The evolution in weight plates with an awesome design and guaranteed +/- 3% weight tolerance and a 51mm hole diameter for less “slop” on your bar.
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High Quality Weight Plate With An Awesome Design.
Our new mighty grip Olympic weight plates feature a beautiful, ergonomic design. An ultra-durable hammertone powder coat for superior toughness and resistance to chipping.
The precision grip handles make loading plates onto the bar and re-racking plates a breeze, and they’re large enough for even huge hands. The comfort grip also allows the plates themselves to be used for exercises like steering wheels and farmers’ carries.
These plates are an excellent quality cast iron made in a factory with over 40 years of casting experience. Because they are only cast and not machined, some minor blemishes and a +/-3% weight tolerance / 51mm hole is standard in the plates. If you’re looking for a precision fit and machined to perfection plate, be sure to check out our machined iron plates here.
5-Year Light Commercial Warranty against breakage.
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Great experience. E transfer payment option was innovative. Great product, happy to deal as local as possible!
Hey there, Thanks for the great review! Time to put those plates to work! Happy lifting! Kat and the B.o.S. Crew
Great quality plates, looks great and really easy Calgary pickup process.
Love this bar, knurling feels great in the hands. Loving it. Plates have handles which are really nice for loading and unloading the bar.
I love the 2.5 lbs plates. I prefer to go up in small weight increments when lifting, especially with dead lifts and squats, as I have an old SI joint injury that can easily act up, so I have to be very careful in how I execute my lifts, and these weights allow me to be very gradual in increasing.
I bought around 900 lb of plates (both mighty grip plates and machined plates of various weights) and I'm pleased with them so far. Some people noticed small paint bumps around the center hole. I did notice them too. I read somewhere that small defects are part of the manufacturing process of iron plates in general so my guess is that it is normal. These small bumps are paint and will probably fall off with usage. Also, I like the color although I'm generally a fan of black painted plates. Nonetheless, the plates, in gray, kind of looks like raw metal... and a raw metal look is a nice look.