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Valeo Neoprene Hand Weights

*Est. $10 and up
April 2012
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Valeo Neoprene Hand Weights

Lightweight dumbbells

  • Easy to use
  • Comfortable grip
  • Various colors
  • More expensive than all-metal dumbbells
  • Not adjustable
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Few fixed-weight dumbbells attract many reviews, but the Valeo Neoprene Hand Weights receive excellent ratings from owners. Reviewers say these neoprene-covered cast-iron weights are comfortable to hold and have a nonslip grip. They come in 2-, 3-, 5-, 8- and 10-pound sets. Users find them easy to use, although since they are so lightweight, you can outgrow them easily. Valeo Hand Weights are marketed for women, but male reviewers looking for lightweight dumbbells also have good things to say about these weights. Some users say that the Valeo dumbbells are expensive compared to all-metal dumbbells. If you need more weight, Cap Barbell Cast-Iron Dumbbells (*Est. $10 and up) come in various weights up to 50 pounds per dumbbell.

Few reviewers cover fixed-weight dumbbells, but the Valeo hand weights are covered in user reviews at and has more than 50 ratings for these neoprene dumbbells, and some reviews are quite detailed.

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The Valeo Neoprene Hand Weights get an overall rating of 4.8 stars out of 5 in more than 50 reviews at Reviewers praise the comfortable grip, and they find the weights balanced and easy to lift. However, a few critics find them overpriced.

Review: Valeo HW5 5-Pound Neoprene Hand Weights, Contributors to


There are approximately 10 video reviews of Valeo dumbbells on, but these amateurish recordings don't provide many helpful details.

Review: Valeo, Contributors to

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