- BKBill K.Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoStill working flawlessly after 6 months
Purchased the dumbbells and stand and couldn't be more satisfied. Excellent quality, mechanical operation working well. So simple to use. Weights are very sturdy, even when fully loaded. I'd definitely recommend buying the stand if you buy the dumbbells as it makes them convenient to use and sits nicely in the corner of the room. I especially like the fact that the ends are flat. Other adjustable dumbbells have knobs or other protrusions at the end that would be uncomfortable to use when I rest the weights on my legs between sets. Highly recommend. My only request is that they add a higher range of dumbbell - ex. 55-85 lb range. Need the higher weights for leg exercises.
- SShawnVerified BuyerRated 4 out of 5 stars1 year agoDefinitely a nice addition
Nice addition to the dumbbell set. At higher weights the dumbbells tend to stick to the cradle and its more difficult to move quickly with weight changes. The stand takes care of that issue. The cost is the main reason I gave it 4 stars. I am not big, 5’ 10”, 160lbs and stepping between the two dumbbells in the stand is a little tight so for someone larger you may need to stand back a bit and bend over to pick up the dumbbells but again, much better with the stand than without. It is definitely solid and sturdy. I did have an issue with a couple of holes not being drilled correctly and I could not get the screws tightened properly but customer service quickly responded and rectified the issue. I would recommend.
- BBryonRated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoStill going strong after 18 months of use
I love been using these dumbbells for about a year and a half 4-5 days a week. They are used a lot during my workouts. The dumbbells are still going strong. I don’t drop or bang them around. One of the handles started getting a little hard to shift so I emailed core home fitness and the immediately sent me a replacement quickly with no hassles. If your weights are getting stuck in the cradle like some of the reviews here, you can tywrap the cradles to something like a piece of plywood to help hold them down.
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