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Contents:

- 8 x Synthetic Bar Weights each 2.50 Kg (5.5lbs)
- 4 x Synthetic Bar Weights each 1.25 Kg (2.8lbs)
- 4 x Synthetic Bar Weights each 1.0 Kg (2.2lbs)
- 2 x Dumbbell Bars, 0.5kg/bar (1.1lbs)
- 4 x Spinlock collars

Features:

- 30kg (66lbs) Dumbbell set
- Bar is plastic with a steel core
- Non-slip grip (grooved) 14.5cm wide
- Spinlock collars to ensure weights remain securely on the bar
- Grips on the bar have a non-slip webbed finish
- Weights are covered with a durable, floor-friendly, plastic covering

Technical:

- Dumbbell Bars: 0.5kg/bar (1.1lbs) 45cm Long( (Ø 2.5 cm)
- Spinlock collars: fitting bar with Ø 2.5 cm
- Synthetic Bar Weights:
4x 1.0 Kg ~2.2lbs (15.5cm x 2.8cm Thick)
4x 1.25 Kg ~2.8lbs (17cm x 3cm Thick)
8x 2.50 Kg ~5.5lbs (21cm x 4cm Thick)
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Si_xxx
Does anyone know the weight of these (for postage purposes)? ; )

Just over 30kg

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4 Likes #1
Does anyone know the weight of these (for postage purposes)? ; )
#2
35 ppl only lift 100 lol
11 Likes #3
Si_xxx
Does anyone know the weight of these (for postage purposes)? ; )

Just over 30kg
#4
Postage seems to be free.
#5
anyone know of a good kettle bell deal?
banned#6
nice deal, a LeeP for £25.99
1 Like #7
peaceoff
anyone know of a good kettle bell deal?

Is that something that tells you when the tea is ready? "Ding a ling" Ooh brew's up luv.
#8
peaceoff
anyone know of a good kettle bell deal?

I actually got mine from Tesco direct in their Christmas sale, they also had some reasonable ones on amazon
#9
peaceoff
anyone know of a good kettle bell deal?
I use an egg timer!oO
2 Likes #10
This and a bench is better than those cheap argos all in one deals. Hot
banned#11
dinono10
This and a bench is better than those cheap argos all in one deals. Hot

erm you're pretty limited to what you can do with 30kg dumbells and a bench together, that's too light for dumbell press, rows etc. only things I can think would be flyes and anything tricep related
1 Like #12
Seems a bit misleading to me - if you can only get 4 plates on each end (as it seems in the picture), so 8 total, and the biggest weight is 2.5kg then 8x2.5=20kg not 30kg?
#13
AdamT93
Seems a bit misleading to me - if you can only get 4 plates on each end (as it seems in the picture), so 8 total, and the biggest weight is 2.5kg then 8x2.5=20kg not 30kg?
Any thoughts on description?
#14
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?
#15
AdamT93
Seems a bit misleading to me - if you can only get 4 plates on each end (as it seems in the picture), so 8 total, and the biggest weight is 2.5kg then 8x2.5=20kg not 30kg?
Good point; 30kg of weights, 20kg maximum at a time on one dumbbell, 15kg maximum if using both at once.
#16
AdamT93
Seems a bit misleading to me - if you can only get 4 plates on each end (as it seems in the picture), so 8 total, and the biggest weight is 2.5kg then 8x2.5=20kg not 30kg?

30kg in total not 30kg each dumbell? 15kg on each one so on one so 4x 2.5kg, 2x 1.25kg 2x 1.0kg and 0.5kg bar = 15kg and theres 2 dumbells
banned#17
AdamT93
Seems a bit misleading to me - if you can only get 4 plates on each end (as it seems in the picture), so 8 total, and the biggest weight is 2.5kg then 8x2.5=20kg not 30kg?
did you seriously think those vinyl weights were 30kg per dumbell?
#18
tomjwalker
AdamT93
Seems a bit misleading to me - if you can only get 4 plates on each end (as it seems in the picture), so 8 total, and the biggest weight is 2.5kg then 8x2.5=20kg not 30kg?

30kg in total not 30kg each dumbell? 15kg on each one so on one so 4x 2.5kg, 2x 1.25kg 2x 1.0kg and 0.5kg bar = 15kg and theres 2 dumbells

but you could put 20kg on one so have a 20.5kg dumbell , yes
#19
not a bad deal, what type of shake you lot drinking before your workout? hot from me
#20
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Try Olmypus health, cheapest protein aside from glitches and bulk buying about £100 worth. Doesn't mix perfectly but still drinkable. Preworkout, I wouldn't bother imo as they're basically sugar and stimulants, buy a bag of caffiene powder for similar effects.
#21
kevlfc
35 ppl only lift 100 lol


Please share the statistics...
#22
Perfect for gyms
I think not, gyms would get proper dumbells. This are too large to allow full range of movement.
#23
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Try Olmypus health, cheapest protein aside from glitches and bulk buying about £100 worth. Doesn't mix perfectly but still drinkable. Preworkout, I wouldn't bother imo as they're basically sugar and stimulants, buy a bag of caffiene powder for similar effects.

How does Olympus stack up to myprotein impact whey, thats what ive used for a while.
#24
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?


Go to Tesco, but some chicken or even better tuna. Protein powder is a waste of money, especially in the quantities the manufacturers would have you eat
#25
MaximusRo
Perfect for gyms
I think not, gyms would get proper dumbells. This are too large to allow full range of movement.
Agreed n edited.
#26
robm612
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Go to Tesco, but some chicken or even better tuna. Protein powder is a waste of money, especially in the quantities the manufacturers would have you eat

Do you even lift?
#27
With George Foremen Grills and Sodastreams
these must be the three items that fall into disuse
the quickest.
#28
robm612
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Go to Tesco, but some chicken or even better tuna. Protein powder is a waste of money, especially in the quantities the manufacturers would have you eat


A shake is a very convenient source of protein and is not a waste if you use it as such. You are right though if you use it exclusively and have like 5 shakes a day.
#29
yrreb88
robm612
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Go to Tesco, but some chicken or even better tuna. Protein powder is a waste of money, especially in the quantities the manufacturers would have you eat


A shake is a very convenient source of protein and is not a waste if you use it as such. You are right though if you use it exclusively and have like 5 shakes a day.

Agreed
Shake with Breakfast, Whey
Shake post workout, Whey
Shake before bed, Casein

Real food protein at all other times. (IMHO of course ;) )
1 Like #30
If these are vinyl weights it's not a good deal. Just spend a little extra and pick up some cast iron ones like this:

http://m.thesportshq.com/confidence-pro-25kg55lbs-dumbbell-weights-set.aspx
#31
taylor_swiftie
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Try Olmypus health, cheapest protein aside from glitches and bulk buying about £100 worth. Doesn't mix perfectly but still drinkable. Preworkout, I wouldn't bother imo as they're basically sugar and stimulants, buy a bag of caffiene powder for similar effects.

How does Olympus stack up to myprotein impact whey, thats what ive used for a while.

Well to me protein is protein, budget is a big issue and to be fair I'm only having about 1 (or occasionally 2 max) a day so it doesn't make a massive difference. Olympus is 78% protein which is close enough to the 80% I'd want in a protein powder considering the price. To me it's all marketing and you won't see massive gains because you used micronised ultrafiltrate 95% whey isolate instead of budget whey protein. It's really up to you tbh and down to personal preference.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Jul 02, 2014 22:14
#32
How long's the weight for postage?
#33
After weighing up the pros and cons of this deal I've decided to wait before buying and hope it will workout for the best , however I am looking for a dumb-bell for my bike I just hope the weight won't be too much
#34
taylor_swiftie
robm612
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Go to Tesco, but some chicken or even better tuna. Protein powder is a waste of money, especially in the quantities the manufacturers would have you eat

Do you even lift?

If I could afford to ditch whey and have chicken, fish, beef and eggs I would in a heartbeat.

Robm's wrong though, to get any amount of protein from whole foods is much more expensive than from whey.

As for whey, if you're bothered about taste get Protein Works whey, if not just get 80% from myprotein or bulkpowders etc.

Edited By: nublets2k on Jul 02, 2014 22:46
#35
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Roadkill is probably the cheapest source of protein.
#36
gluke21
With George Foremen Grills and Sodastreams
these must be the three items that fall into disuse
the quickest.


Regarding the George foreman grill, I have to disagree.. Since getting mine 3 months ago I use it every single evening to cook my choice of protein for lunch the next day.. Be it chicken, tuna, salmon,mackerel, Turkey. I can't fault it and it's easy to use.
#37
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Try Olmypus health, cheapest protein aside from glitches and bulk buying about £100 worth. Doesn't mix perfectly but still drinkable. Preworkout, I wouldn't bother imo as they're basically sugar and stimulants, buy a bag of caffiene powder for similar effects.

How does Olympus stack up to myprotein impact whey, thats what ive used for a while.

Well to me protein is protein, budget is a big issue and to be fair I'm only having about 1 (or occasionally 2 max) a day so it doesn't make a massive difference. Olympus is 78% protein which is close enough to the 80% I'd want in a protein powder considering the price. To me it's all marketing and you won't see massive gains because you used micronised ultrafiltrate 95% whey isolate instead of budget whey protein. It's really up to you tbh and down to personal preference.

Olympus isn't just whey. It has a lot of soy in it. Looking at the Amino profile it's likely that there's more soy than whey.

Edited By: nublets2k on Jul 03, 2014 00:47: .
#38
nublets2k
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Try Olmypus health, cheapest protein aside from glitches and bulk buying about £100 worth. Doesn't mix perfectly but still drinkable. Preworkout, I wouldn't bother imo as they're basically sugar and stimulants, buy a bag of caffiene powder for similar effects.

How does Olympus stack up to myprotein impact whey, thats what ive used for a while.

Well to me protein is protein, budget is a big issue and to be fair I'm only having about 1 (or occasionally 2 max) a day so it doesn't make a massive difference. Olympus is 78% protein which is close enough to the 80% I'd want in a protein powder considering the price. To me it's all marketing and you won't see massive gains because you used micronised ultrafiltrate 95% whey isolate instead of budget whey protein. It's really up to you tbh and down to personal preference.

Olympus isn't just whey. It has a lot of soy in it. Looking at the Amino profile it's likely that there's more soy than whey.

Didn't think you'd know the entire aa profile of soy. :p The ingredients state:
Whey Protein Concentrate
Calcium Caseinate
Whey Protein Isolate
Soya Protein Isolate.

So yeah definately more whey than soya.

You make it seem like a bit of soya is a bad thing. Pretty much the best protein source for veggies and vegans. :)
#39
yrreb88
nublets2k
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
yrreb88
taylor_swiftie
Any good deals on right now for protien and preworkout supplements?

Try Olmypus health, cheapest protein aside from glitches and bulk buying about £100 worth. Doesn't mix perfectly but still drinkable. Preworkout, I wouldn't bother imo as they're basically sugar and stimulants, buy a bag of caffiene powder for similar effects.

How does Olympus stack up to myprotein impact whey, thats what ive used for a while.

Well to me protein is protein, budget is a big issue and to be fair I'm only having about 1 (or occasionally 2 max) a day so it doesn't make a massive difference. Olympus is 78% protein which is close enough to the 80% I'd want in a protein powder considering the price. To me it's all marketing and you won't see massive gains because you used micronised ultrafiltrate 95% whey isolate instead of budget whey protein. It's really up to you tbh and down to personal preference.

Olympus isn't just whey. It has a lot of soy in it. Looking at the Amino profile it's likely that there's more soy than whey.

Didn't think you'd know the entire aa profile of soy. :p The ingredients state:
Whey Protein Concentrate
Calcium Caseinate
Whey Protein Isolate
Soya Protein Isolate.

So yeah definately more whey than soya.

You make it seem like a bit of soya is a bad thing. Pretty much the best protein source for veggies and vegans. :)

How exactly does that show that there's more whey? They strangely forget to mention how much of each it contains. ;)

There's about 2g of arginine in 100g of whey isolate and concentrate and in Casein there's 3.5g. In Soy there's 7g and Olympus there's 6.8g. That means it can't even be 50% whey.

There are plenty of studies showing that soya is bad for men, and plenty showing that it's perfectly fine.
Idk what to believe, but personally I'd go with whey because it has a better amino profile and as a protein it's more bioavailable. And it's relatively cheap.

There's also pea, hemp, rice and a couple of others. But for non vegans* whey is best (unless you can afford to get all your protein from whole foods).

*depending on the type, whey can be vegetarian. MP claim that theirs is.

Edited By: nublets2k on Jul 03, 2014 04:31: .
#40
peaceoff
anyone know of a good kettle bell deal?

Decathlon seems to been reasonably cheap for cast iron bell's

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