Affordable – As mentioned, most of the company’s ellipticals retail for over $500; however, there are a few models priced at a very affordable $349. These models still retain the quality of ProForm’s higher end machines, as the company is able to take advantage of economies of scale due to its size and popularity.
Range of Technological Features – ProForm ellipticals often come with a plethora of built-in workout programs – for example, there are a couple that come with 24 programs. iFit compatibility is also common, which gives users even more workout options to choose from.
Adjustable – Thanks to providing users with a wide range of stride lengths to choose from, ranging from 14” to 20”, depending on the model, shorter, taller, thinner and larger users are all able to find a model that is right for them.
Easy to Store –As many of Profrom’s machines feature a folding design, storing and transporting them are a cinch. They also don’t take up much space, which is obviously a bonus for apartment dwellers.
Smaller Flywheels – Proform’s machines tend to feature smaller flywheels. Why is this important, you may ask? Well simply because the heavier the flywheel the smoother the stride. However, that isn’t to say that the stride isn’t still smooth.
Limited Warranty – As many of ProForm’s ellipticals, particularly the more inexpensive ones, are backed by a 1-year parts and labor warranty, you may want to think about purchasing an extended warranty.
ICON Health & Fitness
Customer Service Department
1500 South 1000 West
Logan, UT 84321
Phone – 1.888.742.0128
Official Website– www.proform.com