Best cheap Bowflex deals for May 2024

These cheap Bowflex deals will help you save big on adjustable dumbbells, kettlebells, multi-gyms and more

Best cheap Bowflex deals: fit young women exercising with the Bowflex Selecttech 552 adjustable dumbbell
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The below cheap Bowflex deals can save you a ton of cash around Christmas. To help you get stronger and leaner while also saving money, we collected all the best Bowflex SelectTech deals, Bowflex Home Gym offers, and Bowflex Treadmill sales below. Best of all, our price widgets are smart enough to display the lowest prices based on your location.

Bowflex is famous for its adjustable home weights; no wonder you'll find Bowflex models near the top of T3's best kettlebell, best adjustable dumbbell, best barbell and even best multi-gym guides. However, this quality comes at a price, but with the below deals, your new Bowflex won't cost quite as much.

The best cheap Bowflex deals right now

Best Bowflex SelectTech deals

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Bowflex SelectTech 552 Dumbbells

The Bowflex SelectTech 552 are perfect for beginners and pros alike. It has a weight range of 2-24kg (5-52.5lbs), more than enough for even seasoned bodybuilders. The 552 use the same dial selector at the end of the dumbbell as its bigger sigling, the 1090i. Better still, the 552 is also compatible with the free Bowflex SelectTech training app for iOS and Android.

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Bowflex SelectTech 560 Dumbbells

For those of you who want to enjoy high-quality Bowflex home gym equipment but can't be bothered to actually count the reps as they workout, the SelectTech 560 dumbbells are the answer. The 560 has integrated Bluetooth tracking that weight, count reps and sets straight into the Bowflex SelectTech App. These adjustable dumbbells has a weight range of 2.3 - 27.2 kg (5 - 60 lbs).

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Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Dumbbell

The Bowflex Selecttech 1090 dumbbell is the best home weight and one of the most popular dumbbells in general. It has a weight range of 4-41 kg (10-90 lbs), meaning one Bowflex Selecttech 1090 dumbbell replaces 17 individual dumbbells. Not bad!

Read our full Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Dumbbells review

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Bowflex SelectTech 840 Kettlebell

Change the resistance levels from 3 kg (8 lbs) all the way up to 18 kg (40 lbs) on the Bowflex SelectTech 840 kettlebell with the dial on the top of the 'bell. The space-efficient design replaces 6 kettlebells, saving a lot of real estate in the living room. Using the wide handle, you can easily perform the best kettlebell exercises, such as kettlebell swings and goblet squats.

Read our full Bowflex SelectTech 840 Kettlebell review

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Bowflex SelectTech 2080 Barbell

You must appreciate the versatility of the Bowflex SelectTech 2080 Barbell. Sure, it has a smaller weight range than the Selecttech 1090i dumbbell, but at least for the price, you get two different handles: a straight bar and the curl bar. With these, you can perform a variety of mainly upper body (delts, triceps and biceps) exercises and attack the muscles from a lot of different angles. Weight extension is available for a lil' extra.

Read our full Bowflex SelectTech 2080 Barbell with Curl Bar review review

Best Bowflex home gym deals

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Bowflex BodyTower Home Gym

The Bowflex BodyTower is the ultimate bodyweight training equipment and also one of the best pull up bars too. The seven levels of adjustment allow you to perform over 20 different exercises with just this one machine. The BodyTower also has a stable, commercial-grade steel frame and comes equipped with handgrips and sling straps for split squats or neighbour-friendly mountain climbers.

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Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE

Using Bowflex's trademark Power Rod system, the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym is quieter than most multi-gyms, yet it provides a decent workout nevertheless. Not only is it less noisy, but the Xtreme 2 SE also has a space-saving construction too. It is still rather large, though, but not quite as big as some other multi-gyms with a leg press extension.

Read our full Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE review

Bowflex exercise machine deals

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Bowflex VeloCore Bike

With a huge selection of riding modes, programs, workouts, and app compatibility, the Bowflex VeloCore Bike has something for everyone – and on a bike that offers one of the smoothest at-home cycling experiences available.

Read our full Bowflex VeloCore review

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Bowflex Treadmill 22

The Bowflex Treadmill 22 has a 22” x 60” running belt, extended handlebar grip for incline training – the treadmill can produce -5 to +20% incline – and ComfortTech deck cushioning for joint protection and noise reduction. Other features include a built-in media shelf (in case the massive touchscreen is not good enough), an accessory tray, a water bottle holder, unlimited user profiles, transport wheels and a SoftDrop folding system. The Bowflex Treadmill 22 comes fully equipped with a Bluetooth-enabled heart rate armband and built-in speakers.

Matt Kollat
Section Editor | Active

Matt Kollat is a journalist and content creator who works for T3.com and its magazine counterpart as an Active Editor. His areas of expertise include wearables, drones, fitness equipment, nutrition and outdoor gear. He joined T3 in 2019. His byline appears in several publications, including Techradar and Fit&Well, and more. Matt also collaborated with other content creators (e.g. Garage Gym Reviews) and judged many awards, such as the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance's ESSNawards. When he isn't working out, running or cycling, you'll find him roaming the countryside and trying out new podcasting and content creation equipment.