pricehistory.co.uk/product/1416961/opti-vinyl-dumbbell-set-15kg Moderators are sleeping today, a lot of similar Argos deals were converted to discussion saying that being standard price for long even at those times when the prices were double triple by other sellers.
Managed to get a set to collect today. Cheers for the heads up (y)
of course they're superior quality at 3x price of these
15kg for £19.90 with free delivery here. save you schlepping it home from argos. you can also connect it up as a barbell. i have this set (well, the 30kg version), and it's great. i find the red gives the set a bit of a 'friendlier' vibe than the average industrial looking set. 20kg, 30kg etc varieties all available on ebay for a good price, just look for the red ones. you can also start with a lighter set and buy extra plates later, just look for 1 inch standard plates. i managed to find 10kg / 20kg of extra plates for £13.99 / £22.39 delivered on ebay.
LOL ..sound like a covid denier argument (embarrassed) sure ignoring science is much more fun but is lazy too mate all industry and gyms and coaches can't be wrong . all introducing declinable benches when u can simply have them all flat
Bro science for newbies..
totally disagree.. I can feel it even when flat when changing the angle .. I work different muscles so need to adjust to work on target look here in image show difference on each chest muscle with different 3 angles or as this showing difference between flat and declined if u not feeling difference may be bcz u r not doing it right .. even when working out on a flat bench I can feel the impact of changing angles on missing my target muscles .. if u try change arm angles when ur body in wrong direction to hit certain muscles u may hurt ur arm as centre of gravity changes thus need better support at certain positions which u can't achieve without changing from declines - inclined - flat
Doing one or the other over your time lifting you would notice very little difference in muscle growth. Don’t over complicate things, stick to one of the other.
I hate going in Costco, everything looks cheap until you add the VAT, then you realise it is usually cheaper in Tesco, accept for their Birthday cakes and cooked chickens. However in this instance the Kettlebells are a good price, so I might have to ask my friends with memberships to have a look?
Yup, I agree with previous comments about the size after trying some out at the weekend in store. They are overall more massive than the equivalent iron ones, and the handle is dangerously big for me. I don't feel like I can get a full grip and when the point of kettlebells is to swing them around, sometimes indoors, it put me off!
I would echo the previous comments, many will be better with metal at this weight. Unless you have big hands, the larger handle might be a problem. Also, depending on how well they are reinforced and what exercises you are planning on doing, it is likely they will stress where the handle is joined. The metal ones are know to have the handle break off from time to time, but not as often as the plastic ones.
Mission accomplished. I can delete my hukd account now.
Just bought their 2028 bar, arrived next day in the morning and all good so far.
1st glance at the tiny picture on the listing, I though it was on a magic floating pallet.
I'm sure you must have better things to do on a Saturday night than carry on an argument on a deals website. But alas, it does appear that is what a few of you want to do. If this carries on we will have to issue out further infractions and suspensions (as well as infractions on any existing hotukdeals accounts where someone may create another ID to carry on the arguing). Leave it alone chaps. Please.
Its a B grade bar in relation to their A grade brand new bars. Doesn't make it less of a premium bar because its a grade B. Still better then the Mirafit bars even at Grade B. I'm struggling to see your point
The specifications, the finish, the fact that it's new. My point was not that it's not a decent bar, or that it's a good price in relation to other bars. My point is that if a company sells their own stuff, and nobody else sells it they can claim it's a discounted price when RRP has been set for discount. This is a used/B grade bar anyway, so hardly much of a great deal if you are looking for a premium bar.
That looks like a decent solid bench - good price too!
Will get lower once freedom has been established.
I had the same issue then learned you can put the plastic bits in boiling water for a few seconds then they stretch out really easily! I find the bench is sturdy but is too low and not wide enough for a lot of people. I say this and my BMI is 23. It wouldn't be suitable for people particularly overweight
Homcom, make sure you check it for rust.
Caution: mine was extremely poorly milled and packed with metal fillings that all came flooding out over my floor. Probably unlucky, but enough to **** anyone off.
Was going to post these,but just found this thread. Also more variety of weights. These were all in same Sheffield Costco.
Fair point. However they are likely to be in all Costco stores.
Nothing against the deal but these are in Sheffield and in a store that you need to pay a membership for. . Having said that, that's a good price for 20kg kettlebell
We got a 16kg one at Christmas, looks hardcore like you're using a 40kg
They shouldn't get any worse so that's good news. Was tempted myself but with gyms opening shortly and too much junk in my garage, I decided not to. Thing is, they should sell in years to come for at least what you paid for them.
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