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Jun 3, 2013
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Dumbell set Price

Hi,

Just wondering what is a good price for a rubber dumbbell set. Seems like price/pound? For what Inhave found.

Starting at 5-50 lbs in increments of 5lbs is what I am looking for.

A stand would be nice. Your recommendations are appreciated.
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Sometimres avail at Costco.
Price is usually 1$ per lbs
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I was at Costco the other day and if I recall correctly they had a $200 set that has 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30s with a rack.
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Also check local buy and sell groups. I was about to get 25-50, 5lb jumps for 160 I think.
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I've been hoping to find some of these magnetic plates. In theory, you could get iron dumbbells in increments of 10lb, and then use these to go up every 5lb. Alas, they're a bit pricey.
https://www.amazon.ca/PlateMate-Microlo ... B000W00KY4

Actually, if you're only going up to 50, perhaps a set of adjustable dumbbells might be useful?
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What's a good alternative to the Bowflex Select Tech 552?

I like the concept of it not taking up much space, but not a fan of the price.
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Feb 15, 2019
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Powerblocks is the main alternative (I love mine) and they're extendable. Better than the bowflex IMO but they're not a cheap option either. if there was a cheap, good and compact option, we'd all have bought it...
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trevor346 wrote:
Mar 14th, 2019 12:17 am
Powerblocks is the main alternative (I love mine) and they're extendable. Better than the bowflex IMO but they're not a cheap option either. if there was a cheap, good and compact option, we'd all have bought it...
Powerblocks are amazing. They aren't cheap, but they are worth every penny and hold their resale value well.

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