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50-lb PowerBlock Elite 50 Adjustable Dumbbell Set (Stage 1) EXPIRED

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Dick's Sporting Goods has 50-lb PowerBlock Elite 50 Adjustable Dumbbell Set (Stage 1) on sale for $224.99 (price shown in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks Jmaeng16
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  • Has a weight range of 5-50 pounds per hand.
  • This price is $15 lower than a previous Frontpage Deal.
  • Offer ends 11:59 PM PT on December 15, 2019. -oceanlake

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25% off sale at Dick's makes price $225

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Get the weights you need without sacrificing space in your at-home gym with the PowerBlock® Elite 5-50 lb Set. With a range of 5-50 pounds per hand, these PowerBlock® weights are great for the weight trainer of almost any level. Replacing 16 pairs or dumbbells or 825 pounds of free weights in the space of one pair, the PowerBlock® Elite 50 is ideal for maximizing space and uses a selector pin to easily change the product's weight.
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Has a weight range of 5-50 pounds per hand
Replaces 16 pairs of dumbbells or 825 pounds of free weights in the space of one pair
Changes weight in seconds using a selector pin similar to a weight stack at the gym
Increments: 2.5, 5, 7.5, 10, 15, 17.5, 20, 25, 27.5, 30, 35, 37.5, 40, 45, 47.5, 50 pounds per hand
Expandable later to 70-90 pounds per hand
Dimensions: 12" L x 6" W x 6" H
Ships in 2 boxes
Made in USA
Manufacturer's 10-year home use warranty
PowerBlock
Brand : PowerBlock
Country of Origin : Imported
Style : 5010008600
DICK'S Pro Tips
Web ID: 16PWKUPWRBLCKLT50SLC
SKU: 16122502

https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...lcklt50slc
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Great set of dumbbells, sturdy and easy to change weights. Not great for those with large wrists/forearms. You can't drop these more than a few inches the manual that comes with them says it voids the warranty.
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This or the Powerblock EXP Stage 1? They're the same price.
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This or the Powerblock EXP Stage 1? They're the same price.
From reddit: "The Personal Trainer set doesn't expand past 50lbs, which is fine if you don't think you'll ever go past that on dumbbells. Elite has two expansions to go from 50 to 70 and from 70 to 90. The EXP one looks similar in features to the Elites, not sure, don't even see the difference in features on their sites, just aesthetics? And the last one (Sport 50) doesn't have adder weights in the handle for a lot less increments (9). I got the Elites personally and they're great. I found an excellent deal on them through Google Express, though they do fluctuate in price on Amazon as well as low as $240, which is a bit more than I got them for through a Google Express coupon (20% off)."
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Those are some funky looking dumbbells. Will probably wait for those Bowflex ones to go on sale instead.
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I purchased these over a year ago after reading reviews and handling a variety of weights in the store. They beat out bowflex for me due to the ability to add more weight (I'm a weakling, but after a year of regular use have had to purchase the first added weight set) and the simplicity of the mechanism. It's very easy to change weights and they are much shorter than most of the competitors.

The downsides are that they're louder to use (the 5lb increments rattle a little) and they look weird. I'm also not sure that they're fully accurate, as when I travel, the same weights in other gyms seem heavier.
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Great set of dumbbells, sturdy and easy to change weights. Not great for those with large wrists/forearms. You can't drop these more than a few inches the manual that comes with them says it voids the warranty.
I drop the weights from knee height at the gym haha. Ooops?
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Those are some funky looking dumbbells. Will probably wait for those Bowflex ones to go on sale instead.
I bought the bow flex ones and returned them because it felt cheaply made. I bought this set and have been very happy with the build quality. As always, ymmv but hope you find what you're looking for!
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Larger men will likely blow by the 50-pound limit after 12-18 months into usage.
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DEAD it is now OOS
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Larger men will likely blow by the 50-pound limit after 12-18 months into usage.
Small man like me blow by 50 lbs easily too but there are still a lot of exercises one can do...tricep kickbacks, bicep curls, wrist curls etc that many would not need 35lbs, let alone 50 lbs
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these look like awesome foot rests for the computer workstation no?
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These are great dumbbells and amazing quality. I had Bowflex and returned them. You can also expand these to 90lbs (70 lbs Stage 2 and 90 lbs Stage 3)
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I drop the weights from knee height at the gym haha. Ooops?
The higher you drop the weights from the stronger you are
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