Introduction: Dumbbells Box

A box to keep your dumbbells, with casters to tidy your room without lifting the dumbbells.

The box is deep enough so you can put your additional dumbbells or other stuff.

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Step 1: Materials

You need 5 wood boards. I have used Medium-density fibreboard (MDF), thickness 1cm :
- 40cm x 18 cm
- 40cm x 18 cm
- 32cm x 18cm
- 32cm x 18cm
- 42cm x 32cm

also 4 casters, a long piece of wood and some screws.

Step 2: Tools

You'll need the basic tools displayed on the picture

Step 3: Assemble

use the long piece of wood and the screws to put the pieces together.

Step 4: Slots

cut 2 littles slots on the side to put the dumbbells.
Add the casters

Step 5: Final

Your dumbbells box is ready !
you can paint it with the color of your choice, MDF is a very good material for painting. I've been lazy on this one so I just let it as it is.

Comments

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nrajagopal made it!(author)2015-07-15

My version without base from waste wood thanks

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dvdspeler made it!(author)2014-12-27

Heres my version! Didnt touch them since I made this, so dont hide them too much!

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plowsaurousrex made it!(author)2014-06-25

What kind of dumbbells are those?

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codongolev made it!(author)2008-11-15

if you have dumbbells in the first place.. why would you put casters on it so you don't have to lift them?

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www.microbike.ie made it!(author)2011-03-06

he likes exercise but not his wife when she is cleaning as he said above

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Pearsonh made it!(author)2010-10-03

That is a nifty little box to hold the dumbbells! Not just to hold the dumbbells, but to store workout equipment as well.

Pearson

Adjustable Weight Dumbbells

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rzprk made it!(author)2010-07-15

you could use a jigsaw to cut in handles on two sides in order to lift that box more ergonomically.

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svfox69 made it!(author)2009-07-25

Don't make it to tall in case nephews roll them off the side and they hit the floor hard. Great invention.

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rpjamess1 made it!(author)2008-12-15

Good idea. My weights end up all over the bedroom and the kids like to get into them. Add a lid that locks and I've got a nice storage system that's safe from kids as well.

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nerdologist made it!(author)2008-11-16

Very nice way to keep the weights in order. My husband and I live in a 1br apartment and I keep all of my freeweights in the living room. If I get around to making things again I will definitely consider your design and maybe modify it to include an upper cover for a footrest. Great job!

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frootloose made it!(author)2008-11-16

actually it is for my wife : when she is cleaning the room, she needs to move the dumbbells without lifting them :)

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frootloose made it!(author)2008-11-15

Dumbells are pretty heavy, it's better to make the box strong :)

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shooby made it!(author)2008-11-15

Hey nice job! It looks like you could have done this with a lot less material, but better safe than sorry.

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