York Aspire Magnetic Cross Trainer. 50% off, then a further 15% off ... £212.49 Delivered from homebase
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York Aspire Magnetic Cross Trainer. 50% off, then a further 15% off ... £212.49 Delivered from homebase

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Found 3rd May 2014
Not sure if anyone ever pays full price mind, but seems like a good deal to me. Also available at Argos, but without the extra 15% off.

and D'ont forget quidco

Product details

Cross training is low impact so kind on your joints but working both the arms and legs simultaneously it is a great cardiovascular workout. Set the adjustable tension to the required level and track your progress with the onboard console.

Mains powered.
Programmable resistance system.
Hand grip pulse sensor.
19 user programmes.
Number of programmes: 12 pre set, 4 HRC, 1 watt, 1 user and 1 manual.
Console feedback including: time, speed, distance, calories, pulse, watt, RPM and load.
16 level tension control.
5kg flywheel.
Transportation wheels.
Maximum user weight 130kg (20st 6lb).

General information:
Size H118cm, W60cm, D150cm.
Weight 38kg.
Self-assembly.
EAN: 0014961520569.

10 Comments

Not a big fan of Cross Trainers, there just isn't as many things to hang my washing on!

barijohn

Not a big fan of Cross Trainers, there just isn't as many things to hang … Not a big fan of Cross Trainers, there just isn't as many things to hang my washing on!



If you use it for its purpose the washing will be dry in no time.

Another clothes storage facility

RRP looks excessive

Burbage Fox

RRP looks excessive



First thing I thought. Looks like GroupOn-esque RRP - i.e. a fallacy

bought this cross-trainer before and it broke within 2 uses.

There is no way this is worth £500 . I don't think it's worth £250. According to the York website it's got a 12inch stride length. If you look online the recommended stride length for somebody 5ft 3" and under is 16-18". So this will not give you a decent workout and will feel awkward, especially if you are used to a proper gym machine. These cheap machines may be small and lighter but they are effectively useless for purpose. You need to spend a lot more money to get a decent cross trainer. Don't waste your money on this. Better to get a secondhand decent one with the stride length appropriate to your height than buy this rubbish.

Quality clothes drier

£500 originally, no way would anyone pay that

works out at approx £17/month. id rather pay for a gym membership and have no hassle if i break the equipment. plus you can use everything. my friend has a sport degree and works in a school. he told me that its best to mix up your regime and not to use the same equipment all the time. otherwise you dont used all the bodies muscles

OR run outside ? its free lol

You're onto a totally different subject when you talk of running outside. The joy of a cross-trainer is that is is very low impact, so if you have dodgy knees etc it is loads better than pounding the streets. Variety is the spice of life. This machine is way over-priced!
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