Ironmaster 75 lb Quick-Lock Adjustable Dumbbell System with Stand
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- Quick-Lock design adjusts from 5-75 lbs in 2 1/2 lb increments in just seconds!
- Super heavy duty construction with welded steel, chrome plated handles.
- System includes two dumbbells at 75 lbs each, Stand and Exercise Poster included for free.
- Super space efficient design. Takes up less than 2 square feet.
- Limited lifetime warranty.
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Ironmaster Quick-Lock Dumbell system is the latest generation of our adjustable dumbbells. You can quickly adjust each dumbbell from 5-75 lbs with our patented quick lock design in under 15 seconds! The set includes the Stand at no extra charge. Now you can have a complete set of free weight dumbbells at home that feel just like traditional dumbbells with no restrictions, rattling or safety concerns! Set includes two handles with four locking screws, 24 ea. 5 lb plates and 4 ea. 2.5 lb plates and dumbbell stand. Handles weigh 5 lbs empty and each locking screw weighs 2.5 lbs so the starting weight is 10 lbs each dumbbell before plates are added. 65 lbs of plates can be put loaded on each handle. Add-on kit available to go up to 120 lbs each dumbbell. Dimensions are just 6.5" x 6.5" x 14.5" at the 75lb size. Heavy Duty - go ahead and drop them. No plastic or fragile parts!
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I left the review 1-star so the video can be seen as it would be lost in the sheer amount of 5-star reviews. Just a reminder to all those out there, make sure you read the tips/instructions, always lock outside of 10 and 2 position, and take your time, at least when you have these in a dangerous position.
I have had my Ironmaster Quick-Lock 75lb system for just over a year now. I have rubber mats and take care of the dumbbells. Up until yesterday I had never had an issue and like many of the other reviews here believed in these 100% and even recommended to my friends.
Yesterday, I was doing bench 75lbs and had these fail mid lift (on my security video). I work out with my wife and she helps me load the weights, but I always double check the pins before lifting the full amount. Anyone who claims user error-- it is not, I obviously don't want to crush my head with plates and make sure each and every time I'm lifting the max amount that everything is secure. In the full video I even go back and check to ensure. To prove it even more I keep a jar grip to make sure I tighten the pins as tight as possible even when sweating as you can see in the video as well.
I reached out to Ironmaster and am awaiting a response. My personal believe is that the sweat/moisture from working out in my FL garage got onto the pins and the small amount of threads that grip with 75lbs loaded easily came un-done... or I have a faulty or damaged pin.
I realize I may get flamed, user error, etc... but in any case, I believe I'm an average user of this product and probably take more time than most when switching out plates... and these failed me. My stars have gone from 5 to 1. I will update when I receive a response back.
Because of the design of the locking mechanism with the Ironmaster, there are fewer overlapping threads at higher weights, making it less secure at 75 lbs. Despite my cranking as hard as humanly possible, the dumbbell came apart while I was mid-lift, resulting in me cutting up both my forearms pretty badly. The plates barely missed my toes when they fell.
I ordered a second set of pins for the weight extension, thinking that with longer threads there would be a more secure fit. They were slightly imrpoved, though because of their length they were cumbersome to switch out, making it difficult or impossible to maintain specific rest intervals for quicker sets, and they cannot be used at lower weight ranges. Also, their locking mechanism was still not as snug or reassuring as the Powerblocks. The entire collection is now gathering dust in the corner of my room, 200 lbs of paperweights.
Novel design, but unfortunately a dangerous Achilles heel at the high end of the weight spectrum. Longer threads on the locking mechanisms would help, or a simple magnetic clasp or pin.
I have had the Powerblocks for quite some time, and although they are slightly bulkier and more awkward, the magnetic pins have consistently held up, even when in the heavier range.
After 2 years, the problem with insecure fitting of the locking mechanism has only worsened. I now rarely use the dumbbells, favoring the Powerblock almost entirely.
When I need something less bulky, I have bought individual dumbbells gradually over time. For those that require the entire weight spectrum, this would be more expensive than the IronMaster, but it is cheaper for me as I also use the Powerblock. And it is certainly cheaper than a hospital bill for a broken toe, or stitches for a forearm laceration.
This continued frustration has endorsed my earlier concerns about this product. I would advise my fellow Amazoners to avoid the Ironmaster. Great concept in theory, flawed in execution.
I'm a Master Trainer and do not recommend this product.
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