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IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Mon Aug 10, 2009 4:01 pm

http://www.ironmind.com/

I'm going to get the complete gyms chaps to order me a few things from IronMind. They get stuff from them now & again so it's easiest for me.

I asked if they would be ok if anyone else wanted stuff to hop onto my order. So it's open to you lot. Now obviously before any order is put in they may want paying first. Of course they'll give us prices before so you can decide. And then postage will have to be added.

Anyway, if you want, then post here.

I'm definitely gong to get the Expand The Hand bands. May get some grippers too. Was also thinking about the De Rigueur Dipping Belt, even though mine is fine.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Flash Sketcha on Mon Aug 10, 2009 6:25 pm

thinking about the expand your hands aswell as I need it badly! The twist yo wrist would be good aswell.....

will it cost same price as advertised on the site though?
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Rilla on Mon Aug 10, 2009 6:33 pm

I have the following Ironmind stuff:
Expand your hand bands
Eagle loops
2x grippers
Mini duffel bag
Silk road shorts
Performance T
Wicker not wet headband (lol)
Small gear bag
Towel of many talents
Hand dexterity balls
2x books
DeRigeur dipping belt

That's all I can think of right now. I don't use the dexterity balls anymore, though everything else is being put to use as much as possible. EVERYTHING I've gotten from IM is superb quality. If anybody has questions about any of the above, please ask...

Oh btw, don't forget customs... :P
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Rilla on Mon Aug 10, 2009 6:35 pm

ash fletcher wrote:thinking about the expand your hands aswell as I need it badly! The twist yo wrist would be good aswell.....

will it cost same price as advertised on the site though?


Not sure how they're gonna figure out customs since it's based on the entire shipment and not the items of the shipment...
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Mon Aug 10, 2009 8:38 pm

^^ Sure. Then postage from Complete Gyms to your house.

To be honest it might not be worth it. They said they'd order it no probs, but if cost is too much for people then no problem either.

I'll bell them tomorrow and get it nailed over customs & postage and costs etc.

@Rilla: I've heard that the dipping belt is the best out there; certainly for strength. In terms functionality is it also number 1? Easy to get plates on? Comfortable? etc
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Alex on Mon Aug 10, 2009 8:45 pm

I nearly got the dipping belt but ended up with an APT one which holds 80kg with no strength or room issue.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Mon Aug 10, 2009 8:48 pm

Alex wrote:with no strength or room issue.
:?: soz mate I don't understand what you mean
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Alex on Mon Aug 10, 2009 8:57 pm

With the chain length or strength.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Rilla on Mon Aug 10, 2009 9:32 pm

While the dipping belt is usable as is, for easy loading/deloading, you either need a loading pin, or do what I do and get a daisy chain (I think that's what they're called, it's a looping string that hold stupid amounts of weight) from a climbing shop and a carabiner. I'd be tempted to say it's easier than using the loading pin.
It is indeed a superior piece of equipment.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Flash Sketcha on Mon Aug 10, 2009 9:43 pm

health- if you could find out the total price for the 2 items plus delivery/customs that would be great :) cheers
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Rilla on Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:48 am

ash fletcher wrote:health- if you could find out the total price for the 2 items plus delivery/customs that would be great :) cheers


The cheapest option will probably be Pullum..
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Richard on Fri Aug 14, 2009 9:52 am

health4ni wrote:@Rilla: I've heard that the dipping belt is the best out there; certainly for strength. In terms functionality is it also number 1? Easy to get plates on? Comfortable? etc


I've got the Ironmind dipping belt Scott & it has got to be the best you could buy. Like everything I've bought from IM the quality of the workmanship is excellent. It is very comfortable, will handle any weight & last a lifetime. As for getting plates on, I just use a loading pin & that makes things very simple.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Fri Aug 14, 2009 10:01 am

^^ cheers Rich

@Ash: awaiting their answer. They are busy this week though with the Tall Ships and UK Strongest Man comp, so prob have to wait until next week for the answer.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby ollie on Sat Aug 15, 2009 4:20 pm

I'd be interested in a 140lb CoC gripper and a dipping belt.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Rorschach on Mon Aug 17, 2009 12:10 pm

I'm interested in a CoC gripper, but no idea what level to get. I can do 120x5 DL OH, and a comfortable 150 mixed, any idea?
I'd also be interested in knowing how much they'd charge - I suspect I can get it cheaper off ebay, since it's only one item, but let me know. :)
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Richard on Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:53 pm

The kind of grip strength you need for deadlifting will have very little carryover to closing grippers & vice-versa mate.

If you're going to train with grippers then you should get 2 or 3, one you can do some easyish reps on to warm up, one you can do a some working reps on & one you cant close yet - like everything its all about progressive resistance. Or get a good adjustable gripper :)
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby kp1512 on Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:57 pm

You guys know what I think of the Dipping Belt - its the only belt worth getting for dips there simplt isnt one out there that is comparable.

RillaMan mad a good point - after 60kg on the cotton loop it can get challenging to add weight and so you would be best getting a pin to load the plates on.

But cant fault IM at all - top company and solid products
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Fri Aug 21, 2009 12:04 pm

Ok, prices are in. The price is the final price that you will have to pay (UK only - if you want it overseas you'll have to get a specific postage quote). That includes everything; customs, postage & packaging. Also added Pullum prices (without postage etc) so you can compare.

  • Captains of crush hand gripper £25 (£25)
  • Twist yo wrist £46 (£48)
  • Expand your hands £21 (£22.50)
  • Dipping Belt £78 (£85)

So as far as I can see this is the cheapest way to get any IronMind stuff in the UK. Remember, no postage & packaging is added to the Pullum cost.

Let me know what you want. If you want anything else not on the above list then just post and we'll see what we can do.
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Flash Sketcha on Fri Aug 21, 2009 12:17 pm

health4ni wrote:Ok, prices are in. The price is the final price that you will have to pay (UK only - if you want it overseas you'll have to get a specific postage quote). That includes everything; customs, postage & packaging. Also added Pullum prices (without postage etc) so you can compare.

  • Captains of crush hand gripper £25 (£25)
  • Twist yo wrist £46 (£48)
  • Expand your hands £21 (£22.50)
  • Dipping Belt £78 (£85)

So as far as I can see this is the cheapest way to get any IronMind stuff in the UK. Remember, no postage & packaging is added to the Pullum cost.

Let me know what you want. If you want anything else not on the above list then just post and we'll see what we can do.



If i could buy the expand your hands that would be great :) thanks mate, i'll do anything not to give any of my money to pullums! lol
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby Rilla on Fri Aug 21, 2009 1:45 pm

Those are some very very good prices indeed.

Good job H1N1. :D
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Wed Sep 02, 2009 8:34 pm

bump for anyone who wants in.

also for Rorschach & ollie

i want to order soon, like this week
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby GymBunny on Wed Sep 02, 2009 8:55 pm

Thanks for the bump! I'd like a twist yo wrists! Looks amazing.

EDIT: Just showed my bro. Can I make that 2x twist yo' wrists?
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby health4ni on Wed Sep 02, 2009 10:15 pm

Delivered to where Lys? Uk?
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby GymBunny on Wed Sep 02, 2009 10:20 pm

health4ni wrote:Delivered to where Lys? Uk?

Guernsey would be good. As for various reasons I'm back and forth to the island quite a bit in the next couple of months. *sigh*
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Re: IronMind equipment: group buy

Postby ollie on Thu Sep 03, 2009 10:28 am

health4ni wrote:bump for anyone who wants in.

also for Rorschach & ollie

i want to order soon, like this week


Thanks mate - I'm going to hold off on this for now as my gym has a good leather dipping belt and Ironworks are higher on my list of priorities atm.

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