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CAP Barbell 2" Olympic Grip Plates: 50-lbs $31 or 25-lbs

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Amazon.com has select CAP Barbell 2" Olympic Grip Plates on sale for the prices listed below. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+ unless otherwise noted. Thanks tagging55

Note, add-on items will require a minimum order of $25+ to checkout and for free shipping (qualifying items shipped & sold by Amazon).

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  • 25-lbs $17.25
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  • 50-lbs $31.05
    • Usually ships within 2 to 3 days.
  • 2.5-lbs $1.73 (Add-On)
    • Usually ships within 2 to 3 days.
  • 5-lbs $3.45 (Add-On)
  • 10-lbs $6.90 (Add-On)
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Amazon Currently has the 2" Olympic grip plates priced at $0.69 cents a pound.

45 pound is $31.05
25 pound is $17.25
10 pound is $6.90
5 pound is $3.45
2.5 pound is $1.73

Free shipping with Amazon prime.

the limit for whatever reason is 3 per customer. and remember they are singles not pairs!!! which is minblowing

For whatever reason the 35 pound is more expensive per pound. Which you don't need 35's in your weightroom anyway. A 25 and 10 is 35.

Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0048PU...pldnSite=1
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Also Academy has some of these for the same price with possible free shipping.

https://www.academy.com/shop/brow...rbell%2522
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Very nice price.

They eliminated the 3 most useless items in normal 300lb sets, the 35lb plates and the "45lb" bar lol
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Very nice price.

They eliminated the 3 most useless items in normal 300lb sets, the 35lb plates and the "45lb" bar lol
Agreed.
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Got a 25. Great for warm ups. Thanks.
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Would multiple orders get canceled? I bought a pair of 45s from Walmart a few months ago. They are both dead-on at 44lbs, so while not a true 45lb plate, they are 20kg plates and having both weigh the same is surprising for the price. I'm very happy with them. Also, they are about 1/2" smaller diameter than IWF standard and bumper plates, so they are super easy to load for deadlifts if you make the first plate a bumper.
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Except 35, aka "Fake 45" — maybe the best line from Bro Science of all time.
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Looking to do a home gym setup when we move into our new house. Would two 45s, two 25s, two 10s, two 5s and two 2.5s be a good start? Should I grab anymore while they're on sale?
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Looking to do a home gym setup when we move into our new house. Would two 45s, two 25s, two 10s, two 5s and two 2.5s be a good start? Should I grab anymore while they're on sale?
Honestly about all you can do. They limit you to three. But again sold separately. So can only get one pair of each. What is your lifting experience level?
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The editors switched it saying the 45 is a 50. I didn't do that. The 45 lb is $ 31.05
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i have cap plates i bought years ago, still like them now...the ones like on the picture posted here

i remember when i found the 35s one day, made me happy, was one of those sizes you didnt stumble upon often but has its niche...i think one time i just lucked out and found the 35s at dicks
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Looking to do a home gym setup when we move into our new house. Would two 45s, two 25s, two 10s, two 5s and two 2.5s be a good start? Should I grab anymore while they're on sale?
you talking about using for a benching? i think it is a good start, but you may find yourself wanting four 5's and four 10's (and four 25's as you work your way up) down the road. as your work through sets and add more weight sometimes it is easier to just throw and extra plate on versus switching up to a higher plate.
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Looking to do a home gym setup when we move into our new house. Would two 45s, two 25s, two 10s, two 5s and two 2.5s be a good start? Should I grab anymore while they're on sale?
Since the price is excellent I would recommend buying a few extras sets of 5#, 10#, and 25#. This is said without knowing how much you bench/curl. When combined they can help reach the intermediate weights while minimizing the chance you have to constantly swap thrm between bar and dumbbells. Also, you can use the free weights for various exercises such as crunches, goblin squats, and Russian twists!
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Damn I thought it was rubber covered for the grip part. In that case only the 45s are worth getting, the rest are useless.
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