TOP 13 Best Dumbbell Racks of 2020 Reviewed + Buying Guide
Get your home and garage gym organized with the right dumbbell rack!
Keeping your dumbbells up and out of the way is not just a matter of aesthetics, it’s a matter of safety and security.
Dumbbells that sit on your home gym floor are a tripping hazard that can lead to injury and disaster.
I spent some time researching and investigating dumbbell racks and created this list of reviews of the 13 best dumbbell racks for garage and home gym so you can avoid accidents caused by wayward dumbbells.
I divided the reviews by racks that do and do not include dumbbells, along with a few that have high weight capacity for large and heavy dumbbell sets, along with a quick buying guide to help you decide.
Review: This simple “A” frame dumbbell rack is a stable space saver, perfect for smaller home and garage gyms. It accommodates 5 pairs of dumbbells, up to 35 lb per dumbbell, but be aware, not all combos will fit due to the spacing between slots.
The space between slot one and two is 4 inches, and increases in length until the last slot which is 5.5 inches between slot 4 and 5.
Holds 5 pairs of dumbbells.
Space-saving “A” frame design.
Holds dumbbells up to 35 lbs with a 200 lb MAX capacity.
Needs more space between the slots.
Inexpensive, stable and compact, good for a starter home gym or compact space.
Review: This budget-priced powder-coated three tier stadium-style dumbbell rack is a great rack for organizing a small compact home or garage gym. It is designed to hold up to 8 sets of dumbbells, but less, if the dumbbells are larger.
The top tier is a flat tray that can be used to store kettlebells and other small fitness equipment to help you clean up and organize your small workout space.
Attractive powder-coated finish.
Good for small dumbbell collection (6 to 8 pair under 25 lbs).
Top tray for kettlebells and other small items.
Not for weights over 25 lbs.
Attractive dumbbell rack that is perfect for a small collection of dumbbells and kettlebells, great for getting your fitness space organized.
Are you interested in starting your own collection of kettlebells? They are so versatile, it’s hard to imagine a well-stocked home gym without them. Check out this list of the best kettlebells for home and garage gyms.
If you are tight on space, I also have a list of adjustable kettlebells so you only need to buy one and have many different weights available. Take a look here.
Review: This inexpensive dumbbell rack is perfect for storing a small collection of dumbbells. It will give your home gym a professional look while keeping dumbbells safely and smartly stored out of the way.
The slanted rack makes it easy to get dumbbells in and out without pinching your hands and the rack itself has some heft and feels solid.
Holds 600 lbs of dumbbells.
Attractive pro look.
Only holds about 6 to 7 sets of dumbbells.
A low priced, compact dumbbell rack that looks great and keeps your dumbbells stored safely out of the way.
Review: The Bonnlo 3 tier stadium-style rack is offered at a reasonable price and holds a small collection of dumbbells, about 7 to 10 pair, depending on the weight and shape of dumbbells in your collection.
I really like the slanted shelves that make it easy and comfortable to get the dumbbells in and out of the rack.
The quality of the rack is mid-level, the screws are just barely long enough, and the finish is not perfect, but if you are looking for a bargain rack that holds a decent amount of weights, this rack fits the bill.
Holds 660 lbs total weight.
Holds 7 to 10 sets of dumbbells, depending on dumbbell weight and size.
Does not hold plate style dumbbells, the ones you put together with weight plates.
Best dumbbell rack in the tier stadium rack style in the lower-end price range.
Review: I love the space-saving “A” frame rack and the hex, no roll shape of the dumbbells on this top-rated package set. Its 150 lbs of weight and a space-saving rack at a fair price.
The dumbbells come in pairs from 5 to 25 lbs, good for intermediate athletes, and they have nice knurling so they won’t slip out of your hands.
All in all, this is one of the best dumbbell rack with weights packages available today.
150 lbs total weight included, pair of 5,10,15,20 & 25 lb dumbbells.
Convenient compact “A” frame rack included.
Hex shaped barbells won’t roll.
Most comfortable knurled and ergonomic handles.
Compact stand makes it a challenge to grab weights from the center.
All the dumbbells a beginner to intermediate level athlete needs in one neat compact space-saving package.
If you have a compact space to workout, this CAP dumbbell set is perfect. I also have something else you might find useful. If you are tight on space, an all-in-one home gym machine might be just what you need.
Review: The Stadium rack makes your home dumbbell set look and feel like a commercial gym. The flat slanted trays are ideal for hex dumbbells, and the slant makes them so easy to get dumbbells back in and out.
The lip of the tray is high enough to securely hold the dumbbells, while low enough to clearly display the dumbbell weight.
This is a heavy-duty rack, and holds a respectable 2000 lbs total weight.
Holds up to 15 pairs of hex dumbbells, up to 60 lbs each.
Holds up to 2000 lbs total weight.
Slanted trays make it easy to set and get dumbbells.
3 stadium-style trays.
Assembly instructions are unclear.
This attractive 2000 lb CAP rack is the best home dumbbell rack for heavy weights and complete dumbbell sets.
There are compact dumbbell racks and full-size racks.
Generally, full-size racks are racks for heavy weight, and hold more than 8 pairs of dumbbells. Full-sized racks are normally tiered racks that sit against the wall and take up a bit more space.
If you have a smaller collection of lighter dumbbells, you can get a shorter rack more compact rack, or the most space-saving rack, the “A” frame dumbbell rack.
How Many and How Heavy are Your Dumbbells?
Before you pick out a dumbbell rack, consider how many pairs of dumbbells you have and how heavy each dumbbell is. Lighter weight compact racks may not hold 50 or 80 lbs dumbbells, nor will they fit a complete set of dumbbells.
On the other hand, you may not need a heavy-duty rack or high capacity rack if you just have 4 or 5 pairs of dumbbells lighter than 20 lbs.
I have divided this list of dumbbell rack reviews up into home gym racks, dumbbell racks with dumbbells included and heavy-duty, high capacity racks so you can find exactly the dumbbell rack you need.