Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland
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Question for weight lifters...

How accurate are the weights of weight disks? E.g., if one is marked as 1.25kg, what's the margin of error?

They look to be a LOT cheaper than the weights that are usually sold for physics, and the Olympic style ones are a fairly convenient shape, round and flat with a centre hole and a grip cut-out at one edge. They don't seem to sell them in 1kg size, unfortunately, but one supplier is offering 8 x 1.25kg for about £18 plus delivery, which seems pretty good value.
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