Stamina 36-Pound Adjustable Kettle Ve…

Updated at 3/8/2014 08:30:36 - Details

Jon New to kettlebell training, so I don't have a lot of experience to rate this against other types of bells.

The handle and top of the dome that you see in the picture is metal, the red part is a plastic dome that conceals the weight plates. It seems sturdy enough for its intended use (lifting, swinging, etc.), but I could imagine shattering the plastic pretty easily if I dropped it on a hard surface. The internals seem pretty solid though. Not perfectly round, it's slightly flattened on the sides parallel with the handle, but the top portion is round.

Weight changeover is amazingly quick, pull down a rubber bumper on the side, slide the pin out, put it back in the new hole, flip the bumper back up, and lift. Five seconds, tops, and foolproof. It has an internal weight stack, unused weights remain on the floor on an included mat.

My other first impression is that it is pretty big--think volleyball size. Doesn't bother me, but it's considerably bigger than the 35-pound solid bell at my gym. A typical 16-pound fitness bell would probably be a third of the size.


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