What are Eleiko bars made of?

What are Eleiko bars made of?

The most famous bar in the world, the Eleiko bar, is produced by skilled craftsmen using special Swedish steel. Every bar, irrespective if it is used for training or competition, is skilled craftsmanship – from lathing of the tracks of the sleeves, to the final assembling.

How much weight can an Eleiko bar hold?

The quality of our steel and bar diameter delivers optimal stiffness and a feeling of stability during a lift. Designed with robust bronze bushings and built from high-quality Swedish steel, our powerlifting bars are engineered to withstand loads up to 1500 kg with unmatched performance and durability.

What bar does IPF use?

Certified for competition by the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) and designed for professional and competitive powerlifting athletes, the Eleiko IPF Powerlifting Competition Bar is specifically suited for the three powerlifting competition lifts – the squat, bench press and deadlift.

Why are Eleiko bars so expensive?

Eleiko prides itself on utilizing Swedish manufacturing and Swedish raw materials. And of course they make their barbells and bumper plates to high tolerances. All this costs more than manufacturing in other areas of the world.

Do Eleiko bars rust?

Rust is only a problem when it is in the floor of your car. Oxidation of your Eleiko bar, well it is going to take a while before it eats the bar away. You could wipe it over with some WD 40 and leave it on the rack. Better still just use it.

How much does an Eleiko bar cost?

It’s no secret that Eleiko products carry a hefty price tag. The Hybrid Bar is $726 before shipping.

How long does an eleiko bar last?


Spec Uesaka Training Bar Eleiko Training Bar
Sleeve Length 413mm 415mm
Barbell Length 2.2m 2.2m
Diameter 28mm 28mm
Warranty Lifetime 12 years

How much weight does it take to break a barbell?

A high-quality Olympic barbell can hold between 1,000lbs – 1,500lbs before the bar will start to bend or snap and most manufacturers will use a conservative figure when calculating weight limits.

Is Rogue IPF approved?

Rogue Joins the List of IPF-Approved Equipment for Powerlifting.

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