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[Walmart] Weider 200 Lb. Dumbbell Set with Rack for $388 with $39 Shipping

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[Walmart] Weider 200 Lb. Dumbbell Set with Rack for $388 with $39 Shipping

Was able to pick this 200 lbs dumbbell set for $388 with $39 shipping cost for total after tax of $482.51. Good buy for someone who is looking to buy some light weight dumbbells. Heavier dumbbells can be bought separately elsewhere.
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Kimchae wrote: Was able to pick this 200 lbs dumbbell set for $388 with $39 shipping cost for total after tax of $482.51. Good buy for someone who is looking to buy some light weight dumbbells. Heavier dumbbells can be bought separately elsewhere.
200lb........ delivery guy will love it.
I wonder what they do for town house delivery , which need to take a stairs to reach the front door.
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New to trying to get healthy and I want to buy a cheap set to use for home. Is this a decent brand? It seems like a decent deal seeing as you are getting a rack too right?

Subtotal: $388.00
Walmart shipping: 75.00
5% GST: 23.15
7% PST: 32.41
Estimated total: $518.56 **

Edit: Added in pricings at checkout.*
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cheapshopper wrote: 200lb........ delivery guy will love it.
I wonder what they do for town house delivery , which need to take a stairs to reach the front door.
It's probably delivered on a pallet (not regular type delivery, hence extra delivery surcharge). Those usually are left on the driveway or they ask you to be home
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Dexosaur wrote: New to trying to get healthy and I want to buy a cheap set to use for home. Is this a decent brand? It seems like a decent deal seeing as you are getting a rack too right?

Subtotal: $388.00
Walmart shipping: 75.00
5% GST: 23.15
7% PST: 32.41
Estimated total: $518.56 **

Edit: Added in pricings at checkout.*
Seems pretty good. Ive always had a preference for hex rubber weights
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These only go up to 30lbs.. I'd pony up a bit more when powerblocks are available. They at least go up to 50lbs and are super fast to switch weights.
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Powerblocks is great for if one person but my wife will be using it too. Plus, don't have worry about parts breaking down which I heard about these adjustable dumbbells.
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Is this a good deal for a dumbbell set with a rack? How much are they normally?
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This looks decent, but I haven't looked into pricing anywhere yet.

My wife and I want to set up a small home gym. 30 lb is sufficient for her, but I'd be looking for up to 60 lb. This might be a good start.
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The rack itself is like ~$125. So it’s basically $1.50 per pound if include shipping, and it’s rubber. So it’s very decent.
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Anyone know if Rakuten applies to fitness equipment at Walmart? Only 1%, but that’s enough to cover the cost of shipping for me.
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Solid deal, resellers are going to jump on this

Lots of stock it appears
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I bought something similar several years ago at Costco. It came in 3 boxes. One for the rack, 2 boxes for the dumbbells . No time machine, but it was clearance item at $200 with change.
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Kimchae wrote: Powerblocks is great for if one person but my wife will be using it too. Plus, don't have worry about parts breaking down which I heard about these adjustable dumbbells.
Are you both planning to use them at the same time, i.e. doing the same exercises together? That would certainly be a case for getting individual weights.

As for breaking down, that's really more to do with the Bowflex. I haven't heard of similar issues with Powerblock.

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