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10lb-30lb Kettlebells (IN STOCK)

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10lb-30lb Kettlebells (IN STOCK)

10lb-30lb Kettlebells are in stock at Sportchek. These aren't on sale, but are sold out everywhere since people want fitness equipment. I assume these will sell out, so act fast!

30lb - https://bit.ly/3aS5vtH

25lb - https://bit.ly/2x2FHwF

20lb - https://bit.ly/2JK1b45

15lb - https://bit.ly/2JP2wGQ

10lb - https://bit.ly/39MwDJj
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Where to buy adjustable bench or dumbbell
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Yeah it's never worked for me.

OP, can you please put the price?
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https://w ww.sportchek.ca/search.html?q=Kettlebells%20;lastVisibleProductNumber=4

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Costco is closed today (April 4th 2021) even in Quebec
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Can I use my CT cash online?
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Costco is closed today (April 4th 2021) even in Quebec
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juantootree4 wrote: Yeah it's never worked for me.

OP, can you please put the price?
Energetics Neoprene Kettlebell 10Lb
$29.99

Energetics Neoprene Kettlebell 15Lb
$39.99

Energetics Neoprene Kettlebell 20Lb
$49.99

Energetics Neoprene Kettlebell 25Lb
$59.99

Energetics Neoprene Kettlebell 30Lb
$69.99



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I'm looking to start the Simple & Sinister program. Is 30lbs enough for a 5'10" 170lbs male in so-so shape?

Gonna place an order just in case these sell out as I've been interested in trying kettlebells for a while. Not to mention now's a perfect time!
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Overpriced, before Covid the price was ~$1 per 1LBS, would never support Canadian Tire price tactics
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TransporterSD wrote: Overpriced, before Covid the price was ~$1 per 1LBS, would never support Canadian Tire price tactics
If you could find that for sure, they could be price gouging by doubling the price as a result of the pandrmic.
The premier said he would go after any company that did that.
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TransporterSD wrote: Overpriced, before Covid the price was ~$1 per 1LBS, would never support Canadian Tire price tactics
I believe those are price for plates and not kettle bells. Also you're comparing sale prices against regular.
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TransporterSD wrote: Overpriced, before Covid the price was ~$1 per 1LBS, would never support Canadian Tire price tactics
It looks like prices are up elsewhere. Basic Northern Lights kettlebells used to be $1/lb at Fitness Depot, now they're double.
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I feel sorry for the delivery guy -_-
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Sportchek is a ripp-off even at the best of times. Classic, crappy CDN retailer.
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TransporterSD wrote: Overpriced, before Covid the price was ~$1 per 1LBS, would never support Canadian Tire price tactics
Kettlebells haven't been $1/lb in the 15 years I've been buying. Before covid I recall them being close to $2/lb. Still, the $3/lb for the ones listed here are a bit overpriced, but that's the market right now. A lot of these products come from the states and global trade is regressing.
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flightdeck wrote: If you could find that for sure, they could be price gouging by doubling the price as a result of the pandrmic.
The premier said he would go after any company that did that.
Never knew kettle bells were considered essential goods.
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rugerty100 wrote: Never knew kettle bells were considered essential goods.
Hahaha. I don't know that it only covers what are narrowly considered essential goods. Rather the intent as I understand it is also to identify opportunistic profiteering. For example, if people are being forced to stay at home and therefore suddenly require equipment in an attempt to keep themselves and their family fit and healthy. Doubling the price on said equipment might be considered price gouging or at a minimum, unethical.
But I get where some may feel this is a first world situation in this instance.
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