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Gazelle Edge

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  • High-performance exercise glider for improved cardiovascular performance
  • Unsurpassed range of motion goes from slow walk to full run with no sudden stops
  • Easy-to-use, 5-function workout computer tracks speed, distance, time, and more
  • Extra-wide, non-skid foot platforms; durable 1.5-inch rolled steel frame
  • High-density foam handlebars; maximum weight capacity of 250 pounds
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Product Description

Product Description

Gazelle Edge gives you a total body workout; building your cardiovascular system, and burning those unwanted calories.

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Burn calories, tone your muscles, and improve your cardiovascular endurance with the Gazelle Edge, which simultaneously works out both your upper and lower body. Ideal for all fitness levels, the Edge's unsurpassed range of motion lets you go from a slow walk to a full run with no sudden stops, so you won't put undue pressure on your joints. The resulting aerobic workout will challenge you without sacrificing your knees. Details include an easy-to-use, five-function workout computer that delivers immediate feedback on speed, distance, time, and calories burned; a foldable footprint for easy storage; extra-wide, non-skid foot platforms; a durable 1.5-inch rolled steel frame; high-density foam handlebars; and a maximum weight capacity of 250 pounds.

Key Details:

  • Easy-to-use computer provides immediate feedback on speed, distance, time and approximate calories burned
  • Patented, dual-action split suspension provides a complete range of motion and freedom of movement
  • 1-1/2-inch gauge steel construction holds up to 250 pounds
  • Extra-wide, nonskid foot platforms for added stability
  • Handlebars are covered with high-density foam for extra comfort
  • Folds quickly for easy storage so it won't take up space in your home
  • Low-impact workout gives you an aerobic workout
  • Lets you go from a slow walk to a full run with no sudden stops
  • Completely smooth and quiet
  • For all fitness levels and ages


Important Information

Safety Warning
As with any exercise program, consult your physician before you begin.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4,300 x 2,800 x 5,375 inches ; 42 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 46.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0000AS7W2
  • Item model number: 1285
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (904 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,903 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is a great workout product and I recommend it to anyone who is serious about getting in shape.
J. Harvey
The Gazelle will give you the exercise you need, and if you eat right, along with using the Gazelle, you'll lose weight too!
Raymond J. Alstrom
Despite the lack of resistance, you can still get a good beginner to intermediate workout on this machine.
Jojoleb

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,958 of 1,979 people found the following review helpful By Jojoleb VINE VOICE on May 1, 2006
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After trying out about a dozen different elliptical exercisers in sporting stores, I eventually bought the Gazelle Edge. It is a great little excercise machine but does have some short comings.

I opted for this one because:

1. PRICE: After trying out the ellipticals it became very clear that cheap ellipticals are incredibly uncomfortable to use. The motion on machines under $750 was either jerky or the short stride lead to the machine feeling more like a stepper than an elliptical. Many of the low line models were not all that stable. Of the mid-range steppers, I almost bought the Horizons E70 on sale for about $550 (marked down from the mid-$700s). This machine lacked a lot of options but did have the most natural motion I could find in a stepper in this range. Nevertheless, the motion on the Gazelle (they had the souped up Freestyle with thumb-pulse) was at least as good. The price on the Freestyle is about $200 on Amazon.com and the basic model is less than $100

2. REVIEWS: Canvassing the internet, the Gazelle had a high satisfaction rates on a number of websites, including Amazon reviews. The low to mid-range ellipticals appeared to have poor reliability ratings and most reviews showed low satisfaction.

3. BASIC MACHINE: It appeared to be a basic no-frills machine. If I was going to buy something at a low price range with few options, this one was as good as any other and far cheaper. It is also more light-weight and portable than any of the ellipticals I tried.

After purchasing, I feel like I've hit the jackpot. The machine was easy to assemble, given its simple mechanism and few working parts. It offers a reasonable, comfortable workout and is remarkably stable.
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394 of 407 people found the following review helpful By Elizebeth Neumann on January 30, 2005
I absolutely love this glider! And for the price you cant beat it.

It arrived practicalyy assembled, you only need to add the handle bars at the top and the on board computer. Which is optional and I choose to not use so I dont focus on "calories" burned but by my own exhaustion and muscle burn. But that's just me.

At first it was very different to use, a smooth fluid motion. But balance was found quickly and then the fun began. This is unlike walking or running, there is no impact and you get more or a back leg and butt workout. You can choose to use your hands in a low, medium or high grip with different results for your upper body and difficulty of workout. You can also choose to rest your hands to the sides for the easiest of workouts or move them along the sides as you would during a jog for more difficulty.

This was surprisingly more difficult than I imagined. I worked up quite a sweat in only 30 minutes and I work out regularly with a recumbant bike and weights so Im in pretty good shape.

This does fold up so you can slide it under a bed or standing in a larger closet.

If your looking for a fun, different type of workout I would highly reccomend this machine.
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333 of 370 people found the following review helpful By dsrussell VINE VOICE on June 2, 2005
I took the gamble (aren't all infomercial products a gamble?) and the following are my results and impressions:

Packaging/Shipping: From time of order (over the internet), it took a little over a week to receive the Gazelle, which came in a damaged box with a deep slice (hole) right where the shipping label was located. Opening the box brought to light that the equipment itself was left unharmed (except for a couple of minor abrasions and a tiny gouge). I received the workout DVDs (three of them for an extra $30) two "shipping" days later.

Assembly: The instructions are adequate and assembly was straightforward, plus this unit is partial assembled to begin with. Although they provided a wrench (actually, they provided two same-size wrenches and extra hardware if needed) to finish assembling the unit, I'd recommend that you use a socket wrench. I was in no particular hurry and was looking over the exercise booklet while putting the Gazelle together, so it took me perhaps an hour and a half. I suspect most could assemble the Edge in less than 45 minutes.

Design: I was surprised how solid this design was for $99. The steel tubing is 1 1/2 inches in diameter and looks and feels very sturdy (on carpet -- not sure how it would feel on tile) even for a 210 pound guy like myself (maximum allowable load is rated at 250 pounds). Although it isn't what I would call light, one can fold the unit up for storage without much effort (snap the foot platforms onto the swing arms before sliding the frames together). The axle tube was well lubricated and I have no squeaks in that area at present. However, about two weeks into using this machine, it suddenly became noisy.
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176 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Raymond J. Alstrom on May 29, 2006
I hate exercise, but I'm 52 years old and tired of lectures from my doctor about "getting daily exercise". A friend of mine bought one of these and I tried it and liked it. I promptly gave my exercise bicycle away and bought a Gazelle Edge.
Pro's:
* It's sturdy.
* It doesn't weigh a ton (46 lbs to be exact).
* It's whisper quiet - you can watch TV or listen to the stereo
at normal levels -or- exercise while the baby's sleeping (if
you have one!) :-)
* It's comfortable (but don't use it with bare feet lest you risk
blisters on the bottom of your feet (been there done that).
* It folds flat

Cons:
* It folds flat BUT the pedals "flop" around on the tether cable
making it awkward to move around. A couple of velcro straps
can fix the problem (hmmmm... I wonder why Tony Little hasn't
thought of that...?).

If you don't like exercising, but must (and we all must...) this is the machine for you. If you don't like the Gazelle then you might as well get back on the couch and forget about exercise all together. The Gazelle will give you the exercise you need, and if you eat right, along with using the Gazelle, you'll lose weight too! Does it stand the test of time? It did for me. My weight bench became a storage rack and my exercise bike became a clothes rack. The Gazelle seems to remain true to its intended purpose in my house.
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