The 9 Best Adjustable Kettlebells
This wiki has been updated 14 times since it was first published in January of 2017. Are you tired of waiting your turn at the gym for the right equipment? Something from our list of adjustable kettlebells can help you save money on an expensive membership without taking up a ton of space in your exercise or living room. You'll have that body whipped into shape in no time with this popular tool that combines cardio and weight training for a super effective workout. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
February 07, 2021:
While adjustable kettlebells can be a great addition to a home gym, it is important to understand that they are not as indestructible as traditional ones, so if you are looking for something you can drop on the ground or pick up and toss, these are not for you. That being said, the Brute Force Sandbag is an exclusion to this, as it is rugged enough to withstand all of that, and then some. You'll notice that we included a variety of styles here and some, like the Titan Fitness 40 and Stamina X Versa-Bell, have a very traditional look and shape, while others, such as Kettle Gryp, aren't technically kettlebells themselves, but allow you to turn any standard dumbbell into one.
March 04, 2019:
Removed several items due to availability issues. Added the Mokan Heavy Duty and PKB Portable because they can be filled with sand, water, and other materials for different weight levels, but take up very little space when empty, making them easy to store and great for travel. The Kettlebell Kings Competition Style is pricey, but very well-made, and its 70-pound capacity makes it great for serious lifters. Plus, unlike the Stamina X Versa-Bell, it has a locking mechanism that ensures the weights won't rattle around inside during use. The Apex Strength is a high-quality option that's very convenient for gym use, but doesn't come with weights, which is a bit inconvenient for users who don't already own a set of plates.