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Valeo Adjstable Weights

by Valeo

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  • Ankle and wrist weights add surprisingly effective challenge to your cardio training
  • Durable, easy-to-use weights for ankles or wrists
  • Padded for comfort; dual metal D-ring closures
  • Gripping closure for easy insertion and removal of weight packs
  • Can be configured from two to ten pounds each; sold as a pair
  • Combined weight of 10 Lbs (5 pounds each)
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Valeo AW10 10-Pound Adjustable Ankle / Wrist Weights + Black Mountain Products Resistance Band Set with Door Anchor, Ankle Strap, Exercise Chart, and Resistance Band Carrying Case
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Product Details

Color: Black | Size: OS
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007IS70U
  • Item model number: VA4534BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (284 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

These weights are very well constructed and easy to use.
J. Smitj
Another annoyance is the dual velcro straps - which are very tough and won't come undone but are actually hard to to pull off, and often get tangled up in each other.
Derek K
It feels nice and I feel great jogging with them although I had to get used to the feeling of extra weight.
Kutang Kim

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Kutang Kim on October 6, 2009
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS Verified Purchase
I am a cross country runner. In the midst of the season, I decided to get into 5:30 min a mile speed.

In order to do so, I decided on an ankle weight purchase that could help build both strength and stamina.

For my ankle, these are very nice.

---Comfort---

I do not know why people are saying that this is uncomfortable.

Material feels like that of a North Face vest. It feels nice and I feel great jogging with them although

I had to get used to the feeling of extra weight.

---Weight Adjustment---

Adjusting weight is little bit tedious but not as bad as some review points out.

Only thing that bothered me was the strong stickyness of the wrapping belt? which I had a hard time trying to open.

Weights were consisted of sand material, thus, pulling it out and putting it back wasn't that difficult to do.

HOWEVER, I must point out that when you are adjusting weight to 2~4 pounds, you must make sure you positioned it on your ankle so that

it feels balanced. Otherwise, it will feel unbalanced and will move during running in terrains.

---Wrist...---

This is not a wrist weight. You must buy a wrist weight if you want to use it for your wrist.

You could wrap around your wrist, but it will feel awkward.

Also, you cannot have five pound on your wrist because unless your arm is big as body builders, it will not fit in your wrist.

I have a decent sized forearm and four lbs was the maximum weight I was able to tightly fit on my wrist section of forearm.

---Overall Conclusion---

This is a good buy and probably one of the best bang for the buck weights.
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155 of 167 people found the following review helpful By mindbum on October 8, 2006
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS
I'm male, 5ft-5in (165cm), 130lbs (60kg). I use these Valeo AW10 weight as ankle weights. I also have similarly designed weights which use cast iron inserts, but for use as ankle weights I prefer these Valeo weights, as the softer inserts are much more comfortable.

When tightened snugly against bare flesh, the 10-lb cast iron ankle weights dig painfully into the top of my foot, and the bones of my ankle. I also wear these Valeo weights "upside-down" so the thick bottom seam doesn't dig into my foot. (Don't worry... the inserts aren't going to "slip out".)

The Valeo AW10 weights fit me snugly enough, but I have them about as tight as they CAN be closed, and the smaller diameter of my ankles is probably similar to an average-sized female, so smaller women may have trouble with them slipping. I don't think anyone smaller than a large male could possibly use these as wrist weights.

Overall, I have been satisfied with the design and construction of these Valeo AW10 Ankle/Wrist weights.
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65 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca R. Sorkin on May 7, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS
These are terrible...once you take the "weight" out of the pocket, it's virtually impossible to put it back in...the strap broke after i used it twice, and the actual removable weight leaks some disgusting black stuff that got all over my floor...not recommended at all!
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By coldmountain on June 12, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS Verified Purchase
I purchased the 10 lb. (5 lbs. per ankle) package thinking what a great idea it would be to add some extra weight to lose extra pounds. Well, first off this theory is a great idea but when ankle weights are as poorly designed as these you might as well strap 2 bags of potatoes on your leg. These are Very Bulky and although they strap on easy enough, once straps are tightened the pain begins... I started with only 3 lbs. per ankle, "weights" are actually 5 mini plastic covered bags of a sand like material, be careful when you remove these they are liable to rip. After about 3 days of working out with these weights I developed a nasty blister/pain at the bottom of my shin, seems like weights move as you walk (even when properly tightened) and rub at the part where foot meets leg. I tried using these a couple of more times but pain only got worse, these were thereby put in Mondays trash pickup and never heard from since. I'm sure there are better designs out there but AVOID these at all costs, very disappointing!
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By M. Singer on October 21, 2005
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS
After having this item for only two months one of the velco straps broke. I wouldn't purchase from this manufacturer again. I have similar ankle weights I bought at Big 5 over 20 years ago and the straps are still holding strong.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Joseph W. Alves on October 6, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS Verified Purchase
no complaints except the title says 10 lbs, thats both weights together, not ten pounds each!
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By jdhx3 on December 16, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS
These work great as paperweights but that's about it. I used them once and tried adjusting the weights. The little packet does not go in easily at all. Plus the black cover on it ripped almost immediately. I was not using a lot of force but it just came completely undone. Then the inner packet broke and that grainy stuff went everywhere. I tried using them still but they were very uncomfortable. Going to try another brand.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Lupo on January 9, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: OS Verified Purchase
This item is advertised as ankle/wrist weights - they are way too big for wrist weights but as ankle weights they are great.
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