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15KG Pro Fitness Chrome Dumbbell Set - Argos £24.99 down from £44.99

£24.99 @ Argos
This price makes the premium chrome version of these weights more reasonable. 15kg - fm991 Read More
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This price makes the premium chrome version of these weights more reasonable.

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Are the 15kg chrome weights heavier than the 15kg steel ones?
9 Likes
Bro, Bro, Bro... Sleeveless vest crew init bruv

Edited By: snappyfish on Mar 19, 2017 23:14: .
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15kg, do you even lift bro

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3 Likes #1
15kg
#2
Look nice but not for me. I can't grip much for a few mins before the arthritis pain starts. Currently trying kettle bells because they naturally self center so I don't need to grip them hard for a few things, instead letting them rest on my palms.
#3
Seems a bit expensive for 15kg
6 Likes #4
15kg, do you even lift bro
1 Like #5
15kg, do you even lift bro
9 Likes #6
Bro, Bro, Bro... Sleeveless vest crew init bruv

Edited By: snappyfish on Mar 19, 2017 23:14: .
1 Like #7
works out 7.4kg per dumbbell
1 Like #8
craigtumilty
works out 7.4kg per dumbbell


Cool story brah
1 Like #9
Darkraiser
Seems a bit expensive for 15kg
Kicking myself for missing the deal the other week for 20kg at £20. £25 for 15kg isn't bad i guess.
#10
Good value but with these weights i would suggest to put blu tack between the plates and lock (if you are not changing the plates) as it loosens very easily.
#11
15kg to each?
1 Like #12
noddle36
Good value but with these weights i would suggest to put blu tack between the plates and lock (if you are not changing the plates) as it loosens very easily.

I don't even boast about lifting, mainly because I passed puberty quite a few years ago. Even so, if this is 15KG total as implied - this isn't a good price any day.

Join a local friendly gym and use their gear. I pay £200 a year for any time and all classes.

That works out at £3.85 a week or 55p a day. Non members pay £5 a session.

Actual details that the OP was too lazy to inform people of.... can't even manage a copy and paste!!....

"The 15kg dumbbell set will take your home weight training to the next level. With 12 chrome finished weights discs you can vary how much you want to lift before building up to optimum strength and conditioning. The setis ideal for more advanced weightlifters.

Includes 4 x 0.5kg chrome discs, 8 x 1.25kg chrome discs, 2 x 35.5cm spinlock bars, and 4 spinlock collars. Total combination of weights 12kg, total weight including spinlock bars 14.8kg.
Bar weight 1.45kg.
Total weight 14.8kg.
Size H11.9, W35.5, D11.9cm"

As usual you never can tell what will go "hot" on here. You get the best bargains looking at New deals and ones without sheep....

Ice cold LOL

Edited By: KareemSaid on Mar 20, 2017 03:35
#13
KareemSaid
noddle36
Good value but with these weights i would suggest to put blu tack between the plates and lock (if you are not changing the plates) as it loosens very easily.
I don't even boast about lifting, mainly because I passed puberty quite a few years ago. Even so, if this is 15KG total as implied - this isn't a good price any day.
Join a local friendly gym and use their gear. I pay £200 a year for any time and all classes.
That works out at £3.85 a week or 55p a day. Non members pay £5 a session.
Actual details that the OP was too lazy to inform people of.... can't even manage a copy and paste!!....
"The 15kg dumbbell set will take your home weight training to the next level. With 12 chrome finished weights discs you can vary how much you want to lift before building up to optimum strength and conditioning. The setis ideal for more advanced weightlifters.
Includes 4 x 0.5kg chrome discs, 8 x 1.25kg chrome discs, 2 x 35.5cm spinlock bars, and 4 spinlock collars. Total combination of weights 12kg, total weight including spinlock bars 14.8kg.
Bar weight 1.45kg.
Total weight 14.8kg.
Size H11.9, W35.5, D11.9cm"
As usual you never can tell what will go "hot" on here. You get the best bargains looking at New deals and ones without sheep....
Ice cold LOL
You could buy extra plates from ebay. Sometimes its easier to fit in a quick work out at home as well as going to a gym; all depends how much time you have.
1 Like #14
£1 PER kg rate I usually pay
2 Likes #15
don't need to go heavy on small muscle groups to get strong... strong is not necessarily gained from bulking...
#16
Expensive
#17
Not bad for consumer grade. But believe me, you'll out do these weights quickly. Best bet is to look on gumtree or local pickups on ebay for some used ones. Not bad for beginner though.
#18
Good for women.
10 Likes #19
Are the 15kg chrome weights heavier than the 15kg steel ones?
1 Like #20
great-deals
don't need to go heavy on small muscle groups to get strong... strong is not necessarily gained from bulking...

I agree; do the compound stuff and you work out the small muscles for free.
#21
Meathotukdeals
Look nice but not for me. I can't grip much for a few mins before the arthritis pain starts. Currently trying kettle bells because they naturally self center so I don't need to grip them hard for a few things, instead letting them rest on my palms.
Have you tried Organic Apple Cider Vinegar for your arthritis?
#22
afroylnt
KareemSaid
noddle36
Good value but with these weights i would suggest to put blu tack between the plates and lock (if you are not changing the plates) as it loosens very easily.
I don't even boast about lifting, mainly because I passed puberty quite a few years ago. Even so, if this is 15KG total as implied - this isn't a good price any day.
Join a local friendly gym and use their gear. I pay £200 a year for any time and all classes.
That works out at £3.85 a week or 55p a day. Non members pay £5 a session.
Actual details that the OP was too lazy to inform people of.... can't even manage a copy and paste!!....
"The 15kg dumbbell set will take your home weight training to the next level. With 12 chrome finished weights discs you can vary how much you want to lift before building up to optimum strength and conditioning. The setis ideal for more advanced weightlifters.
Includes 4 x 0.5kg chrome discs, 8 x 1.25kg chrome discs, 2 x 35.5cm spinlock bars, and 4 spinlock collars. Total combination of weights 12kg, total weight including spinlock bars 14.8kg.
Bar weight 1.45kg.
Total weight 14.8kg.
Size H11.9, W35.5, D11.9cm"
As usual you never can tell what will go "hot" on here. You get the best bargains looking at New deals and ones without sheep....
Ice cold LOL
You could buy extra plates from ebay. Sometimes its easier to fit in a quick work out at home as well as going to a gym; all depends how much time you have.
Yeah i lift at home-can cover enough different exercises for me and saves time and money.
1 Like #23
I'd need 10x this amount to be of any use to my ripped body.
1 Like #24
Good weights for a 2 year old.

Bruv, blud, fam etc.
#25
depends whether you are leaving them out on show, but I have always just brought a bench and a bar then brought the weights from a car boot.

I got 100KG of york plates for about £15
#26
I've got these and they are a pain to use if you wish to change weights all the time. Personally, I would invest in fixed weights that you can simply pick up and train with. No faffing around with the screws.
#27
Knitted tank top, tight pink shorts, slapped back hair-shaved sides, work boots? ****

Edited By: niceroundpound on Mar 20, 2017 12:05: .
#28
great-deals
£1 PER kg rate I usually pay
£15/lift
#29
EllEzDee
Darkraiser
Seems a bit expensive for 15kg
Kicking myself for missing the deal the other week for 20kg at £20. £25 for 15kg isn't bad i guess.
Yh I was thinking about that deal too :(
1 Like #30
Heat.Sink
15kg, do you even lift bro
Was struggling to get 8 reps from 12.5kg last night :/
#31
Pro tip - Don't drop them on your Cat. R.I.P

Edited By: GamerJack95 on Mar 20, 2017 12:04
#32
Internet_Tycoon
I've got these and they are a pain to use if you wish to change weights all the time. Personally, I would invest in fixed weights that you can simply pick up and train with. No faffing around with the screws.
That's great if you have the space also good. Its also good to be able vary the weight even if you have multiple sets
3 Likes #33
Meathotukdeals
Look nice but not for me. I can't grip much for a few mins before the arthritis pain starts... instead letting them rest on my palms.

That's what she said.
1 Like #34
GamerJack95
Pro tip - Don't drop them on your Cat. R.I.P
My cat uses my weights. R.I.P.P.E.D. :p
2 Likes #35
Sunni
Good for women.

Yeah right. Don't just make statements while hiding behind an IP address....go and tell that to Nicola Adams' face
#36
For those who show off and laugh at 15kg dumbell weights.

I hear that it still remains debatable whether increasing weights is better than increasing reps. Of course it does also depend on what outcome you are after, whether that be getting leaner or bulkier or just improving strength. I know people say how if you want to get bulkier quicker then try heavier weights. But not everyone wants to just get bigger. Especially with dumbells and doing bicep curls. if you keep increasing the mass of your biceps... eventually you will have problems buying shirts lol
#37
Thanks, got some for my frail old nan.
1 Like #38
raschoudhury
For those who show off and laugh at 15kg dumbell weights.
I hear that it still remains debatable whether increasing weights is better than increasing reps. Of course it does also depend on what outcome you are after, whether that be getting leaner or bulkier or just improving strength. I know people say how if you want to get bulkier quicker then try heavier weights. But not everyone wants to just get bigger. Especially with dumbells and doing bicep curls. if you keep increasing the mass of your biceps... eventually you will have problems buying shirts lol

Actually you have type i, type ii and type iib muscle fibres.

Essentially to hit all muscle fibres you need to train at vary rep ranges, week to week to ensure all fibres are hit so you grow optimally.

I'd recommend ranges of around 6-10, 14-18 and 20-25. Legs can be even higher.
#39
Thanks. Good for my toes
#40
at what point would you say you should jump to the next weight? after being able to do 20-25?

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