Lojer Mobile Speed Pulley

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Mobile speed pulley is the best option for limited space or when wall-attachment cannot be used. It is also an excellent option for rehabilitation that takes place for example in rehabilitation wards.

The mobile speed pulley features a 50 kg encased weight stack, casters and two ropes with handles. Otherwise the functions are same as with regular Speed Pulleys.


Main features:

1. Possibility of starting with low weight and setting the weight precisely using one or two ropes

2. Not losing the weight even when doing explosive speed exercises

3. The mobility enables more options f.ex when doing rehabilitation exercises in rehabilitation wards


The movable, lowered Mobile Speed Pulley is a good option when space is limited or wall space cannot be used for attaching equipment. It is also an excellent option for situations where treatment or physiotherapy is to be carried out in wards.

The Mobile Speed Pulley features a 50 kg covered weight stack.

Overall height 190 cm
Width 66 cm
Depth 100 cm
Total weight 85 kg
Castors Ø75 mm, central locking
CE-marked Yes
Warranty 2 / 10 years

Technical features:

  • CE–marked medical equipment
  • Extremely sturdy construction
  • Four castors Ø75 mm with central locking
  • Two adjustment pins: one for adjusting the height of the rope and the second one acts as a range motion limiter
  • Two pulling ropes and two handles
  • Weight stack covered with steel casing for safety
  • Special pull cord mechanism transforms the outgoing resistance load at a ratio of 1:5 with one pull rope and 2:5 when using two pull ropes (see product card for examples and more information)
  • The height of the pulling handle and the length of the cord can be adjusted in 5 cm increments
  • Quiet, smooth resistance across the whole range of movement, and the pulling mechanism allows quick, even explosive exercise movements