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Weider Olympic Hammertone 210 lb. Weight Set

Item# 00615748000P | Model# HOPH210 | Added on July 26, 2010 | Seller:
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Bring Lifting Home with Olympic Hammertone Weights
One of the best values around, the Hammertone 210Lb Weight Set delivers powerful Olympic style lifting at a price that will fit your budget. Designed by the experts at Weider, this set provides ease of use, a sturdy build and a variety of weight plates so no matter where you start, you can build and grow with this powerful set.
The twelve plates included with the Olympic Hammertone Weights are each designed and cast with integrated handle grips, making them easy to swap on and off while the spring loaded collars provide quick and convenient access so you can move through sets faster for bigger results in less time.
A simple, versatile system of exercise, the Hammertone 210Lb Weight Set helps you work your chest with presses, your legs with squats, your biceps with curls and even more. The simplicity of a single bar design forces your body to control the movement and balance of the weights as you lift, spreading the workout across your entire body. Machines are great for isolating muscle, but bar weights give you a wider area of exercise with each repetition while fewer moving parts mean less upkeep and longer life.
A versatile, affordable way to bring fantastic fitness to the privacy and comfort of home, these Olympic Hammertone Weights deliver a strong foundation for a healthy active lifestyle. So whether you’re just starting out and want to get in great shape at home, or are an old pro who knows the true value of ... read more
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By Quickcopy
December 27th, 2012
I pick things up and put them down.


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By jnewman
January 17th, 2012
bar bent with only 180 lbs

Bought this for my son 18 months ago. He only presses 180 lbs, but the bar now has a bend in it. Spoke with Sears, as well as Weider, but both only say 90 day warrenty. Bar shouldn't bend with significantly less weight than even came with it. Now have to buy a new bar (not Weider). Would never buy from them again. Poor quality and don't stand by their product.

13 found this review helpful
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Great xmas gift for my babe!


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Good for lighter weight


This bar was great for a couple years, then started to bend when my husband put more than two 45 lb plates on each end.

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July 19th, 2016

Missing parts


overall quality is OK, but misses one 2.5lb and the collar missing one plastics wrap.

June 6th, 2016 via
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Solid Set


This set comes with everything you need except dumbell bars, nice solid weight set.

January 15th, 2016 via mobile
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Ernest Edge
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July 7th, 2015

Quality Weights


Very happy with the weights I purchased. Weights are easy to carry and load onto the bar. Bar is sturdy and well built. Only concern is how the bar was packaged. Made it difficult to carry and had to remove from the box in order to transport.

May 7th, 2015 via
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