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Adjustable Dumbbell 6.5-44 lbs Home Fitness Dumbbell with Anti-Slip Handle$119.99+FS

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Actually this is the cheapest price of 6.5-44 lbs I found
YMMV-same model on different platforms:

Walmart $119.99


I will appreciate if there any other choices

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Campmo.../245117876
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6.6/15/25/33/44lbs
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$10 more and you can get an extra 11lbs https://www.walmart.com/ip/PRCTZ-...ected=true

Edit: increments of 11/22/33/44/55lbs. Not ideal but good for the price. I ordered these earlier this week and get them today. If anyone wants feedback later.

25lb version with 5lb increments for $75 each dumbbell also cheapest out there
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Are these safe? I'm trying to visualize how the locking mechanism would work in a way that you couldn't accidentally twist-and-release the plates. Don't really want to drop weights on my head while doing overhead presses.
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Quote from TunaNugget :
6.6/15/25/33/44lbs
Oof really awkward increments, thanks for the heads up
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Are these safe? I'm trying to visualize how the locking mechanism would work in a way that you couldn't accidentally twist-and-release the plates. Don't really want to drop weights on my head while doing overhead presses.
These look like the core dumbbells; I think the rails at the end extend and lock onto the plates. You turn the handle to extend or retract. I personally use the cores and faster to change weight sizes vs bow flex type dumbbells
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Since it's been a long time, the manufacturers should be getting new stock in, and some people selling their equipment to go back to the gyms, the price for weights should come down right?
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They make some of these generic weights that go up every 3-4 pounds but cost a little bit more, 50 dollars more a piece but you may want to spend the money , or get the Bowflex SelectTech 552. The big weight jumps really make these less useful, but still not a bad deal overall especially if you need to save cash and don't mind the weight options.
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Lol, their picture states the dimensions are 28in x 48in for one dumbbell, that's a pretty massive dumbbell...

https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/0c480404-8f18-4345-8586-d3e75330a2e7.575086da9df9c1b4c60e4848cc3b42... [walmartimages.com]

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Lol, their picture states the dimensions are 28in x 48in for one dumbbell, that's a pretty massive dumbbell...

https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/0c480404-8f18-4345-8586-d3e75330a2e7.575086da9df9c1b4c60e4848cc3b42... [walmartimages.com]
That's funny.
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I think the photoshopped picture of the weights being used by people is great too!
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I dig these adjustable dumbbells. I have the Bowflex 552's and am really getting a good workout from them. Can't speak for this particular brand but it's a good alternative to say, sitting around. Good price. Good find, OP!
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Quote from CyanCrib8158 :
These look like the core dumbbells; I think the rails at the end extend and lock onto the plates. You turn the handle to extend or retract. I personally use the cores and faster to change weight sizes vs bow flex type dumbbells
I had the core dumbells for a few weeks than I sold them because one of the plates fell on me while working out. I now have powerblocks. I really liked the way the cores feel. They feel more like actual dumbells
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Looks like it's for 1 single adjustable dumbbell, not a pair.
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