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TROY SOLID DUMBBELLS - URETHANE 12 SIDED SOLID

**This item is sold per lb price & pre-made sets

 

Handle Grip Size: 34mm

Handle length:  5.5"

Product Options: Round “T” Clog design. (Custom Logo only)

Available in: 5 lb. through 150 lb. in 5 lb. increments.  

           .5 lb. sizes from 7.5lbs. up to 52.5 lbs. (5lb increments) 
                                                     

Product Description: Our stylish 12 sided Solid Steel, Polyurethane encased dumbbells represent the best in class, commercial grade product of its kind being manufactured today.With a sleeve design that extends through the head of the dumbbell and is permanently welded, the structural integrity is unsurpassed. The uniform 34mm Solid Steel hard-chrome handle with its precision machined, medium knurl makes each size dumbbell from the smallest to largest, as durable as it is comfortable to use.

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