Kettler Axos Cross P

by Jack
(Missouri, USA)

Bought this used off of for $150(like new, regularly sells for $600-$700) based on Kettler reputation. It is a 2014 model. Very solid, very smooth. A little creaking noise from plastic housing as it flexes but other than that very quiet as far as moving joints are concerned. On Kettler's website there is very little difference between the $1900 Unix PX model and the entry level Axos. The higher priced model's computer tilts and is backlit; it has a 14.5 lb heavier flyweel, smaller "Q" factor of 8" instead of 10, 1yr more warranty, 45 lb more weight capacity. Smaller footprint than Axos in LxWxH but larger glide path. The Axos says 15" glide path but it is actually 18". I'm 6'2" and stay in fairly good shape running, bicycling and weight lifting 5x/week. My first time on it for 20 minutes in air conditioning had me dripping with sweat. I bought this along with a Fitness Reality stationary bike and a treadmill so I could crosstrain indoors out of the 100 degree outside heat. Very pleased. Would buy Kettler again.

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