The Bladez Quantum Elliptical Trainer – Tough, No Frills Workouts

The rear drive Bladez Quantum elliptical is an exceptional and durable elliptical from a company with a reputation of making quality cardio machines.

What You Get

The multi-window LCD display shows feedback on speed, distance, time, calories, and pulse. The Bladez Quantum elliptical also has a Program Profile Graph, a built-in manual, and 12 preset programs. The display is battery powered; an AC adapter is optional.

The list of features includes:

Bladez Quantum Elliptical Trainer
  • 18" Stride Length
  • 16 Programs
  • 16 Levels of Resistance
  • Anti-Skid Oversized pedals
  • Contact Pulse Grip + Telemetry Heart Rate Monitor
  • Neoprene dipped D-Shape Sports Grips
  • Transport Wheels
  • 275-lb. User Capacity
  • Unit Weight/Dimensions — 240 lbs; 64"L x 30"W x 64"H
  • Warranty: Lifetime frame and brake, 5 years parts, 1 year labor

UPDATE:  Bladez Quantum elliptical is no longer being sold. Check out the new Bladez ellipticals here.

The Word on the Street

The Bladez Quantum elliptical features quality components including a durable Poly V drive belt, magnetic resistance, a robotically welded steel frame, and large flywheel.

Other features include a built-in wireless Heart Rate receiver (chest strap not included), an 18" stride length, 16 digital resistance levels, an attractive console, and D-shaped sports grip moving arms.

The Bladez Quantum is a bit more involved to assemble but that is its only downside. Once you have it put together, you will be treated to a quiet, smooth, stable cardio trainer.

There aren’t many reviews on the Bladez Quantum available but if it is made by Bladez, it is going to be a decent machine. Bladez has been around for a number of years and is, in fact, an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) for other elliptical brands, which means Bladez makes the machines and other companies put their label on the final products.

The Bladez Corp of Foothill Ranch, CA, was acquired in 2007 and became BH North America, which makes Bladez and BH elliptical trainers close cousins — although they do not share model styles or frames. Just FYI: BH models are front drives and Bladez models are all rear drive ellipticals.

Our Thoughts

If you are a smart shopper who doesn’t need extras such as fancy entertainment plug-ins, and you want to buy from a company that puts its best effort into its cardio equipment, you can’t go wrong with BH Fitness products.

This classy, well-made machine offers a tough no frills workout, and comes backed by a solid warranty.

We’ve seen the Bladez Quantum elliptical listed at $1,249 online, so when you can find it for $899 at, it is a Good Buy.

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