Monday, April 6, 2015

PKB The Portable Kettlebell Review

Now that our membership is on hold at the Y I've been trying to come up with other ways to workout. I now have a stability ball, and a PKB Portable Kettlebell.


Portable

What I love about the Kettlebell is that it comes completely flat. It's perfect for taking with you for an extended stay somewhere, or if I want to take it to work to workout during lunch.

When finished, the PKB empty weighs less than 10 oz.




It really is a great workout! 
  • Great for new users (me)
  • Home training and for the office (me)
  • Boot camps (my boys) At times ;)
  • Young athletes (my boys)
  • Boys and Girls (me)    
Safe!

The material is like hanging on to a thin seat belt, with a soft rubber handle. It's fits nicely in your hands, but is durable. It's soft, so it doesn't beat up my arms when I press with it.

The material is safe for any flooring. That's wonderful because we have wood floors that get scratched up easily.

Designed to protect! The PKB can be dropped and tossed without destroying you or your surroundings, within reason of course! I won't leave it around for the boys to toss here and there.

Fill it With Anything!
You can fill it with dried beans, rice, sand, gravel, cans in the kitchen, or even water just to name a few things. It won't leak at all.

Weight ranges from 0-45 pounds.

The Most Versatile Kettlebell Set On The Market!
This Portable Kettlebell from PKB is without a doubt the answer to your kettlebell training questions.

The PKB can be used as a dumbbell, weighted ball and more allowing you to create full body workouts with one piece of equipment.

Key Features
  • Handmade of Ballistic Nylon: Puncture, tear, abrasion resistant 
  • Use just about any filler: dry or wet sand, pebbles, gravel, dirt, mud... 
  • Webbing reinforced: 1,800lb+ tensile strength 
  • Includes a 4" X 3" swath of loop velcro to personalize with patches  
  • There are 3 different weights you can buy: 15 pound, 30 pound and 45 pound
  • Prices very on the weight you buy: $44.95 to $79.95
  • Made in the US
My only complaint is that some of the weights were out of stock. They only have the 30 pound in at the time of writing this review.

I debated what to fill in it. I had rice around. Sand seemed like a match.



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5 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

I have been thinking about getting a kettlebell for home exercises. They do seem like an effective workout tool!

Masshole Mommy said...

I love kettlebell exercises. I have been thinking about getting one for my house and this sounds like a good one to me.

Holly E said...

Nice review. I would love to incorporate this into my current workout.

~ Noelle said...

I like how you can fill it with anything... when you mentioned the water, I thought that would be great for trips, since you aren't going to have sand or what not in a hotel.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I have actually never used a kettlebell. I would probably hurt my back using them

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