Tru Grit Adjustable Kettlebell
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The Tru Grit Adjustable Kettlebell comes in a 20 pound and 40 pound option, with each replacing seven kettlebells in one.Manufacturer: Tru Grit FitnessCategories: Strength Equipment, Kettlebells
See our in-depth review of the Tru Grit Adjustable Kettlebell below.
Pros & Cons
What we like about the product...
- Two weight options (20 lbs. and 40 lbs.)
- Replaces multiple kettlebells with one piece of equipment
What needs improvement...
- Thin handle
- Doesn’t go very heavy and there’s no marked weight increments
- Can feel awkward without all of the weight in the handle
Product Summary & Specs
The Tru Grit Adjustable Kettlebell replaces seven kettlebells with just one piece of equipment, helping you save money and time by not having to have multiple weights in your home gym. It’s one of the more budget-friendly options, making it a great choice for beginners or those trying to save money while building out their workout space.
Tru Grit gives you the option to choose a maxim weight of 20 or 40 pounds, each with removable plates to get your desired weight for kettlebell swings, snatches, and more. It’s not the best adjustable kettlebell on the market, and the adjustment system leaves a lot to be desired, but it gets the job done.
One big negative about this adjustable kettlebell is the weight increments aren’t marked, making it difficult to adjust the weight as you workout. It’s not our favorite adjustable kettlebell, but it’s a good option for those low on budget.
Weight increments for 20 pound adjustable kettlebell:
- 5 lbs.
- 7.5 lbs.
- 10 lbs.
- 12.5 lbs.
- 15 lbs.
- 17.5 lbs.
- 20 lbs.
Weight increments for 40 pound adjustable kettlebell:
- 7.7 lbs.
- 12.3 lbs.
- 17.8 lbs.
- 23.7 lbs.
- 29.7 lbs.
- 35.2 lbs.
- 40 lbs.
25mm for 20 lbs.; 28mm for 40 lbs.
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