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At Kettlebells USA®, we’re only interested in crafting the highest quality kettlebells available we’re not into trends. Our kettlebells are built and coated for extreme resiliency, superior performance, and incredible longevity. They’re tough, they’re precise, and they’re no where else but Adjustable kettlebell blocks let you modify your device at multiple weights for the efficient, custom-like workout you crave.

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.

We offer FREE SHIPPING sitewide. Buy from the #1 trusted kettlebell source. We have two types of clearance kettlebells. The bells listed below are in pristine condition, are in their normal boxing and are unused.

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).

22 rows · Rep Fitness kettlebells are cast to the highest standards for a great finish and feel. Kettlebell. Up to0.5%cash back · Shop for kettlebell at Best Buy.

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

“Be PARA Fit: The 4-Week Formula for Elite Physical Fitness” by Sam McGrath
from Be PARA Fit: The 4-Week Formula for Elite Physical Fitness
by Sam McGrath
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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.

“Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging” by Ben Greenfield
from Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2020

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.

“Fitness For Dummies” by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
from Fitness For Dummies
by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
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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.

“The Cyclist's Training Bible: The World's Most Comprehensive Training Guide” by Joe Friel
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VeloPress, 2018

Just ordered some kettlebells to add to the repertoire!

“The Metabolism Plan: Discover the Foods and Exercises that Work for Your Body to Reduce Inflammation and Drop Pounds Fast” by Lyn-Genet Recitas
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The free weights sell for $75 per set.

“Cornerstones of Cost Management” by Don R. Hansen, Maryanne M. Mowen
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Cengage Learning, 2012

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
from The Russian Kettlebell Challenge: Xtreme Fitness for Hard Living Comrades
by Pavel Tsatsouline
Dragon Door Publications, 2001

If you want to buy free weights, treadmills, or home-gym machines, check ads in local papers and even eBay.

“The Serotonin Power Diet: Eat Carbs-Nature's Own Appetite Suppressant-to Stop Emotional Overeating and Halt Antidepressant-Associated Weight Gain” by Judith Wurtman, Nina T. Frusztajer
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Rodale Books, 2009

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

“The Bulletproof Diet: Lose Up to a Pound a Day, Reclaim Energy and Focus, Upgrade Your Life” by Dave Asprey, J. J. Virgin
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Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2014

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

“Eat Bacon, Don't Jog: Get Strong. Get Lean. No Bullshit.” by Grant Petersen
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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.