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PowerBlock Elite EXP Adjustable Stage 1 Dumbbell Set (Refinished) EXPIRED

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Sport.Woot has PowerBlock Elite EXP Adjustable Stage 1 Dumbbell Set (Refinished) for $244.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise flat-rate of $6 shipping. Thanks Deep_420

Note: These are new condition but due to a product name change, the paint may have minor cosmetic blemishes. The item itself has the same features as the PowerBlock EXP, however the product will be as shown (PowerBlock Elite EXP).

Also available:
  • Stage 2 Expansion Kit (Refinished) $109.99
  • Stage 3 Expansion Kit (Refinished) $109.99
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Woot is offerring the Expandable Powerblock set for $244.99.
Looks like these are the regular PowerBlock set but were initially branded as PowerBlock Elite.

First time poster, hope I did this right.

Woot also has the PowerBlock Personal Trainer Adjustable Dumbbell Set (Not Expandable) for $239.99


https://sport.woot.com/offers/pow...cnt_wp_5_1

Your Choice: Stage 1 Dumbbell Set or Stage 2 or 3 Expansion Kit

PowerBlock Elite EXP Stage 1 Dumbell Set

Has weight range from 5-50 lbs per hand
Replaces 16 pairs of dumbbells or 825 lbs of free weights
Includes two 2.5 lb adder weights per handle at no charge to micro-load weight adjustments
Expandable later to 70 or 90 lbs per hand
Increments: 2.5 (adder weight), 5, 7.5, 10, 15, 17.5, 20, 25, 27.5, 30, 35, 37.5, 40, 45, 47.5, 50 lbs per hand
Dimensions: 12" L x 6.5" W x 6.5" H
May ship in 2 boxes
PowerBlock Elite Stage 1 Set will not work with Classic Elite expansion kits, only Elite EXP
PowerBlock Elite EXP Stage 2 Kit

Expands PowerBlock EXP Stage I set from 50 lbs to 70 lbs per hand
Adds 6 additional increments to 50 lb set
70 lb set will now replace 22 pairs of dumbbells
Expandable later to 90 lbs
Replaces an additional 750 lbs of free weights
Dimensions: 19" L x 10" W x 10" H
PowerBlock Elite Stage 2 Expansion kit will not work with Classic Elite sets, only Elite EXP
Powerblack Elite EXP Stage 3 Kit

Expands PowerBlock EXP 70 set from 70 lbs to 90 lbs per hand
Adds 6 additional increments to 70 lb set
90 lb set will now replace 28 pairs of dumbbells
Replaces an additional 990 lbs of free weights
Added increments achieved: 75, 77.5, 80, 85, 87.5, 90, lbs per hand
Dimensions: 16" L x 6.5" W x 6.5" H
PowerBlock Elite Stage 3 Expansion kit will not work with Classic Elite sets, only Elite EXP


Buyer's Note: The item we are selling was an initial run from PowerBlock, but then was later renamed the PowerBlock EXP. The item itself has the same features as the PowerBlock EXP, however the product will be as shown (PowerBlock Elite EXP). This is why we are able to offer such a great deal.

What is Refinished Condition? These are new condition but due to a product name change, the paint may have minor cosmetic blemishes.
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This can only be expandable to 90?
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Nice. In for the base plus the first expansion.
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Brilliant thank you OP, have been meaning to try some of these adjustable dumbbells for a while.
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Great deal got these like 2 months ago from Walmart for 300 after cash back. Although they were new, I'd trade $55 for refinished. Really happy with them
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Walmart has below PowerBlock Elite set 50 pound Dumbbell Single for $145.80:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/PowerB...e/42099434

How are walmart one's compared to Woot's PowerBlock Elite Stage 1 Set?
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Walmart has below PowerBlock Elite set 50 pound Dumbbell Single for $145.80:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/PowerB...e/42099434

How are walmart one's compared to Woot's PowerBlock Elite Stage 1 Set?
In the about this item section, it states this is 1 dumbbell (not a pair), as opposed to the pair you would get from woot.
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In the about this item section, it states this is 1 dumbbell (not a pair), as opposed to the pair you would get from woot.
In addition to the fact that its 1 dumbbell, the ones from Walmart are not expandable.

If you want to purchase an expandable powerblock (any model) then it would have an EXP in their name. Atleast all the new models listed on their website is how they are named.
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I'd also like to know what's a good bench to go with these.
I've been looking at the ironmaster bench, good quality and lots of attachments
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Quote from butter123
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Walmart has below PowerBlock Elite set 50 pound Dumbbell Single for $145.80:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/PowerB...e/42099434

How are walmart one's compared to Woot's PowerBlock Elite Stage 1 Set?
The problem with PowerBlock is they absolutely do not advertise the differences between models and make it super obscure. The Walmart Elite is a slightly older model. Still expandable. The Woot one is the recent revision to the Sport EXP, now just called EXP (likely proposed and canceled name as Elite EXP hence this closeout). From appearances, the weight increments are the same but the shafts where the 2.5 lb weights go into are moved to the bottom in the EXP vs the top in the Elite so there is less of the "cage" feel that a lot of people complain about. Otherwise looks pretty much the same. I debating upgrading from my Elite but don't see any point. Also the Elite has color coding on the weight plates instead of number labels, that may be worse actually because you have to look at the color key on top to see the color corresponding to weight.
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In addition to the fact that its 1 dumbbell, the ones from Walmart are not expandable.

If you want to purchase an expandable powerblock (any model) then it would have an EXP in their name. Atleast all the new models listed on their website is how they are named.
Wrong, EXP is a recently adopted model name, there are plenty of older models that are expandable including the Walmart one. The expansion kits are listed right on the Walmart page in the suggested items. The Classic is the one that looks similar that is not expandable.
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Wrong, EXP is a recently adopted model name, there are plenty of older models that are expandable including the Walmart one. The expansion kits are listed right on the Walmart page in the suggested items. The Classic is the one that looks similar that is not expandable.
I stand corrected. The ones listed on the Walmart site do say they are expandable in the product description. Agreed that PB's naming is difficult to understand. Only the new ones on their website that have EXP listed next to them seem to be the ones you can expand.
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I've had the old 70lb version for years. These things are built really well and I've never had an issue.
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I'd urge folks to try before buying these or the bowflex ones, I ultimately went with the bowflex ones but there it's a very weird feel if you are used to the dumbells at the gym ( esp rubber coated ones ) ..
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The problem with PowerBlock is they absolutely do not advertise the differences between models and make it super obscure. The Walmart Elite is a slightly older model. Still expandable. The Woot one is the recent revision to the Sport EXP, now just called EXP (likely proposed and canceled name as Elite EXP hence this closeout). From appearances, the weight increments are the same but the shafts where the 2.5 lb weights go into are moved to the bottom in the EXP vs the top in the Elite so there is less of the "cage" feel that a lot of people complain about. Otherwise looks pretty much the same. I debating upgrading from my Elite but don't see any point. Also the Elite has color coding on the weight plates instead of number labels, that may be worse actually because you have to look at the color key on top to see the color corresponding to weight.

Wrong, EXP is a recently adopted model name, there are plenty of older models that are expandable including the Walmart one. The expansion kits are listed right on the Walmart page in the suggested items. The Classic is the one that looks similar that is not expandable.
Would you know if this would fit the sports version?

http://www.powerblock.com/Sport%2...%20Set.php
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Are these compatible with powerblock bars for benching?
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Are these compatible with powerblock bars for benching?
Only the urethane ones are compatible with the bars so basically only the pro model and u models
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