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Jordan olympic 2inch rubber coated hex plates (with handles) at only 1.27 per kg @ Jordan Fitness

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Really cheap at £1.27kg for rubber coated hex plaes with handles . Ive been looking at getting rubbercoated plates for a while but just picked up a decent second hand set for slightly cheaper than thi…
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Does anyone know a place to get a good 2" bar cheap...
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leeparsons
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leeparsons
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leeparsons
brilly
less than 1.27/kg more like 1.01
very very good deal
postage is 9.99
A good deal. But I shouldn't buy any more, with that argos deal that was posted, for 60kg's for £40 That beat's this, but very good indeed.
P.s Just a reminder, it does state Olympic, so be aware it be a 2" Olympic bar your need.
thanks for the info about your gear lee, lemme get a pen and paper...
the other deal doesn't beat this - its just different for a different class of product
bog standard 1 inch cast vs oly rubber coated with handles 25kg plates included which are much better for deads
It does beat for £ per kg. I did not say it beat it for the type or class of the product. To be honest, tri grip weight plates are no different to normal ones. Rubber ones, are not good. You will find after time, that the rubber will come off.
How much are you going to dead lift? As i dont think those 1" bars will be much good when you go past about 120.
what does the 1 inch limit have to do with these weights?
I was saying that, if you had a 1" bar, and these 2" weights, they will be rather lose. Allot of cheap weights which have been on sale from most non specific sports specialists stores, like tesco, argos etc. They use a 1" bar. So anyone who has stock up with these, would need to buy a new 2" bar, to use these weights.
right.. it does say olympic as well as 2 inch in the title
I do realise that. I'm an just pointing it out to anyone, who might nover looks this, and wondersv why they weren't a good fit.
leeparsons
brilly
leeparsons
brilly
leeparsons
brilly
less than 1.27/kg more like 1.01
very very good deal
postage is 9.99
A good deal. But I shouldn't buy any more, with that argos deal that was posted, for 60kg's for £40 That beat's this, but very good indeed.
P.s Just a reminder, it does state Olympic, so be aware it be a 2" Olympic bar your need.
thanks for the info about your gear lee, lemme get a pen and paper...
the other deal doesn't beat this - its just different for a different class of product
bog standard 1 inch cast vs oly rubber coated with handles 25kg plates included which are much better for deads
It does beat for £ per kg. I did not say it beat it for the type or class of the product. To be honest, tri grip weight plates are no different to normal ones. Rubber ones, are not good. You will find after time, that the rubber will come off.
How much are you going to dead lift? As i dont think those 1" bars will be much good when you go past about 120.
what does the 1 inch limit have to do with these weights?
I was saying that, if you had a 1" bar, and these 2" weights, they will be rather lose. Allot of cheap weights which have been on sale from most non specific sports specialists stores, like tesco, argos etc. They use a 1" bar. So anyone who has stock up with these, would need to buy a new 2" bar, to use these weights.
right.. it does say olympic as well as 2 inch in the title
brilly
leeparsons
brilly
leeparsons
brilly
less than 1.27/kg more like 1.01
very very good deal
postage is 9.99
A good deal. But I shouldn't buy any more, with that argos deal that was posted, for 60kg's for £40 That beat's this, but very good indeed.
P.s Just a reminder, it does state Olympic, so be aware it be a 2" Olympic bar your need.
thanks for the info about your gear lee, lemme get a pen and paper...
the other deal doesn't beat this - its just different for a different class of product
bog standard 1 inch cast vs oly rubber coated with handles 25kg plates included which are much better for deads
It does beat for £ per kg. I did not say it beat it for the type or class of the product. To be honest, tri grip weight plates are no different to normal ones. Rubber ones, are not good. You will find after time, that the rubber will come off.
How much are you going to dead lift? As i dont think those 1" bars will be much good when you go past about 120.
what does the 1 inch limit have to do with these weights?
I was saying that, if you had a 1" bar, and these 2" weights, they will be rather lose. Allot of cheap weights which have been on sale from most non specific sports specialists stores, like tesco, argos etc. They use a 1" bar. So anyone who has stock up with these, would need to buy a new 2" bar, to use these weights.
the 1.27 thing is 'from' which is a 1.25kg plate ie 1.01ish per kg btw
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