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Most agree you're not prone to injury using these. I would keep your rotator cuff strong though - try some of the ex's in the book "Bulletproof Your Shoulder".
By Lisle on March 11, 2014
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I ordered mine from Amazon in August of 2013 and the set I got were manufactured with metal clips, so they are a "revised" version of what some people have negatively reviewed on here (which I believe were ones manufactured pre-2010). I looked at my box, which I still have and at the weights themselves and do not see … see more I ordered mine from Amazon in August of 2013 and the set I got were manufactured with metal clips, so they are a "revised" version of what some people have negatively reviewed on here (which I believe were ones manufactured pre-2010). I looked at my box, which I still have and at the weights themselves and do not see a manufacture date, but I did talk with Bowflex before I ordered mine and they told me that Amazon IS an approved distributor and they reassured me that they are not selling knockoffs, mfg defects or old stuff like you might think. Just make sure if you buy them you check to see that it says "Ships from and sold by Amazon.com." When I bought them, they were only $249.99, so the price does vary from time to time. Hope that helps!! see less
By GirlMom1976 on December 11, 2013
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Yes, to my knowledge
By Rachael Brennan on June 22, 2016
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Yes they do. They are part of the dumbbell set, and are the ones you need to place the set on the stand as well.
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By LEO on June 19, 2013
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I wondered this to when I got them, so I checked the Manual and it said they are not to be used like this. Not for supporting your weight, and do not drop them! They do look sturdy enough to hold, but direction say NO.
By Brian4x4 on February 22, 2015
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Yes. The old ones have red numbers on the dials instead of white.
By Mike on July 25, 2016
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Hi make sure it's pushed down all the way in the base and both dials on the same number and it should come up, hope this helped...
By Chrissy on July 2, 2014
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I just got mine a few months ago, but cannot verify when it was manufactured! I CAN say that the dials work perfectly, so that you can dial up the exact mass every time. I also discovered that you can dial up different masses on the ends of each dumbbell. The DVD that comes with the set is really instructional, as … see more I just got mine a few months ago, but cannot verify when it was manufactured! I CAN say that the dials work perfectly, so that you can dial up the exact mass every time. I also discovered that you can dial up different masses on the ends of each dumbbell. The DVD that comes with the set is really instructional, as the method they recommend allows these dumbbells to not be overly heavy, BUT will exercise each muscle group to the max.! see less
By George Felder III on September 6, 2015
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I am not an expert on their construction, I see metal tabs so I assume that's what you mean. These are not made to be thrown to the floor like the muscle beach guys seem to enjoy doing. I think they would last a lifetime if they are properly used and cared for. If you want to throw them down, get some that are all steel.
By audioeditor on August 17, 2015