30% discount on Evinco equipment @ Muscle Finesse with code EVINCO30 eg 7ft Olympic Power Bar (rated 1500lbs) £37.91 delivered; Olympic Combo Bar £29.54 delivered - HotUKDeals
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30% discount on Evinco equipment @ Muscle Finesse with code EVINCO30 eg 7ft Olympic Power Bar (rated 1500lbs) £37.91 delivered; Olympic Combo Bar £29.54 delivered

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Various standard and olympic bars; attachments; weight plates; weight plate trees and accessories. Standard delivery is £2.95 Express delivery is free with orders over £50; otherwise £3.95 Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Various standard and olympic bars; attachments; weight plates; weight plate trees and accessories.

Standard delivery is £2.95
Express delivery is free with orders over £50; otherwise £3.95
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#3
don't suppose you know how long this code is valid for?
1 Like #4
great spot.
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joecope
don't suppose you know how long this code is valid for?
Email just says whilst stock lasts.

I do not think they are clearing out their Evinco stock in order to stop selling it. Some items were out of stock earlier in the week and are now back in stock. It is probably just a promotion for as long as they decide to run it.
#6
Worst customer service I have ever experience. Check their reviews I am not the only one.
#7
It's an ok price for an entry level Olympic bar. The main problem with it is the thickness; a 35mm diameter shaft isn't ideal unless you have particularly massive hands. Hard to grip and the lack of whip makes a lot of Olympic lifts much trickier.
Better quality bars tend to be around 28/29mm, but you'll be hard pressed to find one under £180.
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mooty
It's an ok price for an entry level Olympic bar. The main problem with it is the thickness; a 35mm diameter shaft isn't ideal unless you have particularly massive hands. Hard to grip and the lack of whip makes a lot of Olympic lifts much trickier.
Better quality bars tend to be around 28/29mm, but you'll be hard pressed to find one under £180.


Ive been lifting for years and didn't even know this.....thank you as I'm going to have to look into it.

Saying that there are still some great deals here. Olympic weight tree at 45 with code is 30. If you add in something for £5 you get free delivery as the price is still over £50.
#9
Good find. Bought ez bar with spring collars for £16.91 with delivery
#10
Peragon
Worst customer service I have ever experience. Check their reviews I am not the only one.
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/musclefinesse.com shows Exellent 9.2 rating

Was it them or with a courier company they use? I once had issues with a delivery from XDP for a barbell I ordered from Muscle Finesse. It wasn't delivered when it should have been and XDP were impossible to get through to someone. Staff at Muscle Finesse sorted it out for me and got it delivered on another nominated day.
#11
mooty
It's an ok price for an entry level Olympic bar. The main problem with it is the thickness; a 35mm diameter shaft isn't ideal unless you have particularly massive hands. Hard to grip and the lack of whip makes a lot of Olympic lifts much trickier.
Better quality bars tend to be around 28/29mm, but you'll be hard pressed to find one under £180.

davy10heads
Ive been lifting for years and didn't even know this.....thank you as I'm going to have to look into it.

Saying that there are still some great deals here. Olympic weight tree at 45 with code is 30. If you add in something for £5 you get free delivery as the price is still over £50.

The Power Bar won't be suitable for everyone especially those with more specialist needs. The extra thickness will work the forearms more instead of putting on Fat Gripz or similar. Fat Gripz or similar could probably still be used. Just be aware this bar weighs a bit more at 21.2kg.

Also worth considering getting better collars than the spring ones which come with the bars.
#12
Hot but Not giving me 30% more like 15 %
#13
thetarget
mooty
It's an ok price for an entry level Olympic bar. The main problem with it is the thickness; a 35mm diameter shaft isn't ideal unless you have particularly massive hands. Hard to grip and the lack of whip makes a lot of Olympic lifts much trickier.
Better quality bars tend to be around 28/29mm, but you'll be hard pressed to find one under £180.

davy10heads
Ive been lifting for years and didn't even know this.....thank you as I'm going to have to look into it.

Saying that there are still some great deals here. Olympic weight tree at 45 with code is 30. If you add in something for £5 you get free delivery as the price is still over £50.

The Power Bar won't be suitable for everyone especially those with more specialist needs. The extra thickness will work the forearms more instead of putting on Fat Gripz or similar. Fat Gripz or similar could probably still be used. Just be aware this bar weighs a bit more at 21.2kg.

Also worth considering getting better collars than the spring ones which come with the bars.


if it's not 20kg then that means I've a new PR in squat bench and Deadlifts. yeooooooo
1 Like #14
davy10heads
if it's not 20kg then that means I've a new PR in squat bench and Deadlifts. yeooooooo

Different types of bar collars weigh different amounts too. So your personal best lifts may just be a fraction more.
#15
code not working now?
even the one listed on site doesn't seem to work 'feb10' ?
edit: ere... its not feb now! mar10 doesn't work though either (_;)

Edited By: brilly on Mar 05, 2017 23:21: .
#16
brilly
code not working now?
even the one listed on site doesn't seem to work 'feb10' ?
edit: ere... its not feb now! mar10 doesn't work though either (_;)

They'll probably be having a March discount code soon. I'll expire the thread.
#17
thetarget
brilly
code not working now?
even the one listed on site doesn't seem to work 'feb10' ?
edit: ere... its not feb now! mar10 doesn't work though either (_;)
They'll probably be having a March discount code soon. I'll expire the thread.
unlikely to be the 30% though.. but thanks
hadn't heard of this company before
1 Like #18
brilly
thetarget
brilly
code not working now?
even the one listed on site doesn't seem to work 'feb10' ?
edit: ere... its not feb now! mar10 doesn't work though either (_;)
They'll probably be having a March discount code soon. I'll expire the thread.
unlikely to be the 30% though.. but thanks
hadn't heard of this company before
They are also on eBay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/musclefinesseltd?_trksid=p2047675.l2559 so they may run some deals there from time to time. They also sell via Amazon Marketplace.

You could try the trick of creating an account and adding things to your basket without purchasing. Then see if they send a discount code a day or two later. It is supposed to work for some websites.

The Evinco discount was rather good. A similar deal may show up again in a future newsletter.

Alternatively you could try calling them if you are after a few items. Try to haggle for a deal. Worse thing is they say no.

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