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Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Competition Bar 15Kg – Women

Dhs. 5,172.00

All prices are inclusive of VAT

The Eleiko Women’s IWF Weightlifting Competition Bar is Eleiko’s highest-quality women’s bar that they offer. This bar is made in Sweden using Swedish Steel, and it’s widely considered to be one of the best female bars on the market.

This bar comes with a 25mm hard chrome shaft, Olympic knurl marks, needle bearings, and a 215,000 PSI tensile strength.

Furthermore, this bar is certified by the IWF to be used in competition.

  • Bar Weight: 15kg
  • Gender: Women
  • Tensile Strength: 215,000
  • Yield Strength: N/A
  • Knurl Type: Aggressive
  • Center Knurl: No
  • Knurl Marks: Olympic
  • Shaft Finish: Hard Chrome
  • Shaft Diameter: 25mm
  • Sleeve Finish: Hard Chrome
  • Sleeve Type: Smooth
  • Rotation System: Needle Bearing
  • Made In: Sweden

Features & Highlights

  • Hard Chrome Finish – Chrome is a cost-efficient plating that does a good-but-not-great job at fighting off oxidation. You won’t get the same feel as you would with a non-plated finish like bare steel, stainless steel, etc… but you get a nice blend of feel and rust resistance without the larger price tag. This bar has a very refined knurl as-is, and it leans on the aggressive side.
  • IWF Certified – This bar has been approved by the International Weightlifting Federation to be used in competition. The IWF emblem is embossed in yellow on the shaft.
  • 25mm Shaft – The 25mm shaft will generate great whip and it’s consistent with female Olympic Weightlifting standards.
  • Tensile Strength – This bar offers a 215,000 PSI tensile strength, which stacks up well against the competition.
  • Dust-proof Seal – This bar includes a dust-proof seal in the sleeve that prevents dust and other debris from entering the mechanics of the bar, ensuring optimal performance.
  • Smooth Sleeves – The smooth sleeves will generally create less noise when loading/unloading plates compared to a grooved sleeve.
  • Swedish Made – This bar is made in Sweden using some of the finest steel in the industry.