Confidence Fitness 2-In-1 Elliptical Cross Trainer & Exercise Bike £59.99 free delivery @ Tesco.com - HotUKDeals
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Confidence Fitness 2-In-1 Elliptical Cross Trainer & Exercise Bike £59.99 free delivery @ Tesco.com

£59.99 @ Tesco Direct
Low-impact, cardiovascular workout! (legs, hips, buttocks, arms & shoulders) Burns 5 times more calories than walking 4 function on board computer (Time, Speed, Distance and Calories). Adjustable … Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Low-impact, cardiovascular workout! (legs, hips, buttocks, arms & shoulders)

Burns 5 times more calories than walking 4 function on board computer (Time, Speed, Distance and Calories). Adjustable resistance . Forward and reverse motion Highest quality construction that will last for years that is comparable with any of the major manufacturers at a fraction of their cost. Instruction manual is included.
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
good find op, heat added
#2
Link doesn't seem to be working
1 Like #3
ashtad
Link doesn't seem to be working

Its working for me, are you on a mac?
1 Like #4
Link works from my mac.

These are identical to the Tesco Essential Cross Trainer that was posted at the beginning of the year (£28 then)
#5
fairytooth
Link works from my mac.
These are identical to the Tesco Essential Cross Trainer that was posted at the beginning of the year (£28 then)

I get it now and again with tesco with my Mac, it just normally needs your browser history cleared.
1 Like #6
peter1969uk
fairytooth
Link works from my mac.
These are identical to the Tesco Essential Cross Trainer that was posted at the beginning of the year (£28 then)
I get it now and again with tesco with my Mac, it just normally needs your browser history cleared.
On iPhone just cleared history now working. Thanks for that
#7
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.

Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)

Edited By: pill on Sep 27, 2016 01:09: more info
1 Like #8
ashtad
Link doesn't seem to be working

It's all the Tesco session crap on the end of the link, if you delete it off it should work, happens with all Tesco links:

http://www.tesco.com/direct/confidence-fitness-2-in-1-elliptical-cross-trainer-exercise-bike/263-4738.prd

(Delete all after this above)

It must be HotUKDeals adding stuff at the end of Tesco links.

Edited By: cogder on Sep 27, 2016 08:57
1 Like #9
64 quid delivered direct from Amazon. Worth 4 quid extra for Amazon's amazing CS if it's rubbish?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Confidence-Elliptical-Cross-Trainer-Bike/dp/B000QZ54MS
6 Likes #10
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.
10 Likes #11
fret123
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.


I'd rather pay this price, than £400. £400 is a bit too much for a clothes hanger.
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fret123
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.

I agree with the first part of your comment, but you don't have to buy a decent cross trainer brand new. Auction sites are rife with barely used treadmills, cross-trainers, rowing machines from top-end manufacturers such as Life Fitness, Reebok etc sold by folks who had bought them on a whim/ new year resolution etc for a fraction of the price of the brand new product.

I recently purchased a Life Fitness treadmill with 250km on the clock for £700. Brand new price a year ago - over £3500. Had to hire a transit and take two of my friends to bring it back, but it's so worth it.
1 Like #13
hcc27
fret123
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
In my experience cheap fitness equipment is a waste of money. It will be light ,unstable,poorly constructed and awkward and uncomfortable to use. It will either develop a fault or you will get frustrated with it and give up using it.
I'm afraid a decent cross trainer that will stand the test of time will set you back at least £400 to £500.
I agree with the first part of your comment, but you don't have to buy a decent cross trainer brand new. Auction sites are rife with barely used treadmills, cross-trainers, rowing machines from top-end manufacturers such as Life Fitness, Reebok etc sold by folks who had bought them on a whim/ new year resolution etc for a fraction of the price of the brand new product.
I recently purchased a Life Fitness treadmill with 250km on the clock for £700. Brand new price a year ago - over £3500. Had to hire a transit and take two of my friends to bring it back, but it's so worth it.
Yes good point. Second hand is a good option if you can find quality, though I wouldn't put Reebok in that bracket.
#14
Join a gym....cheaper, the. Buying expensive clothes horse..lol
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billy bronco
Join a gym....cheaper, the. Buying expensive clothes horse..lol

Sorry Bill, but that horse has already left the stable.
1 Like #16
Lol..gym membership not too expensive...I pay 12.99 per month for membership with lifestyle fitness..sauna, steam room, classes..well worth it..
#17
This will probably be quite unpleasant to use at this price point and the weakest link on these budget trainers are the welds on the frame that take all the stressing especially the floor standing 'H' section with the uprights.
Those welds will crack over time depending on how vigorous you work out on it, Chinese monkey metal.
#18
Does the model in the pic come with it?!! Guffaw, guffaw!!

No, seriously though - does she?
#19
pill
Heat added for price - but question for anyone with a bit of knowledge about fitness equipment - would this be any good? as seems too cheap and stride length looks small compared to expensive machines.
Also site seems to be down for maintenance.
P :)
If it doesn't have a flywheel, avoid. The decathlon ones are better although pricey. Personall I have the Domyos VE730. Try it instore to get a feel for these as most feel different stridewise and flywheel natural movement etc.
*edit: seems the VE730 is out of stock and replaced by the shape version
http://www.decathlon.co.uk/shape-cross-trainer-id_8349405.html

Edited By: Maverick85 on Sep 27, 2016 20:42: wrong equipment
#20
I bought one of these to help me recover from an ankle operation. I was dubious but it was fantastic. I lost weight and gained fitness and mobility - seriously!

My only observation is that I wore out the bearing in about 6 months. But it was £25 well spent and now I am getting it collected for a refund. How can that be bad?

Also, I would suggest looking on the usual fleabay sites as there are some amazing bargains to be had.

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