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CAP Barbell Enamel Coated Cast Iron Kettlebell

4.6 out of 5 stars 1,901 customer reviews
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  • CAP Barbell kettlebells are both versatile and durable
  • Offers a varied series of exercises to tone your entire body
  • Particularly effective in toning core muscles
  • Weighs 15 pounds; made of solid cast iron
  • Includes limited 30-day manufacturer's warranty
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Product Description

Kettlebells were originally designed for Russian Red Army soldiers and world-class athletes Works all the muscles you use for balance and leverage Steadily progress the intensity of your workouts by increasing weight amount Increase your agility, build strength, and improve your endurance Great for squats, throws, clean and jerks, snatches, rotational swings, and much more About CAP Barbell CAP Barbell is a leading distributor and provider of fitness equipment. Launched in 1982 with a small inventory of free weights and benches, CAP Barbell has grown over the past 20+ years to include more than 600 products in 10 categories. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, CAP Barbell is dedicated to providing quality fitness equipment at competitive prices, by constructively designing, accurately testing, and manufacturing its products to perfection. Cast iron weight with black enamel finish. 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 60, 70, or 80 lbs.. Heavier weights accommodate both hands. Handles reinforced with steel for durability. No assembly required. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).

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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 7 x 7 inches
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  • ASIN: B006LSBWNE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,901 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,723 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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From the Manufacturer

Tone Fitness Vinyl Coated Kettlebell CAP Vinyl Coated Kettlebell CAP Cast Iron Kettlebell CAP Enamel Coated Kettlebell CAP Vinyl Dipped Kettlebell CAP Competition Weight Kettlebell
Construction Cement Cement Cast iron Cast iron Cast iron Cast iron
Coating Solid vinyl shell Solid vinyl shell Hammertone paint High gloss enamel coat Soft vinyl dip Matt black powder coat
Competition Weight
Available in colors
Flat bottom
Smoothed handle
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By Robert E. Matysiak on October 22, 2010
Style Name: 35 lb Verified Purchase
I looked around at the local sporting good stores for the right kettlebell to purchase, so I would have a resistance option at home in between my infrequent visits to the gym. I eventually decided to go with the CAP 35 pounder because from reviews, I had built up a preference for the smoother bells over the rougher ones. The CAP kettlebell is very smooth and the handle is very comfortable to hold. There are no rough edges or burrs to cut up your hands as you do the various movements. Most experts indicated that you would normally start at a weight of 35 pounds for a man...however, I'm not the man I thought I was because I probably would have been better off with a lighter weight...being an out of shape 62 year-old. However, that's not the fault of the product. I am very pleased with it and would recommend it to anyone that prefers smooth over rough.
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Style Name: 50 lb
(Note: I have the 50 pound bell)

At the current Amazon price with free shipping, this kettlebell is hard to beat. Still, it could be a lot better.

What's good:

+ This is a rock-solid 50 pounds. The handle and ball are cast as a single, sturdy unit. The bottom is flat enough that I think you could use it for push-ups, but since I only have one, I can't swear to it.

What could be better:

- The bell and handle are coated with shiny black baked enamel. It looks very nice, but seems fragile. By the time it arrived at my doorstep, a fist-sized piece had chipped off of the side of the bell. Even if yours makes it through shipping in one piece, my guess is that it will eventually end up chipped from hitting other bells, a rack, or whatever. Also, the handle is smooth, which requires a little better grip. (I don't have a problem with the smooth grip, but if you do, be warned.)

- The handle is noticeably more narrow than that on my 35 pound GoFit 35-Pound Kettlebell, which makes two handed swings and mid air hand-to-hand exchanges a little tough. I have fairly small hands, and can't get my pinkies inside on a two handed grip.

- I normally don't comment on packaging, but in this case it has an effect on the product. Especially given the enamel, the packaging on this is really less than it could be. It's basically just stuck inside a plastic bag in a box. As a result, the box showed up in tatters, and the ball was chipped. Even wrapping the ball in packing paper and tape might have protected the enamel in my case, and packing it in a Styrofoam mold would probably be ideal.
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Style Name: 70 lbs
If I could give it 0 stars I would. I bought the 70 lb kettlebell because of the price, and didnt really worry about the quality because I figured something made of cast iron that was that big would be sturdy. I was wrong. I never abused the the kettlebell or dropped it. but it started to have chunks crumble off. I don't know how else to explain it. It is like the black coating was an eggshell holding everything in. The first time it happened was 32 days after I received it. I wrote the company and they told me that it was past the 30 day warrantee. Really 30 days for a solid cast iron piece of equipment that should not fall apart ever? They were no help at all and took no accountability for their shoddy products. I wont ever buy another CAP product. Crappy equipment, and even crappier customer service.
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Style Name: 35 lb Verified Purchase
Free Shipping and low price compared to local Sporting Good stores is what prompted me to give this company a try - I am not disappointed. It's a solid bell, the weight is right, and it's got a good curve on the handle. Definitely more comfortable to hold than the GoFit gear you find at Target and other stores. Like other reviewers mentioned, there isn't a vinyl coating on this bell. It's painted black.

The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because it was sent with a pea sized chip in the paint down to the iron on the handle. It was rusted a bit so I know it happened long before it was shipped. It won't effect the weight or effectiveness but it could have been touched up before the company sent it out.

Remember, this is a heavy bell for a beginner - unless you're in decent shape already go with a lighter weight to start with. Get your technique down and get trained before you swing this much weight because it's easy to injure your back or knees without proper form. I started with a 15 lb after a shoulder surgery to help build strength and range of motion AFTER I completed my physical therapy. It took me about 3 months to outgrow that weight. As far as my shoulder goes, it's helped tremendously, and increased my strength, stamina and fat seemed to melt off of my body. It's a fun and efficient way to train.
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Style Name: 25 lb Verified Purchase
Update: 5-10-12
I'll be leaving my initial review intact, but I'd like to rescind my statement about the smoothness of the handle. As I've become more proficient at proper form I've found that the smoothness helps to facilitate rotation of the bell in my hands when it comes to exercises such as cleans (where at the top of the movement you have to "flip" the bell). And since naturally my grip strength has increased with continued use of the bell, that in itself kind of negates the need for me to wrap the handle. But again, this is just my opinion based on my personal use.

My original review is as follows:

NOTE:I have the 25-pounder.

If you've only done conventional weightlifting exercises for awhile and switch to using this, be prepared to put your ego aside and stick with the lighter bells. I train with weights and thought swinging around a rinky-dink little k-bell would be a cake walk. Not so. You work your muscles in a totally different way with this thing. I won't spend too much time discussing exercises, so let me get to the main point of my review:

Since a lot of the reviews focus on the size of the handle on the kettlebell, my accompanying pics will give prospective buyers an idea of what they should expect. No getting around it - I have small hands (no jokes, please). This has a nice thick handle, feels a tad thicker than a standard Olympic barbell, with a smooth finish. I tested it out with some single-handed swings. Single-handed exercises will really tax your forearms.

Then I switched to the double-handed swing. That's when I could see where people with bigger hands have been discouraged by this bell. As you can see in the pics, in order for me to get both hands in the bell I have to kind of release the pressure from my pinkies.
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