Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates
Synergee Bumper Plates

Synergee Bumper Plates

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Our Synergee Bumper plates are durable, aesthetically pleasing, and they come with an honest price tag. We don’t charge you for shipping; we only charge for a pair of low-bounce, high-quality rubber polymer bumper plates.

When hitting your 1RM, the last thing that should be on your mind is, “Can I drop this if I need to bail?!”. These bumper plates are built to withstand drops - even from overhead - so you can prioritize your safety while challenging PRs. They are durable and dependable, and they save your platform, floors/mats, and bars from damage, too!

All bumper plates are sold in pairs. With a collar opening of 2”, they can be loaded onto any standard barbell; and with their thin profile, you can load 5 x 45 lbs and 2 x 15 lbs plates on a standard bar sleeve (510 lbs total).

The white-on-black design looks sharp, and the large white numbers are highly visible even from a distance. These plates are a must have for any workout that uses Olympic lifts, as well as home gyms, CrossFit boxes, and school weight rooms.

Bumper Plate Options

Width 1" 1.25" 1.75" 2.375" 2.75"

Weight Set Options

160LB Set
230LB Set
260LB Set
Bumper Plates (2)10LB, (2)25LB, (2)45LB (2)10LB, (2)25LB, (2)35LB, (2)45LB (2)10LB, (2)15LB, (2)25LB, (2)35LB, (2)45LB

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15 KG Bar

  • 10lb
  • 15lb
  • 25lb
  • 35lb
  • 45lb

Bumper Plate Specs

Brand Synergee
Plate Type Multipurpose
Plate Material Rubber polymer
Diameter 17.5"
Collar Opening 2"
Weight Tolerance +/- 1% of claimed weight
Warranty 10-15lb - 90 Days
25-45lb - 1 Year

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Increasing The Life Span Of Your Plates

Everything, even our awesome bumper plates, has a lifespan. Here are some ways to make them last longer so you can lift more!

When lifting, make sure your collars are tight so, when dropped, the bumper plates land straight up and down and closer to the bar’s center of gravity. While bumper plates are meant to flex and absorb the impact from drops, landing at angle can weaken them. If the plates are loose and further from the bar’s center than necessary, this increases the load they need to absorb, adding unnecessary stress to your gear. And even though dropping from overhead can make you feel really bad-arse, unless bailing, try to bring your weight down to at least shoulder-height before letting ‘er go.

Simple solution: adjust your collars between reps if things start to shift, or get a pair of our Synergee Aluminum Collars to keep things tight and in place!

Did you know you can do workouts with bumper plates, with or without a bar? Try these:

    ⚬ Men’s Health* - 32 Weight Plate Exercises

    ⚬ Redefining Strength - 21 Plate Weight Exercises

Try choosing 3-5 moves and doing supersets of 3 sets x 5-10 reps each!

*NOTE: This is a Men’s Health article, but the movements can be done by anyone!*