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• One adjustable dumbbell with quick and easy weight adjustments from 5 to 25 lbs
• Dumbbell handle ends feature dual-sided weight selection wheel for weight selection
• Great for isolated muscle building workouts or a full body toning workout

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Might work well for my GF. Thanks!
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Lots of [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]-reviews on walmarts. Anyone know this is a good item?
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5-25 lbs would work for my wife.
Look out, we got a tough guy here......
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Anyone have experience with these compared to bow flex?
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Anyone have experience with these compared to bow flex?
Bow flex is better imho.
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Bow flex is better imho.
Thanks. Been looking at the bow flex to save on space
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A single off-brand 5-25 DB? This is not a great deal. Essentially $1/lb which isn't good for adjustables.

Also, even pro athletes need 5-25 weights, if you think you're too strong for light weights there's a good chance you have an ego problem, a lack of knowledge, or both.
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Dumbell (singular)

I picked up the PowerBlock PT 24 during the pandemic for my son (and I ended up using them for some of the lighter stuff). Might be worth the extra $20 if the form factor isn't a concern.

https://www.scheels.com/p/powerbl...00063.html

https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...24xxxxxslc
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Anyone have experience with these compared to bow flex?
Considering these only go up to a Max of 25lbs which is less than half of the 552's so not much of a comparison.

Unless your asking about build quality in which case IDK.
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A single off-brand 5-25 DB? This is not a great deal. Essentially $1/lb which isn't good for adjustables.

Also, even pro athletes need 5-25 weights, if you think you're too strong for light weights there's a good chance you have an ego problem, a lack of knowledge, or both.
Yeah but they need more than 25lb Max I think is the point. At least for the average large adult. So it makes much more sense to get something that goes from 5-50 IMO.
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A single off-brand 5-25 DB? This is not a great deal. Essentially $1/lb which isn't good for adjustables.

Also, even pro athletes need 5-25 weights, if you think you're too strong for light weights there's a good chance you have an ego problem, a lack of knowledge, or both.
As another has said, if the maximum weight is only 25lbs, then an average male will need another set with a higher max for any serious training. It's not an ego thing, it's a practical matter. What's the point of buying multiple sets of adjustable weights?

I *can* see one place where these make a lot of sense and that is if you are doing rehab and only need a specific maximum weight on hand at home in order to do specific exercises multiple times a day. It makes more sense than to take time out to go to the gym.

They have their place, but it's a bit of a niche IMHO.
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As another has said, if the maximum weight is only 25lbs, then an average male will need another set with a higher max for any serious training. It's not an ego thing, it's a practical matter. What's the point of buying multiple sets of adjustable weights?

I *can* see one place where these make a lot of sense and that is if you are doing rehab and only need a specific maximum weight on hand at home in order to do specific exercises multiple times a day. It makes more sense than to take time out to go to the gym.

They have their place, but it's a bit of a niche IMHO.
That's correct, but if you come into a thread about a 5-25 lb DB just to say it might work for your wife or GF, there's a really good chance there's an ego issue there. These comments are part of the reason some people have a "fear" of going to the gym, and they don't belong in any forum.

I'm guessing you mean "serious lifting," which can be part of serious training, but doesn't HAVE to be part of serious training. Weight is always relative, if this is easy for you, that's great, if it's hard work for you, that's great too.
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