expired Everfit 20kg Dumbbell Set $39.92 Delivered @ OzPlaza eBay

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Everfit 20kg Dumbbell Set $39.92 Delivered @ OzPlaza eBayAffiliate
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Description
Everfit 20kg Dumbbell set

Time to get tough. And our Everfit Dumbbells Set is the right deal if you’re looking to boost those triceps, biceps and shoulders. Or lose some unwelcomed fat. Whatever’s your game, our dumbbells set lets you strengthen and tone those muscles in pleasing style. Quality incremental weights, optimal gripping surface and matching accessories all make your workout a rewarding exercise time and again. Gym junky or workout pro, get fit with Everfit!

Features
Commercial grade ideal for professional body workout
Bar: high quality steel ; dumbbell: plastic coated, cement filled inside
Adjustable weight plates perfect for multiple workout options
Non-slip handle for secure & comfortable training
Ideal for fat-loss, building muscle strength
Includes 8 weight plates

Specifications
Length: 35cm
Diameter: 18cm, 22cm
Set content: 4 x 1.25kg & 4 x 2.5kg
Weight of dumbbell: 15kg
Weight of dumbbell bar&stoppers: 5kg
Barbell materials: cast cement coated with plastic

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  • +5 votes

    It's gonna be funny if eventually people have to pick up from post office lol

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      Why it's 20kg, i had to pick up my 800kg set from the depot.

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      I'm sure the postie bike will have a couple on the basket

      • +1 vote

        Postie bikes are not the only way auspost delivers the mail.

        I will see myself out. Can't have logical and rational statements like what i just said.

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      It's sent via FastWay if you go with shipping. But yeh, it will be the parcel agent instead of Aust Post.

      • +1 vote

        Lol if its fastway then probably all you will get is a piece of note magically 'missing you'

  • +2 votes

    cast cement coated with plastic

  • +2 votes

    Obligatory…. Do you even lift bro?

    Had to be said.

  • +1 vote

    Just out of interest, I checked and saw you can send a 22kg parcel for $8. Would've thought a lot of this $40 would've been made up by postage, but I'm surprised 22kg can be sent so cheap.

    • +1 vote

      $8 is 'retail rate'.

      eBay sellers like this would have signed a contract with the logistic company for way better rate, which can be fixed price set by the projected number of parcels or volume or weight per year

      • +1 vote

        Yep, figured that. Still just impressed that the retail rate is only $8.

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          Likely negotiated price.

          We send hundreds of stuff out ranging from 1kg to 5kg daily at work. Its likely we pay a negotiated rate flat fee per item. For the record every now and then we go past the 5kg but never heard anything from them to complain that its too heavy.

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      which postage service offers 22kg for $8

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        I just did a scenario in here from the Melbourne CBD to my suburb and it said prices from $7.95 with max weight of 22kg.

  • +2 votes

    Not really a bargain as they have been this price for a few months at least…

    Just be aware that these are concrete (your gym weights are usually iron) so if you drop them or slam them down hard they WILL crack and become uneven..

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    I bought few times from them with all positive experience. Fast next day shipping with FastWay in metro Melbourne. Just be careful with Everfit poles because they may not be fitting in your weight plates with other brand, e.g these from Kmart. I had to replace all of my weights but Everfit has good quality.

  • +3 votes

    Pretty dumb

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    Anyone in Melbourne miss this and was and it for 30?

    The weights are a physical large type (the material is plastic coated) so it takes more space than I'd like. I prefer the really old, bare metal stuff.