Tone Fitness 5, 10 & 15 Vinyl Cement Kettlebell Set

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If cost is a strong factor in your decision making but you still want to get started, then the Tone Fitness 5, 10 & 15 Vinyl Cement Kettlebell Set could very well fill the bill. This set is filled with cement rather than constructed from cast iron. You get the same weight of kettlebell but at a much lower price.

You can still perform the same range of exercises and handled with some care they will function as effectively as the other kettlebells. Your cost savings will be significant however.

With the Tone Fitness 5, 10 & 15 Vinyl Cement Kettlebell Set you get 3 weights. As the picture demonstrates, they are the 5 pound, 10 pound and 15 pound sizes. If you are just getting started with kettlebell training these may be your ideal choice.

This low budget set may be more suited for women as opposed to men. Most men would not be starting out with a 5 lb. weight. The cement handles are also breakable if handled improperly.

A nice feature of this set is a basic DVD and an instruction sheet which helps you to learn some foundational exercises to get you going fast. It will not however provide you with a workout routine, simply the basics.

 Tone Fitness 5, 10 & 15 Vinyl Cement Kettlebell Main Features

  • Cement filled, vinyl exterior set of kettlebell weights
  • Sizes include 5, 10 and 15 pound weights with color coded handles and fronts.
  • Comfortable and easy to use
  • More affordable than cast iron weights
  • Comes with an instruction manual and workout DVD

Tone Fitness 5, 10 & 15 Vinyl Cement Kettlebell Summary

The Tone Fitness 5, 10 & 15 Vinyl Cement Kettlebell Set is a very functional and affordable weight set to get your started with kettlebell training. They are cement filled which means they are a lot cheaper than cast iron weights but can be used in exactly the same way. One must be more careful with them as they are not as durable as the cast iron varieties.

You will likely move on from this set over time but by then you will an enthusiast and comfortable enough to want to own a higher quality set of kettlebells. Unless affordability is your driving force, I would recommend stretching a bit and getting yourself a better quality bell. If your budget is an issue, then get started with these but handle them with care.

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