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Dumbbells offer a great home fitness solution. Now the coronavirus pandemic has gotten a lot of people used to fitness in their front room, if you've decided to shirk the gym and continue working out at home, dumbbells are a great buy for anyone. They're versatile tools for changing your body composition, keeping your bones and muscles healthy and strong.
The best adjustable dumbbells offer several different kinds of interlocking weights systems, from classic clips and time-consuming screw-on spinlocks to more modern interpretations. This is one of the latter, as the Weider adjustable dumbbells have the ability to select your weight, from 10lbs to 50lbs, by simply sliding the unique "smooth selector" system across the gaps in the weight-plates.
Normally, these dumbbells retail at an eye-watering $659.99, and for that, you may as well go outside and lift sandbags. However, this better-than-half-price deal from Walmart offers two of these dumbbells at the far more reasonable price of $299.99. Check out the deal in full below, and for more dumbbell bargains sneak a peek at our dedicated Black Friday weights deals page.
Get the Weider adjustable dumbbell deal here:
Weider Select-a-Weight 50 lb. Adjustable Dumbbell Set | was $649.99 | now $299.99 at Walmart
Save $350 on these excellent dumbbells, complete with raised storage trays and handgrips. Simply slide the selector over the top to get the right weight you want to use, between 10 and 50lbs. Minimal home space taken up for maximum workout potential
Why get this deal?
The included storage trays comfortably house your dumbbells when not in use and clearly define the total value of each weight plate. They keep the dumbbells facing upwards, so you can slide the handles in and click them into place without issue. A simple and effective ergonomic design, and with the enormous discount, you'll not find a better deal on this Weider set anywhere else.
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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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