The attractive and affordable Kettler Verso 309 elliptical features the same sealed ball bearings found on more expensive Kettler units, as well as other advanced features that make this model a Good Buy for under $750.
The Kettler Verso 309 elliptical console has a high-resolution LCD display that shows speed, RPM, time, distance, pulse, recovery pulse, and energy consumption. The computer display also has a graphic dot matrix to profile program hills. The six pre-set programs include heart rate controlled programming, and a recovery feature with a cardio wellness grading indexed of 1 through 6.
The features on the Kettler Verso 309 include:
UPDATE: The Verso 309 is no longer being sold, replaced by all new and improved models. You can get great deals on all of them here:
The Kettler Verso 309 features a 30-lb drive system and a frictionless motorized magnetic brake for a fluid gliding performance, a Poly V drive belt for nearly silent operation, a sturdy high carbon steel frame, and sealed ball bearings in all the pivots points.
The elliptical’s training computer display is easy to use, easy to read, and gives you all the information you want for your daily workouts.
Ergonomics on the Kettler Verso 309 are exceptional with an 8.5" Q-factor (pedal spacing distance), and slip-resistant footplates that adjust to three different positions providing three different elliptical motions.
The user’s heart rate can be measured using the sensors on the hand grips, or with the infrared ear lobe clip sensor, or with a wireless chest strap transmitter (not included).
As a balanced rear-drive design, the Verso is an outstanding unit built with quality parts that outshines the competition at this price level.
Reviewers have favored Kettler products for years, including this budget model, which is currently the only Kettler elliptical trainer made in China. Ranging in price from $729 to $949 online, the Kettler Verso 309 elliptical rates as a Good Buy.
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Here is your chance to rant or rave about the elliptical you use at home or at the fitness center.