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CAP Barbell

CAP Barbell Black Cast Iron Kettlebell, 20 Pounds

4.5
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HK$ 1,774.00
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Description

  • VERSATILE Kettlebells offer the ability to target specific muscle group exercises or a full body workout.
  • CONSTRUCTION Made of solid high-quality cast iron with no weld, no seam casting and coated in an industrial enamel paint for enduring protection.
  • FEATURES Generous wide opening handle ensures a comfortable, secure grip with one hand or two. The flat bottom allows for easy, safe storage and the ability to be used in specific flat bottom kettlebell exercises such as renegade rows and handstands.
  • FUNCTIONAL Perfect for swings, deadlifts, squats, get-ups, snatches and other athletic or cross training workouts.
  • CHOICES This kettlebell group from CAP is available in sizes from 5 lb. to 50 lb. in 5 lb. increments and from 60 lb. to 80 lb. in 10 lb. increments.

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Customer Reviews

Nice Kettlebell... With a Couple of Caveats...I have now purchased 6 kettlebells from 5 different companies. Their quality ranging from excellent to poor.The quality of the product that is actually received with this kind of item depends on a number of factors, including - the molding (whether there's any cast marks, sharp ridge lines around the body or handles, pock marks, etc.), finish sanding (to remove burrs, spurs, cast marks, etc.), finish & Painting (drips, evenness, coverage, etc.), and packaging (tight & secure or loose and unprotected, allowing the weight to roll around and get chipped and banged up during shipping).When this CAP 40 lb kettlebell arrived, I was pleased to find it was packed and packaged as a 40lb kettlebell should be. The kettlebell itself was placed inside of a non-stick matt finish plastic bag to protect it's finish. That was placed into a double-boxed cardbaord box of good thickness, with styrofoam panels stuffed inside to hold it securely in place, styrofoam placed both on the bottom of the box, and on top of the kettlebell before the box was closed and sealed, and then secured with two 1/2" nylon straps to ensure everything remained secure and provide for ease of handling by those who would be taking care of it along it's journey.After pulling the kettlebell out of it's box, I was happy with it's appearance, to see that it was a high gloss finish, and actually a dark grey and not black as it appeared to be in the pictures. However, when I set it down on a chair to get a better look at it, I noticed the handle had a flat spot all along on the top that was about 1/2" wide, and was uneven in height. That, I was not happy with at all. As I put my hand around the handle to see how it felt, I found the flat spot on the top was very noticeable, and the underside of the handle felt very rough. There were also a couple of very sharp, pointy, metal burrs that hurt as they poked like little needles into my fingers. It was obvious if I tried to lift it right then and flip it over, those burrs would cut into my fingers and slice them up, and leave me with a bloodied up hand or two, if allowed to remain.As I further examined the kettlebell, I ran my hand over the surface of it's body, and found that while mostly having a beautifully smooth finish, there were 4 or 5 of these very sharp, needle-like burrs on the body, as well. While my eyes aren't so good these days, and the burrs were small enough that I couldn't see them, I could easily feel them, and they were very sharp. Despite their being small enough to escape being easily seen, it was obvious that they would hurt and might easily cut my forearms when I flipped the kettlebell over after lifting it and it fell against my arm and rubbed against it with all of its weight, as kettlebells tend to do.While I liked the appearance of the kettlebell a lot, these problems with the flat spot at the top of the handle, the roughness of it's underside, and the very sharp, needle-like burrs both on the handle and the body, made me take a few minutes to consider just returning it, as it would take a bit of work and effort on my part to fix these problems and make it safe and enjoyable to use - all the things that should have been done at the factory prior to passing any kind of Quality Assurance Testing and being approved for sale, if any such testing was done, which most likely wasn't.I decided first just to sand off those sharp burrs on the handle and knock off the ones on the body, just to see how it generally felt and if I thought it was worth putting any further effort into it, or if it would just take too much work and I'd be better off just returning it.So, I got a 120 grit 3M sanding sponge that I had downstairs and took the spurs off, which didn't affect the appearance of the kettlebell at all, but would remove any danger of injury to me, and gave it a couple of lifts, first with one hand and then the other.While it was easy enough to lift, I found that yes, the rough surface on the underside of the handle hurt my hands and made them burn a bit, and that flat spot at the top was definitely noticeable and unpleasant to feel as it spun around in my hand while lifting it.I thought, well, it's possible that it's a borderline situation, and something that can be remedied with a little sanding to lower the high spots, and a coat or two of paint to bring up the low spots and even everything out and make the handle nice and smooth and round, evening everything out and making it feel the way it should as it spun around when I lifted it.So, I sanded down the rough area underneath, rather rigorously, and sanded the edges of the flat spot on top to bring them down a bit, without sanding excessively, just to smooth it out a bit I saw bright metal start to show through as a thin line began to appear on either side of the flat spot with what seemed like very little sanding, as it's pretty easy to do that when sanding edges, and thought, oh well... let the experiment continue.When I lifted the kettlebell again, it did feel noticeably better, the flat spot was less irritating, and my hands weren't burning as much afterward. So, at that point I decided to just tackle the job as a project, and took it downstairs and put it on the workbench, and began sanding the handle down a bit more; sanding the high ridges of the flat spot down, and knowing it would all get nice and smooth once it was filled with and covered with a couple of coats of spray paint.I just happened to have a can of Rustoleum Black Hammertone spray paint (which is the same color), sitting on the workbench intended for another project that I hadn't used yet. So, after using painters tape to mask off the body, which I really didn't want to affect at all, I got to sanding, and gave it it's first rather thick coat of paint which would level itself out and give it the smoothest, and most uniform surface.It's been an hour now and I just went down to check on it, considering giving it a second coat. It's looking much better already, with the flat spot visibly reduced now and nearly gone. It's clearly going to need another light sanding on what remains of the sides of the flat spot, but because I put the paint on kinda thick, I'll have to wait another day or so to do that. But after that it shouldn't even be able to be seen or noticed at all anymore, and the handle should be pretty much perfect after that.So, overall, it's a good kettlebell, if you're willing to put a little bit of time and effort into sanding down any sharp burrs, at a minimum, when it arrives... and if you're willing to put up with the possibility of ending up with a 1/2" wide flat spot along the entire top of the handle, and a rough surface on the underside.If you're willing to put a bit of effort into it, it can be made perfect if you're willing to do a bit of sanding, and willing to do a bit of masking and refinishing with some spray paint to fill in the low spots and give it the nice uniform, even, smooth finish that it should have come with from the factory to begin with.Personally, I could have gone either way, simply sending it back since it had problems it shouldn't have had when I first took it out of the box and inspected it. For most folks, those problems would have been unacceptable. Even I realized I was taking a risk of not being able to return it if I happened to sand those rough and sharp spots just a bit too much, and such sanding itself is nearly impossible to judge in order to keep from doing too much.But as each thing I tried seemed to provide improvements, I was willing to keep going with it, until eventually just deciding to tackle fixing everything as a bit of a project, despite this being a brand new, just-received item that should not have had any of these problems found with it.Obviously, with kettlebells, it's the luck of the draw. You may get a good one, or one with problems with any of them, and there's no way to tell when ordering online until it comes in. With this particular model from cap, however, just be aware that if you do get one in the condition that mine arrived in, you may find yourself having to send it back, or if it's not too bad, you may find yourself with a project on your hands, as I did.So, a 4 is the highest, and most generous rating I can give it, just because it is a good looking piece of equipment, and one that most people would be happy to own as far as appearances go. 4Perfect 10lb for beginners!I recently started to workout with kettlebell and started with 5lb. But then I wanted to increase more so I purchased one 10lb on Amazon.It is exactly what I was hoping and I am very happy with the product. The opening is wide enough for different exercises and easy to hold. I liked it very much that I bought another one. I think they are perfect for beginner kettlebell users. :) 5The first one arrived with a very poor finish. The handle had a sharp area that ...The first one arrived with a very poor finish. The handle had a sharp area that would have torn the skin on my hand during use. I contacted Amazon and they were great as always about sending a new one and providing a shipping label to rerturn the first item. Unfortunately the second one, while an improvement over the first one I received, still has a very poor finish. The handle isn't a problem on this one but over it's just a very poor job. You can tell it wasn't sanded/polished and the lacquer/sealant on it I was done VERY sloppil, missing several spots. It's a piece of excercise equipment so I don't expect it to look flawless (it certainly won't stay that way) but other companies I've bought from have have always Had much nikuy kettlebells. I own 8 of them and have handled dozens of other at gyms and these two are the worst quality I've encountered. 2MediocreOf the two 20lb. models I bought, each had an irreconcilable issue: one had a partly contoured bottom that makes it dangerous to use when applying downward pressure (kettlebell pushups etc.), the other was poorly molded so that there was a distinct iron edge under the handle that is bound to grind against one's hand. Both had some finish flaking on the bottom; minor but made the product seem used. Amazon was good on the return process. 2Image different than received product & the enamel chipped away easily (prior to arrival and after first use).The images on Amazon look a bit more dimpled that the actual received product (shiny/smooth enamel). Upon arrival, the smooth enamel had a chip on it (size of a pea, slight orange color present), but I attribute that to packaging (from the supplier) over handling: in 2012 I received a 20 kg KB in Afghanistan that handled shipment better than this, and that box showed up looking like a pillow. In order to protect my floor and my CAP KB, I set it on top of 1" thick wood - not slammed, dropped, launched out of a cannon - I set it down. More cracked off, < the area or a dime. Perhaps changes were made in batches, manufacturers, cure time, etc. but it was returned. 1Best for the money, period.. wait never-mind DON'T BUY!!! [Updated]*****UPDATED 03/10/2016**********UPDATED 03/10/2016*****Classic cast iron make and solid construction. The handle could be a little roomier, but that would mean more material and more money. If you want the competition grade CAP makes those too, but they're more.As to the "seam" that I've heard complained of, mine are just fine.. and at this price even if the would have had a casting seam still present it's nothing a little sandpaper and some elbow grease couldn't have solved.*****UPDATE*****These kettlebells ARE NOT safe, a mild tap of the 40lb to the 20lb opened up a hole in the handle, this means they ARE NOT reliably formed of a solid construction, capable of normal use.. DO NOT BUY!!! 1Not cast iron.Gently peeling off the sticker pulled a huge chunk of the finish away from the handle, exposing concrete underneath. Wha? I mean, it still works. It's still a kettlebell. But if the coating continues to flake off, the handle will be rough on my hands. As far as kettlebells go, there are better ones out there. I would suggest the description for this product be changed because cast iron it is not. It's cement. 3This thing works!I worked my way up through a 35 pounder, then a 45 pounder, and now this 60 pounder. For me, this is where really good things started to happen. It's hard for me to handle, but I can do one arm swings, clean and jerk, and a few other moves, and in about 10 minutes I can get a soreness (the good kind) in the shoulders, core, and arms. I feel more solid, am losing weight, and increasing reps steadily. For reference, I'm a 200 pound man who can bench his weight but not much more. This is the right level of challenge for me. The kettlebell itself is nothing fancy, but fancy would miss the point. It's grippable and heavy. 5This 40 lb kettle bell's handle snapped off during kettle ...This 40 lb kettle bell's handle snapped off during kettle bell swings. Thankfully, it didn't fall on anyone's toes. It was never being handled improperly or dropped. Simply a 100% defective product. Thank goodness no one was hurt. 1It's not blackJust received a 35# kettlebell today. I expected a black lump of cast iron, per the description. This is definately not black. Its more of a speckle grey hammertone which the pictures do not show well. I'm not hung up on the color, but don't call something that's grey black then post artificially darkened or poorly exposed pictures. There is a distinct casting line all the way around the kettlebell with some roughness inside the handle area. Someone who doesn't work outdoors or in a shop for a living with their baby soft hands is going to be less than enthusiastic gripping this thing. All said, this is just a production cast weight for a workout style that's ment to toughen the body. Its better than using bricks or cinder blocks. (Grip strength anyone?) 4
CAP Barbell Black Cast Iron Kettlebell, 20 Pounds

CAP Barbell Black Cast Iron Kettlebell, 20 Pounds

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 1,774.00
Sale price
HK$ 1,774.00
Regular price
HK$ 2,932.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 1,158.00)