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NordicTrack Elite 16.9 Elliptical Review

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$1,699.00


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Brief Overview

Nordic Track relentlessly strives to "push the envelope" in the $1000 - $2000 price point of ANY fitness product.

Overall Quality

In recent years, Nordic Track has made serious efforts to put their machines ahead of the competition and the Elite 16.9 has a few "bells n whistles" to talk about. Boasting a 15" Integrated HD TV paired with a secondary 7" "web ready" color touch screen console display shows their feature frenzy to "WOW" the masses. Caution buyers: the replacement cost of these items can exceed more than 75% of the machine's MSRP if one or both of them fails. Unfortunately, customer service is their STILL biggest pitfall* (*much like Comcast, they don't seem to care...), but the elite 16.9 still carries a 6 yr parts, 3 yr labor warranty**. (**Good luck getting someone out to fix it quickly, and in 1-2 service calls). The powered Incline track with 20 degrees of fine-tuning incorporates "high intensity" customization at the touch of a button. A sturdy 32lb Flywheel provides solid ellipsoidal motion in tandem with multi-position hand grips for targeting different muscle groups. Additionally, Icon's i-Fit programming continues to evolve with ability adjust machine parameters through Google Map integrated workouts that mimic route topography all over the globe.

Ratings

Adjustability 4
Reliability 5
Noise Level 6
Value 7
Warranty 8
Quality 5
Ergonomics 4

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