TRIBE-WOD

Stoßfängerplatte CORSAIR

€105,99 Ausverkauft
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46 Bewertungen

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  • 1 Platte: N8G5W4XB9CSG
  • 2 Platten: WWGNAAQVX38B
  • 3 Platten: JMSY5VNMJHYD
  • 4 Tafeln: KQKNYRV5WP5Z
  • 5 Platten: GDZC2YAFM7XV
  • 6 Tafeln: CCEY6S8P78YP

Bei Tribe WOD haben wir noch nie daran geglaubt, dass wir so sind wie alle anderen. Rebellisch, laut und wild - der Corsair fordert jeden anderen einfachen Stoßfänger heraus. Das Marauder-Styling ist für diejenigen gemacht, die gegen den Strom schwimmen und präsentiert eine intensive Ästhetik für Athleten, die über dem Status Quo stehen.

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SPEZIFIKATIONEN

  • Material: vulkanisierter Gummi und Stahl
  • Plattentyp: Training
  • Empfohlene Verwendung: auf Gummi oder nicht scheuernden Oberflächen

10lbs

  • Paarweise verkauft
  • Durchmesser: 450 mm
  • DICKENHEIT 4 MM 35 mm
  • Kragenöffnung: 50,40 mm
  • GEWICHT 10KG 10 Pfund / 4,5 kg

25 lbs

  • Paarweise verkauft
  • Durchmesser: 450 mm
  • DICKENHEIT 4 MM 45 mm
  • Kragenöffnung: 50,40 mm
  • GEWICHT 10KG 25 Lbs / 11 Kg

45 lbs

  • Einzelverkauf
  • Durchmesser: 450 mm
  • DICKENHEIT 4 MM 85 mm
  • Kragenöffnung: 50,40 mm
  • GEWICHT 10KG 45 Lbs / 20 Kg

Größe:: 10lbs
Größe:: 10lbs

Produktinformation

Customer Reviews

Based on 46 reviews
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Benja Shurtleff
Returned

I usually don't complain about things because I'm grateful to have the ability to afford it but I'm not going to spend the money on something that looks used out the box. It's not there fault the boxes were a bit soaked when we got em. The 10s 25s and 45s looked like someone used and then sent them back. I wish I could say these are boss but with the paint flaked off and the dings and what ever chemical is on them I would say unless you're building a pirate themed gym maybe do some more research. And remember this picture cause you might get these in the mail if you purchase them cause I had to return them. The last thing I'm trying to here is my inner voice bickering about making better choices with my money.

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Benja Shurtleff
Returned

I usually don’t complain about things because I’m grateful to have the ability to afford it but I’m not going to spend the money on something that looks used out the box. It’s not there fault the boxes were a bit soaked when we got em.
The 10s 25s and 45s looked like someone used and then sent them back.
I wish I could say these are boss but with the paint flaked off and the dings and what ever chemical is on them I would say unless you’re building a pirate themed gym maybe do some more research. And remember this picture cause you might get these in the mail if you purchase them cause I had to return them. The last thing I’m trying to here is my inner voice bickering about making better choices with my money.

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ShiningHiker
Quality plates to step up my gym gains.

These plates are good quality and look great at the same time. The crossbone detail is unique and I like the green additive. If you are dropping these on the ground when deadlifting they will get scratched up but gym equipment isn’t made to be pretty. They are indeed 25 lbs each as they specify. They are a bit pricey but in my opinion the quality matches.

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C. Dean
Plays best with additional bumper plates.

These seem to be fairly standard bumper plate design -- 450mm diameter, with an opening that fits a standard OIympic bar (~2inches), though they did seem pretty snug along the bar. The weight on the plates is accurate (10lbs in this case). They've also got a skull motif on them, for that "badass look" factor. As other reviewers have mentioned: they do seem rather flexible, perhaps because of how thin they are. I dropped them (on the bar) from waist height several times and they held up well. When I dropped them from chest height they did seem to flex quite a bit (no cracking or damage, though). I didn't try higher than that out of a measure of doubt about whether they could take it or not due to the flexing. That said, I feel I should point out that it seems unlikely that you'll be dropping a bar with only 20lbs of weight on it unless you've had some sort of emergency or are being irresponsible. If stacked with other bumper plates the flexibility wouldn't be a concern and I'd have full confidence in their durability. It's only alone (and on this 10lbs size) that I have some doubts. These bumper plates seem well made and do in fact have minimal bump on the drop -- which is very important. When dropped these plates barely bounced and didn't go far at all. No going out of control and making a mess or smacking into my shins. They also didn't leave any marks or scuffs on the flooring. Just a clean minimal bump and stop. The plates do seem a bit expensive for the amount of weight you're getting, but that's likely just a part of the premium of the brand, so I won't hold it against them. All in all these seem to be good bumper plates, with my only concern being an issue that's unlikely to actually come up in the course of normal use (why would you need to use bumper plates if you're only adding 20lbs to the bar?). So if you're looking for a good bumper plate with a "badass look", here you have it. 4/5 PS: When you open them, they will stink. A lot. Put them somewhere they can air out for a couple of days and then the smell becomes only noticeable when you are close, much like a tire. Which makes sense, as these use vulcanized rubber.

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C. Dean
Plays best with additional bumper plates.

These seem to be fairly standard bumper plate design -- 450mm diameter, with an opening that fits a standard OIympic bar (~2inches), though they did seem pretty snug along the bar. The weight on the plates is accurate (10lbs in this case). They've also got a skull motif on them, for that "badass look" factor.

As other reviewers have mentioned: they do seem rather flexible, perhaps because of how thin they are. I dropped them (on the bar) from waist height several times and they held up well. When I dropped them from chest height they did seem to flex quite a bit (no cracking or damage, though). I didn't try higher than that out of a measure of doubt about whether they could take it or not due to the flexing.

That said, I feel I should point out that it seems unlikely that you'll be dropping a bar with only 20lbs of weight on it unless you've had some sort of emergency or are being irresponsible. If stacked with other bumper plates the flexibility wouldn't be a concern and I'd have full confidence in their durability. It's only alone (and on this 10lbs size) that I have some doubts.

These bumper plates seem well made and do in fact have minimal bump on the drop -- which is very important. When dropped these plates barely bounced and didn't go far at all. No going out of control and making a mess or smacking into my shins. They also didn't leave any marks or scuffs on the flooring. Just a clean minimal bump and stop.

The plates do seem a bit expensive for the amount of weight you're getting, but that's likely just a part of the premium of the brand, so I won't hold it against them. All in all these seem to be good bumper plates, with my only concern being an issue that's unlikely to actually come up in the course of normal use (why would you need to use bumper plates if you're only adding 20lbs to the bar?).

So if you're looking for a good bumper plate with a "badass look", here you have it.

4/5

PS: When you open them, they will stink. A lot. Put them somewhere they can air out for a couple of days and then the smell becomes only noticeable when you are close, much like a tire. Which makes sense, as these use vulcanized rubber.