Pull Up Bar | Doorway | Elevated

(5 customer reviews)


Elevated Doorway Pull Up Bar Features

• Universal-fit expandable bar ends adjust bar to fit all residential doorways  24 “/ 61cm to 36/ 91cm wide with molding up to 3.5” wide

• Two doorway-depth options: 10-16cm deep or 20 – 26cm deep (pick one from product options below)

• Premium construction with oversize tubing, quality hardware and ABS couplers means true stability on the wall and real rigidity for floor exercises
• Get highly metabolic home workouts that build muscle across the chest, arms, back, and core – fast
• Workouts get effective results with pull-ups, push-ups, body weight rows, dips, and sit ups
• Quickly switch between doorway and floor exercises.
• High density foam grips are long lasting and reduce strain for better workouts
• Build a full body gym with optional ab straps and gymnastic rings (sold separately) without bulky equipment taking up space
• Bar leverages body weight to lock in doorways without drilling or screws and supports up to 300 pounds. Assembly is quick and easy with tools included

Two doorway depth options : A:  10-16cm  or  B: 20-26cm




The Elevated Doorway Pull Up Bar

Get better workouts every day with the elevated XL Doorway Pull Up Bar. With wide diameter heavy steel tubing, premium hardware, exclusive ABS bar couplers and long lasting high density foam padding, The XL Doorway Pull Up Bar combines stable workouts with incredible range of motion.

Three grip positions target individual muscle groups across the chest, arms, back and core with a super quick change over to floor exercises as a push up and dip stand and as a brace for sit ups.

The elevated bar is great for taller users and gives you full range of motion for pull ups and expanded exercises with optional accessories like Gymnastic Rings and Ab Straps (accessories sold separately).

Expandable bar ends make the XL Doorway Pull Up Bar a universal fit for residential doorways 24 “/ 61cm to 36” / 91cm  in width without screws or drilling. Assembly is straight forward with all hardware and tools provided and you can shop with confidence, the XL Doorway Pull Up .

Additional information

Pull Up Door Depth

Pull Up Door Depth – 10 to 16cm, Pull Up Door Depth – 20 to 26cm

5 reviews for Pull Up Bar | Doorway | Elevated

  1. Donald CK

    Fast delivery from SF Express. I’ve only had this for two days but wow, I wish I wouldn’t have waited forever to buy it.

    I was a little hesitant on the price because I’m used to paying $200 for regular doorway pull up bars. This one is definitely worth $300. I’ll explain why.

    First of all – it has every pull up grip position. It has wide, close and neutral grip. The presence of all three is almost justification for the price on its own, in my opinion.

    What really sets this apart from others is the height of the bars. I can do pull ups and chin ups with full extension, which isn’t really possible with most home systems.

    This is seriously what I’ve been looking for in a home pull up bar forever. The positioning of the bars so high and far away from the doorway actually makes pull ups seem easier. You get full range of motion, which you’ll never get with a regular doorway bar, or even the bowflex body tower.

    I was super hesitant to buy this because all of the doorways in my apartment are in this funky little hallway, and none of the frames have much space on the sides. I really wasn’t sure it was gonna fit. Thanks to its adjustable width, this one fits perfectly, this extension bar may fit even wider doorway.

    Overall, well worth the money. I’ve already done more pull ups in the last 2 days than I have in the past two months!

  2. Calib

    Great quality pull-up bar, came with all the pieces including the plastic spacers in between where the bars bolt together. I had to use the extensions for my doorframe and they are solid connections. 170 lbs and holds my weight just fine. I love the raised height of the outer bar so that it is the same height as the door frame and my feet do not touch the floor anymore. No extra horizontal curvy parts I never use (like my old bar), and great angled ends for more natural wrist position when doing overhand pull-ups. You can use the inside bar that locks against the door frame, or the outer bar. I hang my resistance band from the inner bar and use the outer bar for overhand pull-up training thereby maintaining a proper and slight backwards lean when doing pull-ups (reduces rotator cuff injuries). Hands down the best one I have owned so far and will have this one for years to come. Great job in designing this product, I absolutely love it!!!

  3. RDJ

    This pull up bar is built like a tank. Seriously, probably the best one that I have used. The two cross bars (lower one that goes against the door and the upper one for the wide grip are each one solid piece. The item itself is 5 kilos (11 lbs). Handled my 220lbs without any issues. Be aware that it is pretty big and that you need to make sure you have some head clearance or else you’ll bump your head to the ceiling. Solid item.

  4. Jose

    Super secure, adjustable, taller than any other doorframe pullup bar I’ve seen, has neutral grip as an option (which is better than wide grip), and the price is good. Highly recommended.

    Frankly, if I were the manufacturer I would include two pieces of thick foam with the product for customers to use and just raise the price by a dollar or whatever. It allow you to use this in virtually any doorway. The cushion material protects the wall, the weight of the bar keeps them where they should be.

  5. Simon NB

    I just got this and it took me from opening the packing to assembling and done in less than 30 minutes with goofing around. It comes with everything you need. Very easy instructions and the font size is made for an 80-year-old could see.

    I have a standard bathroom doorway, no need for the extender but it comes w/ it for a wider doorway.

    It’s very light and sturdy. Don’t buy the others that don’t have a lot of surface area in the back for support against the top doorway to counter your weight.

    The handles or grip areas are nicely padded and you can always roll a towel over it if it starts to wear out due to use…
    You can also take it down from a pullup bar to a dip or push up bar on the floor…it’s sturdy enough.

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