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New Years Resolution on a budget - York Fitness Kettle Bells - from £3.00 @ Tesco, Some Online, More Instore. FREE click and collect + 0.5% quidco/0.52% TCB

£3.00 @ Tesco
£3 for a 2KG York Fitness kettlebell (£6.44 @ Amazon) £4 for a 4KG York Fitness kettlebell (£9 @ Amazon) £8 for 8KG kettle bell (23.99 @ amazon) Link goes to 8KG @ Tesco Direct. Loads of other… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
£3 for a 2KG York Fitness kettlebell (£6.44 @ Amazon)
£4 for a 4KG York Fitness kettlebell (£9 @ Amazon)
£8 for 8KG kettle bell (23.99 @ amazon)

Link goes to 8KG @ Tesco Direct.

Loads of other fitness reductions instore and online.
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#1
Deal
1 Like #2
They had these in tesco home on sealand road as well
#3
Just ordered some 8kg good deal this
#4
Just went to buy the 4kg one but it is OOS online
#5
Good for this price (if you can find them), however if you are serious about kettlebells as a long term fitness aid then iron ones are the way to go.
#6
Why do you need a bell on your kettle?! Most modern kettles automatically switch off when they reach boiling point.
And why do they need to be so heavy?
Sorry but cold, an unnecessary gimmick.
#7
You can offset this deal (in health terms) by going for the 99p 2kg sugar deal at the 99p store post earlier :)
#8
Davidbrent i hope u r just joking around but just incase u aint a kettle bell is a fittness tool
Reallygood for toning and losing weight
I recomend to start with an 8kg
The rest r too light
£8 is very cheap
I paid more for mine
#9
Maybe re-amend title to say...Women's fitness kettle bells?
#10
Locknloadharry
Maybe re-amend title to say...Women's fitness kettle bells?

In what way are they womens?
Kettlebells are kettlebells.
#11
^whoosh
#12
Thanks OP :)
#13
shineyads
Good for this price (if you can find them), however if you are serious about kettlebells as a long term fitness aid then iron ones are the way to go.

Just out of interest, why do they have to be iron ones? surely its the weight of the bell that's the issue? (just asking)
#14
reformedEffortMaker
shineyads
Good for this price (if you can find them), however if you are serious about kettlebells as a long term fitness aid then iron ones are the way to go.

Just out of interest, why do they have to be iron ones? surely its the weight of the bell that's the issue? (just asking)

Iron ones will last a lot longer and withstand some damage etc.

Got a few iron ones, a lot heavier than these, but then I paid a lot more too.
#15
teh arn
reformedEffortMaker
shineyads
Good for this price (if you can find them), however if you are serious about kettlebells as a long term fitness aid then iron ones are the way to go.

Just out of interest, why do they have to be iron ones? surely its the weight of the bell that's the issue? (just asking)

Iron ones will last a lot longer and withstand some damage etc.

Got a few iron ones, a lot heavier than these, but then I paid a lot more too.


The handles on iron ones tend to be thinner, which makes them easier to hold (especially considering you'll most likely be swinging these around a room in your house).
Also, the vinyl ones tend to be filled with sand. The sand will move around when the kettlebell is being swung which can cause more momentum than you were looking for and make it more susceptible to slip out of your grasp - especially with the large smooth vinyl handle and your sweaty palms! :p
#16
had york fitness pair of dumbbells (without weights) for £5 in my local big tesco. Also 5kg cast iron weight for £6.50

Also reduced were individual weighted dumbbells ranging from 1kg to 3kg if I remember correctly.




Edited By: trebormints on Jan 01, 2015 22:55
#17
not too shabby since it was 8kg I was looking for.

I agree the iron ones are somewhat heavier though...
1 Like #18
Let me get this right... 8kg Iron kettle bells are heavier than 8kg vinyl kettle Bells?
#19
theprimeminister
Let me get this right... 8kg Iron kettle bells are heavier than 8kg vinyl kettle Bells?

I think Chuckley is having you on!
#20
shineyads
teh arn
reformedEffortMaker
shineyads
Good for this price (if you can find them), however if you are serious about kettlebells as a long term fitness aid then iron ones are the way to go.

Just out of interest, why do they have to be iron ones? surely its the weight of the bell that's the issue? (just asking)

Iron ones will last a lot longer and withstand some damage etc.

Got a few iron ones, a lot heavier than these, but then I paid a lot more too.

The handles on iron ones tend to be thinner, which makes them easier to hold (especially considering you'll most likely be swinging these around a room in your house).
Also, the vinyl ones tend to be filled with sand. The sand will move around when the kettlebell is being swung which can cause more momentum than you were looking for and make it more susceptible to slip out of your grasp - especially with the large smooth vinyl handle and your sweaty palms! :p

I haven't found one filled with sand yet; the vinyl ones I've seen tend to be filled with something similar to plaster.
#21
theprimeminister
Let me get this right... 8kg Iron kettle bells are heavier than 8kg vinyl kettle Bells?
the ones covered in that rubber/plastic seem to be lighter.
#22
Plaster would be fine, unfortunately all the vinyl ones I've found have been filled with sand (admittedly I haven't tried the York ones).

I'm guessing it's a psychological thing about the supposed difference in weight between vinyl and iron - otherwise there would be all sorts of 'trades description act' legal shenanigans going on! :)
#23
chuckley
theprimeminister
Let me get this right... 8kg Iron kettle bells are heavier than 8kg vinyl kettle Bells?
the ones covered in that rubber/plastic seem to be lighter.

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