The CAP adjustable kettlebell is marketed as a “unisex adult” adjustable ‘bell.
It’s a good choice for casual fitness use, especially in a home or apartment, because while it’s sturdy and well-made at a reasonable price-point (as is all CAP equipment), but it isn’t the biggest or heaviest adjustable kettlebell on the market today.
If you want a big, 70-pound adjustable for hard, intense kettlebell training, we suggest something like the Mir kettlebell.
But if you’re a fitness enthusiast who wants to incorporate kettlebell training into your overall workout routine, the CAP adjustable ‘bell is a solid choice.
Weight ranges from 20 to 40 pounds
The CAP adjustable kettlebell gives you a range of weights from 20 pounds up to a maximum of 40 pounds, in 5-pound increments.
The weight is easily adjustable. There’s no need to mess with pins or nuts and bolds.
The weight you select remains in the body of the kettlebell. The unneeded weight plates stay on the ground.
This sort of ‘weight on the ground’ design is common to several different manufacturers. It’s a proven way to make an adjustable kettlebell that operate quickly and easily.
With this adjustable system, you spend your time working out instead of messing around trying to change the weight.