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Weider 200 Lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbell Weight Set w/ Rack EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Weider 200 Lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbell Weight Set w/ Rack on sale for $239.99. Shipping is free otherwise you may select free store pickup where available. Thanks the-press-box

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  • 2x 10 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • 2x 15 Lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • 2x 20 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • 2x 25 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • 2x 30 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • 2-Tier Weight Rack
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Walmart [walmart.com] has the Weider 200 lb Rubber Hex Dumbbell Weight Set with Rack for $239.99. Shipping is free.

Included Weights
  • (2) 10 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • (2) 15 Lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • (2) 20 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • (2) 25 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
  • (2) 30 lb. Rubber Hex Dumbbells
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Definitely not trying to be a Debbie Downer but I would consider a set of powerblock or bowflex dumbbells at this price point. You can find them for a similar price on Craigslist. I got a set that goes from 5-90 pounds in 2.5 pound increments for $275. It saves a ton of space and they are very helpful for when you blow by the 30 pound dumbbells in no time. There are some cons to those too but you get so much more weight to work with.
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These were available for the same price always. How come this is a deal?
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This toy is not suitable for ages under 3 years.
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Pretty decent set and nice price with the rack. Wish I didn't already have some of these
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These were available for the same price always. How come this is a deal?
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These were available for the same price always. How come this is a deal?
looks like its marked down from $329
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this one looks like a better deal if you dont need 30lb weights and want a kit that starts at 5lbs.

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This would be better if it had 35lbs and 5lbs.
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Factor $20 extra you'll have to gift your delivery guy for the holidays
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I've had this set for a couple of years now. Got it from Sam's Club for $160 (no idea if they will offer it again or at what price). It's been great with zero issues.
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Factor $20 extra you'll have to gift your delivery guy for the holidays
...holidays? Like MLK day, or...?
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Nice rack������
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This toy is not suitable for ages under 3 years.
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Gotta see how many of these, the delivery guy will throw at me when he delivers !
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Definitely not trying to be a Debbie Downer but I would consider a set of powerblock or bowflex dumbbells at this price point. You can find them for a similar price on Craigslist. I got a set that goes from 5-90 pounds in 2.5 pound increments for $275. It saves a ton of space and they are very helpful for when you blow by the 30 pound dumbbells in no time. There are some cons to those too but you get so much more weight to work with.
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Definitely not trying to be a Debbie Downer but I would consider a set of powerblock or bowflex dumbbells at this price point. You can find them for a similar price on Craigslist. I got a set that goes from 5-90 pounds in 2.5 pound increments for $275. It saves a ton of space and they are very helpful for when you blow by the 30 pound dumbbells in no time. There are some cons to those too but you get so much more weight to work with.
I think I would agree with that. The set in the OP is nice for a very novice weight lifter with no plans to bulk up very much. 30 pounds just isn't much weight, at an absolute minimum you would want 50's for things like dumbell squats and bench press. The weights you mentioned sound nice if they go up to 90.. do they last though?
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