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Lifecore Corebell 5-55-Pound Adjustable Dumbbell System


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  • Adjustable dumbbell system that takes the place of 44 dumbbell sets
  • Easily adjusts from 5 to 55 pounds in 2.5-pound increments
  • Slide-and-lock system securely latches onto weight plates
  • Genuine dumbbell shape and feel with contoured comfort handle
  • Commercial-grade cast-iron plates; 5-year warranty on handle

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Product Description

Product Description

The LifeCore Fitness CoreBells Deluxe Selectorized Dumbbells (5-55 lbs.) help you to safely and efficiently strengthen and tone your upper body! These expertly-designed dumbbells feature commercial grade cast iron plates that increase in 2.5 lb. increments. Unlike other brands that only permit heavy 5 lb. increases, the LifeCore CoreBell targets more gradual escalation for a 5-55 lbs. range. These plates replace 44 sets of weights and allow for over 50 exercises! It would take 1260 lbs. of free weights to replace LifeCores set of dumbbells! The slide and lock system makes adjustments quick and easy and the contour comfort handle ensures a more secure and effective workout.

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Love your dumbbell system but hate the space it takes up in your rec room? Turn to the Lifecore Corebell adjustable dumbbell system, which does the work of 44 sets of dumbbells in the space of one. The Corebell system--which adjusts from 5 to 55 pounds in 2.5-pound increments--is easy to use, with a slide-and-lock system that securely latches onto the weight plates. Once you've chosen your preferred weight, the Corebells support more than 50 exercises, including curls, bench presses, flies, tricep extensions, shoulder presses, and plenty more.



Each dumbbell adjusts from 5 to 55 pounds in 2.5-pound increments.

You'll also appreciate the Corebells' genuine dumbbell shape and feel, which includes a contoured comfort handle. Finally, the commercial-grade cast-iron plates are smaller in diameter than any other brand, so you can fit the dumbbells in tight spots. The Corebell adjustable dumbbell system carries the following warranties: lifetime on the weight plates and five years on the handle and other parts.

Key Details:

  • Commercial-grade cast iron plates
  • Each dumbbell adjusts from 5 to 55 pounds in 2.5-pound increments
  • Replaces 44 sets of weights
  • Contour comfort handle
  • Can be used for more than 50 exercises
  • Slide and lock system makes adjustments quick and easy

About Lifecore Fitness
Located in Vista, California, just a few minutes north of San Diego, Lifecore Fitness boasts more than 15 years of experience in the fitness industry. The company founders started out as owner/operators of their own fitness retail stores, and still conduct business the same way they did then, with the consistent goal of impeccable customer service. The management/development team at Lifecore Fitness spent many years on the showroom floor developing relationships with consumers. They listened to people's needs, health and fitness goals, and likes and dislikes about certain products. This gave them incredible insight and experience into the fitness industry, which they still use when developing every Lifecore Fitness product. Lifecore's mission is and always will be to make the highest-quality equipment that's easy to use, durable, and a great value to the customer.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 119 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B001EV544G
  • Item model number: LC-CB55
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #827,868 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

They are flimsy and will not last longer much.
Bohemian
Again I have owned the Bowflex dumbbells and trust me, much better design and customer service, as well as a valid warranty.
Longhorns
The dumbbells are the best piece of equipment I have ever bought for my home gym.
J. Green

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116 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Bohemian on October 25, 2009
Here is my experience after replacing 2 sets in 10 days.

It has a cheap plastic bar. Here are the design flaws of this dumbbell

0. These dumbbells don't/will not have LONG life since the plastic used in bar/base will crack soon.
1. I received the dumbbells with broken cap. If you open the top cap (with red slider), you will see the entire bar/handle design is flimsy made with cheap plastic.
2. The red plastic slider will jam often or doesn't slide smoothly. The sliding/locking mechanism is based on thin white plastic strip, black plastic belt and black strip (below the red slider). They are flimsy and will not last longer much. You will need to replace bar often.
3. The base to keep the dumbbells and adjust weights is also plastic. You can't just drop dumbbells if you are used to hex dumbells etc. You will have to align weights using the base to adjust. Till now, this aligning process has frustrated me.
4. Lifecore may not have Quality Assurance team since I have already exchanged 2 dumbbells because of this sliding/locking/bar problem.

I wish Lifecore had made this 5/10 lbs METAL bar that could last life time. Any adjustable dumbbells should be designed to last life time. Hex dumbbells are like that. Otherwise there is no point in spending so much money on this.
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188 of 197 people found the following review helpful By Longhorns on October 3, 2009
I have been working out since high school (20yrs). I am very familiar with the weights. I purchased these dumbbells to workout at home on days I can't make it to the gym. I owned a pair of Bowflex dumbbells in the past and sold them, stupid me. Received the LifeCore dumbbells. Much to my surprise upon opening the package one of the bars did not function, the locking mech did not work. LifeCore claimed it was a shipping issue and the warranty will not cover it. So much for a warranty. So I paid $114 for a refurbished bar from LifeCore directly. Received this bar and oh yea again much to my surprise, another broken bar. Called them and spoke to them personally. They stated they would send me another one and a return shipping label to return this one. I requested since it was two weeks since I have had them and still not able to use them if I could get express shipping. Well of course if I am willing to pay the extra shipping. Then he threatened to not even send me a replacement bar. And made comments that really ticked me off. Then hung up on me. I called back to speak with the manager and he mysteriously was out to lunch. Called back seconds later after they transferred me to the wrong voice mail and mysteriously he answered, not knowing it was me of course. They lied to me and they made threats, idiots. The ball was in their court however because I had to have that bar so I held back. But now its my time. Here are my warnings:
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap (hence 3 bars). Why would a brand new set need the bar to be replaced this many times.
Warranty. Don't think so. And you have to send the bar back at your expense. They have to take time to look at the bar to make sure they were at fault. You designed and built the stupid bar, of course your at fault.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By D. Luchsinger on May 16, 2009
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One of the dumbbell's weight plates arrived with a broken "tooth", which prevented it from staying connected to the rest of the dumbbell. Not a huge problem since I don't use the full 55 pounds. Overall, it seems like the product should work fine, but the "teeth" are rather small and I wonder how the product will stand-up to long-term use.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. Hildebrand on February 15, 2010
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When I received this dumbbell, the box had been dropped and the selector damaged. Amazon would have exchanged it, but I contacted Lifecore instead. They were very helpful. They sent a part out to me right away and it was easy to change out (3 min). I have enjoyed the set. I really like being able to increase the weight at 2.5lb increments. I'm 51 years old and not able to progress at 5 or 10 lb increments like the young guys. Hey, I least I'm exercising. The only downside of the product it that many of the parts are plastic. However, as long as you drop the weight back into the holder straight, it should last long. Perhaps a lifetime. It appears the young guys like to drop their weights. It likely won't take much of that abuse. However, I pay for all the flooring replacement in my house, so I set things down gently. :)

One other issue is that the selector moves rather quickly and often over-shoot your desires weight selection. This results in having to move the selector back and forth until you stop at the right number. A tip on resolving this is to put you thumb by the desired stop, then move the selector to your thumb. You stop at the desired weight number every time. This method also dramatically reduced the wear on the mechanism.

Every type of adjustable weights has their issue. It comes down to the cost quality tradeoff. If I paid $1500, I'd expect a lifetime warranty. But that would mean I purchase 25 separate dumbbells with a big stand.
Other adjustables have issues too. ---flex reviews say that the plastic mechanism keeps breaking. ---block has 5 or 10 lb increment and you have to put your hand inside the unit. Etc, etc.

Now I'm very happy with the set.
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