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Xterra elliptical trainers use the same quality frames and components that are already used in the best-selling Sole ellipticals. They rank well in adjustability, warranty, quality, and ergonomics.
The Octane Zero Runner ZR7 offers an incredible 58" stride for impact-free running, smooth natural motion, 35 built in workouts with boosters and Bluetooth tracking capability, along with a solid warranty.
Freemotion elliptical trainers and striders focus on quality components, superior ergonomic fit and advanced training technologies; designed to stand up to rigorous use by dedicated fitness buffs. Only the 510 and 570 models remain in the series.
The Nautilus E614 is a popular, entry-level elliptical trainer with workout tracking capability like the other models in the series, 20 inch stride and 22 built-in programs. It's a good low cost option but the warranties are subpar.
The Schwinn 470 is a decent entry level machine and a step up from the popular 430 model with tracking capability, tons of workout programs and incline capability. Warranty however is subpar and detracts from the allure of this machine.
Cybex Arc Trainers burn more calories in less time than any elliptical machine. Named Best Product of the Year by Fitness Management magazine for two years in a row, these are three cardio machines in one serious piece of gym equipment,
Vision elliptical trainers have been awarded with more Best Buy awards than any other fitness brand not only for quality but also in recognition of the great customer support. The S60, S70 and S7100 are rock solid cardio machines.
The NordicTrack ACT Commercial is the base mid-drive model in the series with a small footprint, generous stride and great workouts. It's the ideal compact choice with plenty of resistance levels and programs to choose from.
The Sole E25 elliptical continues to produce unmatched quality for under $1000. With solid construction, advanced cushioning and incline capability, this one is a Best Buy for sure with unmatched quality.
Tony Little’s Gazelle Edge is a simple glider: no programs, no resistance, no elliptical pattern in the pedal swing – just back and forth; you can’t get any more basic than this infomercial product. Is it a good workout? Not really.
UPDATE: Spring 2018 Elliptical Sales are on!
Here is your chance to rant or rave about the elliptical you use at home or at the fitness center.