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    Looking to introduce kettlebells into my workouts and planning to change the set up in my garage gym and start a workout club with a friend, my two sons and his son. Figured a set of kettlebells would be a good starting point for some of the rotating stations that will accomodate everyone.

    Anyone have any insight/preferences on brands based on quality and price? Was figuring I'd start around 4kg and go up to at least 24kg (or lb equivalent since the kids are younger)
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    Originally Posted by cwcmac View Post
    Looking to introduce kettlebells into my workouts and planning to change the set up in my garage gym and start a workout club with a friend, my two sons and his son. Figured a set of kettlebells would be a good starting point for some of the rotating stations that will accomodate everyone.

    Anyone have any insight/preferences on brands based on quality and price? Was figuring I'd start around 4kg and go up to at least 24kg (or lb equivalent since the kids are younger)
    Diamond Pro from Walmart but I think they are out of stock right now. Cheap and decent. If you want to spend more money, Kettlebell Kings.
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    Diamond Pro from Walmart but I think they are out of stock right now. Cheap and decent. If you want to spend more money, Kettlebell Kings.
    Diamond Pro are fantastic for the price. I have the 28KG and 16KG. Out of stock as mentioned, this is the link where they would be
    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Diamond-P...0-Lbs/47930408 They are usually around $1/lb.
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    I have a couple pairs from different places, key is to look for sales. I have a pair from Fringe Sport (they have deals every few months and free shipping) and also a pair from Dicks that were on clearance. We also have one 20 pounder from Amazon we found for $26.
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    I have my eye on rep kettle bell for a while. check them out


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    I've tried a few and for me it's Kettlebell Kings. I hate paying the higher price, especially w/ the recent price hikes, but for me they're worth it. Others have had burrs that I had to file down (Body Solid), strange feeling grip (Rep & ??), weight off by a considerable amount, etc. I'll keep using the two lower weight Body Solid's that I have but glad the heavier are all KK.
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    I had researched this a decent amount a while back and settled on Kettlebell Kings as the place to go if you want quality. I messaged them and they said the weight tolerance is 0.3 kg which is pretty darn good to me.
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    Many good brands these days.
    I would recommend something that is powder coated than painted.
    The painted ones are cheaper but they chip up.
    Also an important factor is the handle.
    Make sure it's uniform all the way around.
    These days i think you'll be ok with most brands but usually the cheaper ones will be less quality and may have a flat spot or seem in them.
    There are a couple different KB's also,one for Girevoy sport and then the basic KB.
    The sport KB's have a more square handle and all the KB's no matter the weight are the same size.
    Regular KB's get larger as the weight gets heavier.
    Also they sell them in pound weights and kilo weights so you need to decide on that.
    The old days there were only kilo weights.
    Perform Better is a good brand.
    Good luck.
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    Boombells. Company is owned by a Navy EOD guy.
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    Here are my two Diamond Pros.


    $1 a pound can't be beat. As far as accuracy, IIRC, the "16KG/35Lb" is actually 34 lbs and the "28KG/62Lb" is actually 60 lbs. They seem perfectly cast though with no imperfections and a great e-coating. The handles on these don't have much seam, it feels good in hand. The only thing that I wish was different was the sides are flat which creates a bit of an edge on the forearm when racking it from a clean if you don't have a diagonal grip/arm position. I don't care about the weight discrepancy. I've used the cheap Caps and Yes4All and these Diamond Pro are substantially better overall.
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    Really appreciate all the feedback everyone. My original plan was to get a set of the repfitness (8,12, 16, 20, 24 KG) but the shipping is almost as much as the bells themselves and inline with Rogue pricing.

    Looks like boombells doesn't have any available and aren't taking backorders.
    Kettlebell kings look great but I'll be using them primarily for high volume swings so not sure if I need perfection.

    Diamond Pros may be a good starting point
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    Originally Posted by cwcmac View Post
    Really appreciate all the feedback everyone. My original plan was to get a set of the repfitness (8,12, 16, 20, 24 KG) but the shipping is almost as much as the bells themselves and inline with Rogue pricing.

    Looks like boombells doesn't have any available and aren't taking backorders.
    Kettlebell kings look great but I'll be using them primarily for high volume swings so not sure if I need perfection.

    Diamond Pros may be a good starting point
    These are good for high volume swings that's mainly what I use them for. They are back in stock on Walmart's site if you want to try that out. If you don't like them, return is pretty easy if you live near a walmart. If I were to do it again I'd probably skip the recommended 16kg and 24KG and just do the in-between 20KG and 28 KG. The 16 becomes worthless with enough volume.
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    These are good for high volume swings that's mainly what I use them for. They are back in stock on Walmart's site if you want to try that out. If you don't like them, return is pretty easy if you live near a walmart. If I were to do it again I'd probably skip the recommended 16kg and 24KG and just do the in-between 20KG and 28 KG. The 16 becomes worthless with enough volume.
    Thanks. If I go this route I'll probably just start with a couple. The range was because I want to start working out with my kids and a few other people in the neighborhood. A set was a better option if ordering online. This will allow me to just get a couple at a time and see what sizes work and fill gaps as needed.
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    Originally Posted by cwcmac View Post
    Really appreciate all the feedback everyone. My original plan was to get a set of the repfitness (8,12, 16, 20, 24 KG) but the shipping is almost as much as the bells themselves and inline with Rogue pricing.

    Looks like boombells doesn't have any available and aren't taking backorders.
    Kettlebell kings look great but I'll be using them primarily for high volume swings so not sure if I need perfection.

    Diamond Pros may be a good starting point
    Did you look at Amazon? The set is $299 there and that includes shipping. I'd still go with the Diamond pros though and I have 3 Rep kettlebells.
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    These are good for high volume swings that's mainly what I use them for. They are back in stock on Walmart's site if you want to try that out. If you don't like them, return is pretty easy if you live near a walmart. If I were to do it again I'd probably skip the recommended 16kg and 24KG and just do the in-between 20KG and 28 KG. The 16 becomes worthless with enough volume.
    35 lbs is a good starting weight for two hand swings and always for one hand swings.
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    Originally Posted by cwcmac View Post
    Thanks. If I go this route I'll probably just start with a couple. The range was because I want to start working out with my kids and a few other people in the neighborhood. A set was a better option if ordering online. This will allow me to just get a couple at a time and see what sizes work and fill gaps as needed.
    I've been swinging for quite some time and I've got it down to five different weights; 55, 75, 95, 105 and 120. Eventually, you will want to swing heavy.
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    35 lbs is a good starting weight for two hand swings and always for one hand swings.
    I definitely wouldn't go any lighter than that for a starting weight unless you have users under age 15 or over age 65 using it.
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    I've been swinging for quite some time and I've got it down to five different weights; 55, 75, 95, 105 and 120. Eventually, you will want to swing heavy.
    You are right about eventually swinging heavy, I progressed to doing big sets of 150+ reps of the 16KG/35LB and it became a cardio substitute. Once I jumped to 28KG/62Lb, I could never go back to the 35, it feels off now. Also after doing a bunch of 30R20 workouts on the Concept 2, lighter kettlebells became too easy.
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    Iron Skull Fitness bells are nice. I had a pair of them.

    They are also American made

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    Originally Posted by ampire View Post
    I definitely wouldn't go any lighter than that for a starting weight unless you have users under age 15 or over age 65 using it.
    Or for the ladies or for one hand swings, at least in the beginning.

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    You are right about eventually swinging heavy, I progressed to doing big sets of 150+ reps of the 16KG/35LB and it became a cardio substitute. Once I jumped to 28KG/62Lb, I could never go back to the 35, it feels off now. Also after doing a bunch of 30R20 workouts on the Concept 2, lighter kettlebells became too easy.
    When I can do 40-50 explosive hard style swings with a weight, it's time to move up in weight and do half as many reps with that weight as a warm up. I can't imagine doing 150 continuous swings. I don't use kettlebells for 'conditioning' and I don't know what "30R20 workouts on the Concept 2" is.
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