Multisports ST-2200 Stepper
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- Friction Free Electromagnetic Eddy Current Resistance, Independent Stepping Action
- Patented "Silent Drive" Mechanism, Wide Self Leveling Pedals
- Rugged Construction, Multi-position Side Rails
- Resistance/Power: ECB Magnetic/Adaptor, Patented No Noise Chain DriveMechanism
- Frame: Heavy Duty Steel, Heart Rate: Wireless and Contact
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The Multisports® ST-2200 Stepper was designed to produce a smooth and quiet climbing experience, this sleek unit incorporates a life lasting chain driven mechanism patented to ensure no noise from the Multisports® ST-2200 Stepper.
The user friendly LCD monitor on the Multisports® ST-2200 Stepper provides a multiplicity of workouts that include a manual quick start, a variety of preset courses and customizable interval programs that allow users to design their own routines.
Dimensions: 39"L x 38"W x 60"H
Max user weight: 225lbs
Time, Resistance Level, Steps Per Minute, Calories, Heart Rate, Scan, Count, Pulse
Tension Control: Programmable
10 Programs (6 Preset, 4 Manual)
Manual Quick Start
Frame: Limited lifetime
Parts: 1 year
Frame: 2 years
Parts: 6 months
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I called their support. You have to jump through hoops to accomplish anything (when they get back to you - it's a leave a message at the beep type of support). They insisted I send them a receipt. I guess there's a huge demand for multisports power adapters. I think I'll just send this thing back. It may be a decent machine but there's no reason to go through this. This is what I'd expect if Comcast started selling stair steppers.
I returned this product. I was never able to use it so I can't tell you how it functions. Here's a breakdown of their customer support:
Day 1 - I call the phone number listed in the manual for missing parts.
Day 2 - I receive a return call, I elect to send an email to Multisport instead.
Day 4 - After a few exchanges with Multisport, I'm told that UPS has left for the day but the part will be sent. I'm told that it's impossible the part wasn't included - they never make mistakes.
Day 13 - No part. I send an email to Multisport requesting an update.
Day 14 - I return this to Amazon.
Day 23 - I receive a response from Multisport saying the part was never sent because it's not under warranty.
AVOID AVOID AVOID. Fortunately, with Amazon's return policy, I'm out nothing but time.