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Pair of SmileMart 33lb Adjustable Dumbbell Set EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Pair of SmileMart 33lb Adjustable Dumbbell Set on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free.

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About this Product:
  • This dumbbell set is made of concrete weight plates and chrome finish bar. It comes with different sizes weight plates for you to adjust to your desirable dumbbell weight.
  • It is great for your upper body workouts, which helps tone and sculpt your arms, shoulders, back and also strengthen your muscles.
Includes:
  • 4x Weight Plates (5.5 lbs each)
  • 4x Weight Plates (4.4 lbs each)
  • 4x Weight Plates (3.3 lbs each)
  • 4x Weight Plates (2.8 lbs each)
  • 4x Spinlock Collars
  • 2x Dumbbell Bars

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  • This Dumbbell Set is Rated 4.1 Stars out of 5 Stars.
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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has Pair of 66lb Adjustable Dumbbell Set for $59.99 + Free Shipping

Material: Plastic Weight Plates & Chrome Finish Iron Bar & PE Collars
Internal Filler: Sand and Cement
Dumbbell Bar Size: 18.5 x 1" (L x Dia.)
Grip Length: 5.3"
G.W.: 67.3 lb
Color: Black
Weight Plate Quantity:
4pcs 5.5 lb Weight Plates = 22 lb
4pcs 4.4 lb Weight Plates = 17.6 lb
4pcs 3.3 lb Weight Plates = 13.2 lb
4pcs 2.8 lb Weight Plates = 11 lb

Packing List:
4 x Weight Plates each 5.5 lbs
4 x Weight Plates each 4.4 lbs
4 x Weight Plates each 3.3 lbs
4 x Weight Plates each 2.8 lbs
4 x Spinlock Collars
2 x Dumbbell Bars
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I just use a couple of 50lb potato sacks. In a few more months I may be able to put some potatoes back in them!
Just so it is clear, this is 66 lbs total weight split between two bars. Two plate bars that go to a max of 33lbs each.
"I literally curl my newborn child and put more clothes on her to add weight. Stop wasting money! 😤"

Also: these are OK if you're gonna keep a static amount for a long period of time (is in these are the 15lb dumbbells in March, 20lb in April, etc). If you want to switch between weights mid-workout, the screw on/off mechanic is going to get old. Fast. I'd highly recommend spending a little more for ones that can shift faster.

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Good price!
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What am I missing here? At <$1/lb this seems like a great price in the current market.
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What am I missing here? At <$1/lb this seems like a great price in the current market.
you're right, though these absolutely look like the cheapest dumbbells ive ever seen in my life. so long as they're heavy, who cares though right?
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Just keep in mind the weight plates are plastic. Also, they are fairly light individually and you can only get so many on the bar. Seems like a good price if you're getting started though!
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you're right, though these absolutely look like the cheapest dumbbells ive ever seen in my life. so long as they're heavy, who cares though right?
True weight is weight but the amount you can put on the bar with these fat plates is rather limiting.

I would have to go back to curling my purse with a bunch of heavy books lol
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"Sand and cement" waiting for some SD's to one up this with their home made weights...
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concrete weight plates… pass…
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Nice insight, thanks everyone. Am in for one for my wife, she just wanted some lighter weights to do her Les Mills workouts with (she asked for 10 pounds). Didn't wanna spend a ton on the Les Mills weights, so hopefully this will do the trick for her.
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They're so big that it looks cool when you're lifting it.
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"Sand and cement" waiting for some SD's to one up this with their home made weights...
"I literally curl my newborn child and put more clothes on her to add weight. Stop wasting money! 😤"

Also: these are OK if you're gonna keep a static amount for a long period of time (is in these are the 15lb dumbbells in March, 20lb in April, etc). If you want to switch between weights mid-workout, the screw on/off mechanic is going to get old. Fast. I'd highly recommend spending a little more for ones that can shift faster.
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Just so it is clear, this is 66 lbs total weight split between two bars. Two plate bars that go to a max of 33lbs each.
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Just so it is clear, this is 66 lbs total weight split between two bars. Two plate bars that go to a max of 33lbs each.
Are you sure? If so, then that's not much
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I just use a couple of 50lb potato sacks. In a few more months I may be able to put some potatoes back in them!
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