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- ASIN: B071S2MP1V
- Item model number: 1292329-P
- Average Customer Review: 71 customer reviews
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Hyperwear SandBell Neoprene SandBag Free Weight Unfilled 2-50 lbs
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The Hyperwear SandBell free weight combines strengths from some of the most popular pieces of fitness equipment. Use the Hyperwear SandBell in place of a medicine ball, slam ball, dumbbell or kettle bell and prepare to work muscles you didn’t even know existed. The active, shifting movement of the sand challenges stabilizing muscles in your core. When working out with the Hyperwear SandBell, you will engage hand- and wrist-gripping muscles that are typically not activated and strengthened. The dynamic SandBell weight fires more muscle burning more calories giving you more results in less time. Another advantage of this product lies in its safety for you and your floors. On a slick floor you can use the SandBell for a variety of ab coaster and glide or sliding core exercises. The outer sand disc shape, made of durable, stretchy neoprene, contains a leak-proof core that can be easily emptied and filled with dry play sand. Dry washed all purpose sand is recommended, which can be obtained at home improvement stores.. US Patent 8,622,877 B2. SandBell is a registered trademark.
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Pros: I like the fact that they come empty and you can fill them yourself. Saves on shipping.
They are tough, I was skeptical at first about how durable they were, but after putting them through a few bootcamp classes they held up quite nicely.
Cons: The manufacturer said they may leak a few granules, however, both of the sandbells I bought leaked dust everywhere. It came out of the seams on the edge of the sandbell.
The 'Ngazzle' (pronounced nozzle, how you fill the sandbell up) seems to keep working its way out of both of the sandbells I bought, I haven't found a solution to fix this yet.
Overall: Despite the subtle leaking of dust, I probably will buy more of these. If you use this product in an environment that isn't nitpicky about keeping everything clean all the time, these are a great addition to your workout!
The Sandbells are easy to fill as long as you have a long neck funnel. A rubber band is supplied to seal the filling tube.
How to use them.
The video provided by Hyperwear really help guide in the different exercises you can perform them. They can be used similar to dumbbells, medicine balls, kettle bells, and slam balls.
I load mine in backpacks or sand bag for in doing bodyweight push ups and pull ups.
I have had a set for over 5 years and clean them every two weeks with OdoBan.
I have had to re-fill the sand in them a couple of times. This is mainly due to the slam workouts that I use with the high school teams. The Sandbells do not leak but the sand breaks down. This appears a fine dusk when throw them down.
I have used sand bells for quite awhile, in various gyms and for clients. I recently bought a house and have a large shop that I am turning a portion of it into a gym, so I wanted to purchase a sand bell.
These things are of excellent quality, truly awesome workout aid, and are much better than any of the slam balls or medicine balls for the desired effect.
However, I am giving this 4 stars due to me being quite irritated that the packaging clearly states that the rubber band is included, when I did not receive one.
This was very frustrating as I do not have any rubber bands in my household, and had to buy a whole pack, hoping that the rubber bands I bought will be strong enough to hold and not break.
This was really annoying as it is one of those small things that just drives me nuts, I would have honestly rather had them forget the sandbell and me have to report that then a small rubber band that just makes it a huge hassle. Anyways, love the product, but would appreciate more attention to detail
Do not buy pre-filled sandbells. The sand used is very coarse and abrasive. It will wear a hole in your sandbell fast. Buy white silica sand. It's an extra dollar or two per 50 pounds but it very fine and less abrasive and has no dust. Someone bought me a 50 pound pre-filled sandbell and it developed a hole in less than 6 months. I've had all my other sandbells that I filled with silica sand for a year before I got the 50 pound sandbell and they showed no signs of holes.
I really enjoy using them but the fact they wear out after less than two years has me considering other equipment options.
I did contact Hyperwear about the worn out 50 pound sandbell and they told me I needed to get the original owner to contact them. He tried several times and did not get a response. So not sure how good the warranty is?