10Bell Adjustable Kettlebell (1.1kg - 11.4kg) and Exercise DVD plus FREE protein shaker and FREE lifting straps- £25 delivered @ Monstersupplements
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10Bell Adjustable Kettlebell (1.1kg - 11.4kg) and Exercise DVD plus FREE protein shaker and FREE lifting straps- £25 delivered @ Monstersupplements

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Found 2nd Jun 2016
I thought this was a great price considering there are 10 different weight settings and 2 free gifts. Kettlebells are normally fairly expensive and can take up a lot of room if you have several - this seems like a great solution. It also comes with a user manual and exercise DVD for beginners.

The maximum weight is 11.4kg (25lbs) and minimum is 1.1 kg (2.5lbs).

Available in grey or red.

The lifting straps are automatically added but you need to add the shaker manually (and the price will be deducted). Link for free shaker monstersupplements.com/mon…tml

There is also 10% student discount possible via Student Beans

For those who don't want to sign up you can purchase via them on Amazon too at the same price (although there is no mention of the free gifts there) amazon.co.uk/10B…SS2

10Bell is an innovational product designed with the user in mind. Each kit contains a user manual and Exercise DVD so even if you have never used a Kettlebell before you will be able to pick up the 10Bell and go. Weight range is from Setting Number

Setting Number Weight in lbs Weight in Kg
1 2.5 1.13
2 5 2.27
3 7.5 3.4
4 10 4.54
5 12.5 5.67
6 15 6.8
7 17.5 7.94
8 20 9.07
9 22.5 10.21
10 25 11.34
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Don't forget cash back, quidco has 5% on all sales
Poor old postie having to deliver these lol
Thank you Finally got kettlebell
Shame the weight is so low. Brilliant price otherwise.
Doesn't seem to want to accept the Student Beans code
It just adds back on the price of the shaker. But even if the shaker is removed the code doesn't work.
Edited by: "kent93" 2nd Jun 2016
Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least 12-16kg..

livestrong.com/art…et/

Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least … Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least 12-16kg..http://www.livestrong.com/article/231757-what-weight-kettlebell-should-i-get/



Exactly, and women too, I see a lot of young girls in the gym only moving a couple of kg at a time, let's not forget it's just men who work out.
thanks ordered!!!, will do nice for my garage gym
I'll buy a few and strap them together so that I can post back on here about how much of a hero I am

thanks ordered!!!, will do nice for my garage gym



Ordered too, will go brilliantly in my £1.6m basement extension
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Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least … Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least 12-16kg..http://www.livestrong.com/article/231757-what-weight-kettlebell-should-i-get/



It depends on the type of exercise surely? I'd agree with you for a kettleball swing for example, but for a single arm lying tricep extension or bicep curl this would suit a lot of "experienced" users - as I say it's all dependent on the exercise you are performing.

Edited by: "adsham" 2nd Jun 2016
silly question, but how do you adjust the weights on these?
Can anyone who has these, confirm whether the handle has a welding seem?
I've had kettle bells where there is a welding seem on the lower part of the handle, so when you rotate your hand it catches on it.

Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least … Not bad for beginners, those with experience would need at least 12-16kg..http://www.livestrong.com/article/231757-what-weight-kettlebell-should-i-get/

You presume too much mate - I'm competent with a kettle bell with good few years experience and use 6,8 and a 10 but rarely a 12 - good form/technique far more important than how big........
bought for the missus
brilliant bought to use with HIIT. Was waiting for a lidl or other supermarket offer
Edited by: "louisputtick" 2nd Jun 2016
Bought to use as a doorstop.
Sharpharp

Can anyone who has these, confirm whether the handle has a welding seem? … Can anyone who has these, confirm whether the handle has a welding seem? I've had kettle bells where there is a welding seem on the lower part of the handle, so when you rotate your hand it catches on it.



​Doesn't look like it has but you could just file it down and finish it with a bit of emery cloth if this was ever a problem.
Thank you, means I can gert rid of my different weights and save some space
Make your own kettle bell by using water pipes. It gives you the flexibility of adding the weights to it. Cost is amazingly cheap. I made one for myself by ordering the pipes from ebay

link to instructions
Edited by: "raghu2000" 2nd Jun 2016
Great female starter bell
kate g

You presume too much mate - I'm competent with a kettle bell with good … You presume too much mate - I'm competent with a kettle bell with good few years experience and use 6,8 and a 10 but rarely a 12 - good form/technique far more important than how big........

That's what she said.
Original Poster

Make your own kettle bell by using water pipes. It gives you the … Make your own kettle bell by using water pipes. It gives you the flexibility of adding the weights to it. Cost is amazingly cheap. I made one for myself by ordering the pipes from ebaylink to instructions



Good idea if you already have the plates.
Not being a weights snob either. I'm tiny. Started on 15kg minimum from literally nothing but flab and even that was too low. I can't even eat real food.
Yeah shame you cant get heavier weights for same price.

Working at pets at home was regularly carrying 20kg pedigree to customers cars.
Got this for the missus, thanks!

brilliant bought to use with HIIT. Was waiting for a lidl or other … brilliant bought to use with HIIT. Was waiting for a lidl or other supermarket offer


lidl have them in today, 10kg for 9.99 and 5 for 6.99 iirc

oh... and this thread for a laugh..
hotukdeals.com/dea…645
Edited by: "brilly" 2nd Jun 2016
Never understood the purpose of these? What advantage do they have over dumbbells?
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lidl have them in today, 10kg for 9.99 and 5 for 6.99 iircoh... and this … lidl have them in today, 10kg for 9.99 and 5 for 6.99 iircoh... and this thread for a laugh..http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kettle-bells-from-4-99-aldi-s-1108645#comments



Wow, that is amusing!

Never understood the purpose of these? What advantage do they have over … Never understood the purpose of these? What advantage do they have over dumbbells?



The movements are different. These are to be swung rather than lifted (although you can simply lift them, as someone pointed out further up), but their best use is to be heavier than the dumbbell you'd be using and moved through many planes, such as with a two-handed swing or Turkish get-up. You use lots of stabilising muscles, and go for high reps so burn lots of calories as well as building strength. They aren't as efficient at strength building as barbells, but they are very good with limited space and can be packed away in a way a power rack can't. Also, when the weight is no longer challenging they are still good for warm-ups or single-arm movements so the money isn't dead, and they seem to keep their value well for ebaying afterwards.

Edit: translated from garbage into English.
Edited by: "Gdfrench" 2nd Jun 2016
Ordered this earlier and it's being delivered tomorrow!!!!

Brilliant for the core and getting that beach belly back in no time

Not being a weights snob either. I'm tiny. Started on 15kg minimum from … Not being a weights snob either. I'm tiny. Started on 15kg minimum from literally nothing but flab and even that was too low. I can't even eat real food.



If you had flab i'd say you were already eating too much food
Awesome op. Thank you very much!
found this website that looks useful:
kettlebellworkouts.com/
Heat for a grow a deal as adjustable kettlebells, or weights of any kind in fact, are normally much more expensive. Can't help feeling that the lifting straps are a but incongruous though - if you're using an 11kg kettlebell it's highly unlikely you're going to be deadlifting the kind of weight that would necessitate the use of straps.
What do you do with these? Swing em about?
mushypeas25

What do you do with these? Swing em about?



Make tea
bailey87

Make tea



Oh cool, then you ring the bell when the tea is ready? Sweeeet!
Original Poster

Heat for a grow a deal as adjustable kettlebells, or weights of any kind … Heat for a grow a deal as adjustable kettlebells, or weights of any kind in fact, are normally much more expensive. Can't help feeling that the lifting straps are a but incongruous though - if you're using an 11kg kettlebell it's highly unlikely you're going to be deadlifting the kind of weight that would necessitate the use of straps.



Indeed, I guess they are just getting rid of stock - in fact the original deal came with a third free gift of grips

lidl have them in today, 10kg for 9.99 and 5 for 6.99 iircoh... and this … lidl have them in today, 10kg for 9.99 and 5 for 6.99 iircoh... and this thread for a laugh..http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kettle-bells-from-4-99-aldi-s-1108645#comments



Jeez, the amount of testosterone in that thread. Made me cringe and laugh in equal measure.
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