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    I was looking to buy some weight plates and in particular coloured ones if possible, i came across Kettlebells - Iron Edge Fitness Equipment - Train Smarter and they have a weight set of 157kg of Olympic Coloured Rubber Weights on there. I was wondering whether its good or bad that their plates dont have a metal ring where you put the barbell in. What are you experiences with their products? Cheers

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    I clicked the link, but it takes me to the KB page.

    Do you mean bumper plates?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
    I clicked the link, but it takes me to the KB page.

    Do you mean bumper plates?
    I think he's talking about these:

    Iron Edge / Australian Kettlebells :: Weightlifting Equipment :: Weight Plates
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    oh sorry about that, yeah ^^ those ones. What do you guys think?

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    For that price, I'd buy bumper plates.

    I have lots of rubber coated weight plates, but I pay like $2.80 a kg.
    I wouldn't pay anymore than $3 for rubber coated steel.

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    what bumper plates do you recommend? Im in Sydney.

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    If you're in Sydney look at either the GymDirect or GymAndFitness websites
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    ps it's Graham - not Graeme

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    Any preferences on which you has better plates?

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    I think they both stock similar-ish plates.
    GymDirect you'll get a 10% discount because you're a member on here
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    ps it's Graham - not Graeme

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    thnx hamburger, ill check out GymDirect and see what i can get. Cheers everyone

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