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Shop kettlebells from top brands, like Fitness Gear®, GoFit®, and Body-Solid®. Add kettlebells to your workout to get the results you’re looking for. Select between competition-grade kettlebells or molded cast iron. Firstly, we chose to look at amazon because we truly believe is the best place to buy cheap kettlebells. They have the widest selection of quality equipment from reputable companies.

For the actual products that made the list we looked at two things: quality and price. Most kettlebells are made of a single, solid piece of cast iron. This offers an extremely solid construction that can withstand heavy use. Other kettlebells feature a softer exterior covering, such as vinyl or a rubberized material, that is designed to minimize damage to your floors if the kettlebell is dropped. has the best selection of kettlebells, from 5lbs to 203lbs.

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You just need to click normal ‘Add to. Muscledriver actually has competition kettlebells on sale right now for 30% off. Price comes out to about $1 per pound, plus shipping. No idea if that brand (V2?) is any good or if it’s made-in-China garbage, though. Round Vinyl Coated Kettlebell, 35lbs $63.00 Sort By Product Name (A-Z) Product Name (Z-A) Price (high low) Price (low high) Manufacturer (A-Z) Manufacturer (Z-A).

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Kettlebells are modestly priced (£20) and readily available online.

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I own nearly a dozen kettlebells, littered across my garage, office, and home gym, and nearly every functional weight-training workout I perform uses at least one kettlebell move.

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Freecycle (, where people post items they’re giving away rather than selling, is another good place to look for free weights and other basic, nonmotorized equipment.

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Watch the local newspaper and the Internet for good deals on weights from sporting goods stores and individuals who are selling their weights.

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Just ordered some kettlebells to add to the repertoire!

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The free weights sell for $75 per set.

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Ijumped on Kettlebells when they were first introduced a year and a half ago.

“The Russian Kettlebell Challenge: Xtreme Fitness for Hard Living Comrades” by Pavel Tsatsouline
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If you want to buy free weights, treadmills, or home-gym machines, check ads in local papers and even eBay.

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I’ve had kettlebells in my office for years, and I still use them occasionally when I have time.

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Now you can buy kettlebells in many colors at any store that carries sports equipment.

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  • I had bought the Ethos bells from Dicks. Huge mistake. The handles are about as smooth as a cheese grater. And the end of the line is 44kg and they dont make a 36 they go from 32 to 44 kg. he only reason I went with the Ethos was I always had a coupon and they always gave free shipping. For example I got a pair of 44kg shipped for $220.

  • All of those kettlebells are most likely made in China. Hey, I know. I bought a 32 kg bell here in China that looks identical to one of your King bells. No pitting. It is perfect. But I bought it for like $40 bucks including shipping.

  • Kettlebell Kings and Titan Fitness have competition casing, adjustable 12kg-32kg models that removes the need to buy more than 2 kettlebells for a complete 2 arm set. That saves money and space.

  • Great video guys, wanted to make a small note that ALL of our bells are single piece casting. Seems like Mike had a question about the powder coats!

  • I bought mine a few yaers ago but opted for Pro Grade or you may call them Competition. I like the fact no matter what the weight they are all the same size.

  • is a great source for kettlebells and other equip, especially if you are near Atlanta and can pick up or save on shipping. Single mold casting and 1 yr warranty.

  • I prefer competition style kettlebells because no matter the weight I can keep my form and technique the same. I bought the “fitness” competition style kettlebells from Kettlebell kings for my garage gym. Good quality, accurate and they just look great. If you are going to do high reps, using competition style is just better.

  • I have a good amount of kettle bells. I have Rogue, Fringe Sport and Again Faster. None are bad. I do however have only have one competition kettle bell. Kettle Bell Kings is amazing. I love it.

  • Shipping between rogue and rep is big for you. I’m guessing you’re close to Columbus Ohio. From rogue it would be cheaper for me to drive there and pick it up myself. The shipping is kore than the bell. Kettlebell kings are the cheapest option pound for pound where I’m sitting

  • Now even though its hard to get for the moment, any suggestions of weights if you’re going to get maybe 2-3 different weights. like a 16k and 24kg or an 8 kg and a 16kg?

  • Look at the CAP Kettlebell reviews on amazon. Theres a person who posted a picture how the entire handle just broke off. Don’t go budget on those. Much better to actually spend money knowing that the handle will not break off when youre doing swings.

  • I just ordered over 800 lbs of equipment from REP Fitness, multiple different items. Freight shipping ran me $200. So id say if you are in the market for some equipment buy as much stuff as you can possibly afford at the one time to reduce shipping cost.

  • Do you believe that tiny weight kettlebells are really no better than dumbbell equivalents? I’m talking like the 5-10 pound range. When I see women using those size kettlebells I can’t help but wonder if it makes any difference at all; don’t you need some base level of mass for the KB to have any real effect?

  • Amazon sells Ader kbs as well, and Ader is among the best in the business
    Cap kbs are Hit or Miss, often having badly-designed handles which don’t give you enough space for a proper spear
    Another one that I found for a decent price that seems to be a decent product is Perform Better. Com, although last time I checked their website, their prices had gotten a bit up there

  • The CAP ones you have listed are 52 bucks for the 40lb ones(I plan on getting two). And they also have CAP competition ones at 44lb for 62 bucks. I would be using them for home gym purposes only so not sure if I get the competition bell which is powder coated and 4lbs heavier per bell is worth the 10 extra dollars. I have a pair of 20lb Walmart hammertone bells which work great for certain exercises usually arm based but are a bit light for others and I think 40-44lb ones will work well for squats swings and walking lunges,cleans farmer walks. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

  • can someone please tell me where to get a stan pike kettlebell? I bought one 8 years ago and forgot where, he’s a difficult man to track down now for some reason.

  • :40 and beyond. You have good musculature, but son, your KB form for that particular KB is awful. I mean truly awful. Hopefully, you’ve lowered the weight, worked on good form, and fixed the issues. Aside from that, thanks for the recommendation.

  • Thanks for the review, very helpful! Useful added category would be handle shape. So not diameter, but straight vs diagonal. Very hard to find useful info on this design difference!

  • Great review! What do you think about those Olympic Plateloaded kettlebells? Like the StrengthTools? or the Detonator by Fezzik Fitness?

  • July 2001 I was diagnosed with bone spurs in my right shoulder. The pain was such that I could not sleep and my doctor said I had two options surgery or how much pain could I live with. Since earlier in January 2001 I had had two operations for throat cancer I was not looking forward to another trip under the knife. I began looking on the internet for other options and I came across an article where an elderly gent had rehabbed his bad shoulders doing kettlebell swings. I thought it could be worth a try so I got a 16kg Kbell from Dragon Door and started in on doing two hand swings three times a week. By the end of the 1st week I was able to sleep through the night and by the end of week five I was pain free and I am still pain free although the bone spurs are still there. Soon I bought another 16kg Kbell from Dragon Door so I could do doubles. In the spring of 2002 at a yard sale I bought a 20kg Ader Kbell and a 24kg RKC “Russian Red” Kbell for $25 a piece! They have served me well all these years and I have no complaints.

  • Just get a roll up sandbag with a hand, on amazin. It is portable and you can add from 0-100lbs of sand or rice to it. Its family friendly and kid friendly, not metal or dangerous.

  • I’m starting at a 20 pound bell and adding 5 pounds a month. July will be 25, August 30, etc. I only do 100 swings and 50 squat jumps 3 days a week. Eventually, I’ll figure out what I wanna add after a month or so, but 100 and 50 is my limit right now, I’m out of breath after it’s all done in like 3 minutes. I workout at home, down 60 pounds(230-170) since November last year doing keto, time to slowly add muscle.

  • Unless you KNOW you’re going to be on a padded surface all the time, I would stay away from enamel KB’s. I owned one with enamel and it hit some concrete when I was doing some high reps and it chipped, creating a sharp edge making it almost worthless in my opinion. I’m looking at the Rogue KB’s. They have a decent reputation and are priced right. I own other things built by Rogue and I’m more than happy with all of them…very, VERY well built.

  • I’ve found that at least where I am the heavier bells are actually cheaper from Kettlebell Kings than Rep Fitness. The finish and especially the weight guarantee on top of that makes Kettlebell Kings the best option in my opinion.

  • I was stalking USA kettlebell for three days now thinking about ordering a 16 kg. You release this video and now that size is sold it. That’s what I get for procrastinating.

  • Anybody know what type of kettlebells Dragon Door sells? That’s where I got my first one in 2007 and I still love it. I don’t know if it’s their own brand or not.

  • You two want us to die…I tried 6 kg and nearly did my back in so reduced to 4 kg (8ibs) and will very gradually increase..that is a from a female standpoint and as a beginner

  • When doing your comparison shots you should have bells that are all the same condition. Showing a beat up Rogue bell next to a brand new KBK bell doesn’t seem fair.

  • I purchased a 35lb/16kg Kettlebell from American Barbell and I thought it was a affordable and valuable option! It’s smooth, has a wide base, and has the color coding on the base of the horns. If you are on the West coast shipping prices are better!

  • Glad i have a set of kbs, clubbells, macebells, resistance bands, 100lbs sandbag and perfect pushup thingy already at the house for these certain times…but mainly i would suggest follks over time invest in making a home ” gym” to not have to depend on gyms ( membership or not ). Just makes sense as there are days i don’t want to head to a gym or can’t. My ” gym ” is 24/7 no matter what.

    At the same time folks you dont need these thinga as you can be creative with home items n knick knacks. Before i ever did gyms mine was doing pushups with variations with chairs and using buckets of water for curls at home in the living room or basement back when i was 15 or 16 years old LoL

  • I believe Rouge “ used “ to be made in the good ole USA. Some of their old ads are still on the internet. Have you checked out CFF bells? I have four different brands and they are the most comfortable due to their redesign of the handles and windows. They sit really nicely on your arm especially in the rack position. They have an extremely tough powder coating that’s really nice. Really nice bells but probably more at the kettlebell kings price range.

  • Kettlebell kings has their 16kg at $95 now. I feel like I should order from rogue. it’s never available during all this crap. I heard rep and rogue are identical and most likely made by the same people. I’m debating on just being patient and waiting until they become available.

  • Great video coop! I figured out the cost for the bells I want with shipping was only $18 less than going with KB kings and getting free shipping. I think I’ll wait for a sale and snatch some up.

  • Kettlebell Kings is having an awesome sale RIGHT NOW for their 5 year anniversary. Picked up a set for myself.

  • Kettlebells USA makes the best cast iron kettlebell, hands down: the Metrixx Elite Precision. It has the best handle dimensions, and the e-coating will withstand the apocalypse.

    I’ve used kettlebells regularly for about 9 years and have regularly used bells by Ader, Muscle Driver, Apollo, Christian’s Fitness Factory, GPK, Rogue, Rep Fitness, Dragondoor, and Kettlebells USA. The Metrixx Elite is the best across the board. And it is priced comparably with the Kettlebell Kings powder coat bells.

    I do think you’re onto something with the observation that the Rep, Rogue, and Kings bells are nearly identical with the exception of the branding and the powder coat formula. All of them are a solid option. However, I’m not a fan of the handle dimensions especially at 20kg, 24kg, and 28kg. (I do really like my Kettlebell Kings 32kg though)

    That said, I have many Kettlebell Kings bells and think they may make the best competition bell on the market. The Kettlebells USA Paradigm Pro is really good as well.

    I appreciate your reviews particularly the Rogue Echo bike review. That may have sold a bike for Rogue!

  • Can anyone explain why coop can lift and squat heavy weights but doesn’t have a bulky physique like most power lifters and people who do crossfit(kinda new to this)

  • RKC doesn’t even get a mention?? Wow, RKC is pretty unanimously considered the absolute best kettlebells you can get. Super expensive and always out of stock though…

  • Good review, I’ve got 5 kbs from kettlebellkings great bells spot on accurate for weight, fit and finish.
    Got a couple of 50lbers from Cap, one is 50lb the other 51.8lbs both stamped 50lb.
    Thanks for the info��⚓

  • Hey Coop, keep up the good work! Have you ever thought about doing a review on trapbar/hexbar? I’ve noticed them getting more popular and that they have a decent range in price. I’m interested in purchasing one, but wasn’t sure if there was that much difference.

  • If you guys are looking for kettlebells, check out Pavel Tsatsouline’s website: StrongFirst. They’re out of stock but at least you can place orders and get them shipped as soon as they receive their stock.

  • Great vids as always. Thank you

    I’m a certified hard style KB trainer, 11 years now.

    Cast Iron kettlebells; I have Kettlebell Kings, Kettlebell USA Metrixx Elite, Dragon Door RKC, & Rep Fitness. Also comp bells form KBK, Vulcan, and KBUSA.

    All are excellent KBs. The DDs are the my best classic KBs, but mine are from the best manufacturing years from DD. The KB Kings are the best current cast iron KBs, unless you want a larger cast iron KB window. Then get KB USA Metrixx Elite e-coat.

    Comp bells get the newer hollow body design KB Kings, or Bells Of Steel. But if you want a wider Handel get Vulcan strings competition KBs (hollow body as well).

    Save the money, and pay the price for the best KBs you can get. They last a lifetime.

  • Have you tried Vulcan competition bells? I order a few cast iron bells in lighter weights and some vinyl ones for home simply because it was all that was available. Everyone is telling me I wasted money on the spri ones. They are like 70-100 lbs so I’ll just be using for deadlifts. Should be ok. I want to get kettle bell kings or a Vulcan competition in around 26 lbs for presses.

  • We like competition bells for comfort. Comp bells are all the same size regardless of weight, like bumper plates. Lower weight hardstyle bells are also small. When my wife snatches, cleans, presses, squats, etc. a 26 lb. hardstyle bell like you’re reviewing, it lands on her wrist and hurts, but when she does it with a comp bell, it lands right on the meat of her forearm. If you’re only swinging the bell, I’d agree that they’re not worth looking at. If you’re doing any other kind of kettlebell training, totally worth looking at. The only downside is that they’re not comfortable at all for 2-handed swings.

    We have Vulcan “training” bells in pairs from 8-28kg. Our 32 and 40kg are hardstyle.

  • I wanted to get back in shape after being inactive for three years. Basically i work sitting at a desk 10 hours a day and sit in my recliner at home the rest. So i started with a lighter 12kg REP Fitness kettlebell (26 pounds) for safety and to learn proper technique. I have 16kg, 20kb and 24kg bells on my amazon wishlist for purchase once i become more advanced overtime.

  • I’m a guy and I haven’t ever used kettlebells but I’m 155lbs and I’m 5’3 and I have big broad shoulders. I want to have definition in my arms and have strength. Where should I start? Thanks guys!

  • FYI the Cap Barbell 50lb KB is $12-15 more than the 53lb Rogue/Rep version So if you live in Ohio or Colorado for pickup instead of shipping, its cheaper to go with the better quality product!

  • Just bought my first kettlebell,started with 12kilos cause i dont have experience and need to learn some proper technique..wll progress to 16 in few general its a great piece of equipment,full body tool…great for workin out at home,in just 20min u can do lot of things and be in decent shape..highly recomended..but always start with 12 or 16 if u r man…ego can hurt u seriously..

  • Indian clubs are used to build or rehab wrist shoulder elbow joints by swinging them in circular motion. Large ones are used for core strength

  • kettlebell kings Is having a 5 year anniverary sale right now. 100-499$ 15% off, 20% off 500-999. If you own a gym 25% off 2000 and 30% off for 3000.

  • I was able to pick up a couple at Play It Again Sports. Used sporting goods stores might be a goldmine. The one I went to had a ton. and most were 20kg and above.

  • The only kettlebells you need to avoid are plastic made ones. They tend to be too big for safely swinging between the legs, and the really cheap ones are badly molded together with edges that could rip the flesh off your hands.
    I’m sure that the kettlebells made by kettlebell kings are superior to cast iron bells. But calling them ‘competition’ kettlebells is just a marketing ploy (scam). And there is a major disparity in price.
    Here in the UK on Amazon; £36.99 for a neon coated cast iron kettlebell (20kg) compared to £69.99 for a (20kg) competition style bell.
    So if money is no object; then go for the competition style kettlebell. But know the guy or gal using the cast iron bell is getting just as fit at nearly half the price, and with a kettlebell just as safe, sturdy and reliable.

  • My rule of thumb for my clients starting out, if they can only buy a 1 kettlebell I have them pick the heaviest bell that they can do a decent strict press with, and progress to doubles when they can press that weight 10 times per arm, and progress to the next weight when they can press the doubles for 10 reps. I don’t teach overly technical movements like the snatch till they have progressed to a heavier bell than their first bell, so that they can use a lighter weight than they are using for their general strength and conditioning. I like to know that they have built some shoulder stability and have a good idea of where the bell is going to end up overhead when performing a snatch or other more technical ballistic movements. Same goes for something like a turkish get up or windmills where the angle of the load on the shoulder shifts during the exercise. Only time I have ever been hurt using kettlebells was with overly ambitious windmills, and 3 years later that same muscle still is the first to give issues during training.

  • Thanks for posting this. I own a Rep Fitness kettlebell. How would you rank the Rep Fitness, TRX, KB Kings, and KB USA for handle roughness, handle thickness, and handle width (from least to most)? I’ve read the Rep Fitness and KB Kings are essentially indistiguishable, but don’t know if that’s true.

  • Actually the powder coated kettlebell kings are made from a single piece of cast iron, the handles aren’t welded on. I’d say if you’re just starting out go with what you can afford from a company like Kettlebell Kings. I’m sure the steel bells are better but they’re also almost twice the price for the same weight. If money is no object then sure get the competition bells.

  • Thanks for this review. What are your thoughts on Onnit? Their prices are definitely better than KB Kings, and they do charge shipping, but it’s still cheaper in the end even with the shipping costs. I have two 24kg bells from them and the quality is very nice powder coated and gravity-cast, but I’d love to hear your thoughts.

  • Doing what you can, respect. Don’t forget calesthetics people, challenging times always requires innovation and adaption! The squat is royalty in the exercise world, even without a racked bell! Push ups, pull ups, the dreaded burpee!! Etc. If needs be we can shred everyone of our muscle groups without any kit………having said that,if I ruled the world every house hold would have to have a full set of bells.��������

  • Coming from an RKC instructor background, I have always used Dragon Door bells. They are high quality, BUT ridiculously expensive. When I bought all of my bells 7-8 years ago there weren’t as many options as there are now. Now that I am in the market for a 36kg, I am excited to give Kettlebell Kings a try. I have heard nothing but great things about them, and the finish of their bells appears to be right in line with Dragon Door.

  • I had an 80lb kettlebell delivered to me around 2012 (I wanna say it’s a brand called Power Systems?..really good bell…I’ve had bad), back when I was strong enough to use it functionally and safely for more than deadlifts and such.

    Anyways, I just remember my wife telling me how much trouble the UPS driver was having, trying to carry a (relatively) small, smooth 80lb box with no access to the handle. Apparently he (jokingly) requested that we never again order whatever’s in the box. I just thought that was funny.

    To relate to the video, I believe the bell was $125 and the shipping was in the $40-$50 range.

    Good, informative review. It was my first time watching one of your videos. I’m gonna check out some of the others.

  • DIY sandbells. Buy play sand at home depot and get some sort of canvas or nylon bags that you can load and create a makeshift handle with. Garden hose… cast iron plumbing pipe… for handles. Be creative.

  • You are a remarkably, sincere, thoughtful young man. In a dark world of partisanship and nutty far right and left wing idiots, you deliver consistently impactful content, and a clear intent that everyone you touch you want to benefit. You are clearly humble; but I hope you are also proud. You have energized my training, and given me transformational tools, at a moment when we all need it most. Thank you