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    mar
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    Default Buying Kettlebells in Seattle?

    Although I'm content to purchase kb's via dragondoor, I'm curious if I can buy them locally and not pay so much shipping. It might end up being a wash, but I'd like to know if anyone sells them here.

    Just trying to get them sooner, else I have to save up more. :-)

    I've called around a bit here, with no success. Any help would be much appreciated!

    Anthony

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    Eric Tiarks is offline Senior Member
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    Default Darn it

    I will be in Seattle on the 10th of Oct. If I'd known you needed KBs last week I'd have gotten one for you at the RKC and brought it up to you.
    What size do you need?

    Thanks,
    Eric

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    Default Re: Darn it

    KB's are totally new for me, and I was looking at the 1, 1 1/2 and 2 pood combo on the website. But a 1 pood to start at a minimum, I guess.

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    Eric Tiarks is offline Senior Member
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    Default Contact an RKC in Seattle...

    ...using the instructors link on the left. One of them may have KBs for sale, but at the very least you can try a couple out and see what you would like to buy. If they don't have any to buy but you are certain what size you want, email me at erkki@cox.net and I'll see what I can do about getting one up to you when I go to Seattle.

    Thanks,
    Eric

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    mar
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    Default Re: Darn it

    KB's are totally new for me, and I was looking at the 1, 1 1/2 and 2 pood combo on the website. But a 1 pood to start at a minimum, I guess.

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    Default Re: Contact an RKC in Seattle...

    Eric,

    Thanks! I'll give the local instructors a try, and see where that goes, and be in touch.

    Anthony

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    Default Re: Buying Kettlebells in Seattle?

    I have an extra 1 Pood. I am over in the Bremerton/Silverdale area. If you don't mind a drive to pick it up, I'll let it go for $65.00.

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