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CAP Barbell Rubber-Coated Dumbbell Set: 50lb $78, 45lb $70, 40lb EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has CAP Barbell Rubber-Coated Hex Dumbbell Set (various weights) on sale from $7.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks R0nin
  • CAP Barbell Rubber-Coated Hex Dumbbell Set
    • 5lb. (10lb. Total) $7.99
    • 8lb. (16lb. Total) $12.99
    • 10lb. (20lb. Total) $15.99
    • 15lb. (30lb. Total) $23.99
    • 20lb. (40lb. Total) $31.99
    • 30lb. (60lb. Total) $46.99
    • 35lb. (70lb. Total) $54.99
    • 40lb. (80lb. Total) $62.99
    • 45lb. (90lb. Total) $69.99
    • 50lb. (100lb. Total) $77.99
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Walmart has CAP Barbell Rubber-Coated Hex Dumbbells on sale for about 20% off. They are normally $1/lb, but about $0.80/lb now.

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Yeah they are pretty solid for anyone, a large portion of gyms use these... They last a long time and with the rubber coating it's fine to bang em when extended during a lift or drop them from a small height. The hex is also what you want so they don't roll around.

At .80 / pound it's a really decent deal, you won't ever see them much lower than that in any form.
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Or just tell your kids to not like....eat them.
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Honestly, you'd be better off buying a second hand plate set off Craigslist. Get Olympic bars as the sizing is more universal.

Weight plates are a lot cheaper and more versatile than a dumbbell. Especially, in the beginning, you're going to want to change up the weights because you'll grow out of them and need to feel out the right weight for each exercise.

These are more for people just doing a few basic exercises or adding to an established collection.

Congratulations on making the first step of many!



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Good buy for a novice? Looking to get some to use at home, starting from square one.
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Good buy for a novice? Looking to get some to use at home, starting from square one.
Yeah they are pretty solid for anyone, a large portion of gyms use these... They last a long time and with the rubber coating it's fine to bang em when extended during a lift or drop them from a small height. The hex is also what you want so they don't roll around.

At .80 / pound it's a really decent deal, you won't ever see them much lower than that in any form.
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Really good deal... if you don't mind used items, you can always get weights on craigslist for much cheaper
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Good buy for a novice? Looking to get some to use at home, starting from square one.
Honestly, you'd be better off buying a second hand plate set off Craigslist. Get Olympic bars as the sizing is more universal.

Weight plates are a lot cheaper and more versatile than a dumbbell. Especially, in the beginning, you're going to want to change up the weights because you'll grow out of them and need to feel out the right weight for each exercise.

These are more for people just doing a few basic exercises or adding to an established collection.

Congratulations on making the first step of many!

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Really good deal... if you don't mind used items, you can always get weights on craigslist for much cheaper
Oops, jinx. lol
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Not seeing the sale price...
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Really good deal... if you don't mind used items, you can always get weights on craigslist for much cheaper
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Honestly, you'd be better off buying a second hand plate set off Craigslist. Get Olympic bars as the sizing is more universal.

Weight plates are a lot cheaper and more versatile than a dumbbell. Especially, in the beginning, you're going to want to change up the weights because you'll grow out of them and need to feel out the right weight for each exercise.

These are more for people just doing a few basic exercises or adding to an established collection.

Congratulations on making the first step of many!




Oops, jinx. lol

How much is it on craigslist $/lb?
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How much is it on craigslist $/lb?
Depends upon your negotiation skills and your area..
Has to be under $.80 to make any sense..
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I can easily find them for $.60/lb in my area...I'm sure I could get a set for $.50/lb if I wasn't in a hurry.
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These are ubiquitous in gyms around the country, but I'm not a fan of the molded grips. They help center your hand, but they're not necessarily ergonomic for everyone and they don't translate to olympic bar grip (which, IMHO, is the gold standard or norm for all lifting). Still a TU for OP!
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50lbs max each weak wait sports authority closing next week
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very nice item,love it!
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Likely won't work with microloads like platemates.
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