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    danfaz is offline Senior Member
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    Default Need Help IDing DD Kettlebell

    Hey gang,

    Got this bell off the bay and was wondering what era it is from. I want to get a pair and would prefer they are of the same era.

    Thanks for any info.




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    just a little bumpage.

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    Danfaz I will look at my bells today at the YMCA and see if I can help you.
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    Default Snatch it up!

    Snatch it up ASAP! I'd love a full set with that finish.

    Looks like my set of DD 24kgs I got in 2007-ish. They are my oldest DD bells and still look & feel fantastic. Every set I bought after that was inconsistent with poor finish ... UNTIL the latest military grade kettlebells which are awesome!

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    Looks like around 2005 to 2007.

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    Awesome, thanks guys! If I can't get another of the same production year, would the new military grade KBs be of same balance, shape, etc.?

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    Not sure on year, I do think it looks like one of our American made bells though.

    I would say there is a chance it will not be exactly the same shape as the new bells. My American made bells are a little different then my Chinese bells.
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    Thanks, Gary. Appreciate your input!

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