These kettlebells by Kettlebell Kings not only come with free shipping, but also with a durable coating for grip strength, rust prevention, longevity, and to top it off, they’re American style.
One of the best perks of this product is the free shipping, as kettlebells normally cost a lot of extra money to ship, we ship these for free!
If a kettlebell does not have the features of Kettlebell Kings it will easily chip, crack and not rise up to normal wear. Any kettlebell you buy needs to be cast as 1 piece and Gravity Cast to last. For this reason, our cast iron kettlebells are the best for the price on the web.
The kettlebells in our Pound Series are created in American style 5-pound increments. We designed this series for those not used to using kilograms in their workouts. Structurally, the kettlebells are the same as our other lines, they are gravity cast and cast as one solid piece with no welding. The big advantage is the more familiar weight increments of 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 and 60 pounds like most Americans are used to lifting.
- Smooth handles: easy to grip and hold onto but smooth so there’s no discomfort in your hands throughout grueling workouts. Kettlebells with rough handles will chafe your hands and make it hard to complete a workout.
- Lifetime warranty: we carefully craft these kettlebells out of a single piece of cast iron which creates the most durable kettlebell you’ll be able to make, as a result of this we may be able to guarantee the structural integrity of this kettlebell for your life!
- Flat base: kettlebells need to be created with a flat base for easy storage and use throughout floor workouts, kettlebells without flat bases will roll around which makes it hard to store and use throughout movements like pushups, rows and renegade rows.
- Gravity cast: this ensures precise weight, you want to be confident you are training with the correct weights. Kettlebells which are gravity case are more weighted more precisely, kettlebells which aren’t gravity cast have imperfections in the weight as the mold gets older and cannot be counted on for accurate training.