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- Quick-Lock handle design lets you add or remove plates with just a partial turn of the locking screws! US Patent 7,182,716
Adjust from 5-45 lbs each in 2.5 lb increments in just seconds. (45 lbs each dumbbell = 90 lbs total)
- Change weights on any flat surface. The Dumbbell Stand is not included but is available separately.
- Set includes two handles with four locking screws, 12 ea. 5 lb plates and 4 ea. 2.5 lb plates. Handles weigh 5 lbs empty and each locking screw weighs 2.5 lbs so the starting weight is 10 lbs each dumbbell before plates are added. 35 lbs of plates can be loaded on each handle.
- Dumbbells lock up tight with no rattling or looseness. They feel just like traditional fixed weight dumbbells and are not restrictive in the ways you can grip them.
- Chrome plated steel handles with diamond knurled grips.
- Heavy Duty - go ahead and drop them. No plastic or fragile parts!
- Lifetime warranty!
- Add-on kits available to expand the set to 75lbs each or go all the way up to 120 lbs each dumbbell.
- Dumbbell dimensions are just 6.7" square x 11.5" long at the 45lb size and just 9" long at 20lbs size. Handle grip diameter is 1.25" and there is 6.5" grip width inside.
- The weight plates are marked in both LBS and KGS.
We've had a lot of questions about upgrading to heavier weights in the future so we now offer an upgrade weight kit. The dumbbell handles and locking screws are the same parts as the 75 lb set so you can add more weight to the 45 lb set if you need it. Add up to 30 lbs per dumbbell with the standard included handles and locking screws. You can find the upgrade kit here: 75 lb Upgrade Kit
You can also get the 120 lb add on kit to use with this 45 lb set. The 120 lb add on kit comes with 4 of the 22.5 lb plates and 4 longer locking screws. If you put on the 22.5 lb plates on the handles, it will be 55 lbs total dumbbell weight. Then you can add the smaller plates to get up to 90 lbs total. Of course, if you add some 5 lb plates to get up to 75 lbs first then the 120 lb add on kit will take you all the way up to 120 lbs total.
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4.94/5 Stars out of 17 Reviews
Matt (Monroe, WA) | December 1st, 2016
Best Adjustable Free Weight Dumbbells. I live in a small apartment so space is important. I already had to give up my bench press so I wanted to make sure I at least had solid adjustable free weights. At first, like many, I looked at Bowflex. Every time I went to a store to check them out, they were broken and a mess. I read online how they were made of cheap plastic and how awkward they were to do certain types of exercises because they aren't shapped like regular dumbbells. I then looked into Powerblock and I was almost sold but then realized Powerblocks were also oddly shaped and hindered some forms of exercise due to the shape. I finally stumbled upon Ironmaster through some random fitness forums. They were made of high quality steel and look and act like regular dumbbells. I ended up buying these despite the higher price tag because I knew it was an investment in my workout. I've been using these for several months now. PROS: High quality steel Feels safe to use Easy to take weights on and off Act as regular dumbbells so no compromises CONS: Every so often, spinning on a weight plate seems difficult as if the threading isn't catching it right...not sure why I don't mind it, but it does take several seconds to spin on and off weights I would give this product a perfect score if it weren't for the occasional issue of spinning on the weight plate and it not locking (just keeps spinning). It doesn't happen often but even when the plates are all facing the same way and everything looks fine, some plates just don't seem to lock right. I've resolved this issue by just switching it out with another plate which is suppose to be the same thing...but then it works. - From Amazon