CYBEX 360A Home Arc Trainer
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- Home fitness machine that combines best elements of skier, elliptical trainer, and climber
- Reverse Arc motion technology engages the quads and glutes to burn more calories
- Reduces stress on joints while offering complete range of motion for knee and hip
- 13 preset programs; full split-level display; 2 water bottle holders and magazine tray
- 300-pound capacity; measures 28.5 x 62 x 71 inches (W x H x D); 10-year frame warranty
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Combining elements of a climber, hiker, and skier, the Cybex 360A Arc Trainer produces gym-quality results in the comfort of your own home, helping you get fit more efficiently than ever before. Research shows that the Cybex Arc Trainer burns more calories than any other cross trainer or elliptical cross trainer on the market. The machine accomplishes this through its Reverse Arc motion technology, which engages the muscles--the quads and glutes--that demand the most energy from the body when they're called upon to work. That means a higher intensity and a bigger calorie burn, giving you a complete workout in the shortest time possible. The Cybex 360A also uses workout variations usually reserved for the gym, with three exercise zones providing a host of workout options: a low position called the Glide (similar to a ski machine), a medium position called the Stride (similar to an elliptical trainer), and a high position called the Climb (similar to a stair climber). The zones team up with a broad incline and resistance range to emphasize almost every lower body muscle group, letting users determine the motion that best suits their fitness needs.
The Cybex 360A Arc Trainer combines the best features of a skier, elliptical trainer, and climber.
The Cybex 360A offers 13 preset programs, including quick start, manual, weight loss, cardio, hills, valleys, ramps, interval one, interval two, strength, endurance, random, and calorie goal. It's also easy to track your progress thanks to the intuitive split-level display. Other features include two water bottle holders, a magazine rack, a utility tray, and wireless heart rate monitoring.
The trainer includes a split-level display with 13 preset programs.
- Incline levels: 11
- Stride length: 24 inches
- Resistance range: Up to 450 watts
- Drive type: Single stage
- Brake: Eddy current
- Capacity: 300 pounds
- Dimensions: 28.5 by 62 by 71 inches (W x H x D)
- Weight: 293 pounds
- Warranties: 10 years on the frame, 5 years on parts, 1 year on labor
Cybex International is a leading manufacturer of premium exercise equipment for commercial and consumer use. The Cybex product line includes a full range of both strength training and cardio training machines sold worldwide under the Cybex brand. The company offers three complete lines of selectorized strength equipment with more than 150 unique pieces, including modular, plate load, and free weight equipment. Cybex's cardiovascular equipment includes treadmills, bikes, steppers, and the revolutionary Arc Trainer--a cross trainer named Product of the Year by Fitness Management two years in a row.
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Be prepared to have some help around to set up this machine. It is very heavy. The unit arrives mostly assembled, but there is still some work to be done by the consumer to finish the assembly. The instruction manual was decent, but sometimes it was difficult to distinguish between many similar looking parts. We managed to assemble it in about two hours.
The user manual that arrived with my unit appears to be for an older model. It mentions a chest strap and cable for the heart rate monitor function, however this is not included and to my delight does not need to be. The heart rate monitor function is wireless and works great with my Polar FT80. It recognized my HRM and worked automatically. This really should be explained in the materials somewhere. That's my only reason for giving the Arc Trainer 4 stars.
My delivery nightmare was certainly not the fault of Cybex, so I'm not counting that against them in my review. My order qualified for free shipping. Of course this unit is very heavy so it is shipped by freight carrier. Apparently Amazon did not pay the carrier for the shipping so they tried to deliver it C.O.D. to me for $450! Of course I did not accept that and after a few calls to Amazon and a few days delay we had it all straightened out and the unit was delivered without cost to me. I felt bad for the driver from ABF who was sent alone to deliver this monster. Luckily we had someone here to help him, or it might still be on the truck!
All in all, I am very very happy with the Arc Trainer and I'm looking forward to many years of use!
UPDATE 1/26/2010: I received the most surprising phone call today. Seems that a representative of Cybex read my review here. Dug up my phone number and called to tell me that he's overnighting me the heart rate monitor chest strap. Wow. Now that's awesome customer service. Thanks Cybex!
"I purchased a 360A (Amazon) and recieved it yesterday evening. Serial number is ____________. I assembled it today, except for the console and the water bottle holders and ran into a couple of issues.
1) When we opened the shipping the box, I noticed that the crescent shaped plastic piece that was screw attached to the front end of part A08 was broken. I did not see any damage to the box that would indicate that this was done during transit. Please forward a replacement part and screw.
2)The 2 pieces of flat steel that the right plastic foot pad mounts to are not properly aligned so as to allow the 3 locating pegs on the bottom of the plastic foot pad to drop through the holes, thus assuring that the 4 bolts that mount the plastic foot pad to the steel to line up properly. The plastic foot pad can be forced into place so that the 3 locating pegs drop through the 3 corresponding holes in the steel, but even then it is not possible to install the 4 machine screws to secure the plastic foot pad without the last screw being in a postion where it will cross thread.
3)The offset in in the right handlebar shaft, between the two pivot points, is too great by about 7/16". This does not allow the top pivot point to mate up with the corresponding link arm with really forcing the handlebar shaft over which would put an ongoing bind on this pivot point.
4)Something inside the main pulley cover asembly is rubbing. There is a distinct rubbing noise for about 180 degrees of rotation. No sound at all for the other 180 degrees.
5)There was no manual at all in the package. Luckily I had a manual that Cybex had e-mailed to me before I bought the unit to determine if the unit would fit up our stairs.
This really is not a warranty issue, but rather manufacturing defects that need to be corrected. Can you please forward this to the correct department, so that someone can contact me to arrange for repairs to be made to this unit."
I will post a follow up regarding these issues afte Cybex has had a chance to correct these issues.
On my previous machine, I was working 30 minutes a day, 6 days a week and I was at the peak of what that machine could provide for me. The first time on the Cybex, I could only do 5 minutes! I felt twitches and that "pumped up" feeling in spots I didn't know existed. I have been working back up to my 30-minute sessions. I doubt I will ever outgrow this machine, there are so many options and challenges.