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Best Barbell Clamp Collars

Updated November 2018
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    Barbell clamp collars fit on the ends of a weight bar, ensuring the weights don’t slide off the bar. These clamps are available in several different configurations. Some look like a spring clamp; you squeeze the handles together to loosen the clamp, and when you release the clamp, it springs back to tighten itself onto the weight bar. Some barbell clamps have a lock-jaw style; they slide onto the bar, and you close a latch to tighten the clamp onto the bar. Lock-jaw style clamp collars have a lot of gripping power. Some barbell clamps work via compression – these are similar to lock-jaw barbell clamps, but there is a ring that tightens the clamp even further.

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