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Pro It's more than a pull-up bar
This free stand pull-up bar is a part of a full power cage. For an extra $100 you can get a bench for bench-pressing etc. It has bars on both sides to make squats and bench-presses safe to perform while alone - since the bar can not fall on you. This setup is perfect for a full home gym, if you are into doing 5x5 strength training, since it can cover all the excercises.
Pro Wide bar with curves and extras
The pull-up bar part of this setup makes it possible to do pull-ups in different positions - with a wide and a narrow grip. It also has bars crossing the main bars, meaning you can do extra narrow pull-ups with your palms facing eachother.
Con Takes up a lot of space
The setup is huge - 50.5 L x 46.5 W x 83.5 H inches. It weighs 133.5 pounds. It takes up a lot of space and is not easy to move around. This pull-up bar is an option if you want a dedicated home gym.