Let’s a take a quick look at what the best adjustable dumbbells have to offer. In a lot of ways, these sets are pretty similar, yet there is also a surprising amount of differences. This should help you make a decision a little more easily.
Pair or Single
Weight Range Per
|Bowflex SelectTech 1090||Single||10 to 90 pounds||5 pounds||$250-$299|
|Bowflex SelectTech 552||Pair||5 to 52.5 pounds||2.5 pounds||$300-$349|
|XMark 50 Pound||Pair||10 to 50 pounds||10 pounds||$250-$299|
|XMark 25 Pound||Pair||5 to 25 pounds||5 pounds||$100-$149|
|PowerBlock Elite 90||Pair||5 to 90 pounds||5 pounds||$600-$699|
|PowerBlock SportBlock 24||Pair||3 to 24 pounds||3 pounds||$150-$199|
|PowerBlock Classic 45||Pair||5 to 45 pounds||5 pounds||$300-$349|
|IronMaster QuickLock 75||Pair||5 to 75 pounds||2.5 pounds||$500-$599|
|LifeSmart 55||Pair||5 to 55 pounds||5 pounds||$250-$299|
|Bayou Fitness 50 Pound Adjustable Dumbbells||Pair||10 to 50 pounds||10 pounds||$250-$299|
The only adjustable dumbbell in the list that is not a set of two dumbbells is the Bowflex SelectTech 1090. All others are pairs of dumbbells.
The dumbbells with the most impressive weight range are the IronMaster QuickLock 75 pound adjustable dumbbells. They go from 5 pounds all the way up to 75 pounds.
The least impressive in terms of weight increments are the XMark 50 pounders. They have a good range of 10 to 50 pounds – yet they can only be adjusted in 10 pound increments.
To learn more about the features and specs for any of these adjustable dumbbells, check out our reviews.
There’s a lot of different sets to choose from, and each may or may not be a better fit for you. At a minimum, make sure that you are happy with the selection of weight increments for any given model, and then see what the buyers of these models have to say about build quality and ease of adjustability.