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Proform 330 Elliptical Trainer

by ProForm

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  • Silent Magnetic Resistance
  • 18" Stride
  • LCD display
  • Elliptical trainer with smooth Silent Magnetic Resistance system
  • 6 personal trainer workouts; large LCD workout display
  • Dual-grip EKG heart rate monitor; 18-inch stride length
  • Oversized grip pedals; CoolAire workout fan
  • Target Pacer light; 2 customizable workout programs

Product Description

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Get fit the low-impact way with the ProForm 330 elliptical trainer. The 330 is outfitted with an ultra-smooth Silent Magnetic Resistance (SMR) system, which teams up with the dual workout arms to challenge your entire body. There's no better way to get in shape without straining your knee or ankle joints. Workout-wise, the trainer comes preloaded with six personal trainer workouts, giving you several ways to burn calories, lose weight, and improve your health. And it's easy to track your workout progress thanks to the large LCD workout display, which monitors your distance, time, speed, and calories burned. The 330 even includes a Target Pacer light, so you'll know when it's time to work a little harder or slow it down.

Other features include two customizable workout programs; a dual-grip EKG heart rate monitor; an 18-inch stride length; oversized grip pedals; and a CoolAire workout fan.

About ProForm
When most people hear the name ProForm, they automatically think of treadmills. That's because in its early days ProForm revolutionized the treadmill industry with its now-world-famous SpaceSaver foldaway design. ProForm continues its tradition of quality and innovation today, with cutting-edge advances in cushioning, electronics, and reliability. Fortunately, ProForm wasn't satisfied with treadmills, unveiling a complete line of exercise bikes, elliptical machines, weight benches, and more--all geared to providing the most effective workout available.

Product Description

SMR Silent Magnetic Resistance: This smooth, frictionless resistance system allows you to adjust your workout intensity without interrupting your workout. Choose from 12 resistance levels to target specific workout and conditioning goals. Upper-Body Workout Arms: Burn more calories and add muscle tone with the upper-body arms that provide a great total-body workout and increased cardio benefits. 18 Stride Length: Enjoy long, full strides and develop long lean muscle with this generous 18 stride length. Multi-Window LCD Display: Track your speed, time, distance, calories burned, fat calories burned and pulse so you can monitor your progress throughout your entire workout. 6 Personal Trainer Workouts, 2 Heart Rate Workouts: The 330 comes with 20 Personal Trainer workouts that automatically adjust the resistance of the elliptical to focus on aerobic, weight loss, or performance goals. It includes 2 Heart Rate workouts that help you stay in the right training zone by automatically increasing the resistance when you need to raise your heart rate and decreasing the resistance when you need to lower it. EKG Heart Rate Monitor: Get an accurate heart rate reading by simply placing your thumb on the EKG sensor. Oversized Pedals: These large pedals allow you a number of different foot positions and provide great stability as you exercise.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 68 x 24 x 66 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 111 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: B000NOM00Q
  • Item model number: PFEL3226
  • Average Customer Review: 1.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,477,463 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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My recommendations: 1) Spend a little more and get a machine that works.
CatchTheWind
It's not a squeaking sound as if it needs lubricant, but it creaks at the joints.
Ty M. Riley
They refuse to do anything about it because I didn't buy it from them directly.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ty M. Riley on July 11, 2009
We recently purchased the Proform 330 Elliptical Trainer for home use by my wife and me. This is the 3rd machine I have purchased from Proform over the past 10 years. Overall, this machine is the best of the three although it is far from perfect. But before I describe the "negatives" for this product, let me start with the "positives".

The price of the machine is unbeatable. For $300, you cannot go wrong. Even if it is worn into the ground in 2-3 years, it is economial to simply buy a new one. This model is eqipped with a solid control panel as well as a fan. For the most part, it is light and easy to move around. It seems more durable that the two machines I purchased in the past. The sole purpose of this machine is to work out 4-5 times a week for 30 minutes each time. It fits our needs perfectly and it didn't break the bank.

There are some drawbacks to this machine. It is very noisy. Since it is made primarily of plastic, it makes loud creaking noises during use. It's not a squeaking sound as if it needs lubricant, but it creaks at the joints. I suggest playing your ipod on loud to drown out the noise and waiting for your spouse to wake up before the god-awful sound wakes them up! The hand bars are connected to the base only by tightning knobs that seem to always come loose and slide down during use. The overall durability of this machine is weak and I can tell it will likely not live past 3 years.

Overall, this machine gets the job done. I work out regularly and it has helped me lose much weight. I could have spent >$1K on a steel machine but I didn't want to make that large of an investment. Although this product has its faults, for the price it cannot be beat. I would recommend buying one if your needs for the machine are similar to mine.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CatchTheWind on October 20, 2009
I had owned a similar Proform elliptical (made by Icon Fitness) previously, and it proved to be a piece of junk that broke quickly. But when I looked for a replacement, I found that, as a short woman, I could not find any other eliptical that was confomfortable for me.

So I went and bought another of the same, but this time had the sense, or so I thought, to purchase an extended warrantee. Bad idea!

This elliptical breaks down regularly; the pieces just come loose and it starts falling apart. Each time it does, it takes so long to get it fixed that it's ridiculous. (Icon's warrantee company, UTS, won't send a technician until you have received the parts that they send you via ground shipping from Utah. Once the parts arrive, then you have to call their local outlet and get scheduled with a technician, wait until the technician gets out to you, then invariably they've sent the wrong parts (since they were only guessing in the first place), then you wait another week or two while the local company goes through some red tape with UTS, then you wait until Icon sends the right parts out via ground shipping, then when they arrive you have to call and get on the technician's schedule again... And none of this happens without your making MANY calls to UTS and their local outlet begging them to get the process moving along, with long waits on hold, and so many conversations with people who don't know what they are talking about that you could tear your hair out...)

After a year and-a-half, this second elliptical has also hit the dust (it literally fell apart) and, according to the technician, is not repairable.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Greg on April 10, 2007
After a month of use, the machine developed a crack in a weld on the bottom of the center support and I have been fighting with ProForm ever since. They refuse to do anything about it because I didn't buy it from them directly. Their customer service is the worst I have ever dealt with, it's not so much "customer service" as "company service". Do me, and yourself a favor, don't buy from ProForm.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amanda A. Gooding on January 3, 2010
very complicated to put together - make sure it is assembled or mostly assembled when you order it! there was an option to pay $200 to put it together ....
after a few goes, it is SO NOISY - creaks very loudly and i've had complaints from other tenants as it awakes them - so it has proved useless as i could only exercise in the morning.
the handle bars slip down whilst in use (not obviously) - you have to screw them to the desired height, but however hard you tighten them, they seem to head downwards.
apart from that, if you don't mind the noise and have no immediate neighbours - it will do the job.
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I know home-versions of ellipticals aren't supposed to feel as sturdy as a gym model, however, one needs to have strong internal balance or else this could tip over a bit.

Lastly, the weight maximum on this is 250 pounds. As such, don't buy this if you are someone who is this weight or higher.
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