CAP Barbell Kettlebell
|Price:||$98.99 - $243.44|
- Cast iron weight with black enamel finish
- Durable rubber base to protect flooring
- 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 60, 70, or 80 lbs.
- Heavier weights accommodate both hands
- Handles reinforced with steel for durability
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Kettlebells were originally designed for Russian Red Army soldiers and world-class athletes Works all the muscles you use for balance and leverage Steadily progress the intensity of your workouts by increasing weight amount Increase your agility, build strength, and improve your endurance Great for squats, throws, clean and jerks, snatches, rotational swings, and much more CAP Barbell is a leading distributor and provider of fitness equipment. Launched in 1982 with a small inventory of free weights and benches, CAP Barbell has grown over the past 20+ years to include more than 600 products in 10 categories. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, CAP Barbell is dedicated to providing quality fitness equipment at competitive prices, by constructively designing, accurately testing, and manufacturing its products to perfection. Cast iron weight with black enamel finish. Durable rubber base to protect flooring. 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 60, 70, or 80 lbs.. Heavier weights accommodate both hands. Handles reinforced with steel for durability. No assembly required. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
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The quality of the CAP kettlebell is outstanding for the price: the handle is comfortable, the finish clean, and the build quality sturdy.
That said, this is an extremely heavy item (mine is 70lbs), and buying it online was foolish of me. There just isn't packaging that can protect a super heavy object like this if it gets dropped on the hard floors found in shipping warehouses. Mine arrived in a cardboard box packed full of paper and with all the sides reinforced with duct tape, but at some point in shipping it had been dropped and the finish chipped.
Functionally, the kettlebell still works perfectly, and I should have had the good sense to expect that some mistake is going to happen when tossing around brown boxes in a warehouse when all of a sudden a small box weighs 70 lbs. That said, if you can find the weight you need locally for a similar price, it might be worth the trouble to avoid shipping a product that will likely suffer some sort of damage.