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Bayou Fitness Adjustable Dumbbell
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- One 50 lb. adjustable dumbbell with storage tray
- Heavy-duty chrome plated steel construction
- Eliminates the need for multiple dumbbells
- Compact and easy to use design saves space and time
- Lift from 10 to 50 lbs
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Dumbbells overall feel like good quality. The adjustment pins on one of them had sticking issues when I got them. Solved that issue by applying some WD-40 to the sliding metal sleeve that holds the plates. Now it's buttery smooth. Weight adjustment is somewhat lacking as you can only use them in increments of 10 lbs (10,20,30,40,50). You could perhaps used them unbalanced to get increments of 5lbs.
Also, like most adjustable dumbbells, these are very bulky in the hand so certain movements may be awkward or restricted. Overall, happy with them.
One other issue that requires some adjustment is that the width of the weight it quite a bit larger than standard single weight dumbbells. I think everyone will have to adjust to this, but it's particularly difficult when you are smaller. Ultimately, it doesn't detract from my experience. I would certainly make this investment again. The quality of the construction is great and NO MORE GYM!!!!
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God help you if you want to switch from 20 to 30 pounds.
I ended up buying the Bowflex 1090s and now just leave these at 40 or 50 pounds and use them when I super set. The Bowflex are SOOOO much better to operate. Plus they move in 5 rather than 10 pound increments.
1) if you have it on 50lb, like I need for shoulder press etc, the plastic base hangs on for dear life and will not easily let go of the weight.
and it will take more then a flick to dislodge it, i have to hit my leg or the bench to make it "release" sorta hard...
2) the pins that change weight get stuck, you pull up, and when you try to slide, it just wont, often leaving you to try upwards of 10 or 11 times
reseating the weight, etc. it has always eventually moved, but who knows how long thatll last.
All in all, even with the sticking pin and base, id buy these again. So long as the pin never finds a "permanent" spot, these will do great.
*** Bought 2 of these, same issue on both for both complaints.
Just realized that I didn't have to unscrew the knob every time I change weights; I can just lift it up and move it over to take weights off or secure weights on. I tend to not read instructions lol.
Its a great dumbbell