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Harvil Rubber Encased Hex Dumbbell, 50 Pounds with Non-Slip Chrome Steel Handles. Sold in Pairs.

Item# SPM14544355710 | Model# RDB-50 | Added on August 25, 2017 |
Sold by Dazadi.com a Sears Marketplace seller
Harvil Rubber Encased Hex Dumbbell, 50 Pounds with Non-Slip Chrome Steel Handles. Sold in Pairs.
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Level up your strength training with the Rubber Encased Hex Dumbbells from Harvil. Ideal for home gyms, these dumbbells are tough, durable and require no maintenance. The hexagonal design prevents rolling and makes storing them easy. The rubber-coated heads help protect your floor and equipment and also dramatically reduces noise. The chrome steel handles are friction welded to the dumbbell heads for added durability while offering a non-slip grip. The dumbbells are evenly weighted so you can achieve perfect form on your curls and lifts. The iron grip dumbbell handle is 1.22 inches in diameter and 4.25 inches long. Sold in pairs, they are available in 5-pound increments from 5 to 50 pounds so you can complete your dumbbell set. Shipping is included when you order from Dazadi plus a 90-day manufacturer warranty. NOTE: California law requires that we include this warning to customers in the State of California: WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • PERFECT FOR HOME GYM USE - Ideal for personal gyms, these dumbbells are tough, durable and require no maintenance. Gym equipment dimensions: Head: 4.56 L x 6.14 W inches; Handle diameter: 1.34 inches; Assembled weight: 100 pounds.
  • VERSATILE WORKOUT – Get a solid workout in any fitness class or program with these free weights. Perfect for toning your arms, shoulders and back.
  • HEXAGONAL DESIGN FOR EASY STORAGE - Hexagon shaped dumbbell
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