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Weider 25lb Olympic Weight Plates $19.20 / 10lb Plates $8.90 / 2.5lb plates $3.30 + Free in-store pickup / free shipping on $45

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Home Depot has a pretty good price on Weider weight plates. I consider anything under $1/lb for new olympic plates to be a good deal. Especially for single plates rather than having to buy full weight sets.

The reviews are solid for these.

In my area they offer free in-store pickup or free ship to home for $45 orders.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Weide.../300436519
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Interesting... HD is in the business of exercising too. Do you even lift bro?
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Anyone have experience with DIY micro loading weights? Like using the 2.5lb plates with neodymium magnets and sticking them to cast iron dumbbells ?
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Anyone have experience with DIY micro loading weights? Like using the 2.5lb plates with neodymium magnets and sticking them to cast iron dumbbells ?
I have no experience with that but I don't see why it wouldn't work. Just make sure you glue those magnets on real good because you don't even want a 1.25 plate dropping on your face while benching. And use more than one magnet so if one fails you have backup. I've seen magnets come loose on Plate Mates. And those Plate Mates are insanely overpriced so DIY is a good idea.

What I'm still looking for is a solution for micro loading rubber dumbbells. I've tried wearing gloves with weights but I don't care much for it.

I'd love for whoever voted that this is not a good price to post a better deal on new plates. Seriously. I've never seen individual (not in sets) new plates sold for less than $1/lb.
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Dicks sporting goods has a 20% off coupon right now and the weights are priced at 1$ per pound. With the discount they are also very cheap.
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Dicks sporting goods has a 20% off coupon right now and the weights are priced at 1$ per pound. With the discount they are also very cheap.
That's a good deal too but is shipping free? I don't have a Dick's anywhere near me.

Please post the coupon info for those looking for a good deal on 5/35/45 plates.
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