Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells (Pair)
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- Each dumbbell adjusts from 5 to 52.5 pounds; adjusts in 2.5-pound increments up to the first 25 pounds
- Lets you rapidly switch from one exercise to the next
- Combines 15 sets of weights into one, using a unique dial system
- Eliminates the need for multiple dumbbells cluttering your workout space
- Two year warranty on weight plates and parts
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Bowflex SelectTech 552 Dumbbells
No more picking up 30 different dumbbells to give you the results you want! With just the turn of a dial you can automatically change your resistance from 5 lb. all the way up to 52.5 lb. of weight.
Download free Bowflex SelectTech App to follow trainer lead workouts, journal your workouts and build custom workouts.
Wider Weight Range
Each dumbbell adjust from 5 to 52.5 lb. in 2.5 lb. increments up to 25 lb.
Say goodbye to 15 sets of dumbbells cluttering your workout space
Durable molding around the metal plates provides for a smooth lift-off and quieter workouts.
Wide Range of Exercises
With a wider weight range you can do heavy exercises such as shrugs and lunges, as well as lighter exercises such as curls and raises.
Turn of a Dial
Select the weight you want with a turn of a dial.
|Bowflex SelectTech 552 Dumbbells||Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Dumbbells||Bowflex SelectTech 560 Dumbbells|
|No. of Exercises||30+||30+||30+|
|Performance Tracking||Bowflex SelectTech App||Bowflex SelectTech App||Bowflex SelectTech App, 3D Trainer App|
|Weight Range||5-52.5 lb. per dumbbell, 2.5 increments up to 25 lb.||10-90 lb. per dumbbell||5-60 lb. per dumbbell, 2.5 increments up to 25 lb.|
|No. of Settings||15||16||17|
|Compatible Stands||Bowflex SelectTech Stand with Media Rack||Bowflex SelectTech Stand with Media Rack||Bowflex SelectTech 560 Adjustable Stand|
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|Color||Black, Red, Grey. Version 2||Black||Multi||—||Black||—|
|Size||Medium||24 lbs per hand||5 lb - 60 lb||50 lb each||Medium||100-Pound|
With just the turn of a dial you can automatically change your resistance from 5 lbs. all the way up to 52.5 lbs of weight. No more picking up 30 different dumbbells to get the results you want, these adjustable dumbbells replace 15 sets of weights! All you need is two SelectTech 552 Dumbbells to transform your body for good.
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❖ Number one complaint people have is that they aren't sturdy and I disagree, they are very well made and safe. You cannot drop them. It gives ample warning in the manual as there are moving parts and it simply isn't designed to take that much abuse. I often do work to failure however have till have the strength guide the dumbbells to a light landing on the floor this really shouldn't be an issue.
❖ Another complaint people have is that you have to put them back on their stand at an exact angle which is true but I really never noticed as it really isn't that difficult.
❖ Another complaint I have seen is that the weight is off I tested this and it was off by a couple of ounces, that rumor simply isn't true.
❖ Another complaint that comes to my mind form # of people is that they are too expensive (if you can't find a deal) and too bulky with the lower weights (as the length stays the same) however you get used to adjusting to the size really quick, at least I did.
I am very happy with my purchase and am seeing great results so far. If you can find a good deal and trust yourself to never drop the things you should have no problems.
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For the good, the grip is very comfortable and you can change them very rapidly if you are doing circuits that require you to change the weights frequently. They come in and out of the weight stack pretty easily but i tend to do it very cautiously as that seems to be one of the actions that could damage the catch mechanism if forced.
About a month after i bought these I was scanning Craigslist for some other equipment and saw a pair of barely used Ironmaster Adjustable Dumbbells for sale locally. During the month that i owned the 552's it also became clear that i needed to be able to go to at least 75 lbs. I bought the Ironmasters and they are an entirely different level of product (but they come at a different level of price as well). The Ironmasters come with a lifetime warranty and when you adjust them tightly they feel like a solid dumbbell. There is no comparison. Where they fall behind the 552's is in the ease of adjusting the weight. Now that i have had them for a bit i can change two dumbbells in about 45 seconds but the same adjustment on the 552's takes about 5 seconds. That's the only negative on the Ironmasters. I know those are a lifetime purchase. We are keeping both for now and it has worked out well. We tend to use the Ironmasters for heavier sets or if we are not doing circuits that require quick changes and use the 552's for lighter sets or circuits. My wife and i work out together very frequently and do a lot of circuits so two sets of dumbbells actually makes sense.
What i think it really comes down to is what you are looking for in terms of price point and longevity. I have been working out at a gym consistently for 30 years now and just decided to build a home gym. I am 52 and wanted equipment that is gonna stay with me until i just cant do it anymore. In that case the Ironmasters are the right choice. If you are new to working out or setting up a home gym and are not sure you are going to stick with an exercise program its probably hard to justify double the money for the Ironmasters and the Bowflex 552's would be a great place to start. Just go easy on them and hopefully they will last. I would also strongly consider Power Blocks. They are solid and fast to change. Kind of the best of both worlds but some people do not like the design of the hand inside the block position. Hope that helps if you are looking at the big three options.
My husband and I both use these dumbbells. As a military family who moves every 2-3 years, it is wonderful to not have to pack up an entire set of dumbbells and keep track of them during the move. My husband and I both have seen awesome results from these. When we change the weight on the dumbbells, it is a nice smooth transition. There is no harsh movement that you might have with other brands.
The dumbbells do only go to 52.5 lbs. If you are looking for a set that is higher in weight, the ST1090 would be better for you. These are great for my husband and I right now. I am sure as my husband builds more muscle and becomes stronger, he will eventually need to upgrade to the ST1090 set.
I am highly satisfied with this product. I recommend this to anyone who is a beginner to intermediate lifter.
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Work great (but be careful, a BIT fragile). Don't be slamming these weights around.