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New Gold's Gym Elliptical Reviews

Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 310s

The Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 310 is an appropriate value. When we try to define an appropriate ...

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 410s

Our 1st runner up in the $399 and under category, the Stride Trainer 410 is an appropriate value....

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Older Gold's Gym Reviews

Reviewed in 2017

Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 450i

We have all seen that “pssst" brand at the grocery stores and got sucked into the cheap paper pla...

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Reviewed in 2016

Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 310

The Stridetrainer 310 is the lowest priced unit in a low cost line of ellipticals under the Gold'...

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 350

The Stridetrainer 350 is a decent elliptical for the money ... unfortunately that's not saying a ...

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 350i

The Gold?s Gym Stride Trainer 350i is a disposable elliptical for those looking to use it 12 time...

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 380

*Note: Paying $500 for the Stridetrainer 380 is insanity. If you are looking for a low cost mach...

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 410

When you are on a budget it's hard to understand that you need to spend more. In the case of the...

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 450

The Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 450/450i is the best of the worst for the money.

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 510

This Stridetrainer 510 is a medium cost option from Gold's Gym, but it's still a cheap, low quali...

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Reviewed in 2015

Gold's Gym Stridetrainer 900

We have to believe that when Gold's Gym put an elliptical for $2K that's its either a typo or a j...

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Reviewed in 2014

Gold's Gym 480

Not a bad effort for $500. This is purely a walker's machine and it certainly is a beautiful pac...

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Reviewed in 2012

Gold's Gym Maxx 685T

Not a great effort for Gold's Gym. This one gets lost in the middle of many models that are bett...

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Gold's Gym Trainer 550

If this one flips your lid spring the extra $100 for a better Icon unit. This one has quite a bi...

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Gold's Gym Maxx Game Fits

The Gold's Gym Maxx Game Fit is a older design that should be taken to the dump.

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 595s

Our best buy award winner for the under $399 category, the Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 595 is a pre...

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Reviewed in 2011

Gold's Gym CrossTrainer 480

The Crosstrainer 480 is a solid value and our Best Buy winner under $399! This is about the le...

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Gold's Gym CrossTrainer Plus

*Note: Not a bad deal but would be great if you could get $100 off. This is a holdover from ye...

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Gold's Gym Maxx Rear Drive

A good price for a good machine.

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Gold's Gym StrideTrainer 595

*Note: An adjustable ramp for $500 is a pretty good deal. This machine makes a lot of sense fo...

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Reviewed in 2010

Gold's Gym Crosstrainer 510

Similar to the Reebok RL 10.0 - just for a lot less money.

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Gold's Gym Spacesaver

All in all this is an adequate elliptical for beginners.

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Gold's Gym Stride Trainer 500

*Note: You will get an appropriate value for the money. You will get an appropriate value for ...

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Who Manufacturers Gold's Gym Ellipticals?

General Information:Another licensed brand for Icon Health & Fitness. They put this brand in Wal-Mart over the past few years and they have sold like hotcakes! Some of the newer models at the higher price points are on par with Proform and the entry-level NordicTrack units at a bargain price. If you buy their sub $400 units, you are getting what you deserve- a piece of junk for $400. These are mainly units made for the casual user. If you are looking for a serious machine, nothing to see here...keep moving on.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Gold's Gym is produced by Icon, a company with thousands of employees and large resources. Put simply, their machines have the best design in the business. Icon has a long, storied history that provides an example of how the big keep getting bigger. Icon used to be the mass-market darling because of their cheap prices but they used to have quality to match. These days they put quality into the machines and pack them with features. We can no longer say Icon has the worst customer service in the business after experiencing the cheap treadmills sold on Amazon. We rate the machines by the individual machine quality, not the quality of their service.

Company Outlook : Icon is the largest fitness equipment producer in the world with over $1 billion in sales. If the fitness industry were a solar system, Icon is so powerful that they would be the Sun. In terms of stability they are the best, but overall their customer service isn't up to the standards of any of the lower volume producers. Although you get a value price for the product, you also get value service so keep this in mind when buying their machines- apparently they price their machines so low in comparison to other companies that they don't have money left for service. Due to the sheer number of units they produce, we pick up support in many cases where this factory leaves off.