Powder Coat kettlebells are made from Cast Iron and then painted with Powder Coating to protect the iron and improve grip texture for grueling workouts. Powder Coating is one of the most durable types of paint available on top of kettlebells.
The kettlebells in our Pound Series are created in American style 5 pound increments. This series has a more textured finish then our KG Series.
Kettlebell Kings Are Different.
LIFETIME WARRANTY, No one else offered lifetime warranties on their cast iron kettlebells.We guarantee the structural integrity of the kettlebell for your lifetime. Check the warranty of any other kettlebell.
SMOOTH FINISH, when kettlebells come out of the mold they are still rough with edges and seams that tear up your hands if not polished off. Our bells are polished free of imperfections when they come out of the mold and then painted with powder coating to improve grip texture. Having a smooth finish protects your hands, wrists and forearms. These kettlebells have more textured finish compared to our KG Series.
FREE SHIPPING, Kettlebells normally ship for almost as much as they cost!
About The Bells.
SINGLE CAST, Our Powder Coat kettlebells are all made from a single piece of cast iron. Most kettlebells have the handles welded on which makes them break easier. Casting from a single piece of metal gives more durability to the kettlebell
COLORED BANDS on HANDLES, Color specific to certain weights, identify the kettlebell without picking up or rolling it over, bands are coded for easy identification
ENGRAVED, In kilograms and pounds so you always know which weight you are working with in either measurement
HANDLE GRIP, Powder coating make a great gripping surface when your hands are sweating, also holds chalk better than all other kettlebell paint options like matte or e-coat
POWDER COATING, is the most durable form of kettlebell paint available and lasts longer than traditional kettlebell paint
LOGO, Kettlebell Kings logo engraved into kettlebell so it will not break off, kettlebells without engraved logos have inserts glued in which break out over time