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Adidas X-21FD Cross Trainer Elliptical $799.97 ($600 off)

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[Costco] Adidas X-21FD Cross Trainer Elliptical $799.97 ($600 off)

I've been watching this one since Christmas, and it looks like the X-21FD Elliptical is down to it's clearance price of $799.97. It appears to be $100 lower than the last time it was on sale in 2022.

https://www.costco.ca/adidas-x-21fd-cro ... 98749.html

REVIEW: https://www.elliptical-cross-trainer-re ... eview.html
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I wonder what company actually makes this "Adidas" elliptical
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Any idea on the stride height?Difficult to find an elliptical that will fit in the basement :'(
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RichardL757 wrote: Any idea on the stride height?Difficult to find an elliptical that will fit in the basement :'(
Here's the dimensions from the manual
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I'm not familiar with this machine so take my comment with a grain of salt, but ellipticals like this have too many moving parts and these lower priced ones are destined to break earlier than expected with replacement parts likely unavailable outside of the warranty period. Either spend a lot more money on a better built elliptical from a brand like Sole or get a more simple machine like a spin bike or something made by Concept 2 such as their rowing machines.
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I bought this in Oct. It is a good idea to have two people to drag the main torso part to where you want, I built it solo and that thing is so extremely heavy when you don't have the wheels screwed on yet.

Ultimately I returned it though, it started making banging noises after just one week. And it was too different from the ones I was used to at Goodlife and YMCA (Precor?) which I liked, and I know those ones are like $3-4k, but they are SO much better. Height/slope adjustment on those adjusts on the fly via the electronic dashboard thing, whereas this one is manually done in the back with a physical lever, and going to just the 2nd level made my head be barely touching the ceiling, but perhaps my living room has low ceilings I dunno.

This machine always made me feel like I was leaning forward vs being upright (which I hated, this was probably the dealbreaker if my machine didn't start creaking and banging), personally I felt the actual feet pads were way too far from the front of the machine. I'm 186cm so I can't see how'd it be comfortable holding the arm handles unless you had Kareem Abdul Jabbar's wingspan. Also the resistance was weirdly scaled. The base level is I'd say already extremely resistant, it felt like a 11 or 12 on the Precors where no resistance starts at level 1 and each level does increase the resistance a tiny bit. On this one if you increase the resistance to 2,3,4 etc it doesn't increase resistance as much as it does from 0 to 1.
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Anyone see these in store?

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