- Item Weight: 191 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 178 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000GE5QRM
- Item model number: 75
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
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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!
Top customer reviews
Initially I was favoring the Bowflex Select tech adjustable dumbells for the versatility and convenience. I took previous reviewers take on those dumbells with a grain of salt and eventually took one posters advice and tried them out in the store. One dumbell was broken and it couldn't take it out of the stand. The other was fun to use admittedly, but extremely bulky even at lower weights. I read a lot of reviews about how they break easy.
Easy to break + bulky + $600 = me a little worried.
Ironmaster quicklock dumbells
Highly recommended by most reviewers, comes with lifetime warranty plus good quality, made this hard to ignore. The quicklock aspect seemed like a gimmick to me and they seemed overpriced.
Expensive + still have to change weights = overpriced
Traditional spinlock dumbells
I could get 40 lbs more weight for about 1/3 the cost of the ironmasters or bowflex dumbells. Best option right? Well for me, I have had spin lock dumbells and hate changing the weights. Plus I like to kick the weights up with my legs when doing chest exercises which I can't do with big screw-like ends sticking out.
Screw-end sticking out + hassle changing weights = last case scenario
I decided on the Ironmasters for the quality, "quick" weight changing, durability, and life-time guarantee.
Let me tell you, best decision ever. Better than advertised. I have been using them for 3 months and love them. I'm thinking of buying a lot more products from ironmaster once I get more space in my garage.
Let me put to rest any concerns you have.
Good quality. Dropped them several times, bang them together during work outs, work out with 3 other people abusing them, no problems at all. Backed by lifetime warranty and well worth the cost.
2. Still have to change weights
The more you change these, the faster you get. I change weights just by myself at least 7 times per workout. Mix that in with 3 more people doing 7 exercises each alternating every set, and it has yet to be a hassle. I wouldn't say these are so much quick changing dumbells compared to power block and bowflex, although they are fast, but they are more or less HASSLE-FREE spin lock dumbells.
These are roughly the same size as dumbells in the gym. The square shape is a bit unconventional but haven't interfered with any workouts or been a factor at all.
4. Cheap stand
First off, it comes with a stand which is great in itself. The stand does feel a bit flimsy but it's not. Plenty of storage for all the weights. Only gripe is I wish it was a bit longer for changing weights, but not a big issue.
These are a great purchase and if you want reliable weights for moderate to heavy lifting, these are the weights for you. Seriously, unless u need instant weight changes, these are the best option.