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Bowflex - 2-21kg SelectTech Dumbbells Free Delivery £239.00 @ Fitness Superstore

£239.00 @ fitness-superstore
As title - pretty good delivered rice. As site has a physical show room, John Lewis will price match and give a 5 year guarantee. Good deal either way - RRP £299. Read More
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As title - pretty good delivered rice. As site has a physical show room, John Lewis will price match and give a 5 year guarantee. Good deal either way - RRP £299.
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1 Like #1
These are a really great product. I saw them in Harrods recently, and they are certainly a space saver. It is also really easy and quick to change the weight. Still a bit to pricey for me to consider at the moment. However, this is the cheapest I have seen them so far!
#2
Cheaper to go to a gym.
#3
I normally go with the cheapest anywhere for same item = hot deal, but what is the advantage of these over a £25 set of York dumbells? lifting weights is lifting weights!
#4
yep cheaper to go gym. I'm out
#5
Well done... you succeeded in making me feel cheap, with my £10 kettlebells. :x
1 Like #6
thearbiter65;5935027
I saw them in Harrods recently


Let me guess, Gold/Platinum plated and encrusted with diamonds?! :p
#7
With a turn of a dial you can automatically change your resistance from 2 kg all the way up to 21 kg of weight. There's no more need to keep picking up or storing numerous sets of dumbbells, this highly advanced selectorized dumbbell set provides all the benefits of 15 separate pairs of dumbbells. or so their web site says ...
#8
bit of a genius idea actually! just dump the bar into the unit and rotate dial to desired weight and lift. changing weights is a pain in the rectum, although still not something i'd pay this much to fix
#9
Good if you have the money. Shame they don't go heavier. Good price for a quality product.
#10
Yeah, that's the other thing, 21kg isn't really that much.
#11
might be a good price, but doesn't represent value for money for me, would much rather stick to my spit and sawdust gym that cost me £120 for a year...
#12
It's a nice idea, but when you can just get cast iron or chrome spinlocks for £5 it's not worth the extra £200 just to save a little time changing the weight.
1 Like #13
Crosshash
Cheaper to go to a gym.


oXdanXo
It's a nice idea, but when you can just get cast iron or chrome spinlocks for £5 it's not worth the extra £200 just to save a little time changing the weight.


Its not that much cheaper than a gym. Cheapest gym Iv found near me is £20 a month (£240 a year)

And its not just about saving time these take up less space than the old loose weights and bars. You could easily store these in the bottem of a cubboard
#14
Wicked weights, very pricey tho lol
#15
Crosshash
Yeah, that's the other thing, 21kg isn't really that much.


Shouldn't need much more than that, it's what you do with it that counts.

Well, unless you've got a body-dismorphic disorder, or otherwise want to be slow, rubbish in a fight, unattractively big to most women and no clothes fit you. :whistling:
#16
I have the heavier set of these which put me back £380. There are no gyms near me and I had a bit of cash burning a hole in my pockets. The build quality is awesome, as long as you dont slam the weights back into place, your sorted.

These have done more for my physique than anything else...suppose I feel guilty if I dont use them after splashing the cash. Great time and space savers, they look pretty nifty too!

Mucho recommended but you could get a few different weights of kettleballs and your sorted :)
#17
666FU
Its not that much cheaper than a gym. Cheapest gym Iv found near me is £20 a month (£240 a year)

And its not just about saving time these take up less space than the old loose weights and bars. You could easily store these in the bottem of a cubboard


I'd much rather go to the gym and have full use of all the equipment and chose as much weight as you'd like and do it in a controlled environment.

I fail to see how anyone could think this is a good deal, 21k is rubbish most people start on 15-20k depending on build so this would be redundant pretty quick.

I'm a regular gym goer and can't stand all this 'do it at home' junk, like you see on shopping channels. If your serious about getting fit/building muscle there is no alternative for a proper gym with good trainers how will build you a program to work to and advise you on nutrition and technique.

I;m currently a member of a David Lloyd centre and it's amazing I get all the support I need, the facilities are second to none. Be fit for life you wont get an all round workout with a set of relatively light bumbells
#18
Rubisco
Shouldn't need much more than that, it's what you do with it that counts.

Well, unless you've got a body-dismorphic disorder, or otherwise want to be slow, rubbish in a fight, unattractively big to most women and no clothes fit you. :whistling:


Complete rubbish re the weight. 21kg x 2 is nothing when you've trained for a few years. In fact, my misses (who doesn't train) can bench this weight.

As for your other comment, Hmmm thats a bit harsh really. Horses for courses really?

Wouldn't it be a bit boring if we all liked the same body shapes? FWIW i've had far more attention since i've been bigger and people generally like it.
#19
d_dixon50
I'd much rather go to the gym and have full use of all the equipment and chose as much weight as you'd like and do it in a controlled environment.

I fail to see how anyone could think this is a good deal, 21k is rubbish most people start on 15-20k depending on build so this would be redundant pretty quick.

I'm a regular gym goer and can't stand all this 'do it at home' junk, like you see on shopping channels. If your serious about getting fit/building muscle there is no alternative for a proper gym with good trainers how will build you a program to work to and advise you on nutrition and technique.

I;m currently a member of a David Lloyd centre and it's amazing I get all the support I need, the facilities are second to none. Be fit for life you wont get an all round workout with a set of relatively light bumbells


I was just pointing out the fact that a gyms not much cheaper. My brother pays close to £80 a month for David Lloyd.

But I agree that without spending loads on bench's, weights and cardio equipment (unless you get it cheap at a car boot or something) you cant
get as good a workout at home than at a gym.
I signed up at a gym this week after training with a set of weights at home for a couple of months
#20
They not heavy enough
#21
666FU
I was just pointing out the fact that a gyms not much cheaper. My brother pays close to £80 a month for David Lloyd.

But I agree that without spending loads on bench's, weights and cardio equipment (unless you get it cheap at a car boot or something) you cant
get as good a workout at home than at a gym.
I signed up at a gym this week after training with a set of weights at home for a couple of months


Really? I pay £52 for mine for full use of all equipment and all classes? He's being ripped off there mate. I also have a personal nutrition and workout plan included in that with quarterly reviews.
#22
For some ppl it will be heavy enough. Been going to a gym for couple of years but have moved house and also now have a baby so its far easier for me to hit me olympic weight bench in the garage than head to a gym. Plus what I've bought for home would have cost me a year and half in a gym, for which I would only have been to 2-3 times a week, takes an extra hour travelling (compared with say 30 seconds), and I dont have to wait my turn to use the weights and benches (heaven).

As they say 'horses for courses'. If you are willing to spend money on a home gym then it is just as good as long as you know what you are doing mind.

Not sure on the these variable weights mind, will have to try sometime.
#23
i have a different make, that go only to 11.5kg per dumbell, but only cost me £50 (i cant remember which website, but got it here on UKHD)

the concept is a brilliant time and space saver and in my opinion is well worth paying extra for.
my weights are used for warming up and really are useful. i really wanted the biger set once i saw the benefits, but will admit that like everyone lese, they are just too expensive.
in time, they will get cheaper no doubt
#24
d_dixon50
Really? I pay £52 for mine for full use of all equipment and all classes? He's being ripped off there mate. I also have a personal nutrition and workout plan included in that with quarterly reviews.


I dont know whats he's got but he's definatly paying in the region of £80 pounds give or take a tenner. Iv told him it a rip off
#25
Rubisco
Shouldn't need much more than that, it's what you do with it that counts.

Well, unless you've got a body-dismorphic disorder, or otherwise want to be slow, rubbish in a fight, unattractively big to most women and no clothes fit you. :whistling:


Having a bigger build isn't bad and you can get clothes that fit. Rubbish in a fight, that's just a laugh. Women don't seem to care about how big or small you are.

As far as weight goes, you need as much as your comfortable with, too much too fast = Hernia. too little = why bother

d_dixon50
I'd much rather go to the gym and have full use of all the equipment and chose as much weight as you'd like and do it in a controlled environment.

I fail to see how anyone could think this is a good deal, 21k is rubbish most people start on 15-20k depending on build so this would be redundant pretty quick.

I'm a regular gym goer and can't stand all this 'do it at home' junk, like you see on shopping channels. If your serious about getting fit/building muscle there is no alternative for a proper gym with good trainers how will build you a program to work to and advise you on nutrition and technique.

I;m currently a member of a David Lloyd centre and it's amazing I get all the support I need, the facilities are second to none. Be fit for life you wont get an all round workout with a set of relatively light bumbells


As far as shopping channels go I'm sure they only do that to try to get your money, but I've never really seen a shopping channel, gyms obviously have better facilities than you would get in a typical house, but you can exercise every muscle group with a set of dumbells, they aren't just for bicep curls.
2 Likes #26
Guys,

I am new to this and don't want to teach anybody how to suck eggs but this deal is now cold for the wrong reasons.

It's retail price is £300, Deal is £240 or so - representing a discount of 20%. A good deal in my book.

Regardless if you think they are too expensive, too light etc - please restrict voting and comments to the deal not the product.

If you can find them cheaper elsewhere vote cold, if not either vote hot or don't vote at all.

If I had listed a ferrari at a price of £80,000 showing a 20% discount would this have been voted cold as well because you could buy a BMW which is just as fast for half the price.

Something not right here. If I'm wrong tell me ...

Rgds
1 Like #27
Good post - have some rep!
#28
Thanks for support !

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