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Ironmaster 75 lb Quick-Lock Adjustable Dumbbell System with Stand

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Price: $529.00 + $89.00 shipping
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  • Quick-Lock design adjusts from 5-75 lbs in 2 1/2 lb increments in just seconds!
  • Super heavy duty construction with welded steel, chrome plated handles.
  • System includes two dumbbells at 75 lbs each, Stand and Exercise Poster included for free.
  • Super space efficient design. Takes up less than 2 square feet.
  • Limited lifetime warranty.
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Product Description

Ironmaster Quick-Lock Dumbell system is the latest generation of our adjustable dumbbells. You can quickly adjust each dumbbell from 5-75 lbs with our patented quick lock design in under 15 seconds! The set includes the Stand at no extra charge. Now you can have a complete set of free weight dumbbells at home that feel just like traditional dumbbells with no restrictions, rattling or safety concerns! Set includes two handles with four locking screws, 24 ea. 5 lb plates and 4 ea. 2.5 lb plates and dumbbell stand. Handles weigh 5 lbs empty and each locking screw weighs 2.5 lbs so the starting weight is 10 lbs each dumbbell before plates are added. 65 lbs of plates can be put loaded on each handle. Add-on kit available to go up to 120 lbs each dumbbell. Dimensions are just 6.5" x 6.5" x 14.5" at the 75lb size. Heavy Duty - go ahead and drop them. No plastic or fragile parts!

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 191 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 178 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000GE5QRM
  • Item model number: 75
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,247 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

The Ironmasters are solid units that will last a life time.
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They are very well made, and the process of changing weights is very quick and easy.
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P.S. the IronMaster adjustable bench is the BEST I have used!
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257 of 261 people found the following review helpful By BlackSCRunner on March 3, 2009
After years of collecting the old standard hex dumbells, and trying to maintain a home gym in the city in various apartments (usually in the common basement) I found the PowerBlock dumbells. For someone without a dedicated room (with lots of space) for their workout equipment, these are fantastic dumbells. They go up to 85 or 90lbs without the add-on kit, and they are super fast and easy to change the weight. They are pricey, but considering the amount of dumbells they replace, well worth it, for the right user.

After using the PowerBlock setup for a couple years I came across IronMaster, another brand with adjustable dumbells. They go to 75lbs without the add-on kit, and cost a little less than the PowerBlock dumbells. I have BOTH in my home gym now, and I will go over the pros and cons of each for those of you trying to decide on a set up like this.

PowerBlocks:

Pros: Well made, comfortable grip, fast and easy to change the weight in 10lb increments, nice stand included, made in USA, ability to go up to 85-90lbs as is, and 120lbs with add-on. Excellent for exercises where you change weight quickly or frequently. Square dumbells don't roll.

Cons: Funky design with 4 pillars around your hand/wrist. It works, but it makes me nervous at higher weights that if I were to drop them I could somehow catch my wrist in there and hurt myself. Difficult to quickly switch weights in increments smaller than 10lbs. This is a problem for many exercises. Although they are sturdy, and have never given out on me, they rattle and the plates move a little when you use them. Again, they seem sturdy but when doing shoulder or bench press it's a little disconcerting. You need to make sure the magnetic pins are fully inserted and in the right spot or disaster could ensue.
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293 of 301 people found the following review helpful By Brain Drain on June 10, 2010
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4 stars......not perfect, but probably as good as it's ever going to get, and definitely better than the competition.
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139 of 150 people found the following review helpful By . VINE VOICE on August 22, 2006
These dumbells lock up as tight as solid gym DBs, so they can be used safely and quietly for explosive work like full-body swings. They have perfectly proportioned handles that comfortably accommodate one and two-handed work, and compact square plates that are heavier than they look. Asymetrical loading for leverage work is easy and stable. The wide, flat inner permanent collars and big, flat-head, quick-lock pins make them comfortable in many positions not possible with other models: Horizontally and vertically, they're stable on the floor, and the ends can be held with palms up, between feet, knees, thighs for a great variety of movements. They're not as quick-change as Bowflex/Nautilus,(whose handles stay very long even at the lightest weights), or PowerBlocks,(whose cage-like handles are weird, uncomfortable, and technically limiting), but they're the quickest of the serious DBs and the most serious DBs of any adjustable models./// 2010 EDIT: After over four years, these dbs look & perform as brand new. (My PowerBlocks were a mess after a few weeks: scraped paint, bent connector rods, damaged adjustment fork.) ONE SUGGESTION: Since these are more suitable for heavy work than other similar products, how about designing a model that -begins- at 20-25 lbs?, the lightest that many men ever use. The permanent plate could be built bit higher than the add-on plates, to allow easy plate-changing while the db is on the floor.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mort on July 18, 2008
I did a lot of research before purchasing. I looked at buying a used set of individual dumbbells, but the racks take up a lot of room, not to mention the total weight. And most of the adjustable dumbbells were unwieldy or shoddy (or both). The Ironmasters are built to last a lifetime.

A big difference between these and other adjustables is that the bar is only as wide as the weights you're using. This makes an e huge difference in maintaining good form, not to mention the ease of resting on your thighs when working with heavier weights.

Cosmetically, they are very attractive. They look even better than in the photos. The square shape is a big plus in my opinion, especially great for setting down on the floor.

There is absolutely no rattle, shifting or movement of the weights once tightened. And once tightened, it ain't coming off until you take it off. It's a remarkably simple but ingenious design. I find them somehow even better balanced and easier to handle than pro weight room dumbbells.

The stand is compact and not too tall. It's the perfect size.

The only drawback, of course, is that you have to manually add and remove weights. I am not the fastest in the world at this, but I had my son time me so that I could write this review:

Adding 20 pounds to one dumbbell (10 on each end) take me 30 seconds. So two dumbbells take 60 seconds. But if I rushed, I could do it faster.

Removing the same 20 pounds from one dumbbell take me 20 seconds, so two take 40 seconds. Again, I could probably do it faster if I wanted. I'm not in that big of a rush. Anything within 60 seconds is fine with me.

If you're looking for dumbbell sets, your choices are:

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