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Inspire Fitness Rubber 300 lb Olympic Weight Set - $299 at Costco $299.99

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This Inspire Fitness Olympic Rubber Weight Set is a durable, affordable, and complete weight set for your home or garage gym. With the 45 lb Olympic Bar, you can perform light work without plates - or load it with any of the 14 heavy-duty plates for heavier lift days. Knurled grips through the center of the bar secure your grip, while spring clips for the sleeves keep your plates in place. The Tri-Grip Design of the rubber plates also gives you flexibility to do a variety of exercises with the plates alone - giving you even more versatility with your set. You're ready to start training with any standard Olympic exercises, but many more with weight plates that are easy to hold and use for a variety of other exercises like rows, weighted core work, and more.

Includes:
2 x 45 LB Olympic Plates
2 x 35 LB Olympic Plates
2 x 25 LB Olympic Plates
2 x 10 LB Olympic Plates
4 x 5 LB Olympic Plates
2 x 2.5 LB Olympic Plates
7 Ft Olympic Bar
2 Spring Clips

Specifications:
Bar Weight - 45 Lb
Bar Capacity - 700 Lb
Plate Materials - Iron encased in heavy-duty rubber
Plate Grip - Tri-grip design
Grip Diameter - 1.18 Inch
Sleeve Length – 16.25 Inch
Sleeve Diameter - 2 Inch


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"We're sorry, this item is currently unavailable for purchase in zip code..."

Dang it !!
Hope it becomes available.
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"We're sorry, this item is currently unavailable for purchase in zip code..."

Dang it !!
Hope it becomes available.
I've been tracking this for months and they've not restocked for the Seattle area
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I've been tracking this for months and they've not restocked for the Seattle area
It keeps coming in & out of stock in my area - Dallas. I hesitated last time it was on sale for $350, was available for a few days then before it went out of stock.

I bought the Inspire FT1 last year when it was on sale. It initially said the same thing 'currently unavailable in the zip code', but became available to order a few days before the offer expired. Hoping the same happens with this too.
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available in jacksonville. im on the fence. i have a set but have to combine a bunch of plates to get my weight. would sure be nice to have 4x45...... hmmmm
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available in jacksonville. im on the fence. i have a set but have to combine a bunch of plates to get my weight. would sure be nice to have 4x45...... hmmmm
Just go for it. You can keep the two 45s and sell the rest as a 210lb set. Probably get most, if not all, of your money back.
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Just go for it. You can keep the two 45s and sell the rest as a 210lb set. Probably get most, if not all, of your money back.
Hmmm not a bad idea actually
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Be aware these aren't bumper plates, just rubber coated. Probably obvious to most, but just fair warning.

I don't love the durability of rubber coatings, but plates with grips are an excellent substitute for dumbbells and kettlebells for a lot of activities.
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Just go for it. You can keep the two 45s and sell the rest as a 210lb set. Probably get most, if not all, of your money back.
That is what I did last time they were on sale. I bought a second set, kept the 45s and 10s and sold the rest. This is a nice set. Not bumper, obviously, but I have dropped the plates on concrete a couple times and they held up.
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It's almost always out of stock for me too. This is a killer price though.
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Be aware these aren't bumper plates, just rubber coated. Probably obvious to most, but just fair warning.
I don't love the durability of rubber coatings, but plates with grips are an excellent substitute for dumbbells and kettlebells for a lot of activities.
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This is a nice set. Not bumper, obviously, but I have dropped the plates on concrete a couple times and they held up.
I had a nice set of Body Solid steel grip plates, with some Weider 45 grippers. But then I caught the 'Bumper Plates' fever, sold them all and got Color Coded Bumper Plates (Everyday Essentials from Walmart). Granted, they look great, but practically they are a hassle. Need both hands to move a plate. Have to be extra cautious when loading a plate onto the bar on rack as the rubber coating gets slippery with sweaty palms. And you can't use them as substitutes in some dumbbell / kettlebell exercises.

I don't do any Olympic lifts, and I never drop my weights (except for maybe deadlifts, but that is a short drop onto stall mats) and I workout in the garage. Quickly realized that the noise and drop advantages of bumper plates are of no real value to me. I really miss my Body Solid grippers. Want to go back to grip plates, and these Inspire plates seemed to be a good choice.

@ash78, do you have concerns about the durability of the rubber coatings on these? I never considered that aspect, just assumed they'd last at least my lifetime. If the coating can flake or peel off with use, then I think I'll have to reconsider.
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I'm in Seattle it's out of stock, last time it was available was April. I checked 30 Metro cities in Western and Midwest US all out of stock. Chicago and Houston are out of stock. Nearest city to me whose IN STOCK are Indianapolis and Nashville. Seems to be only Eastern US states are IN STOCK. Florida, Virginia, and New York are in stock. Enjoy and get jacked my East Coast bros.
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I've been tracking this for months and they've not restocked for the Seattle area
Same with the fpc rack it's only available in California area and it's half price of anywhere else right now
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I had a nice set of Body Solid steel grip plates, with some Weider 45 grippers. But then I caught the 'Bumper Plates' fever, sold them all and got Color Coded Bumper Plates (Everyday Essentials from Walmart). Granted, they look great, but practically they are a hassle. Need both hands to move a plate. Have to be extra cautious when loading a plate onto the bar on rack as the rubber coating gets slippery with sweaty palms. And you can't use them as substitutes in some dumbbell / kettlebell exercises.

I don't do any Olympic lifts, and I never drop my weights (except for maybe deadlifts, but that is a short drop onto stall mats) and I workout in the garage. Quickly realized that the noise and drop advantages of bumper plates are of no real value to me. I really miss my Body Solid grippers. Want to go back to grip plates, and these Inspire plates seemed to be a good choice.

@ash78, do you have concerns about the durability of the rubber coatings on these? I never considered that aspect, just assumed they'd last at least my lifetime. If the coating can flake or peel off with use, then I think I'll have to reconsider.
I got mine last year. Haven't flaked, but I haven't dropped them either. I'm in the basement where it's relatively more humid than outside. What I will say is that the clamps mine came with were flaking really bad. I looked at another guy's order from a few months ago and his was fine. I guess I got a bad set.
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I had a nice set of Body Solid steel grip plates, with some Weider 45 grippers. But then I caught the 'Bumper Plates' fever, sold them all and got Color Coded Bumper Plates (Everyday Essentials from Walmart). Granted, they look great, but practically they are a hassle. Need both hands to move a plate. Have to be extra cautious when loading a plate onto the bar on rack as the rubber coating gets slippery with sweaty palms. And you can't use them as substitutes in some dumbbell / kettlebell exercises.

I don't do any Olympic lifts, and I never drop my weights (except for maybe deadlifts, but that is a short drop onto stall mats) and I workout in the garage. Quickly realized that the noise and drop advantages of bumper plates are of no real value to me. I really miss my Body Solid grippers. Want to go back to grip plates, and these Inspire plates seemed to be a good choice.

@ash78, do you have concerns about the durability of the rubber coatings on these? I never considered that aspect, just assumed they'd last at least my lifetime. If the coating can flake or peel off with use, then I think I'll have to reconsider.
I like your honest take above — rubber plate fever is definitely a real thing, but I managed to avoid it despite being an at-home Crossfitter in the pre-explosion days (2008-10). I just learned to scale down or control my drops a lot more with steel plates.

As far as rubber coatings, let's just say I've never seen a set that wasn't chipping (especially the 45s). There's a reason you won't see these much commercially, they just don't hold up great. But for light usage at home, this looks like a decent set. I just think in terms of my plates lasting 20+ years. It's not like the technology changes much!
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