Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Training Plates

  • Manufacturer: Eleiko
  • Plate Type: Rubber Training Bumper Plate
  • Insert Type: Zinc Steel Disc
  • Weight System: KG/Kilograms
  • Weight Increments: 10KG-25KG
  • Durometer Rating/Bounce: NA/Low Bounce
  • Weight Tolerance: +/- 80-200 Grams
  • Diameter: 450mm
  • Hole Size: 50.4mm
  • Color: Color
  • Made in: Sweden
  • Warranty: 5 Years

Read below to get a detailed look at the Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Training Plates including product details, features, real user feedback, and more.


Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Training Plates

Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Training Plates are built nearly identically to the more expensive competition plates. The difference are that these have a looser weight tolerance (still extremely accurate) and they're cheaper. They're very high-quality, they're durable, they're beautiful, and they're IWF-approved.

These plates are ideal for any lifting style, but they excel in Olympic weightlifting and even powerlifting given their low bounce and narrow width.

This is the KG variant – Eleiko also sells LB weightlifting Training Plates that are built the same, but without IWF certification.

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Features & Highlights

  • IWF Approved –  As the name implies, the IWF Training Plates are approved to be used in IWF-sanctioned events. Each plate is embossed with an IWF logo.
  • Dead Bounce – Eleiko doesn't state a durometer rating on these plates, but they produce an extremely low bounce. Generally, competition-style plates carry a rating of between 90-94. When you drop these plates from overhead, you can rest assured that you're not going to have to chase the bar around.
  • Zinc-Plated Steel Disc – These plates use a zinc-plated steel disc, which looks much nicer than other zinc-plated discs, in my opinion. Most zinc hubs have been blasted to achieve a very textured look that I don't care that much for relative to a more reflective chrome. These hubs from Eleiko are smoother and more reflective, but they won't show smudges and fingerprints as much as chrome. One side of the hub includes 5 bolts for a very secure plate. The hole diameter is 50.4mm, which is standard for a competition plate, and which accommodates an Olympic-sized barbell very nicely.
  • Raised Flanges– The outer edges of the plates are raised to help when picking the plates up from a flat position or otherwise carrying them. There is also a raised flange around the center disc to prevent metal-on-metal contact and to extend the life of the plates.
  • Weight Offerings – Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Training Plates can be purchased from 10KG up to 25KG and they're sold individually. Therefore, the price you see on their website needs to be doubled. The price you see on this page is for a pair of 20KG plates. Eleiko does not offer these plates in sets.
  • Plate Width – One of the biggest benefits of these plates is that they have a slim profile, which means you can load more onto the bar. Plate widths are as follows:
    • 10KG – 1.34″
    • 15KG – 1.65″
    • 20KG – 2.13″
    • 25KG – 2.52″
  • Durability – These plates are extremely durable, whether in a commercial setting or in a home gym. They are built to sustain thousands and thousands of drops. Simply put, these are some of the most durable plates that money can buy.
  • Weight Tolerance – The Eleiko IWF Weightlifting Training Plates have a weight tolerance of up to +/-200g. For comparison, the competition plates have a tolerance up to +20g and -12.5g.
  • Aesthetics – These plates look amazing. The colors are vibrant, the contrasting raised white lettering pops, the higher flanges look nice, and the smoother zinc-plated hubs are a great touch.

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