The Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical makes a perfect addition to your home gym since it is cost-effective and saves a lot of space. It offers a low impact upper and lower body exercise. Its design prevents stress mostly on joints and its dual-action workout arms and large wheels offers a variety during a routine exercise. The elliptical has a button for fine-tuning tension if one needs a harder workout, as their cardiovascular performance advances without sacrificing their budget. It is small enough to tuck away in a corner, has wheels that make the machine easier to move, and is capable of holding users who weigh up to 260 pounds.
With a magnetic tension feature, trainers can appreciate its adjustable 8 levels of resistance that only a few elliptical machines at the value price point provide. By simply moving the dial to the required setting, it guarantees that trainers do not workout with little to no resistance as they build their fitness levels.
While training, the most important thing is to know your progress. The Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical has an easy to read and perfectly visible LCD display that shows the distance covered, calories burned, elapsed time, and the current speed used. Thus, it aids in monitoring your progress, efforts, and the length of your session.
With its condensed model and small size, this elliptical trainer only has one custom program. The elliptical relies on the flexibility and energy of the trainer to push it forward and get the best out of the machine since it has a dial for tension adjustment if you want a more challenging workout.
When it comes to incline adjustment, the Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical Trainers are exclusively not fitted with one. This is because the foot pedals of the machine appear too steep to fix an incline adjustment. Even though its incline is manually adjustable, its adjustable magnetic tension perfectly compensates this disadvantage.
This low-priced, portable elliptical machine has a maximum stride length of only 12 inches, which may seem too short for taller users. However, for those who feel that they have long legs for their heights, the stride length may seem comfortable for them. Irrespective of the shortness, the stride is manually adjustable.
The warranty for this elliptical machine restricts the users to confine it to residential purpose only. The Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical and carries a one year limited warranty from Exerpeutic and some suppliers modify it as 1 year for the frame and 90 days for parts. The warranty disregards any damage originating from the commercial use of the machine.
Price and Value
If you are shopping for an inexpensive elliptical with a condensed model to fit at home, this makes a great choice for the household. For averagely $100, this value-priced elliptical may have smaller stride length than the commercial models, but at this price point, it provides features that many machines at a higher price point do not. It is well fitted with an LCD display that assists you track your performance and a magnetic resistance that will help you adjust the tension as you become fit. Therefore, this machine will grow with you without putting too much stress on your joints.