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York 15kg Vinyl Dumbbell Set £4.99 @ Argos

£4.99 @ Argos
York 15kg Vinyl Dumbbell Set £4.99 great deal I think, plenty of stock in my local store reserve online collect in store 4 x 1.1kg. 4 x 2.3kg. 2 x 38cm spinlock bars with plastic sleeves. …
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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago
York 15kg Vinyl Dumbbell Set £4.99
great deal I think, plenty of stock in my local store reserve online collect in store
4 x 1.1kg.

4 x 2.3kg.

2 x 38cm spinlock bars with plastic sleeves.

4 x spinlock collars.

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#1
None in stock for me, 20 mile radius.
Looks like a clearance line from there old catalouge as they have a new design set for £13.49.
Don't think many folk will find these.
#2
Good deal but none in stock near me
#3
checked over 30 stores and all out of stock, good deal if you can get it but very unlikely
#4
Hi
Excellent post TY :-D I just reserved a pair at Argos Dumbarton - Scotland if anyone wants to check there and are in the area :thumbsup:
#5
non it stock in midlands well birmingham!
#6
in stock at many Northern Ireland stores
#7
Hi, just check on argos website and its showing £13.99 :(
#8
just been in our local Sainsburys ( Tyne & Wear) and they have a set of dumbbells on a tree consisting of
2 x 1.1KG
2 x 2.3KG
2 x 4.5KG

This was reduced by 50% to £11.99

Not sure if this is nationwide though but hope its useful to someone.
#9
none in stock in the westcountry
#10
none in stock around cambridge.
#11
there is some in stock in leatherhead, surrey if anyone is interested
#12
crazeylimey
none in stock in the westcountry


Yeah. Just found that out. A mate and I live in different parts of Bristol, and so checked various stores nearest to us, but nothing.

We're both still after a cheap-ish set, so if anyone can recommend a decent set please let me know.
#13
aoaz
Hi, just check on argos website and its showing £13.99 :(


still showing 4.99 on the link for me
#14
decent price but at this weight you will soon need more dumbells.
#15
Good deal if your 10 years old.
banned#16
simpson_eh
Good deal if your 10 years old.


Hu? You shouldn't do weights till your 16! and good for anyone wanting to tone their muscles and not look like a prat. Voted cold anyway as these are out of stock within a 30 mile radius.
#17
2 in stock at Dunfermline at the moment. Too far for me.
#18
Far too light.
#19
They say i will after weight
#20
No stock at any of these locations.
Southampton West Quay
Southampton High Street
Totton
Eastleigh
Fareham Titchfield
Fareham West Street
Winchester
Gosport
Isle of Wight
Portsmouth
#21
At the very best, they will be ok for beginners to work on gaining correct technique and for basic conditioning for most de-conditioned individuals. If you are serious about weight training, I would recommend staying away from vinyl and investing in some proper weights. If not Olympic size bars, weights and collars, at least get a metal set. Remember guys and girls, don't do too much too soon!
#22
none in Wales
#23
i bought the same kit from argos in the past paid about £15
#24
lumoruk
Hu? You shouldn't do weights till your 16! and good for anyone wanting to tone their muscles and not look like a prat. .


So you think all the pro athletes, bodybuilders etc didn't start touching weights until they were 16, i don't think so.

That would mean you wouldn't even be able to do martial arts until your 16, considering push ups are the same as doing wieghts.
#25
lumoruk
Hu? You shouldn't do weights till your 16! and good for anyone wanting to tone their muscles and not look like a prat. Voted cold anyway as these are out of stock within a 30 mile radius.


No such thing as 'tone' muscles.
banned#26
too many fools posting in this thread

khimbar
No such thing as 'tone' muscles.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/factfiles/tone/adductor_animation.shtml
#27
Good advice from Matrixblade.

Combined weight is around 7KG each, so you might get away with these if you're a part-timer doing the occasional concentration curls in between proper gym-sessions. But you might find yourself wanting more resistance rather quickly. I lapsed and now I've downgraded my curls in the gym from 10 to a wimpy 7.5, I need to get in there more than once a week! :oops:

And if you want muscle definition, lose the fat. Trim-to-tone and all that.
#28
Excatly Nookster!

Tone up can only accur by having a low body fat percentage, not by doing light weights, thats is rubbish, that will only have an opposite effect by eating into your muscle. Always work your biceps to total failure!!

But these could be good for beginners, as it will help them gain a rhythm and control.:thumbsup::)
#29
#30
Argos - what a con.

They showed out of stock in all Argos's in my area too but as I was passing one today, I keyed in the code from the catalogue and they had two sets in stock at full price. It just seems like they dont want to sell them at the discounted rate so they say "out of stock" on the reserve and collect service.

Surely if there are some in stock then they should agree to sell them rather than pretend they are out of stock unless somone is willing to pay full price.

This strikes me as a very dodgy way of doing business.
#31
Longy
Argos - what a con.

They showed out of stock in all Argos's in my area too but as I was passing one today, I keyed in the code from the catalogue and they had two sets in stock at full price. It just seems like they dont want to sell them at the discounted rate so they say "out of stock" on the reserve and collect service.

Surely if there are some in stock then they should agree to sell them rather than pretend they are out of stock unless somone is willing to pay full price.

This strikes me as a very dodgy way of doing business.


they do this sort of thing all the time.they had a large media unit on sale at half price,home delivery only,that seemed to be out of stock as soon as it came on offer.as soon as the offer ended what do you know back in stock:x

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