2x 5KG Weight plates £12.99 / 10KG Weight Plate £12.99 / 4x 2.5kg Weight Plates £12.99 [Cast iron] Prices include delivery @ Aldi
297°Expired

2x 5KG Weight plates £12.99 / 10KG Weight Plate £12.99 / 4x 2.5kg Weight Plates £12.99 [Cast iron] Prices include delivery @ Aldi

Editor 11
Editor
LocalFound 2nd Jan
Was after 4 5KG plates to add to my existing dumbbells, just to increase the weight options I have. These don't look bad at all delivered. Persoanlly I prefer cast iron, as the plastic type tend to be much wider, so you're not able to get as much weight on the bars. That and they last for AGES.

The sale was mentioned but thought these were worth a shout, for anyone else on the lookout.

Crane 10 kg Weight Plate £12.99
Crane 2.5kg Weight Plates 4 Pack £12.99
Crane 5kg Weight Plates 2 Pack £12.99


2869536.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

11 Comments
"2x 5KG Weight plates £12.99 / 10KG Weight Plate £12.99 / 4x 2.5kg Weight Pates £12.99 [Cast iron] Prices include delivery @ Aldi"

Are Weight Pates part of Aldi's post-Christmas reduced calorie diet range?
Good deal, especially with delivery included, cheers op
Edited by: "mightykaboosh" 2nd Jan
And in store
I was very close to getting the bar and some extra plates for my home gym. I called aldi to see how much weight the bar could hold as I don't want it to become useless after a few months. I'm waiting for a callback at the moment.

Also If you are looking to buy kettle bells they have a very good range from 2kg to 12kg. I bought the whole range for ~50 which is the best I could find at the time, they are also cast iron and coated in vinyl which is nice. OP for aldi kettle bells which was posed last week.

I was just wondering if anyone knew how generic the circumference of the hole in the weight plates was (Weight plate holes approx. 25.4cm diameter), so they could be used for other bars maybe? The weight plates themselves are a good price.
Edited by: "Tank" 2nd Jan
Tank1 h, 27 m ago

I was very close to getting the bar and some extra plates for my home gym. …I was very close to getting the bar and some extra plates for my home gym. I called aldi to see how much weight the bar could hold as I don't want it to become useless after a few months. I'm waiting for a callback at the moment. Also If you are looking to buy kettle bells they have a very good range from 2kg to 12kg. I bought the whole range for ~50 which is the best I could find at the time, they are also cast iron and coated in vinyl which is nice. OP for aldi kettle bells which was posed last week.I was just wondering if anyone knew how generic the circumference of the hole in the weight plates was (Weight plate holes approx. 25.4cm diameter), so they could be used for other bars maybe? The weight plates themselves are a good price.


I think 1" is a fairly standard hole centre, though my bar seems to be a little bigger so I'm not 100% these will fit. I may buy and return if not, though they're also selling a single dumbell with around 8kg of weights for £15 so could supplement current bars with those
Edsaid19 m ago

I think 1" is a fairly standard hole centre, though my bar seems to be a …I think 1" is a fairly standard hole centre, though my bar seems to be a little bigger so I'm not 100% these will fit. I may buy and return if not, though they're also selling a single dumbell with around 8kg of weights for £15 so could supplement current bars with those



It's the dumbbell you're referring to, the barbell is this. Aldi should call back tomorrow regarding the max weight the bar can take, I'm not expecting it to be much at all considering they haven't stated it anywhere and the aldi customer service can't find the info anywhere on their systems.
Tank33 m ago

It's the dumbbell you're referring to, the barbell is this. Aldi should …It's the dumbbell you're referring to, the barbell is this. Aldi should call back tomorrow regarding the max weight the bar can take, I'm not expecting it to be much at all considering they haven't stated it anywhere and the aldi customer service can't find the info anywhere on their systems.


Oops sorry misunderstood. Don't they produce the same weights for both bars + dumbells?
Edsaid1 h, 28 m ago

Oops sorry misunderstood. Don't they produce the same weights for both …Oops sorry misunderstood. Don't they produce the same weights for both bars + dumbells?


Yes that's correct but you can get york dumbbells for roughly the same price so I left getting the aldi one's last week.

Also what I was wondering in my first post was that if the weight plates would fit a york barbell for example (without being loose or not fitting) or something else rather than crane's own stuff. That's what I meant when I said 'how generic the circumference of the hole in the weight plates is'. If so it might be worth getting the weight plates from aldi while they have them in stock seeing as the price is very good.
Edited by: "Tank" 2nd Jan
These look like 1" holes, which would fit most dumbells. Barbells' standard is the Olympic version, ie. 2" holes. (which these wouldn't fit)
Could be either 1”, 28mm or 30mm. Decathlon do 28mm and Gorilla Sports do 30mm for example.

ALDI description says 25.4mm, i.e. 1”.
Edited by: "ccparkhill" 2nd Jan
Just to let anyone know that the weight limit for the barbell is 60kg which is not the best. Good job I held off.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text