center to center and the further neutral grips are distanced 24″ center to center.
500LB Max “If you curl or press 500LBS you better tag us in the video (GRIN)!”
Our multi-grip barbell is specifically designed to fit most standard racks. The racking area goes from 41” to 54”
They are fixed, as in they do not spin; however, they are calibrated to fit competition (High Tolerance) plates.
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Use only genuine archon replacement parts. Failure to do so will void warranty and could result in personal injury or even death. There is a risk assumed by individuals who use this type of equipment. To minimize the risk, always follow these simple rules. 1.read and understand all enclosed instructions before using this equipment. 2.inspect equipment before each use. Replace all parts at the first signs of wear or damage. If in doubt about a specific part, do not use the equipment. Contact archon to speak with a product engineer. Failure to do so may result in injury. 3.follow routine maintenance. Refer to product manual or contact archon to speak with a product engineer. 4.consult your physician before starting any exercise program. Warm up properly before engaging in weight resistance training. 5.keep clear of all moving parts to prevent the risk of serious injury. 6.keep children from using equipment without direct adult supervision. Children should be kept at a safe distance when equipment is in use to prevent the injury. 7. To prevent possible tipping. It is recommended that your secure equipment to the floor to prevent possible tipping. Failure to do so you use equipment at your own risk.
Maintenance is not considered a warranty issue. Warranty is not transferable and original purchase receipt must be provided. Warranty claims are reviewed case by case by the ARCHON engineering department. The determination by the engineer is final.
Sweat and damp humid environments can cause corrosion of metal. You may have been to a gym where you see those little orange spots on knurling. For some individuals this is no bother, but for others they like that clean polished look to last. This can be accomplished through the following method:
Step – 1
Gather a NYLON Stiff Bristled Brush and 3-in-ONE Brand Multipurpose Oil.
Step – 2
Using your nylon brush, brush away excess chalk and grime.
Step – 3
Take your oil and coat your barbell. Next take your brush and work in the oil into the knurling.
ARCHON barbells are protected by the top coatings in the industry. Rather than the cheaper oxide coatings, “ARCHON only uses BLACK ZINC and CERAKOTE as we want you to enjoy a quality barbell for years to come.”