Dumbbells & Dumbbell Sets with Racks for a powerful workout

SMAI has an extensive range of dumbbells and storage racks. From Neoprene dumbbell weights to Rubber Hex dumbbells, shop our range of dumbbell weight sets from 1-60kg.

Elevate your home gym experience with our top-of-the-line rubber hex dumbbells. Available in a variety of weight options, including the popular 20kg hex dumbbell and the hefty 25kg dumbbell, our dumbbells offer both durability and comfort for an optimal workout. If you're just starting out, our dumbbell set 1-10kg is perfect for beginners and can be conveniently stored on our hex dumbbell rack.

Why choose our rubber hex dumbbells? Rubber coating minimizes noise, protects floors, and extends the life of your dumbbells. The hexagonal shape prevents the weights from rolling away, giving you a safer workout environment. Whether you're lifting the 30kg dumbbell set or lighter weights, our dumbbells are perfect for a range of exercises from arm curls to lunges.

Maximize your space and organization with our dumbbell rack set. Choose between the standard hex dumbbell rack or our space-saving 2 tier dumbbell rack. Invest in quality fitness gear that will enhance your performance and fit seamlessly into your workout routine. Trust us for a comprehensive, user-friendly home gym setup.

Dumbbells FAQ

What Weight Dumbbells Should I Use?

When it comes to choosing the right dumbbell and weight for your workout, there are a few things you should consider. What sort of workout are you planning on doing? What are your goals for this workout? Once you know the answer to these 2 questions, select a weight that you think will do the job. You’ll know if you've selected the right weight if you can hold good form while performing all reps but are really struggling by the end of your workout. This is an indication that you pushed your body to the limit but didn’t over-do it with your dumbbell weights. If you notice you’re able to hold good form for the first 3 or 4 reps and then seem to lose some control for your remaining reps, try going down a weight. If you’re unsure on what dumbbell weight to select, contact our team today.

Are Dumbbells Good For Weight Loss?

Utilising dumbbells in your workout, whether you’re at the gym or at home, is a great way to burn calories while also toning and building muscle. When using dumbbells, your body begins to build muscle and can also burn fat. Using dumbbells in your workout is a great way to lose weight and will help your body continue to burn calories throughout the day.

Which Dumbbells Are Best For A Home Gym?

 Using dumbbells in an at-home workout has become increasingly popular, but finding the right dumbbell set for your home can sometimes be a challenge. Selecting rubber or neoprene dumbbells is a great first step to ensure they don’t damage the floors in your home gym. It’s also wise to consider hexagon dumbbells as they are much less likely to roll around when not being used. Our selection of Rubber Hex Dumbbells (from 1-60kg) are a great option for any home workout! 

How to use dumbbells?

Dumbbells are a free weight - meaning all you need to use them, is the dumbbell! They can be used for a wide range of arm and upper body exercises. Here's our top 3 dumbbell exercises for beginners 

Absolutely! Dumbbells are a versatile piece of equipment that can provide an effective workout for individuals at any fitness level. Here are three popular dumbbell exercises that are especially well-suited for beginners:

1. Dumbbell Bicep Curl: This classic move targets your biceps and is simple to master.

Stand upright with a dumbbell in each hand, arms fully extended, and palms facing forward.
Keeping your upper arms stationary, curl the weights toward your shoulders.
Slowly lower the dumbbells back to the starting position.
Perform 3 sets of 10-15 repetitions.

2. Dumbbell Bench Press: This exercise works your chest, shoulders, and triceps.

Lie on a flat bench holding a dumbbell in each hand above your chest with your arms straight.
Lower the weights until they are close to the sides of your chest.
Push the weights back up to the starting position.
Perform 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions.

3. Dumbbell Bent-over Row: This targets your back and shoulders and can be performed with a single or double dumbbell.

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbbell in each hand in front of you.
Bend your knees slightly and hinge at the waist, keeping your back straight.
Pull the dumbbells towards your lower rib cage while squeezing your shoulder blades together.
Slowly lower the dumbbells back to the starting position.
Perform 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions.


Need more? Read our guide to the 5 home gym essentials including dumbbells!