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I don't find kettlebells to be a novelty at all. Far from it.
They are actually made by zoobellsusa. I saw their homepage years ago and it seems KBKings is just reselling them now.I hadnt looked at kb king's animal bells, how is the handle on that bear, looks thick, but hard to tell from just the one pic on their site. Whats the backside like, plain round?
That's frickin badass.
This electro etching is an industrial process? Or something one could do with basic chemicals and a power supply? Like a battery charger maybe?
They're well balanced and handle ad well as any I've trained with.I don't own one, unfortunately: Living in the UK, it would cost hundreds of dollars just to get one shipped over. I gather from the reviews that the backside is smooth, like a regular kettlebell and the handle's probably the same thickness as their standard 32kg KB.
I'm waiting for the 100lb Jabba the Hutt kettlebell.Onnit has come up with yet another line of KBs. This time it's Star Wars themed and you can get Boba Fett (50lbs), Stormtrooper (60lbs) and Darth Vader (70lbs).
There's also a Death Star slamball and a carbonized Han Solo yoga mat (lol)