|This elliptical is less than five months old and has been used less than twenty times (probably closer to ten). I purchased this elliptical because my right hip was severely injured in a car accident. My doctor recommended an elliptical as they have the least impact of any cardio equipment, and my hip could not take the pounding of even walking on a treadmill (or the jarring of pedaling a stationary bike). Unfortunately, my hip was so messed up that it couldn’t take the momentum of this elliptical even though it’s smoother than any elliptical I’ve used in a gym or during physical therapy. In the end, I had to swim to rebuild my hip. Before choosing to post this, I asked the doctor who recommended that I get an elliptical at home (because even car rides hurt my hip back then) if he wanted to buy it, but all I got was a “haha! such a kidder!” type of laugh with a nervous glint in his eye. |
Here are some photos of my elliptical and a link to the website that sells them brand new so you can check out all the features (and overwhelmingly positive reviews by customers). It’s a great piece of equipment. If my circumstances were different, I’d not be selling it. It comes with a mat to protect your carpet. As well, if you buy a new elliptical, it shows up in a wooden crate and it takes about four or five hours to put together. They normally run for $1500, but are currently on sale for $800. As mine is practically new (it still smells new even), I’m asking $500. At $50, that’s only about 33% of the non-sale price being asked. You would have to pick it up and will need a truck (and a second person, my hip is better but it’s not up to carrying this thing better yet!.
We've dropped the price because we are moving and would like to sell this before we relocate as well. You would need to pick it up by Friday morning at the latest. Email me for more photos or to set up a time to come see it/test it.