Skonyon dumbbell deal: Save $110 on this time-saving adjustable weight at Walmart

Sick of time-consuming spin-lock dials or big weight racks? Save almost 50% on this incredible Walmart dumbbell deal

Skonyon adjustable dumbbells
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The best adjustable dumbbells can help you level-up your training. Whether you're looking for a dumbbell to help you exercise at home to tone up and lose a few pounds, or you're looking for a heavy training aid to build serious muscle, this is a great deal you won't want to miss out on. 

This Skonyon dumbbell has an ingenious locking system. The weights remain on the stand while you place the handle in and twist the dial to set the right amount of weight. Goodbye time-consuming spin-lock dumbbells: this is an incredibly efficient system. 

Normally, this dumbbell retails at $240, but you can get the whole Skonyon adjustable dumbbell set for just $129.99 at Walmart. Check out the deal below: 

Get the Skonyon dumbbell deal here:

SKONYON Adjustable Dumbbell 55 lb | was $240.00 | now $129.99 at Walmart

SKONYON Adjustable Dumbbell 55 lb | was $240.00 | now $129.99 at Walmart
Save $110 on this non-slip metal construction, which holds up to 55lbs in weight. Together with the stand, the concise and clear dial system helps shorten the time for changing weight between groups during training. No squeezing grips to secure the weight plates, and no time-consuming spinlocks. 

At full price, we'd say this dumbbell set might not be worth it – good quality though they are – and you might benefit from looking at other dial systems like the premium Bowflex dumbbells. However, at this price, the value is unbeatable, and well worth snapping one up!

If you're looking for some gymspiration, you can check out our list of 10 ways to maximise your dumbbell workout here. 

Matt Evans

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.