Let's say you're impressed by clubbells, and you think 'I will eventually want to be doing everything with the 45lbers, along with every lighter Clubbell® along the way for other things and lighter work days'.
In my case, 2 of each makes sense, I'm all for unequal training, but the opportunity for equal training is good too.
So, there's 2 options for ideal prices that I can see...
The Clubbell® Pro Gym which gives 2 of every kind for ~$1100. (this is better than buying all the pairs sep which is $1560 total, so like $460 savings)
BEGINNER 5/10/15 (big book, clubcircstrength, warriorwell)
OLYMPICS 15/25 (olympic, clubcircstrength)
ABC starter singles 35/45 (anabolic bruiser, two-handed Clubbell® train)
Look like some good deals to take advantage of too... Now even though there are 3 beginner packs, 2 olympic packs and 2 ABC packs, you'd only need one of each since they have the same stuff, besides varying Clubbell® weights. The gaps could be filled in by buying plain pairs.
It's too bad you can't take advantage of those cool combos while getting the Clubbell® Pro Gym discount
The Shop is actually a bit confusing... it would be really cool if you could divide it into sections. Like one for clubbells and Clubbell® Instruction stuff, and the other for the fighting techniques and bodyflow/prasara/etc stuff.