I had ordered this item after confirming with SEARS that it is a set and that SEARS stand behind the products sold on their website, if anything goes wrong. When the product was delivered, it was only a single dumbell. I called SEARS and i was told that **** should be handling it NOT SEARS... even though SEARS sell it at their website. Anyways, i ended up returning the dumbell. I am never ordering anything at SEARS. com..... learned my lesson hard way.
I would give a zero if I could. Was online speaking to sears who then changed the product description but not before I took a screenshot of the advertised price. Sears then said that they would get back to me within 2 days and they were escalating this to the proper department and I NEVER heard back from them. I have a screenshot of my exchange as well as the product itself which Sears changed while I was on the phone with them more than once. WOW I have been a dedicated shopper since Im a kid. Its no wonder the store is closing its various locations. They have gone way down hill over the years and are no longer customer centered. BUYER BEWARE GO ELSEWHERE
I have been wanting these since I started adding strength training into my workout routine but I held off because heaviest I could work with was around 10lbs per hand. I am now strong enough to get good use out of these and it beats having to buy separates. Not only are these a better deal but they save space and are super convenient to quickly switch the amount of weight during a strength training superset. The base is 3lbs and you can then adjust the weight in increments: 6,9,12,15,21 up to 24lbs. The main difference between these and other adjustable dumbbells is the shape. They aren't bulky and you can hold on to them in different ways, which makes them very versatile for different exercises and even work well in place of a kettle bell. The only reason I am not giving it 5 stars is because I wish it had the side handles like the 50lbs models have.