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Confidence Fitness 2-in-1 Elliptical Trainer with Seat

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List Price: $239.99
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  • 2-in-1 elliptical trainer/exercise bike with adjustable seat
  • Footpads move in natural elliptical motion for low impact
  • Pair of arm poles move in conjunction with footpads for upper body workout
  • 4-function onboard computer tracks time, speed, distance, and calories
  • 250-pound capacity; measures 34 x 60 x 24 inches (W x H x D)
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Product Description

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Enjoy a total body workout without leaving the home with this Confidence two-in-one elliptical cross trainer and exercise bike. Designed to provide a low-impact cardiovascular workout for all family members regardless of ability level, the trainer is ideal for event training, rehabilitation, and plain-old cardio fitness. At first glance, the unit resembles a standard elliptical trainer, with a pair of footpads that move in a natural elliptical motion, along with a set of arm poles that move in conjunction with your legs. The smooth, fluid movement will tone your arms, chest, back, hips, legs, and glutes while providing a low-impact workout that's five times as efficient as walking. The trainer's a step above most units, however, thanks to the addition of an adjustable seat, which adds more variety to your workouts. As a result, you can turn your trainer into an upright exercise bike and exercise while standing or sitting. The trainer also strides in both forward and reverse to add even more variety.

The Confidence trainer includes an adjustable resistance dial to keep you challenged, along with a four-function onboard computer that tracks your time, speed, distance, and calories. And at 34 by 60 by 24 inches (W x H x D), the trainer won't take up a ton of room in your basement or garage. The Confidence two-in-one trainer offers a maximum capacity of 250 pounds and weighs 65 pounds by itself.

Product Description

The Elliptical machine Provides a total body (legs, hips, buttocks, arms & shoulders), low-impact, cardiovascular workout for all family members, regardless of ability level. This unit resembles a walking or jogging machine. Your feet move in a natural elliptical motion, providing a no-impact workout for less stress on the joints. As you walk, your hands grasp poles that move in conjunction with your leg motion. This results in a smooth, fluid movement that tones arms, chest, back, hips, legs, and glutei. Better than a treadmill! Burns 5 times more calories than walking. Adjustable resistance dial. Dimensions: Length-34", Width-24", Height-60". Highest quality construction that will last for years that is comparable with any of the major manufacturers at a fraction of their cost. Instruction manual and all necessary tools for easy home assembly are included. Full factory warranty. Weight: 65 lbs. Compare similar machines at $299 and up! Buy direct from the factory and save! customer comments: I just wanted to let the staff at golf outlets know that I love my elliptical bike. This particular bike is really a smooth ride and easy on the ankles, knees, hips and back. I've attached some before and after pictures so you can see what this machine did for me!!! A colleague of mine was so impressed at how fast i lost the weight he came over my house to see this machine that I'd been talking about, it took him all of 30 seconds of riding it before he asked me where he could purchase one! Andy - Levittown, NY.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 39.2 x 26.5 x 9.1 inches ; 54 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000GUZHRK
  • Item model number: WIN200Z
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (195 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,562 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Easy to put together.
jkmelvi
Missing parts and broken plastic cover upon arrival.
Debbie S.
The unit is sturdy and works very well.
L. Maza

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133 of 139 people found the following review helpful By M. Williams on October 8, 2006
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I really loved that this item was both a bike and an elliptical machine, at such an awesome price. I wasn't very certain that it would be sturdy, etc because it is so inexpensive. But I am pleasantly surprised. However, the only reason that I am rating this four stars is that it took me three hours to put together. The directions are extremely hard to follow.
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102 of 108 people found the following review helpful By M. Seeley on October 31, 2006
The elliptical is great, and I enjoy using it. It is definitely not as sturdy as more expensive ones, but you get what you pay for. It still works great. The computer stopped working a week and a half after I received it though... it's not the most important part, and I just use another clock in the room to monitor time; however, that was annoying.
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90 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Laura L. Kirian on January 9, 2007
Got the Bike and put it together. It was a little hard to do. And as a female, I am very mechanically inclined but I really had to wait until my husband could help me to get the parts lined up and bolts screwed in.

After getting it together, I have used it and was really looking forward to using it as the elliptical cross trainer. I find this very hard to do because the angle of the pedals are very steep compared to other elliptical trainers that I have seen. Works okay as a bike though. Even though I can't ride long. THe seat kills my rear.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By T. Ha on April 18, 2008
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Yes it does rattle, the bolts so come loose, too. I've figured out a fix for the most annoying problems though. First off, if you are getting a clicking sound that sounds like metal on metal, make sure the bolt holding the foot petal is secure so that the spring washer is taut against the foot bar (not too tight though, my plastic somewhat melted when I did that!). The squealing noise can be fixed with some wd-40, I find that the noises come from the hand bar/foot pedal joint and the central handle bar. If you get a grinding or clicking noise that sounds like plastic on plastic, I was able to fix that by stuffing the little hole where the plastic clip feeds into the RPM sensor on the wheel. If you can get that snug, it'll stop that sound.

Update: About 8 months, one of the metal washers for the tension wheel broke off causing the machine to wobble a lot and create a lot of noise. Called up the company (golfoutletsusa) and they sent me a new one in a week for no charge (not even shipping!) 5 stars for customer service!
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By John L. Fitzgerald on June 10, 2007
Finally, after about a year and a half, I moved this product into a corner of the basement to be thrown out. It started working well, but after a few months a grinding noise started, and the motion was very erratic. I had to take the machine apart and tighten screws. That lasted about a month, then I had to repeat the process. I never received a guarenntee on the product of any kind, and wrote the company about it. They said they had it on file, but I never saw it. Anyway, I kept fiddling with it over and over. For a year and a half the product was the worst investment I ever made. I would NEVER recommend this to any exercise enthusisat. Spend more money on a better product.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By internacionalista on January 5, 2007
Yes, it's hard to put together. But once you've finished, you'll realize you've got a good (read non-flimsy, which was what I was worried about) machine for a low price. Exactly what I wanted.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Buddha on January 23, 2007
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I am disabled, and have been fighting my weight since an auto accident in '99. My left quad muscle was virtually destroyed; making most aerobic exercises virtually impossible for me. Until recently, walking and running were simply too hard on my back and leg to make it a worth while. i also have to wear an orthipedic shoe lift making is difficult to use other machines that have just standard bicycle pedals. Plus, most machines were just way out of my price range and I didn't have the room for these monsters. This machine is perfect for; I've been using it since it arrived and have only one mild complaint. The plastic seat is really hard on my backside. I'd love to have a cushioned seat for it. The machine is reasonably rugged, the on-board computer is simple to use but I don't trust the accuracy of the calorie counter. I also agree with one of the other "reviewers," the resistance dial doesn't seem to do very much.

The assembly isn't that complicated in my opinion though as others indicated; it only took me about thirty minutes or so to get it put together.

Overall, this is great machine for the price. I haven't found a better deal yet anywhere.
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51 of 60 people found the following review helpful By M. Hartmann on February 2, 2008
The machine is tilted forward at an uncomfortable position. Other reviewers said you could fix this by putting a piece of wood under the front leg, but I did this and the metal under the back leg cracked.

I've had this machine for about a year and I've only used it about 40 times. I ordered the elliptical machine, but instead the company sent me the 2 in 1 elliptical machine and bike. By the time I realized this I'd started putting it together and I decided I liked the 2 in 1 even though it was not what I ordered so it didn't seem worth the hassle of contacting the company.

The biggest problem with this machine is that it tilts forward to an unacceptable level. It's like you are riding a bike standing up and tilted 45 degrees forward rather than the horizontal motion you would expect from a true elliptical machine. But this is because it is essentially pedals attached to a bike, unlike the more complex machinery in a elliptical machine at the gym, but that's why they cost $2,000 and this is $120. The electronic timer is useless and broke in about two weeks.

It tilts because the front is about 4 inches too short. I read another review that suggested putting a piece of wood under the front, and this worked and made it more of a horizontal motion. However, I just realized today that the metal near the back of the center rail has a 6 inch crack in it and is going to snap completely soon. It's because having the rail resting on a piece of wood in the front puts pressure in the wrong place on the bike.
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