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Nov 23, 2012
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[Costco] Marcy Cage Home Gym System $599.99

Back in stock and they also have higher end smith models. Received a lot of great reviews from RFD. I already got the Fitness Reality from WM so I didn’t buy but wanted to post since it’s in stock! Enjoy
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Dec 23, 2012
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Probably best time to have one at home due to the pandemic.Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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Anyone have any recommendations on what kind of mats would mesh well with this rack? Where to buy them and how thick/wide/long they should be?
Looking to protecting the flooring and add some safety cushion between this heavyset equipment and the home floor.
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Jun 23, 2012
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Brainhunter wrote: Anyone have any recommendations on what kind of mats would mesh well with this rack? Where to buy them and how thick/wide/long they should be?
Looking to protecting the flooring and add some safety cushion between this heavyset equipment and the home floor.
https://www.costco.ca/fitfloor-4-ft.-x- ... 85313.html These are good, but you need to air them out and leave them in the sun for a week minimum.
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Mar 17, 2014
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Brainhunter wrote: Anyone have any recommendations on what kind of mats would mesh well with this rack? Where to buy them and how thick/wide/long they should be?
Looking to protecting the flooring and add some safety cushion between this heavyset equipment and the home floor.
I would suggest the crossfit/stall mats at Rymar Rubber:
https://shop.rymarrubber.ca/product-cat ... bber-mats/

Just beware that the 4x6 3/4" thick mats weigh about 100lbs each.
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Nov 16, 2018
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Just confirming this is regular price (when its in stock)?

I need one for new place in Spring but have no where to store it until then.
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tyensen2 wrote: I would suggest the crossfit/stall mats at Rymar Rubber:
https://shop.rymarrubber.ca/product-cat ... bber-mats/

Just beware that the 4x6 3/4" thick mats weigh about 100lbs each.
+1. Been looking for some for a while now but they're sold out everywhere near me or online places charge super high shipping (understandable since they're 100lb each).

I just want to set up my rackDisappointed Face
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the 4x6 (48"x72") mats aren't large enough, the footprint of this cage is (56 in. x 61 in. x 85 in.)
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Oct 7, 2015
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peakingduck wrote: +1. Been looking for some for a while now but they're sold out everywhere near me or online places charge super high shipping (understandable since they're 100lb each).

I just want to set up my rackDisappointed Face
Bit of a drive depending on where you live but I picked up 6 of the button stall mats from system equine. I went with the seconds (i.e. minor defects) which are not really an issue as the imperfections were minor. A couple of my mats were actually in perfect condition. The imperfect ones didn't have perfect corner edges.

They're $42.99 for seconds or if you want the good ones they're $54.99. And yes very heavy at 100 lbs or so and because they're floppy makes it hard to maneuver. They do help you load it to your vehicle though. I had a RAV4 and fit all 6 in there. Driving home wasn't fun because of the offgas.

https://systemequine.com/for-your-barn/ ... final-sale
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lmx116 wrote: Could someone please comment on this? Thanks.
https://www.costco.ca/marcy-combo-smith ... 84899.html
Looks like the most value at first, but it's a smith machine

I personally prefer having the bar free rather than assisted like on this model.

I ordered the 599$ model.

Haven't looked into mats or weights yet. I got a tile floor and I doubt the sound dampening mats I already have at home will be sufficient
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Sep 1, 2020
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By far one of the best cage systems for the price. If youre under 300lbs then this cage is for you. Does not come with weights ofcourse but you can do 100+ exercises on this if you have the proper cable attachments and a barbell. Ive owned mine for 6 months now and use it all the time.
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Thanks OP. I've been opportunistically bulking up my home gym over the past couple of years (pre-COVID) and this looks like a good deal for a cage setup. Note the 300lbs weight limit for anyone interested in doing 3+ plate squats ...

https://www.marcypro.com/marcy-cage-home-gym-mwm-7041
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That bicep curl looks uncomfortable.
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Just finished putting mine together. Obviously not gym level quality, but amazing value for the price and for a home gym setup.

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