The Vision Fitness egg-shaped trainer comes in five models. Ranging from the low end to the advanced end machine, the models are the Vision FitnessX6000 Folding, the Vision Fitness X6100 Folding, the Vision Fitness X6200 Folding, the Vision Fitness X6200HRT Folding, and the Vision Fitness X6600HRT Commercial Grade.
The lower end of the Vision Fitness ellipticals are more centralize than the advanced end and fold for storage. The handlebars move along with the pedals so that you can get an upper body workout. However, this can be difficult and uncomfortable if you are a short person. You should try folks machines in the store to see if they are a good fit for you.
All of the Vision Fitness ellipticals are made with the flywheel in the front, which is opposite from the ellipticals at the gym. This makes the motion comparatively different so it may take some being paid used to. The brakes are mechanical on the lower end machines and tend to adjournment more often, and need more attention. The advanced end Vision Fitness ellipticals use an electro magnetic braking system which cogs amplified and is more reliable.
The front flywheel Vision Fitness ellipticals tend to wear out faster and get blustering following a while.
The Vision Fitness egg-shaped trainers come with a wide range of warranties depending on which one you buy. If you do decide on a Vision Fitness egg-shaped it is advisable to acquire one of their advanced end machines.
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