Hex Bar 72

HEX 72

Hex Bar 72


This hex bar is a 72 inches bar that is designed to keep weight centered through the midline of the body, allowing athletes to lift more weight with it than with a regular barbell. Users who want to concentrate on form and grip strength will benefit from the hex bar’s two separate knurled grip points, which provide convenience and versatility.


Hex Bar 72


  • Material: A3 steel
  • Finishes: bright chrome
  • Internal diameter: 28 mm
  • Bearing: 2
  • Tolerance: ±1%
  • Length: 1820mm
  • Bearing: 2 ball bearing
  • Capacity: 500LB


  • 2 ball bearing and 2 bushing
  • This hex bar is strong and sturdy and able to withstand a consistent beating without getting damaged or simply falling apart.
  • Hex bars are perfect as you can grip heavy loads without tiring out your grip.
  • For intense, high-rep training, these bushings dramatically minimize friction to both provide a reliable spin and help extend the shelf life of the bar itself.
  • The bar sleeves are precision welded to eliminate failure.
  • The weld is semi-concealed to not interfere with plates resting flush against the sleeve collar.

Quality Judgement Tips:

  • Check whether the basic parameters of the bar and the material used match the actual bar.
  • Check whether the finish treatment is of high quality and provides an attractive finish.
  • Sleeve fixation: Look for either snap ring or end cap systems to connect the barbell sleeve to the shaft. Avoid bars that use hex bolts, which are unreliable.
  • Rotate the sleeve and check whether the rotation is concentric. Rotate it by hand and observe the number of rotational turns; the more turns,  the more sophisticated the processing technology, and the more advanced the combination of shaft and sleeve.
  • Weight: The smaller the tolerance between the actual weight and the standard weight, the better. The weight tolerance of each part should be within the following range:


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Learn more buying tips: Best Gym Owner’s Barbell Buying Guide