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Everlast 25kg Adjustable Dumbbell £96.09 with Quidco Cashback + £4.95 Del at Sports Direct
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Everlast 25kg Adjustable Dumbbell £96.09 with Quidco Cashback + £4.95 Del at Sports Direct

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Posted 18th Jan

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I've seen these dumbbells before ranging from £129.99 - £149.99 before. £99.99 is the cheapest I have seen for a very long time.

Saves space in having to have a big rack of dumbbells. Twist the desired weight.

Description:

Build, strengthen and tone your entire body, with the Everlast Adjustable Dumbbell. Removing the need for a full rack of dumbbells, this dumbbell can change from 2.5kg to 32.5kg or 2.5kg to 25kg(Depending on which size purchased) with a twist of the dial at 2.5kg increments saving space and money. The dumbbell can be used to train legs with squats and lunges, chest through bench pressing, biceps and triceps with the use of arm curls and tricep extensions and training your back using bent over rows and deadlifts.

Key Features:

25kg Includes: 2.5kg, 5kg, 7.5kg, 10kg, 12.5kg, 15kg, 17.5kg, 20kg, 22.5kg and 25kg options
32.5kg Includes: 2.5kg, 5kg, 7.5kg, 10kg, 12.5kg, 15kg, 17.5kg, 20kg, 22.5kg, 25kg, 27.5kg, 30kg and 32.5kg options
Includes storage tray
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I think sports direct is a guarantee for cold votes regardless of the item or price, just because it's sports direct and their many low quality, original look alike products.
Edited by: "traienuts" 18th Jan
traienuts18/01/2020 13:54

I think sports direct is a guarantee for cold votes regardless of the item …I think sports direct is a guarantee for cold votes regardless of the item or price, just because it's sports direct and their many low quality, original look alike products.


That's a shame. It's pretty genuine price even if you ignore any saving. Lesson learnt on Sports Direct!
These look like a ripoff of bowflex dumbbells.
You only get 1 dumbell here whereas you'll likely need a pair of them.
They can be awkward to get the hang of when changing weight and if you do supersets or circuits you will likely need to buy additional weights anyway as it'll be a faff to keep resetting these and ruining the tempo of your workout.
Bowflex 25kg here:
fitness-superstore.co.uk/bow…wcB

Looks like they are circa £200 for a single ~25kg dumbell - I would buy Bowflex 100%
Also watch out for rusting - I've seen these react badly to salts from your sweat when you're working out so wearing gloves still help protect them and mean they have a better resale value if/when you move away from these.

The up to 41kg are around £300 ish too if you needed more weight for cheat workouts etc
escortboy18/01/2020 14:31

Bowflex 25kg …Bowflex 25kg here:https://www.fitness-superstore.co.uk/bowflex-552i-2-24-kg-selecttech-dumbbell-x1.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiA9orxBRD0ARIsAK9JDxSdibqsC_Kb-4rlNFMk4D9GJtQN8FAuRhuAi4YbbUPQRupvzIupER0aAjGtEALw_wcBLooks like they are circa £200 for a single ~25kg dumbell - I would buy Bowflex 100%Also watch out for rusting - I've seen these react badly to salts from your sweat when you're working out so wearing gloves still help protect them and mean they have a better resale value if/when you move away from these.The up to 41kg are around £300 ish too if you needed more weight for cheat workouts etc


I suppose £420 vs. £200 is a good deal :-/

Do you own a pair of the bowflex ones? Because I do. The 40kg versions. They're good, but you still have to select the weight on each side and at the end of the day it's just weight!
Paid £150 for these not long ago, this is a bargain price - brilliant product actually which saves a lot of room on a weight rack
Argos do the mens health versions, and I can highly reccomend i bought two 25kg for I'm sure under 200 when on offer
I own the bow flex and it takes less than 10 secs to select different weights. I'm guessing these will be the same. Great for circuit training and a substantial weight too.
escortboy18/01/2020 14:31

Bowflex 25kg …Bowflex 25kg here:https://www.fitness-superstore.co.uk/bowflex-552i-2-24-kg-selecttech-dumbbell-x1.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiA9orxBRD0ARIsAK9JDxSdibqsC_Kb-4rlNFMk4D9GJtQN8FAuRhuAi4YbbUPQRupvzIupER0aAjGtEALw_wcBLooks like they are circa £200 for a single ~25kg dumbell - I would buy Bowflex 100%Also watch out for rusting - I've seen these react badly to salts from your sweat when you're working out so wearing gloves still help protect them and mean they have a better resale value if/when you move away from these.The up to 41kg are around £300 ish too if you needed more weight for cheat workouts etc


41kg for cheat workouts?
escortboy18/01/2020 14:27

These look like a ripoff of bowflex dumbbells.You only get 1 dumbell here …These look like a ripoff of bowflex dumbbells.You only get 1 dumbell here whereas you'll likely need a pair of them.They can be awkward to get the hang of when changing weight and if you do supersets or circuits you will likely need to buy additional weights anyway as it'll be a faff to keep resetting these and ruining the tempo of your workout.


A few seconds to change weight settings. What a chore...
daydreamer0118/01/2020 17:15

A few seconds to change weight settings. What a chore...


For some people it genuinely is.
escortboy18/01/2020 17:17

For some people it genuinely is.


I don't fully understand your point on this one.

You're saying twisting one knob is genuinely more of a chore than what? You're options are

1. Buy a full rack of weights from 2.5kg through to 25kg
39707682-oIhG6.jpg2. Have to spin on and off spinlocks
3. If you watched the video on the product you literally can see how easy it is.
chris.billinghamlL318/01/2020 17:42

I don't fully understand your point on this one. You're saying twisting …I don't fully understand your point on this one. You're saying twisting one knob is genuinely more of a chore than what? You're options are 1. Buy a full rack of weights from 2.5kg through to 25kg [Image] 2. Have to spin on and off spinlocks3. If you watched the video on the product you literally can see how easy it is.


I've used these myself so I know how they work...
If you're doing a very fast paced workout where you are dashing from station to station you don't have time to drop them in, change the dial and pull them back out. You want everything ready to hand so you can smash it out. As they get older they can get 'sticky' where they don't operate as smoothly as they used to and take even longer to change weight.
If you don't mind having to remember which weights you need to use for which exercises rather than having them laid out ahead of time then it's a non-issue for you.
People don’t know what they’re missing.

I brought these 15 years back called BOFLEX cost me over £300 for the pair. Best investment ever!
Still working to this day
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