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XMark Adjustable Dumbbell (Available singles or Pair)
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- Two 25 lb. adjustable dumbbells with storage trays
- Heavy-duty chrome plated steel construction
- Eliminates the need for multiple dumbbells
- Compact and easy to use design saves space and time
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The heavy duty chrome plated steel construction makes these dumbbells long lasting and easy to use. XMark adjustable dumbbells eliminate the need for multiple dumbbells. Simply adjust the weights by simply moving the adjustment knob to the desired weight. It’s one of the most flexible strength training options available with its unique slide adjustment system. XMark Adjustable Dumbbells are affordable at just a fraction of the cost of traditional dumbbells. Their compact, easy to use design saves space and time. XMark dumbbells are ideal for shaping your arms, chest, shoulders, back, abs and legs. Perform everything from bicep curls and shoulder presses to lunges and squats and much more. Sculpt, build and enhance your body with XMark, the mark of excellence.
Style Name: Pair - 25lb
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I have also been using Bowflex SelectTech since 2009 when I started doing P90X, so I know both of them intimately.
in 2015 I built a workout room in my house where I like to try to convince my friends to come work out with me. I don't like having extra dumbbells laying around, so I have the Xmark set for my buddies to use so I can save space.
Overall I find the xmark dumbbells are not as good as the SelectTech - and here's why:
Bowflex: The knob on the bowflex model is much easier to use to select the weight you want, and I've never had a weight plate fall out.
Xmark: It's more difficult to use the weight selector, feels less secure, and I've had the weight plates fall out (only while lifting it off the base though, not while working out)
Bowflex has: 5, 7.5, 10, 12.5, 15, 17.5, 20, 22.5, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 52.5 pounds
Xmark has: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50
^The extra options go a big way for tricep exercises and when you are doing supersets.
Bowflex: The rubber grip of the bowflex is more comfortable, and the plastic coating on the weights make the weights slide in and out of the handle & base like butter.
Xmark: The metal plates seem to resist sliding easily into the base, and the materials of the handle and base seem lower quality.
Bowflex: You can buy an optional stand for the SelectTech which brings the weights up to waist level. This is great for picking up and putting down heavy weights.
Xmark: No option to buy abase for the Xmark.
Bowflex: You pay more for Bowflex, and if you are buying the stand as well, you'll be paying almost double.
Xmark: Cheaper to buy, and you have the option of just buying 1 instead of a pair (not sure why you would just buy one.)
If you are buying a spare set for a buddy, go with the Xmark to save money.
If you are buying a primary set for yourself, spend the extra money and get the Bowflex SelectTech.
For smaller people the 10 lb increments can be a real challenge. I recommend using a lower weight until you can do many more reps then you need to. Then switch to a higher weight and don't expect the same amount of reps. One of the adjustment levers is sticking from 10lbs (no weight) to 20lbs (one weight on each side). I hope this goes away although I don't do 10lb very often.
The selectable weight allows the dumbbells to be used for a variety of exercises, while minimizing storage space.