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Now the nights are beginning to draw in as fall hits, nobody wants to go do HIIT classes outdoors or go for runs in the dead of night. You want to find a workout you can do indoors, like resistance training – except normal dumbbells take an age and a day to adjust with all that winding of spinlock nuts, or take up loads of space because you need five of them, all at different weights.
That's not the case with this Skonyon adjustable dumbbells. Like the best adjustable dumbbells do, the Skonyon handle simply slides into the weight-plate, you click the desired weight with the simple double-locking mechanism, and away you go.
Right now, you can save $50 on the dumbbell, as it's down from $129.99 to just $79.99 at Walmart. Check out the deal in full below, and for more low prices see our dedicated Black Friday weights deals page.
Get this adjustable dumbbell deal here:
Skonyon adjustable dumbbell 25lbs | was $129.99 | now $79.99 at Walmart
Save on this 25lbs dumbbell and stand. An ergonomic textured grip on the handle means you're gripping in comfort as you click any amount of the durable, cast-iron plates from 5lbs to 25lbs into the mechanism. It's a simple, easy-to-use mechanism, space efficient and perfect for home use.
Why get this deal?
These high-quality free weights with five 5lbs plates settings are ideal for beginners: the weight will take you through from light to heavy as you put on more muscle and become stronger. It's safe, durable and made from quality cast iron (with plastic for the base), meaning it'll withstand as much punishment as you can give it through the years. Your hardwood floor, on the other hand, might need to be replaced if you happen to untimely drop it.
Build muscle at home this autumn and winter – one dumbbell and a bit of creativity can help you tone every part of your body – and come out fitter than ever in 2022.
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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