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5-32.5kg selectable dumbell £240.00 a pair, buy 2 together & save an extra £20 @ Argos

£240.00 @ Argos
Good deal for dumbells with this much weight. similar design to the bodymax selectabell but they are £350 this is good value for home gyms etc. Good solid build quality Read More
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Good deal for dumbells with this much weight. similar design to the bodymax selectabell but they are £350 this is good value for home gyms etc. Good solid build quality
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#1
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
1 Like #2
Sorry OP but I've had to vote cold.

The price is so bad I had to do a double take oO

Edited By: Biggunspaul on May 19, 2017 22:07
#3
Rather pay the extra and get Bowflex rather than a magazine brand. Could get some from eBay for similarish from memory.
#4
Not heavy enough .
#5
you would have to be a dumbell to pay that
#6
escortboy
Rather pay the extra and get Bowflex rather than a magazine brand. Could get some from eBay for similarish from memory.


I have the bodymax ones and they look identical to these
#7
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!


what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
1 Like #8
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.

Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
#9
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!


what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?


Then your a pleb
3 Likes #10
mikey_inhester
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
Then your a pleb
*you're
If you're going to troll, at least spell correctly!
1 Like #11
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
lets hope your muscles are stronger than your maths eh?
#12
brilly
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
lets hope your muscles are stronger than your maths eh?
Oh, it's a pair of bells.
Still an awful price.
#13
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.

Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.


I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.

I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.
#14
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.

To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.
#15
mikey_inhester
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!


what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?


Then your a pleb


the guy has a deal for a litre bottle of vodka at his local bargain booze... I wouldn't expect him to be articulate!
1 Like #16
If you can carry these home, then you don't need them! :p

Edited By: wonkothesane on May 20, 2017 08:21
#17
Biggunspaul
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.

To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.


don't agree at all. if you had to pile up 64kg or close to it of weights that would take up a fair bit of room. I've had the bowflex 1090's and they were great if a bit overpriced but they took up so little room compared to cast iron weights.
#18
I have bought these. Great quality and a great price compared to the bodymax equivalent.
#19
davy10heads
Biggunspaul
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.
To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.
don't agree at all. if you had to pile up 64kg or close to it of weights that would take up a fair bit of room. I've had the bowflex 1090's and they were great if a bit overpriced but they took up so little room compared to cast iron weights.

Vertically maybe,but the footprint won't be much different.
#20
Biggunspaul
davy10heads
Biggunspaul
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.
To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.
don't agree at all. if you had to pile up 64kg or close to it of weights that would take up a fair bit of room. I've had the bowflex 1090's and they were great if a bit overpriced but they took up so little room compared to cast iron weights.

Vertically maybe,but the footprint won't be much different.


And one looks tidy whereas the other is a mess....I've tried it mate. There's no comparison. However if you have the room and can afford it get a full set, or go for bowflex 1090s.
#21
Biggunspaul
davy10heads
Biggunspaul
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.
To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.
don't agree at all. if you had to pile up 64kg or close to it of weights that would take up a fair bit of room. I've had the bowflex 1090's and they were great if a bit overpriced but they took up so little room compared to cast iron weights.
Vertically maybe,but the footprint won't be much different.
footprint will be different unless you leave all the weights on all the time
if having the same footprint then you are either using a rack or having a stack of different sizes you need to fiddle through and with to change about etc
id not pay this for them but can see the attraction and how its not so bad to pay for
#22
Biggunspaul
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.
To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.

These take up a lot less space than multiple dumbbells?

I'd need at least 4 sets and that would only do me for a couple of months until I'd want to go up in weight.
#23
dotnetter
Biggunspaul
dotnetter
EllEzDee
chrisredmayne
DexMorgan
Could actually get 2 years gym membership at my gym for that price!
what if you have anxiety problems and would rather work out at home ? then would the weights be a better deal than the gym ?
No because you're paying more than £7 a kilo. That's horrendous value.
£1 per kilo of iron is a good deal. This really isn't.
Maybe if you're after that specific design it is, but i don't even understand why these types of weights exist.
I don't own these but they exist for people who need a range of weights but who have very little space.
I can think of at least 5 different exercises I do at the gym with free weights that requires different weighted dumbbells. Granted these aren't cheap, but it's horses for courses.
To be fair if you've got enough room for these then you've got enough space to pile up a number of normal cast iron weights.
These take up a lot less space than multiple dumbbells?
I'd need at least 4 sets and that would only do me for a couple of months until I'd want to go up in weight.

I think you may have misunderstood what i meant.

I mean buy some dumbbell bars and some cast iron plates in various weights,then you make up whatever weighed dumbbells you need.I don't mean buying a load of set weighted dumbbells like you get on a rack at the gym.

Also you then aren't restricted to the 32.5kg that these are each.

Anyway each to their own and all that,but for me the space isn't a problem so normal weights suit me just fine.
#24
Anybody interested in adjustable dumbells that will last a long time should look into Powerblocks. The urethane powerblocks also have (last time I checked) a limited lifetime warranty.

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