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Rogue Wrist Roller

Rogue Wrist Roller
€76.00 Incl. Tax €91.96
Rogue Wrist Roller - Rack Mount
€170.00 Incl. Tax €205.70

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Compatible with 3x3 Monster Lite Uprights
Rogue Loading Pin
€50.00 Incl. Tax €60.50
(1) Loading Pin.Strap and carabiner not included.

Rogue Wrist Roller

Available in both a rack-mounted and handheld/portable version, the Rogue Wrist Roller is a forearm and grip strength training tool that goes beyond traditional wrist curls.

Both versions of the Wrist Roller are manufactured from quality steel with 2” diameter, 6" handles and a durable 58.5” nylon strap and carabiner. For set-up, the user should place the Roller at shoulder level, either hooking the lower end of the strap through a kettlebell or using a loading pin to add their desired weight in plates. Carefully rotating the Wrist Roller's handles forward or backward will raise and lower the attached weight incrementally, creating a dynamic type of flexion and extension movement ideal for building stronger forearms.

The Rack Mount Wrist Roller is compatible with all 3x3” Monster Lite uprights and can also be easily retro-fitted for 2x3" Infinity units by using our optional adapter kit.* Each roller comes with shaft collars, a mounting panel, and a detent pin for a quick, secure set-up. The handheld version features the same design without the collars or mounting section, and can work different muscle groups—particularly the shoulders—since the user won’t have the aid of a rack in stabilizing the roller in front of them.


  • Made in the USA
  • Available in Handheld or Rack-Mounted options
  • Rackmount Roller compatible with 3x3" Monster Lite Series and 2x3" Infinity Series (using retro-fit kit)
  • Total Length: 15.5" freestanding, 17.5" rack mount
  • Handles: 2” diameter, 6" handle width on either side of strap housing
  • Strap: Black Nylon, 58.5”, includes carabiner that can hook back to the strap after the weight is loaded
  • Color: Black

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 7LB freestanding, 15.5LB rack mount
Length 15.5" freestanding, 17.5" rack mount
Width 6" handle
Diameter 2" grip handle
Material Type Steel
Other Product Specs Includes (1) Carabiner
Infinity Compatible Yes
Monster Lite Compatible Yes
Rogue Wrist Roller is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from get jacked 4 arms got this a few weeks ago ,use them on my 4 arms & hand strength work out day. great piece of equipment thanks rogue .the PENGUIN .
Date published: 2021-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Freaking Awesome! This thing is a beast! Works beautifully! Only thing I am waiting for is the Monster Rack attachment for more isolation. Other than that, the hand held suspension is great for building supporting muscle and shoulder strength! Not one complaint!
Date published: 2021-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Perfect But May Be What You're Looking For Like most Rogue equipment this is a solid piece of kit overall. I specifically bought this wrist roller because it doesn't have knurling which is a difficult feature to find. It has nice thick handles in textured powder coat finish which provide challenging grip training with just enough texture that it's not slipping out of your hands--exactly what I wanted. Unfortunately it does have a fairly annoying design flaw. The strap connects to the roller itself using an off-center bar, which causes two issues, one minor and the other significant: Due to the off-center connection the roller doesn't roll smoothly, with a difference in resistance every time you wind around to the bump caused by the bar (Not a big deal). Much more annoying, as the weight reels in and the strap winds around the roller, the bump caused by the bar causes the strap to overspill the valley of the roller on the last few rolls, sending the weight off balance and usually resulting in a reverse roll to get it back on track. This isn't a major issue by any means, but it does get really annoying doing multiple sets. It's a very easy issue to fix, just increase the diameter of the guards on either side of the bar. For some reason Rogue seemed to assume the tool will be used held straight out from the body where one would have more space to play with before the strap overlaps, but anyone that's ever used a wrist roller knows you hold it by your waist if you want to get anything done. Other than that, it does what it says on the tin.
Date published: 2020-12-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed I have purchased a lot of Rogue products over the last several months and this is really the only one I am disappointed with. Poor grip and a challenge to get good technique as a result. Baffled as to why there isn’t a rack mounted version for my Monster Rack. Without a rack mount I am not too sure I would by it again. For the cost I would have expected more. Didn’t give it 1 star only because it is built like every other Rogue item and will last forever. Spend your money on something else though
Date published: 2020-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Totally awesome, just took too long to get it Built rugged, well priced and much heavier duty than I thought. Well worth the money. will last 3 lifetimes. As far as the wait, it took way to long to get this. Demand is huge, build them and take them off the shelf. Need more people, hire, relocate them to Columbus, get these items out the door!
Date published: 2020-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Provides a great forearm workout! I contemplated getting the rack mount version but went with just the handheld. I attached a 10lb plate and it give a great workout. I stand on a bench to give added length to the floor. Another secret is to use a band attached to your rack or something stationary and then attach the other end to a carabiner attached to the wrist roller. Major pump!!
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor attachment of strap, inadequate texture I'm going to go against the grain and confess I don't like this wrist roller. I bought it as an upgrade from a DIY roller, which I had constructed from a 1.5" PVC schedule 80 pipe, some duct tape, a tow strap, and some handlebar grip tape. Mounting that frankenstein construction on a shoulder-height rack safety pin worked great, but I was tired of moving the pin up and down, so bought the Rogue roller, expecting big improvements for the price. Unfortunately, negatives far outweigh the convenience of quickly attaching to and detaching from a rack upright. The heavy-duty strap has a loop at both ends, with one attached to a pin that extends from one side of the channel for the strap to the other. The pin is heavy duty, and sits about 1/2" above the surface your hands grip. This means that the shape around which the strap winds as you roll the device is not circular, and the effort is not consistent - the shape is roughly "egg" in cross-section. What this means is, when the strap is winding over that pin (you can just make out its silver color in Rogue's product picture), the effort required to rotate the roller increases, significantly. For the rest of the rotation, as the strap winds over a circular shape, the effort is consistent. What they should have done to mount the strap was place the pin _inside_ the diameter of the pipe, by cutting a slot into it (prior to mounting it to its bearings) and passing a pin through the end loop, then capping the pin so it can't slip out of the end loop or pull out of the slot. That way the wind would be consistent throughout. Not having access to a metal shop, I removed the pin and attached the strap to the roller with duct tape. Yes, duct tape. The strap is long enough that it already winds around the roller three times when I place it at shoulder level (I'm 6'2"), so the duct tape connection is plenty strong (it wouldn't work it I mounted it higher and stood on a bench to get a longer travel path for the weights, but works fine for shoulder-height). Now the resistance doesn't change throughout each rotation. Other problem - the grip on this is inadequate. At least some knurling would be nice. With 50lbs, it's a challenge to maintain a grip, even with liquid chalk. My fingers slip much sooner than my forearms are too tired to finish a rep. Planning on adding grip tape when I can ever find some post-COVID. One more FYI - because this is adjacent the upright, you have to use smaller plates than bumpers. Mounting mid safety-pin made it possible to use full size plates; this close to an upright, you're limited to metal 25lb as the largest plate diameter.
Date published: 2020-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good piece of gear but... I bought this in the spring and received it in late July. The rack attachment enables you to go heavier and isolate your forearms until failure without your shoulders fatiguing first. I was however disappointed when I received it and noticed the ill fitting Made In China bushing that retains the roller. You can definitely tell the size tolerance discrepancy from a part made in China. I did not expect this from Rogue as the other attachments I have ordered for my Rogue Rack were made in the USA and fit perfectly.
Date published: 2020-08-13
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