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J Fit 30-Pound Cast Iron Kettlebell, Grey

by J/FIT
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)


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Technical Details
Item Weight14 Kg
Product Dimensions14 x 25.4 x 21.6 cm
Item model number20-6130
ColorGrey
Size30-Pound
Height8.5 inches
Length5.5 inches
Weight13.7 kilograms
Width10 inches
Number of Items1
Brand NameJ/FIT
  
Additional Information
ASINB001QGWZL4
Best Sellers Rank #8,060 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 Kg
Date First AvailableApril 20 2011
  
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Custom J Fit design, cast iron kettlebell with gray paint for extra protection. Smooth, solid steel handle for comfortable grip. Handle measures 2" diam. on all kettlebells. For indoor and outdoor use.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It is 30 pounds of kettlebell action!! May 4 2013
By Nicole
Size Name:30-Pound|Verified Purchase
Definitely a great price, best that I could find anyway and got a great deal on the shipping. This is a great product. Handle is not too big for a womens' grip.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars  31 reviews
25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Product GREAT Price!!! Dec 10 2009
By Feliz NashvilleDad - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:30-Pound|Verified Purchase
Caveat: JFit kettlebells the first and only kettlebells I've owned, but they are not the first that I've used.

Pros:
1. The handles are wide enough for both hands (mine are of medium size), which makes it more effective for use in the basic two-hand kettlebell swing. In general, I really like the size and shape of the handles, but you should know that the thickness of the handle varies according to the overall weight of the kbell. The 50lbs handle is significantly, though not awkwardly, thicker than that of the 30lbs handle.

2. The flattened sides make crush presses (pushup position) more stable. That could be a "con" for purists, I suppose.

3. The painted finish is smooth, but not slick. This promotes confident use due to good grip. Some KBs I've used were almost gritty, like fine sandpaper, but such is not the case here.

4. Just as iron should be, my JFit KBs are solid. I've dropped/thrown them several times and they show no sign of damage. I workout in my garage normally, but I always go outside if I'm going to practice something that may put a bell on the ground. These bells likely won't ever hit concrete, so understand that their sturdiness could have limits. I don't know who would win in a battle of the KB and my garage's concrete floor, but I'd guess the KB.

Cons:

1. The biggest issue I have with these bells is their undersides. The flattened bottoms of all three of my JFit KBs are not completely flat. I would very much like to use them for pushups and renegade rows, but the lack of a truly flat bottom means they are too unstable to be safely used in this manner. This is the reason for the 4 stars. I am somewhat disappointed because it indicates a lack of craftsmanship. The bottoms are somewhat lumpy and are given to wobbling under load. It seems to me that it would have been easy to grind the bottom to true-flat.

2. This doesn't impact performance unless the user is planning to compete in KB competitions, but I wish these bells were available in the standard increments - every four kilograms. It's not that I wish for metric measurements on the bells, though I wouldn't mind either, but I would appreciate being able to pick up a KB from another manufacturer and not have to deal with weight differences. JFit's KB sizes are 30lbs, 40lbs and 50lbs, whereas the classic weights for KBs in the same range are 26lbs, 35lbs, 44lbs and 53lbs. It's not a problem, per se, because J Fit is simply westernizing the increments. It would just be nice to train with the same weight.

Overall, I love my new KBs. For the price difference, it's a no-brainer. I paid $200 (free super-saver shipping) for my 3 KBs. I would've had to pay $250 + shipping (outrageous shipping - $100+) at most other outlets.

Thank you J Fit for a good product at a GREAT price!!!
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great kettlebell with only one small drawback April 6 2009
By Roy Furr - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:35-Pound|Verified Purchase
I'm going to make this quick. This kettlebell is great overall. Simple design. All metal (no annoying rubber handle). Handle's wide enough for two-hand swings. Weight was right on. Shipping was very affordable -- which I think I can say here because the manufacturer address and the address of the company that sent it to me were the same.

I love it.

The one drawback is that the flat face on it makes slight edges that press into my wrist when I do things like clean and press and snatches. At first this caused some aggravation, however now I hardly notice.

I'm giving it 5 stars regardless because if I were given the option to do it again, I'd purchase the same kettlebell.

Highly recommended!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid, does its job Aug. 2 2010
By Hawaiian Shutterbug - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:50-Pound|Verified Purchase
These kettlebells are solid, basic, cast iron cannonballs that do exactly what they are meant to do - kick your ass. No fancy vinyl, no pretty colors, just an indestructable piece of workout equipment that your grandkids will be using. Forget the gym, because once you have some of these the "gym" is wherever you happen to take your kettlebells. Buy this, go to youtube and watch phil scarito (no, I'm not him, and no, he's not paying me) teach you how to PROPERLY use them and watch the fat melt away. I am in the best shape of my life and I owe it all to these JFit kettlebells!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Value Kettlebells & Free Shipping!!! Dec 10 2009
By Feliz NashvilleDad - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:50-Pound|Verified Purchase
Caveat: JFit kettlebells the first and only kettlebells I've owned, but they are not the first that I've used.

Pros:
1. The handles are wide enough for both hands (mine are of medium size), which makes it more effective for use in the basic two-hand kettlebell swing. In general, I really like the size and shape of the handles, but you should know that the thickness of the handle varies according to the overall weight of the kbell. The 50lbs handle is significantly, though not awkwardly, thicker than that of the 30lbs handle.

2. The flattened sides make crush presses (pushup position) more stable. That could be a "con" for purists, I suppose.

3. The painted finish is smooth, but not slick. This promotes confident use due to good grip. Some KBs I've used were almost gritty, like fine sandpaper, but such is not the case here.

4. Just as iron should be, my JFit KBs are solid. I've dropped/thrown them several times and they show no sign of damage. I workout in my garage normally, but I always go outside if I'm going to practice something that may put a bell on the ground. These bells likely won't ever hit concrete, so understand that their sturdiness could have limits. I don't know who would win in a battle of the KB and my garage's concrete floor, but I'd guess the KB.

Cons:

1. The biggest issue I have with these bells is their undersides. The flattened bottoms of all three of my JFit KBs are not completely flat. I would very much like to use them for pushups and renegade rows, but the lack of a truly flat bottom means they are too unstable to be safely used in this manner. This is the reason for the 4 stars. I am somewhat disappointed because it indicates a lack of craftsmanship. The bottoms are somewhat lumpy and are given to wobbling under load. It seems to me that it would have been easy to grind the bottom to true-flat.

2. This doesn't impact performance unless the user is planning to compete in KB competitions, but I wish these bells were available in the standard increments - every four kilograms. It's not that I wish for metric measurements on the bells, though I wouldn't mind either, but I would appreciate being able to pick up a KB from another manufacturer and not have to deal with weight differences. JFit's KB sizes are 30lbs, 40lbs and 50lbs, whereas the classic weights for KBs in the same range are 26lbs, 35lbs, 44lbs and 53lbs. It's not a problem, per se, because J Fit is simply westernizing the increments. It would just be nice to train with the same weight.

Overall, I love my new KBs. For the price difference, it's a no-brainer. I paid $200 (free super-saver shipping) for my 3 KBs. I would've had to pay $250 + shipping (outrageous shipping - $100+) at most other outlets.

Thank you J Fit for a good product at a GREAT price!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Product, GREAT Price!!! Dec 10 2009
By Feliz NashvilleDad - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:40-Pound|Verified Purchase
Caveat: JFit kettlebells the first and only kettlebells I've owned, but they are not the first that I've used.

Pros:
1. The handles are wide enough for both hands (mine are of medium size), which makes it more effective for use in the basic two-hand kettlebell swing. In general, I really like the size and shape of the handles, but you should know that the thickness of the handle varies according to the overall weight of the kbell. The 50lbs handle is significantly, though not awkwardly, thicker than that of the 30lbs handle.

2. The flattened sides make crush presses (pushup position) more stable. That could be a "con" for purists, I suppose.

3. The painted finish is smooth, but not slick. This promotes confident use due to good grip. Some KBs I've used were almost gritty, like fine sandpaper, but such is not the case here.

4. Just as iron should be, my JFit KBs are solid. I've dropped/thrown them several times and they show no sign of damage. I workout in my garage normally, but I always go outside if I'm going to practice something that may put a bell on the ground. These bells likely won't ever hit concrete, so understand that their sturdiness could have limits. I don't know who would win in a battle of the KB and my garage's concrete floor, but I'd guess the KB.

Cons:

1. The biggest issue I have with these bells is their undersides. The flattened bottoms of all three of my JFit KBs are not completely flat. I would very much like to use them for pushups and renegade rows, but the lack of a truly flat bottom means they are too unstable to be safely used in this manner. This is the reason for the 4 stars. I am somewhat disappointed because it indicates a lack of craftsmanship. The bottoms are somewhat lumpy and are given to wobbling under load. It seems to me that it would have been easy to grind the bottom to true-flat.

2. This doesn't impact performance unless the user is planning to compete in KB competitions, but I wish these bells were available in the standard increments - every four kilograms. It's not that I wish for metric measurements on the bells, though I wouldn't mind either, but I would appreciate being able to pick up a KB from another manufacturer and not have to deal with weight differences. JFit's KB sizes are 30lbs, 40lbs and 50lbs, whereas the classic weights for KBs in the same range are 26lbs, 35lbs, 44lbs and 53lbs. It's not a problem, per se, because J Fit is simply westernizing the increments. It would just be nice to train with the same weight.

Overall, I love my new KBs. For the price difference, it's a no-brainer. I paid $200 (free super-saver shipping) for my 3 KBs. I would've had to pay $250 + shipping (outrageous shipping - $100+) at most other outlets.

Thank you J Fit for a good product at a GREAT price!!!
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