Rust-free Olympic barbell
We are not joking. Have you heard about the stainless steel barbell for the first time? It does not matter, come with us to discover the benefits of it.
Stainless steel is an unusual material used in the production of the Olympic bars. It consists of three metals: iron, carbon and chromium. The traditional problem of conventional steel bar is the formation of rust. If you keep barbell in a good condition, i.e. regularly brushing and treating surface, you can extend its life-time and keep perfect look. If you do not take care about barbells, it can start to corrode very soon. High quality barbells have thin layer of chromium or zinc on the steel surface. It protects barbells against corrosion but reduce the natural feeling of steel knurling. It can lead to weak grip and we do not want that.
A breathtaking grip feeling
For this reason, we have created a special stainless steel barbell that meets the requirements of all athletes. We put emphasis on reducing the risk of wrist injury and a great feeling of metal. This makes stainless steel the ideal material to produce the Olympic bars. Believe me, it is a barbell that meets all your expectations and you will never want to quit your training.
The barbells made of stainless steel are resistant against moisture, water and weak acids. It is best material for bars because it does not corrode.
Extreme load capacity and tensile strength
Our barbells are made of the highest quality stainless steel on the market. It goes through the machining process on CNC machines. You can lift with our bar 1100 kg. Tensile strength is 225,000 PSI.
Our collars have inside diameter of 50 mm. They are great for all standard plates.
Optimal barbell elasticity
If you want to maximize lifting performance, you have to choose barbell with optimal elasticity. In weight lifting training we use barbell energy which is created during bending of the barbell. You will be able to lift more weight with less effort.
Discover Olympic bar Power – absolutely straight
Ordinary bars are bent. When the Olympic bars are manufactured the manufacturer buys material from the steelworks. This steel has already some irregularity from the straightness. In the steelworks, steel is considered to be straight at an irregularity of less than 2.3 mm to 201 cm (on the bar length). With those irregularities' bars are difficult to hold and tend to turn around as if looking for a center of gravitation. The more you put on the greater the tendency is. On the bent bar the bearings are curved, and the risk of wrist injury is increased. Only a perfectly straight bar can remain straight for years. This is the reason why we first straight up the steel.
Our bars are straight with an accuracy of less than 0.4 mm off the entire length of the bar.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
You can return for FREE all goods until 30 days without giving reason. This means that we pick up the goods that you want to return at your place for free and return the money to your account within 3 days after returning the goods. You need only to write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +420 777 670 947. The goods must be properly packed to avoid any damage during transportation and must in the same condition. We are not a rental. The guarantee is there for trying the equipment, not for its repeated use.
- We test EVERY single bar by X-rays to detect bar's defects which can occur while manufacturing. Straightening of bars, heat process and surface treatment can cause gentle defects. These bars can bend after a while. In average, one of ten bars are damaged this way. Luckily, thanks to this testing, we can reveal it and we eliminate such defects.
- We choose randomly a few pieces of steel from every product line which we test. The steel is bent at least by 550 kg for one hour. Then we measure if the bar did not bend with the accuracy of millimeters. You can see the process in the video bellow.
|Max Tragkraft||1100 kg|
|Griff Diameter||29 mm|
|Zentral Rändeln||Tief aggressiv|
PositivesBeautiful bar! It turned up looking exactly like it did in the pictures. The knurling is excellent, not too aggressive but aggressive enough to get a ...mehr