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ProForm 900 CardioCross Elliptical Trainer

by ProForm

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  • Reflex step is a patent-pending technology that reacts twice to each step
  • Make the most of your workout by tracking your heart rate
  • Simply grip the EKG handles at any time during your workout
  • For immediate heart rate readouts on the EKG window


Product Description

By working both your upper and lower body, this elliptical workout lets you tone more muscle and burn more calories in less time. The upper-body arms tone your biceps, triceps, shoulders, chest and back, while the pedal's elliptical striding action targets your hips, thighs and glutes.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 115 pounds
  • 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.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000I75T5Q
  • Item model number: PFEL4501
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,622,418 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

98 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Victor J. Grillo on November 21, 2004
This product is poorly manufactured. The crank which is an internal screw in the middle of the wheel powering this machine was not a solid piece of metal. It broke within 2.5 months of consistent use. I purchased this product for $500.

We ordered a new crank and new attachment screws which I not only had to pay for, but was charged about $15 in shipping and handling for a package that weighed less than one ounce for standard USPS shipping. The new crank is one uniform solid piece of metal which indicates to me the company received complaints. (I did read two complaints about the quality of their products on Buy.com).

Thank god my husband is mechanical because otherwise I would have had to hire someone to come out to do this repair. Research proform before buying their products. You'll find I'm not the only disatisfied customer out there.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Working Too Much on January 10, 2006
I got this machine for my birthday. During my first use, I noticed that the resistance was not working. I reported it to ProForm. They sent someone out to repair it in a little over a week. When the repair guy came out, he took it apart but could not fix it! He left it in 20 pieces in the middle of the room and left. After 2 weeks of trying to get a hold of ProForm, they informed me that it would be cheaper to replace than repair. They demanded a receipt. But it was a gift and I don't have a receipt... so now... 3 months later... it is still sitting in pieces in the middle of the room. We have spent over 40 hours over the phone with them. Lately, they don't even answer the phone anymore.

When we did finally get a hold of someone, they told us that they now want $150 to repair/replace it!!

Buyers beware!!!
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Laura P. on November 21, 2005
I got this machine thinking that a broken part - the situation described in another review - couldn't happen with every machine. It was a decent price, and I needed an elliptical badly.

Pluses:

1) Easy to put together. I did it by myself. With two people, it's not hard -- just time consuming.

Negatives:

1) I use the machine 4-5 nights a week for 45 minutes. Shortly after I started using it, a bolt on the front of the machine unscrewed itself. This caused another piece to slowly move away from the main platform bar. When I rocked the machine, this protruding piece -slowly dug a hole in my hardwood floor-. We have rescrewed this bolt repeatedly. The motion of the machine keeps unscrewing it. It's magic.

2) This machine squeaks and groans no matter what you do.

3) The pedals are grinding against something and sprinkling black dust onto the floor.

4) No weight entry. It'll give you calories burned, and fat calories, too, but without your weight, these numbers are as good as fiction. Fat calories are useless, too. It's actually depressing.

5) The programs suck.

6) The heart monitor is sporadic. Sometimes it'll tell me I am at 52 beats a minute, then go up to 162. I don't -think- I'm having a heart attack..

7) The machine rocks back and forth, further skewing calorie numbers and just being outright dangerous.

Frankly, I need to buy a new machine after maybe 2 months of heavy use. It's usable now, but it's loud, breaking, and untrustworthy in its calorie count.

Get this if you're not a daily exerciser and a lazy calorie-counter.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Heather Wesp on January 3, 2007
I own a Pro-Form CardioCrossTrainer800 purchased in Spring 2005 (an earlier version of this model). I was extremely pleased with the machine (especially the fan) UNTIL 8 months in when the resistance just stopped functioning. Because the resistance is magnetic and controlled by the computer consol (electronics), there is no way to manually adjust the resistance. I had repair techs out three times to my house and they were unable to find or solve the problem. Currently the machine is holding my garden hoses and collecting dust in my garage. Maybe they've fixed this in the newer model but be careful!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Tinney on February 5, 2007
Extremely disappointed! Great price and they allowed payments with no interest. They do not honor their 30 day money back guarantee.

It was one problem after another. I rec'd a damaged unit. Then the console didn't work. Unit wouldn't turn off. Resistance motor quit working. You can't get a customer service rep when you need help. I left messages and sent emails. I was REFUSED 30 day money back guarantee. They sent a tech out 3 times to attempt to fix it. Tech contacted Icon and they couldn't help him. I had my elliptical four months before they decided to replace it. I had to file a BBB complaint to get a replacement unit. Rec'd replacement unit that doesn't work properly. Now customer service won't return phone calls or emails. I filed another BBB complaint.

I bought this equipment 11 mos ago and it's only been usable for maybe 4 months.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By G. Ausse on January 22, 2006
I must agree the ProForm Cardio Cross Trainer series axles are prone to break easily and often. I went through 3 axles at $50+ a piece in a 1-1/2 years, and I am not that heavy. But hey they are cheap and when it is not broken I liked it. I am tired of taking it apart and repairing it though. Only gave it 2 stars because it is cheap. It might be decent if you are very light.
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