- CAP Barbell kettlebells are both versatile and durable
- Offers a varied series of exercises to tone your entire body
- Particularly effective in toning core muscles
- Weighs 20 pounds; made of solid cast iron
- Includes limited 30-day manufacturer’s warranty
The CAP Barbell kettlebell has long been loved by those looking for an extraordinary edge in strength and endurance. Training with Kettlebell develops strength, power, endurance and balance. Working out with kettlebells will shape and tone the whole body on the grounds that lifting and controlling a kettlebell powers the whole body, and particularly the core, to contract as a whole, while building both strength and endurance. Kettlebell workouts activates different muscle groups all together.
They are an extraordinary choice for getting an entire body workout in a brief period of time. Made of strong cast iron, these kettlebells are both versatile and solid. Caution: This item contains one or more phthalate chemicals known to the state of California to cause conception deformities and other conceptive damage. Shopper may return the product for a full refund, including transportation cost for both receipt and return of the item inside 15 days of his or her receipt.
The Classic CAP Enamel Coated Kettlebell
CAP Barbell’s Enamel coated kettlebell has the smoothest surface and handle available. A cast iron core is coated in a high-gloss enamel to give it a smooth surface for easy handling and swinging.
Kettlebells were originally designed for Russian Red Army soldiers and world-class athletes and are designed to work all the muscles you use for balance and leverage. Steadily progress the intensity of your workouts by incrementally adding weight. Increase your agility, build strength, and improve your endurance. Great for squats, throws, clean and jerks, snatches, rotational swings, and much more.
Reviews of CAP Barbell 10 to 50 lbs. Enamel Coated Cast Iron Kettlebell
CAP Barbell 10 to 50 lbs. Kettlebell Review 1: Best kettlebells on Amazon, bar-none.
I am totally stoked that I bought these. Not only are they very inexpensive compared to virtually every other kettlebell, they look great and are very comfortable in my hands. I bought two 45lb kettlebells, they came in two separate boxes and arrived at the same time. To the people that took picture of chipped kettlebells, if they arrived damaged out of the box, it is absolutely fault of whoever delivered it.
To the people that said they were damaged while using them…I suggest they don’t smash their kettlebells like a barbarian into concrete. These are extremely sturdy and durable, if you are using them PROPERLY, the should last a lifetime. If you drop them on concrete or smash them together while using two, it’s your fault, not the manufacturers fault. Don’t be a barbarian.
CAP Barbell 10 to 50 lbs. Review 2: Perfect condition, well-packed, smooth paint, and great handle
This is the first CAP kettlebell I’ve order on Amazon, and I couldn’t be happier. The handle is a comfortable thickness and is sized well for both one- and two-handed grabs and pulls. I’m not very tall, but my hands are wide and the handle felt just right. It was packaged well in a double-walled, double-banded box with dense styrofoam wedges to keep it from shifting.
Mine had no missing paint, no chips, and no rough spots like some others have reported – just a rust-free, super smooth kettlebell. The paint is very smooth, which I prefer over some of the rough finishes of other brands. And you can’t beat the price, especially with Prime shipping! I’ll certainly order more of these from Amazon, even if it means that my FedEx driver learns to hate me for it.
CAP Barbell 10 to 50 lbs. Review 3: Big and smooth handles that are easy to grip, with an enamel coating that keeps them from rusting, make these great kettlebells
I have some iron dumbbells in my garage, but they end up getting a bit rusty. They still work fine but I have to wash my hands after using them. When I decided to try working with kettlebells (after reading Pavel’s book “Simple and Sinister”) I didn’t want something that would rust.
I ended up getting the 15, the 25, the 35, and the 50 in this brand, and they are exactly what I was looking for. It is a great starter set, and when I’m ready to get a 70 lb kettlebell, I’ll be buying it from the same brand. (Update: I did just buy the 70lb CAP Kettlebell and I like it as I do with the others. Be aware that at that weight the bell itself is very big.)
The weight is nicely balanced. The handle is big enough to grip easily with both hands (and I have big hands). The enamel coating is also easy to hold on to and keeps them looking nice and polished. I’ve had them for a while and haven’t had any problems with the coating cracking. They did come well packaged, and well protected.
I’m very happy with these.