Quick delivery. Use every day. Standing up to the test so far. Only disappointment is a high pitch squeak from around the second week of use. A bit of wd40 helped but even so I wouldn't have expected problems so soon.
Pretty difficult to put together but when it is assembled, excellent quality. I would say as good as you may get in the gym. Even my mum is using it and she has had three hip replacements. Was told by my GP that it is the best low bearing exercise machine you can have. It is good for not only losing weight but toning, cardio vascular and lung function and excellent for your joints. Can't go wrong! So glad that Amazon lowered the price , as ordering from them, I feel a little mire secure if something goes wrong.
I am thrilled to bits with my new Cross Trainer, delivery service from seller was exceptional and managed to get it for £50 cheaper than what Argos were selling it for. Its best to assemble it using two people as it can be quite fiddly, but its definitely worth it once its up and running. I suffer with depression and anxiety and before I got worse I was running and even did a half marathon at one point, but unfortunately a couple of years ago I lost my confidence and motivation and stopped doing exercise altogether. A couple of friends recommended a cross trainer to help improve my fitness again and to also be the catalyst to help me get back into running. This machine has made me feel good, its just there for me to get on and go whenever I feel like it. If I'm having a bad day, it really boosts my mood and makes me feel better, so is good for mind and body. For anyone who has similar issues out there, please try it, you'd be amazed the difference it can make, it really is a life saver.
Good value for money. No great surprise that it is not as sturdy as cross trainers in gyms etc, but once it is put together, it is very good equipment for home. Early days etc, but pleased with the product. I
Pretty sturdy when put together properly, a lot quieter than a cheaper Argos one I bought that broke a couple of years ago. There are a lot of parts, some quite heavy, and it would have been easier to put it together with someone else there to hold things at the right angle, but after 2 hours, I got it together and burned 300 calories testing it out for 35 minutes! Pretty good for the money as you do get what you pay for with gym equipment.
It's good! Bit of a pain to put together, as with most things, but once we got past that it's a good piece of kit. Now got to prove to my critical other half that I am actually going to use it regularly and it won't just become another clothes airer.