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Ironmaster is hosting their Ironmaster Summer Sale: Dumbbells, Benches, Olympic Bars, Plates and More and offering 10% Off Everything (In-Stock Items Only). Additionally, U.S. Military, Police Officers, Firefighters or Personal Trainers may also receive an additional 10% off discount when you provide proof/validation. Shipping is free.

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Ironmaster has everything on their site 10% off. For example, the quick lock 75lb set is down to $782 with free shipping. What's even better is that you can also stack with Police/Fire/Military discounts for an additional 10% off. This brings the dumbbell set down to $703 shipped. This is a good deal considering they rarely have sales.

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Did a ton of research before buying adjustable dumbbells. These seems hands down the best quality out of everything out there.

I went with powerblocks since they were cheaper and were actually in stock, but if I were to do it again, I'd strongly consider these. I think you'd have a hard time getting these to break in any way. The screw mechanism is so strong, and best of all, you can treat these like actual dumbbells. Can't do that with anything else out there (plastic parts, awkward sizes, etc).
Ironmasters are solid and well built, but it's a PITA to change weights compared to quick adjustable dumbbells. There are much better options these days, especially if you don't need more then 75-80 lbs.

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I love that I can thumb through slickdeals front page and see featured items from sorts of places. Store wide discounts featured on the front page feel counter intuitive to me. It may be only my laziness not wanting to navigate away from here.
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Did a ton of research before buying adjustable dumbbells. These seems hands down the best quality out of everything out there.

I went with powerblocks since they were cheaper and were actually in stock, but if I were to do it again, I'd strongly consider these. I think you'd have a hard time getting these to break in any way. The screw mechanism is so strong, and best of all, you can treat these like actual dumbbells. Can't do that with anything else out there (plastic parts, awkward sizes, etc).
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Man I have Powerblocks but I am tempted to get these. They seem just as well made (if not better) but would allow to do some "traditional" dumbbell exercises that are difficult with the Blocks (like goblet squats).
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You too can reach your dreams! BEEFCAKE!
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I have had their Smith Machine for over 20 years. Looks like the IM2000 is their latest version. This is the best machine that I have found. And I suspect my machine will easily last another 20 years.
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Did a ton of research before buying adjustable dumbbells. These seems hands down the best quality out of everything out there.

I went with powerblocks since they were cheaper and were actually in stock, but if I were to do it again, I'd strongly consider these. I think you'd have a hard time getting these to break in any way. The screw mechanism is so strong, and best of all, you can treat these like actual dumbbells. Can't do that with anything else out there (plastic parts, awkward sizes, etc).
I have owned both power blocks and these.

Power blocks are faster to change out. So if your workout routine involves changing the weight A LOT of times then perhaps they'll be a better fit for you. I liked the power blocks and found them serviceable, convenient, and pretty comfortable.

However, the Iron Master dumbbells and kettlebell are just on a whole other level from a quality, durability, and versatility standpoint. The Iron Masters are the final boss form of adjustable dumbells. A very serious piece of equipment that is really only necessary for serious lifters.
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I got the IM2000 with a bench, few attachments and Olympic plates. The 10% stacks with the combo discount, which increases with the amount in your cart, so it's a great time to get a package.

I have been watching this because I know someone who has an older version of the smith machine for 20+ years and it's still in perfect condition. I couldn't believe how smooth the bar moves on his machine, and he swears by IronMasters quality. Very excited they had this sale and if you're on the fence I don't think you'll be disappointed because I've only ever seen positive reviews of this company.
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I own two sets plus the heavy handles and 120lb kit. If you can swing the money, nows the time. Ironmaster rarely goes on sale. I'm talking like once a year at best.

I've also owned powerblocks and bowflex. Personally not a fan. The powerblocks require extra attention and you can't just drop them a foot off the ground. They do their job but didn't hit the 'dumbell' feel for me.
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These are the best dumbbells. I'd take these in a heartbeat. Setup time could be annoying but hey it's legit.
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I had these and ended up selling them during COVID lockdowns and got power blocks.

They are not quick adjust dumbbells. You only maybe save a few seconds inserting the end locks instead of threading a collar the whole way down.

As others said, they are tanks but not everyone abuses their dumbbells. Gnurl is great and they feel good in your hand.

For the price, don't buy unless you don't want quick adjustment and will drop your dumbbells.
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Thanks OP, picked up the 45 lb beginner set, will see how it goes.
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Ironmasters are solid and well built, but it's a PITA to change weights compared to quick adjustable dumbbells. There are much better options these days, especially if you don't need more then 75-80 lbs.
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Also, their bench is awesome. Solid and attachments are sturdy
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