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Stamina X Adjustable Kettle Versa-Bell - 36 lbs.
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- Adjustable kettlebell provides six weight levels in four-pound increments; comes with square base pad holder
- Adjust weights from 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, and 36 pounds with patented weight adjustment system
- Cast iron handle grip offers one-handed or two-handed hold for varying exercises
- Sturdy rounded base can accommodate pushups
- Weight plates fit inside the kettlebell shell; 90-day warranty
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For efficiency and results, nothing quite beats the Stamina Adjustable Kettle Versa-Bell - 36 lbs. Designed to help you get or stay fit, this multi-function unit replaces the clunky, space-sucking weight systems of yesterday. It adjusts to a range of weight amounts so that all you need is one simple unit. A sure way to increasing flexibility, improving muscle strength, and burning stubborn fat. Additional information: One unit replaces an entire set of weights at an affordable price Durable steel construction Simple lock system at 16, 20, 24, 28, and 32 pounds Large, easy-to-grip handle for safety and security Comprehensive body workout through unique kettlebell design Stabilizes muscles to avoid isolated attention; affects core, arms, chest, and back Dimensions: 9L x 9W x 11H inches Some assembly required Founded in 1987, Stamina is dedicated to building a stronger, healthier you. The company supplies high-quality products at excellent value to the fitness and leisure markets, showcasing hundreds of products around the world over the past two decades. Stamina is responsible for such brands as Body by Jake, Suzanne Somers, Tony Little, and more. Their mission is straightforward and admirable: Stamina strives to outperform the competition by maintaining effective communication, consistent quality, and superior service. They will continue to pursue perfection through the design excellence of these home fitness products. Adjustable weight settings up to 36 pounds. 6 settings in 4-pound increments (16, 20, 24, 28, 32 & 36 pounds). Cast iron handle and steel plates. Complete with owner's manual. Easy-to-use lock system for safety. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).
Color: Red | Size: One Size
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Cons: A lot of plastic, slight rattling from the weight plates
New to kettlebell training, so I don't have a lot of experience to rate this against other types of bells.
The handle and top of the dome that you see in the picture is metal, the red part is a plastic dome that conceals the weight plates. It seems sturdy enough for its intended use (lifting, swinging, etc.), but I could imagine shattering the plastic pretty easily if I dropped it on a hard surface. The internals seem pretty solid though. Not perfectly round, it's slightly flattened on the sides parallel with the handle, but the top portion is round.
Weight changeover is amazingly quick, pull down a rubber bumper on the side, slide the pin out, put it back in the new hole, flip the bumper back up, and lift. Five seconds, tops, and foolproof. It has an internal weight stack, unused weights remain on the floor on an included mat.
My other first impression is that it is pretty big--think volleyball size. Doesn't bother me, but it's considerably bigger than the 35-pound solid bell at my gym. A typical 16-pound fitness bell would probably be a third of the size.
Despite these two annoyances, this is easily the best/cheapest way to have a kettlebell set in your home. If you have the space and money, I would suggest buying an actual set of kettlebells. Since I didn't have a spare $600 or the space, I bought the Versa-bell and am more than happy with this product as a consolation.
As for the kettlebell itself, it feels well-balanced and well-constructed so far. Obviously the balance is different if you have all the weights in it compared to none (when it feels slightly top-heavy), but that's unavoidable, and not an unreasonable expectation given the adjustment mechanism in play. The side flap is a little more flexible and rubbery than I expected, but it stays in place, and that's really it's only job. The handle isn't bad, there's a slight seam on the inside of the grip which might get annoying, but I can't dock a half-star and it's not a full-star problem in my opinion.