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Stamina InStride Plus Electronic Stepper
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Product Description

Stamina InStride Plus Electronic Mini-Stepper gives you a complete cardio and strength workout in almost no space. Gotta work out but got no space? Stamina's InStride Plus Electronic Mini-Stepper gives you a great cardiovascular and overall strength workout at home without taking up precious floor space. Small enough to store at home or at work. Details: Two medium-resistance removable toning bands with easy-grip foam handles add an upper body workout to your step routine for a toned back, arms, shoulders, and torso; Remove the toning bands to use alone for total body strength training; Compact design lets you work out anywhere and stores away in small spaces; Two hydraulic cylinders provide a smooth stepping motion; Battery-operated electronic monitor tracks the number of steps per minute, number of steps during the workout, workout time, and calories burned; Sturdy steel construction; Wide, textured steps keep feet secure during your workout; Skid resistant rubber floor protectors also prevent slipping; Approx 16 1/4 x 12 x 12 1/4, 20 lbs. A complete workout without taking up the space! Order Today! Please Note: This item is shipped directly from the factory. Please allow an extra 2-4 weeks for delivery... sorry no express shipping available. We are unable to ship factory direct items to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Puerto Rico or APO or FPO addresses. Stamina InStride Plus Electronic Mini-Stepper

Featuring a battery-operated monitor displaying steps-per-minute, total steps, workout time, and calories burned, this portable stepping machine provides a cardiovascular workout while also offering elastic bands for toning back, arms, shoulders, and torso during a workout. The machine is small enough to easily store at home or in the office and light enough to transport between the two sites. It measures 16-1/4 inches x 12-1/8 inches x 12-1/4 inches and weighs 20 pounds. Two hydraulic cylinders provide a smooth stepping motion. Wide, textured steps keep feet secure. The elastic toning bands can be removed and provide medium resistance. Rubber floor protectors safeguard a workout area and prevent skidding. Made of steel, the frame carries a five-year warranty against defects, with parts warranted against defects for 90 days.

Key Features:

  • Compact design lets you work out anywhere and stores away in small spaces
  • Two hydraulic cylinders provide a smooth stepping motion
  • Battery-operated electronic monitor tracks the number of steps per minute, number of steps during the workout, workout time, and calories burned
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Wide, textured steps keep your feet secure during your workout
  • Skid resistant rubber floor protectors also prevent skidding
  • Assembled size: 16.25"(41.3cm) long x 12.125"(30.8cm) wide by 12.25"(31.1cm) tall
  • Weight: 20 pounds (9.07 kg)

What's in the Box?
InStride Plus Electronic Stepper, owner's manual

Manufacturer's Warranty
Frame - 5 years, parts - 90 days

Features:
  • Electronic stair stepper that takes up a mere 197 square inches of space
  • Small enough to fit in a corner, in front of the TV, or in a travel bag
  • 2 hydraulic cylinders create stepping motion; battery-operated fitness monitor
  • Pair of medium-resistance, removable toning bands with easy-grip foam handles
  • Measures 16.25 x 12.25 x 12.125 inches (W x H x D); weighs 20 pounds

Customer Reviews:

  • Convenient
    I bought this product with a coupon I had and it proved very inexpensive. Ok I have not used as extensively as I was hoping but it has worked for me quite well when I want to throw in 15-30 mins of a workout and do not feel like driving to the gym. It is a little heavy and difficult to carry it when you travel although it is possible but it is a good thing to have if you do not have a lot of space and plan other activities as well...more info
  • Works nice but not well put together
    I like the workout this stepper gives me and the fact that it's compact. However, the first time I used it, one of the straps broke off. I didn't get it anticipating using the straps, but I thought I'd try them out and for someone who would get it for that reason, I don't think they are that well built. ...more info
  • mini stepper review
    THe machine was delivered on time and in good condition. However,it is very difficult to operate. My daughter only weighs 100 pounds, and it is hard for her to push down on the steps. I called about the stiffness of the steps and was told to oil the shocks. My husband did this, but they are still very stiff. My daughter wanted more of a cardio work-out. THis machine is much too slow for that....more info
  • Useless
    I purchased the unit to use as an in-home cardio exercise. It started making noise after about 10,000 steps. The cheap bolts used to connect the cable ends to the pedals broke after 2 months. (within one week of replacing the first with a Real Bolt, the other one snapped.) The cable had begun to actually twist and deform, and the coating was beginning to melt from the friction with the pulley. Finally, after 3 months of 4 days per week use, the internal mechanism which alternates the up/down pedal motions completely failed, and the unit is beyond repair. It appears that the machine was designed for the typical buyer: someone who will buy it, use it for a week and then forget where they stored it. If you are serious about exercise, this unit is USELESS....more info
  • Good Value
    Haven't got my wife to start using it consistently yet but I've tried it myself a couple of times and it's worth the purchase....more info
  • Decent workout, but no setting for resistance
    I like this stepper because it is easy to move around. I placed it behind my couch, where I spend most of my time. :) It seems to be a bit on the tight side, and what I would change is having some way to set a resistance. ...more info
  • Works Great recomended by my Physcial Therapist
    I bought this about a month after I had knee surgery. I told my physical therapist and he was quite impressed. Of course I had to start off slow. I've used the resistance bands as well, but since they are connected with plastic clips I'm a little cautious with them. At any rate the stepper itself is well made, and is easily used while watching tv. ...more info