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15-lbs Everyday Essentials Olympic Bumper Weight Plate EXPIRED

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Walmart has 15-lbs Everyday Essentials Olympic Bumper Weight Plate for $22.50. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free trial) or on orders of $35+.

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Features:
  • 2" inner ring diameter
  • Total diameter: 17.75"
  • High density rubber plates
  • Solid stainless steel insert
  • Sold as single or set

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I purchased 4 of these Olympic plates on Jan 21 arrived 2 days later on Jan 23rd at this price all in good shape.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Balanc.../645785857

About this Product:
Bumper plates are constructed of high density rubber with solid stainless steel inserts that can withstand repeated drops and with minimal bounce
Each bumper plate has an inner ring with a diamter of 2" and fits any olympic barbell, dumbbell bar or sled with a 2" diameter
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Wow, nice to see prices returning to more normal after years of inflation from the world and scalpers.

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I bought some. Thank you!!
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Thanks. Ordered 4.
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I ordered these 25lbs couple of days back and yet to ship
https://www.walmart.com/ip/CAP-Ba...s/19226059

Also got the barbell
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Titan-.../498308038

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Weider.../773491485

I guess bumper is better for the house with tile floor on the room I am planning to use.

Barbell itself heavy for me... LOL!
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Wow, nice to see prices returning to more normal after years of inflation from the world and scalpers.
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I ordered these 25lbs couple of days back and yet to ship
https://www.walmart.com/ip/CAP-Ba...s/19226059

Also got the barbell
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Titan-.../498308038

and

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Weider.../773491485

I guess bumper is better for the house with tile floor on the room I am planning to use.

Barbell itself heavy for me... LOL!
Is that a good price for the bench you mentioned?
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Ordered several bumper plates around Christmas and never received the order. Just got it refunded last week.
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Sweet, I'm now pulling three plates on deadlift! Smilie

Side question that's bugged me for years. What are everyone's thoughts on using a single 15 rubber plate, with additional 10-25# steel plates adjacent to it?

I've heard 50/50 opinions on whether that's safe or not, but never something I wanted to try at home. It always seemed like a nice little hack if you didn't want to buy a ton of new plates just for doing light snatches or whatever. From my experience the 15# are a probably little too flexible for this, but maybe with a pair of them?
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Sweet, I'm now pulling three plates on deadlift! Smilie

Side question that's bugged me for years. What are everyone's thoughts on using a single 15 rubber plate, with additional 10-25# steel plates adjacent to it?

I've heard 50/50 opinions on whether that's safe or not, but never something I wanted to try at home. It always seemed like a nice little hack if you didn't want to buy a ton of new plates just for doing light snatches or whatever. From my experience the 15# are a probably little too flexible for this, but maybe with a pair of them?
15's are too thin to drop consistently with additional change plates IMO. At a minimum you would want a 25 if you are going to drop the barbell. If you're not dropping, then any bumper plate will do along with change plates.
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Quote from ash78 :
Sweet, I'm now pulling three plates on deadlift! Smilie

Side question that's bugged me for years. What are everyone's thoughts on using a single 15 rubber plate, with additional 10-25# steel plates adjacent to it?

I've heard 50/50 opinions on whether that's safe or not, but never something I wanted to try at home. It always seemed like a nice little hack if you didn't want to buy a ton of new plates just for doing light snatches or whatever. From my experience the 15# are a probably little too flexible for this, but maybe with a pair of them?
I would probably use 5 or 10lb steel plates without hesitation, but if the steel plate is heavier than the rubber then I would just try and buy more rubber plates. It also depends on your lifting style, if you're using a rack, dropping into gym mats, on concrete, etc.
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I would not add any steel over a 5lb to a single 15lb rubber plate. It will taco (bow) from the weight. Like said above the 25 should handle more and the 35lbs will handle quite a bit. 15 lbs are just too thin to support much more than an Oly bar.
I have ordered these on multiple deals recently and while shipping does take awhile, they always arrive and banded into their proper cardboard box undamaged. I am happy with past results and just bought these 15s for my teenage son who just started lifting. These also match the diameter of the colored Rep Fitness bumper plates and best I can tell are from the same Chinese factory.
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Is that a good price for the bench you mentioned?
Yes, for $129.
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15's are too thin to drop consistently with additional change plates IMO. At a minimum you would want a 25 if you are going to drop the barbell. If you're not dropping, then any bumper plate will do along with change plates.
Agree the other EE bumper plates I got had a big disclaimer about not dropping the 10lbs plates. I imagine 15lb wouldn't be much different so why risk it.
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Ordered several bumper plates around Christmas and never received the order. Just got it refunded last week.
Same, the package was "lost". I'm ordering again though 🥴
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