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[Bowflex] Bowflex SelectTech 840 Kettlebell *In Stock* - $199

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Bowflex SelectTech 840 Kettlebell *In Stock* - $199

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Price:
199.99
Expiry:
May 31, 2020
Retailer:
Bowflex
I know this isn't as hot as when it was available during the Sportchek f&f sale. Keep in mind Sportchek doesn't cover shipping for a lot of Bowflex items.
These adjustable kettlebells are hard to come by during this COVID period


Anyway back to the deal

Bowflex.ca - Bowflex SelectTech 840 Kettlebell - $199.99 + free ship (2.5% Rakuten)
- limited quantities
- limited 2 per customer
- deal expires May 31st 2020
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Oct 27, 2012
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Already OOS. 2 minutes from OP ROFL.
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ozzie16 wrote: Already OOS. 2 minutes from OP ROFL.
Gotta be quick!
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Hmm still showing in stock on my end...

Anybody else seeing stock?
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yeah they sold out quick, on a side note, I also just noticed bowlfex released a new set of dumbells the Selecttech 560's and they're bluetooth enabled, when did those come out I swear it wasn't on the site when I was there 2 weeks ago.

https://www.bowflex.ca/en-ca/selecttech/560/100581.html
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Neovingian wrote: yeah they sold out quick, on a side note, I also just noticed bowlfex released a new set of dumbells the Selecttech 560's and they're bluetooth enabled, when did those come out I swear it wasn't on the site when I was there 2 weeks ago.
They've definitely had those for awhile. I saw them when I looked at the site back in early March.
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I returned the sportchek one we got for $150 (was free shipping too). Maybe should have kept it lol

The size was just awkward.
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Bought this from Sportchek, size is a little awkward at first, but got used to it. Great build quality and functions smoothly.
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J-Money wrote: No weights included. :(
Yeah typo. I was supposed to have typed "if you have standard plates". I have the plates, just not sure I want to shell out $150 for the one I posted.
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Dec 11, 2008
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Did the dumbell prices go up in price?
I though that they were somewhere between $320-$360.
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Just a heads up, for an average male, 40 lbs is not much. I have a 35 lbs (16 kg / 1 pood) Kettlebell that I use at home, and I'm not what you would consider "fit", more of a nearing-midage-used-to-be-more-active-when-i-was-younger-without-kids-and-busy-work armchair athlete. Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes

https://www.kettlebellsusa.com/pages/wh ... ould-i-buy
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toRFDer wrote: Just a heads up, for an average male, 40 lbs is not much. I have a 35 lbs (16 kg / 1 pood) Kettlebell that I use at home.

https://www.kettlebellsusa.com/pages/wh ... ould-i-buy
I consider myself an average male and am working up from 20lbs for kettlebell swings. It'll be a while before I use the maximum weight on my Bowflex kettlebell.
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To anyone who owns one of these, is the design too bulky/awkward to use for curls like a dumbbell? Or maybe that would put too much strain on the wrist?

I don't think I've ever tried to curl a kettlebell... Just trying to gauge the versatility of this thing.. and the versatility of my wallet, of course!
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May 26, 2020
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RFDyahUknowme wrote: To anyone who owns one of these, is the design too bulky/awkward to use for curls like a dumbbell? Or maybe that would put too much strain on the wrist?

I don't think I've ever tried to curl a kettlebell... Just trying to gauge the versatility of this thing.. and the versatility of my wallet, of course!
I would advise against using a kettlebell for a dumbbell workout and vice versa. There are a number of great kettlebell exercises that will get you in better shape than a dumbbell ever could IMO.
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Rogue Canada restocks kettlebells couple times a month. They are seen as one of the fitness manufacturers. Highly recommend their products if you are unable to buy this or want to buy fixed kettlebells.
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RFDyahUknowme wrote: To anyone who owns one of these, is the design too bulky/awkward to use for curls like a dumbbell? Or maybe that would put too much strain on the wrist?

I don't think I've ever tried to curl a kettlebell... Just trying to gauge the versatility of this thing.. and the versatility of my wallet, of course!
Easy to curl it. Regular and Hammer curl
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AriGold89 wrote: I would advise against using a kettlebell for a dumbbell workout and vice versa. There are a number of great kettlebell exercises that will get you in better shape than a dumbbell ever could IMO.
Any links to the workouts for the kettleball you'd recommend?

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