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xTerra FS 1.7e Elliptical Review

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Brief Overview

Paying $379 for a FS 1.7e might be considered a bad joke, if xTerra wasn't serious about it.

Overall Quality

The only thing that recommends the FS 1.7e is the warranty. Dyaco, the company that makes xTerra does not have a good history of producing products under $500 that are decent quality. If they are willing to give it a 5 year warranty it may be worth taking a chance on.</p> The xTerra FS1.7e is not a good elliptical. It's overpriced at $379, which is really saying something. Every machine in this price range is going to have its share of drawbacks because it's impossible to make quality ellipticals in this price range. Still, you can do a lot better than this model without paying more.</p> Ergonomically speaking, this machine is terrible. You won't be able to find a single model that we reviewed that has a less natural range of motion. You can even pay $100 less and find ellipticals that are much better ergonomically. At this price point, many ellipticals offer a much more natural range of motion. The lack of adjustability is appalling. The stride length is fixed at 14", so there's no way to fit this machine to your personal body type. 24 levels of resistance allow you to align your workout with your fitness levels, but it's rare to find an elliptical that offers less options for adjustments.</p> As far as projected reliability is concerned, this model is absolutely horrible. None of the other ellipticals that we reviewed have a shorter life expectancy than this one does. The quality of parts used is also awful.</p> The noise levels of this machine are quite high. Most ellipticals make about the same amount of noise, but those that sell for less than $1,000 tend to bit a bit louder. This is one of the few ellipticals that makes a lot of noise during operation. You can find quieter models without having to pay more for them.</p> The warranty on the xTerra FS1.7e is good. Parts are covered for 1 year, and labor is covered for 5 years. Most ellipticals won't come with a warranty that's this good, as well as a price that's this low.</p>


Adjustability 1
Reliability 2
Noise Level 2
Value 4
Warranty 6
Quality 2
Ergonomics 1

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