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CAP Barbell Neoprene Coated Dumbbells (Pair)
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- Cast iron dumbbells are neoprene-coated for durability and to help protect you, the floor and other fitness equipment
- Help tone and sculpt your arms, shoulders and back
- Hexagonal shape for easy stacking and roll-free Use
- Sold as a pair
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Cap Neoprene Coated Hex Dumbbell
The CAP Neoprene Dumbbell lets you strength train in the gym or in the comfort of your home. It's made of durable cast iron for long-lasting use.
The hexagonal shape of the CAP dumbbell ensures it will not roll when set down or not in use. It is available in a variety of colors and can be stacked with dumbbells of the same type.
- Soft and easy to grip
- Does not roll when not in use due to hexagonal shape
- Easy to stack with other CAP dumbbells
Its neoprene coating provides a firm and comfortable grip. This dumbbell is available in one-pound to 10-pound sizes.
Each hexagonal dumbbell is covered provides a soft and comfortable grip around its entire surface area, so you can workout without having to worry about the weight slipping from your grasp.
CAP Barbell's neoprene dumbbells have comfortable contoured grips for easy handling. Ideal for toning and sculpting arms, shoulders and back. Hexagonal shape is designed to prevent Rolling and easy storage. The neoprene coating helps protect your floor and equipment. Sold as a pair.
Style Name: 10-Pound
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The diameter of the grips varies depending on the weight and is fairly large on the 10 and 12 lb. weights. I am a woman about 5'8" and usually where large gloves so my hands are fairly large for a woman's. The grips are just barely OK for me on the 12 lb. weights but they might be a little uncomfortable for people with small hands.
The neoprene coating is pretty thick and it makes the weights easy to grip and they feel like they are well balanced. However, the coating isn't 100% uniform, and on some of my weights there are little ridges and bumps where maybe the coating wasn't dipped and cured as well as it could have been. For me these small defects don't really affect the performance except that sometimes I can feel the little ridges/bumps under my hand a little bit depending on how I pick the weight up, but I don't feel like it would warrant going through the hassle of a return. I wonder if maybe all weights of this kind might have similar small defects as part of the manufacturing process.
All in all these are good weights for the money and I'm glad I choose to get them instead of the vinyl ones.