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Latest Cardio Equipment Reviews from our Canadian Customers

  1. Good so far – Review by Lynae

    Overall Rating

    I was concerned because of all the bad reviews of this product. However, so far, things have been good.
    1. It weighs alot, so you will need help getting the parts into the room you are using. However, I put it together by myself. It actually wasn't too hard and the instructions were pretty clear.
    2. The seat is HORRIBLE. Throw it away immediately and get a gel one. I could not sit on it for more than five minutes.
    3. The instructions for setting up ifit and using it on the machine are non-existant. I bought ifit from proform and then it wanted me to put in my credit card info again when I signed into ifit. Why do they need my personal information (that could be hacked and stolen from their site)? I already purchased the product and had an activation code for it.
    4. Once you figure out ifit, there are alot of programs to select from. The google maps works well.
    5. The menu on the bike console is not intuitive. I sometimes have to search for 10 minutes to find where the program is that I want.
    6. The calorie count on the bike is not accurate. It is a least twice what my Fitbit says.

    (Posted on 2018-04-09)


  2. perfect bike – Review by Milly Frontenac

    Overall Rating

    just wanted to give my 2 cents on this bike, since it's not got a lot out there on it. for my needs, this is the perfect bike, got a good sturdy seat, and my needs are just to get me moving for about 15-20 inutes a day. it's quite basic, but that's all i need it for, and for the price, it definitely feels better than some of the machine i've tried in department stores. thanks guys!
    (Posted on 2017-08-31)


  3. Perfect machine for my needs! – Review by Alexey Dmitri

    Overall Rating

    I had to get a treadmill for rehabbing my knee a hwile back. Used it every day for a couple of months, just walking. Then when I started jogging, it still held up really well. Haven't graduated to running yet, but by the way it does not budge right now with the jogging, I am sure that it will be just as sturdy. The sales person took the time to assess my needs and looks like we got a great machine out of it. Thanks TF Team!
    (Posted on 2017-08-14)


  4. Tougher than it looks ... – Review by The_Greek

    Overall Rating

    Tried it once a few years ago. Didn't remember how intense it was. Bought it on a recommendation, learned quickly that maximum effort is required. Excellent system, strong parts.

    An iPhone connection port would be an excellent addition to the computer.
    (Posted on 2017-08-07)


  5. Good machine. – Review by No Names

    Overall Rating

    I’ve had this elliptical machine for a couple of weeks now. I use it daily for approximately one hour.

    I like the fact that it doesn’t take up too much of a footprint. I’m not including the dimensions of the unit as you can get that info. from both the seller and/or the manufacturer.

    It is an entry level commercial quality machine, at a reasonable price. It’s a sturdy machine, built well (very solid). It’s fairly quiet to; I think my heavy breathing during a workout is louder than the sound of the moving parts of this machine. It has a reasonably sized cup holder to hold your beverage and an “Over Molded Reading Rack/Tablet Holder”. It’s a perk but when you’re working out, why would you want to be reading? I guess it can be used to hold your tablet so you can play music as you’re working out, but for anybody who uses it to hold reading material....put down your reading material(s) and focus on your workout! Just my two cents.

    It has nine different programs : Manual, Cardio, Arm Sculpture, Leg Shaper, Random, Sports Intervals, Easy Intervals, Rolling Hills & One Big Hill. I’m sure you can figure out what each of these programs offer you based on their descriptions, so I won’t go any further into that.

    The console is nice as well. It’s simple to operate. Not too small, and not so big that the user will be distracted trying to figure out complex features. I didn’t have to read the manual to figure out how it worked. I like that. When I buy equipment like this, I want to be able to use a console that’s very intuitive & easy to figure out.

    The moving footpads have an “Orthopedic Soft Step Cushioned Anti-Fatigue Material”. It’s very soft; I love the comfort it offers. It also has a stationary side step (one on each side), in case you want to rest in the standing position. I personally think this is an unneccessary feature as you can stand still on the moving footpads. The only thing is, if you stand still on the moving footpads, you run the risk of falling if you’re disoriented and can’t maintain a stationary position. I don’t have this problem so it’s not an issue for me.

    The only thing I dislike about this model is the heart rate monitor sensor placement. The sensors are placed on the stationary rails; one on each side. This means, in order to get a reading on your heart rate, you have to place your hands on the stationary side rails instead of working them out, moving them back and forth.

    A better placement option for the heart rate monitor sensors, would have been on the moving “Multi-Grip Handles”. That way you can move your arms back and forth while getting a heart rate reading. I chose an elliptical machine so that I could work out my arms & my legs simultaneously and the current heart rate monitor sensor doesn’t allow that. Another annoyance is that it takes a couple of minutes before the machine will read my heart rate. I think the sensor is a bit too sensitive on the finger(s) placement. So for a couple of minutes, I’m not moving my arms getting the workout I wanted. Again, this is nothing major but the machine has this feature, so why not be able to utilize it effectively? I plan on getting an external heart rate monitor (the kind you strap around your chest) so that I can keep both of my arms moving during my entire workout.

    All in all I’d say this is an excellent machine & I’d strongly recommend it.
    (Posted on 2017-08-04)