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Precor 240i Commercial Series StretchTrainer

by Precor

List Price: $895.00
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  • Commercial quality stretching trainer with small foot print for easy storage at home
  • Cushioned seat and knee pads help users sit comfortably, ergonomic design ensures the correct stretching position
  • Wrist straps provide an improved security and control
  • 5 Year warranty on frame, 2 years on parts, 90 days on upholstery
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Product Description

Product Description

Product Features Commercial quality stretching trainer with small foot print for easy storage at home Cushioned seat and knee pads help users sit comfortably, ergonomic design ensures the correct stretching position Wrist straps provide an improved security and control 5 Year warranty on frame, 2 years on parts, 90 days on upholstery Product Description MaxiArgos.com Product Description Designed for ease-of-use with easy to follow instructional graphics that help you get on and get stretching, the Precor 240i Commercial Series StretchTrainer offers a small footprint, so you can place it anywhere in your home or training facility. Stretching is a great way to start and end each workout with warm-up and cool down to help prevent injuries and increase flexibility.

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Designed for ease-of-use with easy to follow instructional graphics that help you get on and get stretching, the Precor 240i Commercial Series StretchTrainer offers a small footprint, so you can place it anywhere in your home or training facility. Stretching is a great way to start and end each workout with warm-up and cool down to help prevent injuries and increase flexibility.

Features:

  • Provides 8 essential stretches: lower back; hamstrings; gluteal/hips; hips/legs/back; inner thighs/groin; upper back; shoulders; quadriceps
  • Instructional placard with information on 8 essential stretches
  • Cushioned seat and kneepads for comfort
  • Ergonomic design ensures the correct stretching position
  • Lightweight with a small footprint allow for placement anywhere
  • Accommodates users of all heights
  • Padded handlebars allow you to control the intensity and duration of each stretch
  • Wrist straps provide an improved security and control
  • Quality components and superior construction promote years of trouble-free use
  • Two-step powder-coating process offers rust resistance
  • Pivot points use quiet, self-lubricating bushings

Specifications:

  • Maximum User Weight: 250 pounds
  • Dimensions: 52 by 28 by 36 inches (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 60 pounds
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: Frame - five years; parts--two years; upholstery--90 days

Note on Assembly:
Precor highly recommends that you consider a professional assembly and installation of your Precor exercise machine. If you would like to speak to someone about having your machine professionally installed, please contact Precor at askprecor@precor.com or by calling 1-866-593-5568.

About Precor
Precor is passionate about fitness. It all started with a desire to create a better kind of exercise equipment, one that mirrored human movement: fluid, natural, and dynamic. Twenty-six years later the company's biomechanics and engineering experience have led to countless innovations that have captivated fitness enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Precor has introduced many "firsts" to the fitness industry, including the Elliptical Fitness Crosstrainer (EFX®) in 1995 and the revolutionary, award-winning Adaptive Motion Trainer (AMT®) in 2007. Today, Precor is a celebrated top-tier brand preferred by fitness enthusiasts of all abilities and their machines are used every day in health clubs, hotels, facilities, and homes worldwide.


Product Details

Owner's Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 52 x 28 x 36 inches ; 60 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 301 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0029KL3S2
  • Item model number: PHFCH1010019EN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,279 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Overall, it is solid and reasonably well made.
Vince
I highly recommend the Precor stretch trainer to anyone 60 or over who wants to maintain flexibility without pain Great !
Penny Jones
This trainer is great; it does exactly what it is designed to do: stretch the back, shoulders, buttocks and hamstrings.
InfantryWife

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By DigitalBug on January 15, 2012
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I added scans of the stretching guide to the product images above so you can see the eight different stretches you can do with this trainer.

The Precor StretchTrainer is very well-built with the exception of the internal screw sockets used to anchor the handlebars. The metal is rather soft and if you don't have the bolt aligned correctly, you'll ruin that socket quickly. Just keep in mind (when assembling) that those bolts should spin in with almost no resistance in the beginning. If you feel the least bit of pressure, back off and try again. I had one socket that was slightly misaligned and just a bit of pressure trying to get the bolt in mangled the threads beyond repair.

A call to Precor customer service showed part of why the trainer is so expensive. I was able to almost immediately speak with a representative who was located in America, spoke clear English, and most importantly, was familiar with this exact product. (I'm not being racist in those comments, I'm applauding a company that didn't outsource its service. Whether or not someone speaks English is irrelevant except when I need to communicate.) The replacement handlebars were shipped two-day express and worked perfectly, the bolts screwing in like butter.

EDIT: I've noticed other reviewers commenting on difficult assembly. I found the assembly to be very simple (other than the above mentioned issue). I put it together alone...having a helper would have been nice, but I didn't find it necessary. Keep the first set of bolts loose until the end and you'll be fine. The only thing I can think of that might account for why I had an easier time of it would be that I assembled it on carpet...perhaps if you are on a hard surface, the parts might roll and slide too easily.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By J. Page on September 2, 2011
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My wife had been after me for the past few months to start doing yoga classes (but who has the time?) to help with some chronic neck and shoulder pain that I have, I saw this on Amazon as a daily deal and since it was discounted about 15% from the regular price I decided to go ahead and buy it.

Assembly was a little difficult (in fairness the manual warns you that two people should be involved, but I did it by myself), I found that actually tilting it up so that the front of the frame was lying on the ground made it much easier to put the main bolts through the two primary supports. From that point onward the assembly is pretty routine. A step that you might miss but is important is to leave some slack in all bolts until you are fully assembled, then you can tighten everything up.

I should also point out that at the premium price for this device, I was surprised that the metal parts were only painted instead of being powder coated, for the price Precor is charging they should be using the same power coated steel they use on their home Elliptical and other high dollar fitness machines.

Now, on to the use of the StretchTrainer itself... as other reviewers have mentioned, the device allows you to do many of the same deep stretches you would get on a mat, doing yoga or something similar, but it makes it much easier to do these. I don't know about others, but I tend to have a very hard time stretching properly on a mat, and there is very little motivation to crawl around on the floor doing stretches. With this machine, I can simply walk over to it and get a good pre-workout stretch in about 10 minutes. Since I am sitting on the machine I can watch a bit of TV while doing it and I'm not rolling around on the ground (sweating profusely).
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By EE Professor on February 8, 2008
I use a Precor Stretch Trainer every time I visit the gym. It is a great way to stretch, especially if you are a drone like me--I need order in my workout. The Stretch Trainer has a panel with instructions on how to do the stretches. You just follow the instructions and the machine does the rest. This is not for athletes or yoga instructors, but for average Joes that just want a good stretch with minimal chance of injury and ease of use.

$800+ --you have to be kidding! I'm glad the gym has two of them, I couldn't afford one.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Hayes on February 29, 2008
I am age 59 and do cardio or weights almost every day and have problems with my lower back and tight hamstrings if I don't stretch.

This machine is designed to use your body weight to allow you to do advanced stretching without another person assisting.

I like it because you get a better stretch for the same amount of time and effort than just getting on the floor by yourself.

Con: it is expensive. I bought mine used.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Mitchell on September 29, 2009
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Excellant product that offers outstanding lower back releif. Only problem is the price, which tends to be far more than what is should take to manufacture and sell at a profit. Nonetheless, if you have lower back disk and muscle pain, and have found little other relief, this is worth exploring. I used it at my gym for over a year before purchasing.
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This stretcher is a lifesaver, literally. It's great for highly-trained athletes and it's also great for people who desperately need to stretch in order to stay mobile and flexible, to be able to do the things you need to do in everyday life. I have friends who can barely walk across a room and they are much younger than I am. They would greatly benefit from this StretchTrainer, if they would. The price for this equipment is well worth it for increased flexibility and range of motion if it gives a person the ability to do things they otherwise couldn't or wouldn't physically be able to do.

You just get on it and it uses your body weight to get many of the stretching benefits that I get from yoga. In fact, I like to use it before yoga, because I'm able to do more and better. A person with stiffness problems would really benefit from this machine. I've had mine for years and every time I go back to it after neglecting it for a while, I'm amazed at how good it feels to R-E-A-L-L-Y Stretch effectively. Ahhh!

It comes with a placard, little metal plate, which demonstrates 8 different stretches. I like to just start at the beginning and do all of them. They are EASY to do.

When I bought my StretchTrainer, the owner of the store told me that he uses this every day. I really didn't understand why at the time, but I do now. It's a great piece of equipment that I suspect people will use according to how much stretching is important to them. Athletes and/or people with stiffness problems will probably use it more than the rest of us. It can be used before, after, or instead of exercising on other machines. It's my loss when I get in a hurry and don't use it before and after using other machines, because it is effective and easy!
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