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55-Lbs Everyday Essentials Olympic Bumper Plate Weight Plate with Steel Hub EXPIRED

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Walmart has 55-Lbs Everyday Essentials Olympic Bumper Plate Weight Plate with Steel Hub on sale for $77.68. Shipping is free.

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  • 2" inner ring diameter
  • Total diameter: 17.75"
  • High density rubber plates
  • Solid stainless steel insert
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Caught a price reduction on some 55lb bumper plates @ Walmart. Snagged 2 and thought I'd share.

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chronage asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 02:39 PM
11-30-2021 at 02:59 PM
They've been around for awhile. At least a decade. Just not very common.
11-30-2021 at 04:23 PM
it's not a new trend for countries that use kilograms. 25kg is the equivalent of 55lbs, and 20kg is the equivalent of 45lbs. also, 55lbs/25kgs are used for competitions.

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This would have been a great deal even BEFORE covid-related gym equipment shortages
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This is the first time I have seen 55lb. Prefer the 45lb since most Barbells weigh that.
You might know them differently. Most people call them 25KG plates.
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This is the first time I have seen 55lb. Prefer the 45lb since most Barbells weigh that.
They are awesome for landmines
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$1.4/lbs seems like a great deal for new bumper plates. Even a decent deal compared many new iron plates. In for 2.
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This is the first time I have seen 55lb. Prefer the 45lb since most Barbells weigh that.

Walmart also has the "Tru Grit Olympic Bumper Plate 45LB Pair Weight Set for $126.90" It says 25lbs on the top but its 45lbs if you look at the weight selection on the side. I should put it on slickdeal if its not on there already, but I never done it before. Always been a lurker.
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I decided to post this deal I mention up top . My first time too. I hope I did it right.
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You might know them differently. Most people call them 25KG plates.
^^^this. Little known fact: all plates in pounds began as a conversion from metric. Barbells are typically 20kg which is roughly 45lbs. And kg plates typically start at 25kg and go down in 5kg increments. 25kg=55lbs, 20kg=45lbs, 15kg=35lbs, 10kg=25lbs, and so on. None of them are exact (the 55lb plates are actually closest), but it's rounded to the nearest 5lb increment.
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I'm ordered 2 for no goddamn reason, I'm maxing out at 205 right now. And have 230 in bumper plates already. Employee discount helped tho
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Thanks Op. Bought now, think later. Free 90 day returns. Might have FOMO when price goes back up. For comparison, (2) 55lb Rogue HG2.0 bumpers are $285 shipped. I would say if you deadlift and looking to expand your weights, get this.
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I've got 250 #'s of Xmark bumpers which I assume are the same as these. They work great for the price...which with this style of Hi-impact bumper plates I don't see much of any reason to pay a premium from any other brand (They're all made in the same factories).

I've got a mix of crumble bumpers on top of that, plus a bunch of random Iron so I really don't know if I need this. BUT it's tempting.
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Thanks Op. Bought now, think later. Free 90 day returns. Might have FOMO when price goes back up. For comparison, (2) 55lb Rogue HG2.0 bumpers are $285 shipped. I would say if you deadlift and looking to expand your weights, get this.
That's basically why I bought a pair. I can deadlift and farmer's carry all the plates I have at the moment so this was the perfect deal.
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Walmart also has the "Tru Grit Olympic Bumper Plate 45LB Pair Weight Set for $126.90" It says 25lbs on the top but its 45lbs if you look at the weight selection on the side. I should put it on slickdeal if its not on there already, but I never done it before. Always been a lurker.
Thanks for pointing that out. This has been the best price for bumpers that I have seen since covid.
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^^^this. Little known fact: all plates in pounds began as a conversion from metric. Barbells are typically 20kg which is roughly 45lbs. And kg plates typically start at 25kg and go down in 5kg increments. 25kg=55lbs, 20kg=45lbs, 15kg=35lbs, 10kg=25lbs, and so on. None of them are exact (the 55lb plates are actually closest), but it's rounded to the nearest 5lb increment.
Pound plates are supposed to weigh what they say in pounds, not just a conversion from metric rounded. Cheap plates have crappy tolerance, but good plates (Rogue, et al.) with stated tolerance weigh what they're supposed to: 45lbs, not 44, 25 lbs, not 22, etc.
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If anyone has bought this brand in the past...curious to know how strong of an odor they give off when they're brand new. TIA
I have a sensitive nose, so every brand I've bought has a funky smell to me. I just clean em outside and keep them out there to "bake" for a couple of days before bringing them inside.
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Pound plates are supposed to weigh what they say in pounds, not just a conversion from metric rounded. Cheap plates have crappy tolerance, but good plates (Rogue, et al.) with stated tolerance weigh what they're supposed to: 45lbs, not 44, 25 lbs, not 22, etc.
Some of us pay extra for 45s that actually way 42 so we think we're more jacked than we are.
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