Crescendo Fitness Magnetic Resistance Elliptical Cross Trainer
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- Typical assembly time of 4 hours
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- Versatile elliptical trainer with smooth magnetic resistance system
- 8-pound bidirectional flywheel; pair of adjustable push-pull handlebars
- Ideal for losing weight, building endurance, and toning muscles
- Minimizes strain on knees and joints; large, comfortable foot pedals
- 250-pound capacity; measures 52.75 x 60.6 x 22.4 inches (W x H x D)
The Crescendo Fitness Magnetic Resistance Elliptical Cross Trainer is a great, heavy duty elliptical machine and a great addition to any home gym. The Crescendo Fitness Magnetic Resistance Elliptical Cross Trainer is engineered with smooth magnetic resistance designed to lessen stress on knees and joints. Ideal for losing weight, building endurance, toning muscles and connective tissue. Use with upper body cross training or without. Heavy duty 8 KG bi-directional flywheel for smooth resistance action. Easily adjustable variable resistance. Complete 7-function onboard monitor displays scan, pulse, elapsed time, speed, calories burned, distance traveled and total miles. The Crescendo Fitness Magnetic Resistance Elliptical Cross Trainer features dual action adjustable push-pull handlebars. 250 lbs. recommended weight limit. Front wheels for easy transport. Large foot pedals. Assembly takes 2 people approximately 1 hour.
Enjoy an efficient cardio workout without putting unnecessary strain on your knees and joints with the Crescendo Fitness elliptical cross trainer. The heavy-duty trainer is outfitted with a seven-function onboard monitor that displays your pulse, elapsed time, speed, distance, calories burned, and more, making it easy to track your workout progress. In addition, the trainer is extremely versatile, with an 8-pound bi-directional flywheel that provides smooth magnetic resistance and a pair of push-pull handlebars that support a full body workout. As a result, the trainer is ideal for losing weight, building endurance, and toning muscles--all without giving you the pounding of a traditional running workout. Other features include large foot pedals, front wheels for easy transport, and a capacity of 250 pounds. The elliptical cross trainer measures 52.75 by 60.6 by 22.4 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 77.2 pounds.
About Crescendo Fitness
Crescendo Fitness makes progressive exercise fun and beneficial. Like a musical composition that starts out softly and slowly builds in intensity, all Crescendo Fitness products offer beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, so you can start your exercise program slowly and build in intensity as your conditioning improves. Since its inception five years ago, Crescendo Fitness has been known for its dependability, excellent value, and high manufacturing standards.
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Update after 30 days: I had de-rate this machine from 5 to 3 when the both the plastic pedals, or footplates, broke. The bolts broke the un-re-inforced plastic retainers. This is definitely a design error. Also Amazon cannot locate the manufacturer, so I am going to have to have stronger custom pedals made from aluminum. Beware! no warranty and no support! Amazon said they would replace, but the cost of dissasembly, reassembly of replacement and shipping makes custom replacements cheaper. Other wise it seems like s good machine. I also agree with other reviewers, the instruction manual is very poor. Without an experienced assembler (an equipment fabricator) I would have had a problem.
Further update. Amazon got a hold of the manufacturer and they shipped out 2 more pedals but even with very careful assembly and use, 1 has already broken. Now that I have used it frequently, I think the maximum step and resistance range is not high enough even for me, a stroke patient. 2.5 stars at best.Read more ›
It's very quiet; I don't have to turn up the TV or music at all. The motion is very smooth; not at all jerky (I've been on some gym machines that were less smooth). It does wobble just a tad. Not a rocking-back-and-forth motion, just a slight shimmy. The various reviews I read said it was better on a solid floor than carpet. I tried it on my hardwood floor first just to see if it made a difference, then put it on a yoga mat to protect the floor -- I don't notice a difference between the two. It's such a slight wobble; the thing really does feel stable.
One note -- the footplates are kind of small, I think. The inside measures 12 3/4" long, and they've got a 1" high rim around the front, inside and back. So if your shoe is bigger than that, you're out of luck.
This thing was a pain to assemble. The directions are horrible -- the parts listing of all the various kinds of nuts and bolts pays no attention to scale whatsoever. Big parts are drawn small, small parts are drawn big, and their names aren't very descriptive...which makes differentiating between the 5 different kinds of washers a bit of a pain, for example. The assembly diagrams are a bit crowded, but all in all, straight forward and not difficult. Some of the things the directions tell you to do are already done, which was a nice surprise. The one part that stumped me for a bit was attaching the bar you step on to the wheel. There's a pin that goes through a bracket at the end of the bar, and it just wouldn't line up with the part on the wheel it was supposed to screw into.Read more ›
Belt flew off on day 2.
May be sending back on day 3. Not easy or fun to put belt back on.
I would not buy this elliptical again. I am going to see if the belt will stay on and I hope it works.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a fair price for the machine but it is important to note that it is an old model and NO SPARE PARTS are available.Published 2 months ago by Nancy W. Vogt
I am 6ft tall and this thing definitely feels too small for my stride. I just don't feel that comfortable on this when in full stride. Might be ok for folks up to 5ft 10 maybe? Read morePublished on September 10, 2014 by Raj S. Leyl
Difficult to put together, and mine had a dent in one of the poles. The "stride length" is alot shorter than the machines at the gym, but it works good. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by K. Ridley
This product stinks. My first one I had for over a year. I bought cheap to see if I would use the product. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by dawn Balazs
I was able to put this together in one night. I have had this for two days now.
The assembly was pretty easy accept for two important steps. Read more
Worked well for two months. The threads for one of the foot pedals somehow became shot and now the products is useless. Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by Edward Rosner
As soon as it arrived I worked hard at putting it together. It was almost complete when it came time to connect the wires for t he resistance levels and light up monitor. Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by Kara Simonian
The cross trainer that i bougth it is very good it has what i need for My home Gym good stuff...thanksPublished on October 19, 2012 by con