Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells

Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells
Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells
Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells
Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells
Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells
4.7/5

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4.6666666666667 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
Based on 6 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

These adjustable dumbbells from Titan are a great addition to any gym whether you are just starting out or a seasoned weight lifter. The weight plates allow you to dial in exact weight that you need for training.

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Made in USA
Clear

Product Summary & Specs

These adjustable dumbbells from Titan are a great addition to any gym whether you are just starting out or a seasoned weight lifter. The weight plates allow you to dial in exact weight that you need for training. With these dumbbells you can do a range of exercises that target your biceps and triceps, abdominals, deltoids, trapezius, back muscles, etc.

Features:
– Adjustable from 5 lb to 50 lb each
– Includes 2 handles, 4 collars, and 24 plates
– Titan Brand plates
– Easy to assemble

Specifications
-Material: Steel
– Handle length: 20.5″
-Finish: Chrome plated handle, and painted plates
-Weight: 105 lb

Adjustable

Yes

Type

5-50-lb-pair, 5-100-lb-pair

Made In USA

No

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Titan Adjustable Cast Iron Dumbbells
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GGR Builtscore: 4.7/5
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