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2 Pro Fitness Adjustable Dumbbells - 12.5Kg £45.98 @ Argos
2 Pro Fitness Adjustable Dumbbells - 12.5Kg £45.98 @ Argos

2 Pro Fitness Adjustable Dumbbells - 12.5Kg £45.98 @ Argos

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Boasting 5 different weights in one dumbbell, from 2.5kg through to a whopping 12.5kg, this set has everything you need to strengthen and tone your body.

reduced to £32.99 for one, but you save another £20 when you purchase 2, so 2 for £45.98

good for a beginner

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Peng deal brah

That's a dead good price. Massive heat for finding it

Good price ,will be a few on gumtree for a tenner by march though.;)

can't find any stock from Kent to London

Most dumbbell sets are adjustable, you shouldn't have to pay anything close to 45 quid for 2 x 12.5kg dumbells.

decathlon do a really good set of 2x10kg for around £20 last I checked; so long as you don't mind the screw on style

cold no stock anywhere

£1 per kg is a good price for plates, these are gimmicky and overpriced

towan

decathlon do a really good set of 2x10kg for around £20 last I checked; so … decathlon do a really good set of 2x10kg for around £20 last I checked; so long as you don't mind the screw on style


This is much more convenient and fast to change. Screw one are crap. Look around and you will see that it's a great price

What's the deal with these? They are just quicker to change than a standard plate? You tend to get a minute between sets anyway, so don't get why changing the weights needs to be so fast? And double the price of a normal set of dumbbells, are they really worth it?

No stock Glasgow. I checked last week and there was loads, must have sold a wad the last week or so >>>

Danze1984

What's the deal with these? They are just quicker to change than a … What's the deal with these? They are just quicker to change than a standard plate? You tend to get a minute between sets anyway, so don't get why changing the weights needs to be so fast? And double the price of a normal set of dumbbells, are they really worth it?


changing plates is a pain so they are worth it but the drawback that 12.5 isn't that much so you would most likely need one heavier set anyway. Still its a great price if you can find some.

adjustable are excellent for saving time but more important space but these are very light and never seen ones so light . A good pair should cost you from at least £200 up to over a thousand for top of the range.
These are to light for a man but maybe ok for light lifting for women.

With spin locks or normal bar and collar weights you need to store the weight plates which takes up space and you also have to go about changing the weight with every workout. Going from heavy weight to light weights can be annoying when you get more advanced. Adjustables are generally compact and easy to use, there well worth it if your serious about working out but for me personally the weight on these is to low but would be a good investment for someone who is just getting started.

Great price if you're not bothered about the low weight limit.

lucyferror

This is much more convenient and fast to change. Screw one are crap. Look … This is much more convenient and fast to change. Screw one are crap. Look around and you will see that it's a great price



Not trying to discredit this deal, I voted hot for what they are, but just another option for those that are in look for cheaper all metal weights. I too would agree that the screw ones are really poor and continually need tightening.

Screw ones are always cheapest

12.5kg is no way near heavy enough for any kind of progression, I would imagine a lot of people would out grow this weight quite quickly.

mad569797

can't find any stock from Kent to London



Wembley has stock

Just to put this into context, if you wanted a 24kg pair of Bowflex ones you're looking at £400..
fitness-superstore.co.uk/bow…tml?gclid=Cj0KEQiAwMLDBRDCh_r9sMvQ_88BEiQA6zuAQ-18hYHOS8ofXztF-SBFIuheQ5YNbwKBqDCCS_fVpjgaAvas8P8HAQ
You're likely to want 41kg in all honestly if you're wanting to do chest and back exercises with it as they should give you a decent progression without running out of weight, but they're around £700..

York so some but they are cheap imitations and get very rusty on the handles from sweating.

There's a stand you can get which is recommended and holds the weights at waist height for you.

Even with the best ones you have to get used to lifting them out correctly to get the plates to latch on as they should.

I decided against them when I found that I couldn't be bothered to use my home gym and the membership was the better route.

I'd make sure I had a wide range of dumbbells and was seriously into working out at home with a decent of period of time before taking the plunge. They do hold their value well though on eBay if you were to sell them off.

For £46 even as a way of getting shot of your 4 lightest set of dumbbells and to see whether this kind of setup suits it's a throwaway price comparatively.

The obvious drawback is the resetting time needed which can mess with your flow if you're doing quick circuits or supersets though.

Also I wouldn't want to toss these on the floor after a heavy set if I've paid £700 for them!

Danze1984

What's the deal with these? They are just quicker to change than a … What's the deal with these? They are just quicker to change than a standard plate? You tend to get a minute between sets anyway, so don't get why changing the weights needs to be so fast?



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do you even lift bro

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nexus76

adjustable are excellent for saving time but more important space but … adjustable are excellent for saving time but more important space but these are very light and never seen ones so light . A good pair should cost you from at least £200 up to over a thousand for top of the range.These are to light for a man but maybe ok for light lifting for women.


And the Sterotype of the year award goes to....Nexus76.
Just because a lifter would find these light after a while. Many people would still have a use for them. They are ideal for any gender, especially anyone wanting to get a little definition or anyone doing some physical rehabilitation.
Also if used properly with correct form they will last longer. Doing it right is harder but doesn't have the same bragging rights for heavier weights.

I should also add. These while not in use are safer than a small stack of loose plates. Anyone with kids will appreciate that.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 8th Jan

DexMorgan

Most dumbbell sets are adjustable, you shouldn't have to pay anything … Most dumbbell sets are adjustable, you shouldn't have to pay anything close to 45 quid for 2 x 12.5kg dumbells.



Find a cheaper deal for ones as good as this then.

I don't think it's too much of a stereotype to say these weights are not meant for male adults. Nexus probably wasn't thinking about use for rehabilitation.
These dumbbells are great for a home gym though. Easy and tidy.

paperwings

12.5kg is no way near heavy enough for any kind of progression, I would … 12.5kg is no way near heavy enough for any kind of progression, I would imagine a lot of people would out grow this weight quite quickly.



Not at all. Not everyone wants to look beefcake. The are great for toning

njdbaxter

a whopping 12.5kg



Wrong adjective.

Hand to replace the little weights and you can always buy some proper ones later I suppose.

I suspect the vast majority of people do not train regularly and therefore this weight done with proper technique would be fine for most e.g. no rocking, arching the back or rotating the shoulder for a curl.
They of course could also be used for reverse curls and tricep throwbacks for example and i reckon Joe Average would struggle with thise exercises at this weight. Ideal for ladies i guess.
I have a set of Powerblock U90s (mega bucks) but find it a pain to keep changing the weights and so I also have fixed dumbbells. Personally I prefer a fixed weights but you would have to fill your house with various sets and quality dumbbells cost hundreds as the weight increases.

12.5kg is ideal for the average 12 year old. get some heat!

Out of stock everywhere. Should be marked as expired

Weights for ladies. Cute.

Heat added as it's a good deal

DocRobotnik

Find a cheaper deal for ones as good as this then.



I wouldn't waste my time.

"A whopping 12.5kg". Was this sarcasm?

These are a waste of money for the Kg's included. When would you realistically use anything below 10kg? I'd use these for rear delts and thats about it as they require tiny weights.

Oneday77

And the Sterotype of the year award goes to....Nexus76. Just because a … And the Sterotype of the year award goes to....Nexus76. Just because a lifter would find these light after a while. Many people would still have a use for them. They are ideal for any gender, especially anyone wanting to get a little definition or anyone doing some physical rehabilitation. Also if used properly with correct form they will last longer. Doing it right is harder but doesn't have the same bragging rights for heavier weights. I should also add. These while not in use are safer than a small stack of loose plates. Anyone with kids will appreciate that.



​And award for moronic post with absolutely no point or relevance got to this clown.
Go send your essay to the teacher as I couldn't give a toss.
These weights are light and overpriced especially when you can get plates for under a tenner and as I stated adjustables are great for space saving so sit down, now off you pop professor.
Edited by: "nexus76" 8th Jan

thelagmonster

Great price if you're not bothered about the low weight limit.



​Do you even lift?

Good deal, they don't have any in my area, which is probably good as I already have the 25kg adjustable ones but still would have been tempted to buy these as they are so cheap...

nexus76

​And award for moronic post with absolutely no point or relevance got to t … ​And award for moronic post with absolutely no point or relevance got to this clown. Go send your essay to the teacher as I couldn't give a toss. These weights are light and overpriced especially when you can get plates for under a tenner and as I stated adjustables are great for space saving so sit down, now off you pop professor.



​you sound like you're in the middle of a mid life crisis, son.

wind it in.

JayKing

Out of stock everywhere. Should be marked as expired



Just ordered the last one in Castlepoint , Bournemouth, worthy of a punt at this price were 2 for £100 a while back I'm 6"2 and 18 stone by the way ex player of Rugby , Squash and Football looking for a gentle way back to fitness before I ramp it up a bit
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