After extensive research, we present the 5 best elliptical trainers available for under $1000. If you would like to invest in a new elliptical and you are on a budget, hopefully this guide will help you make the right choice. There are hundreds of ellipticals on the market and the choice can be baffling, we have sifted through all the options, compared and filtered, and have come up with the very best recommendations.
|AFG 3.3AE Elliptical||Click to see|
|Best Fitness E1 Elliptical Trainer by Body Solid||$999.00|
|Nautilus E616 Elliptical Trainer||Click to see|
|ProForm 1110 E Elliptical Trainer||Click to see|
|ProForm 935 E Elliptical Trainer||$1,021.18|
|Yowza Fitness Pompano Cardio Core Elliptical Trainer Machine||Click to see|
The 2017 $1000 Elliptical Deal
If you are spending about $1000 on an elliptical then you can expect a mid range product, it should be comfortable and feel good to use. However, you should not expect the build quality of some of the commercial machines that you might find in a gym. Prices for these start about $2000-$2500 and go up to $10,000+
What you will get though, due to the fierce competition at this price point, are some of the manufacturers putting their quality mechanicals and motors into budget machines. The trade-off is that you might not get quite so long a warranty, or some of the features may be limited.
Our top pick is the latest version of the Horizon Fitness EX-59-2. We feel that this gives the best balance between build quality, warranty length and features.
Best Ellipticals for 2016 near or under $1000… our contenders!
|Model||Horizon Fitness EX-59-2||Nautilus E614 Elliptical||Best Fitness E1 Elliptical||Schwinn 470 Elliptical||Proform 110E Elliptical|
|Rating||Best Buy||Runner Up||Reccommended||Reccommended||Reccommended|
|Review||Horizon Fitness EX-79-2 Elliptical Review||Nautilus U614 Elliptical Trainer Review||Best Fitness E1 Review||Schwinn 470 Elliptical Machine Review||ProForm 1110 E Elliptical Trainer|
|Motion||Arms / Legs||Arms / Legs||Arms / Legs||Arms / Legs||Arms / Legs|
|Incline||20 Levels / Powered||20 Levels / Powered||No||15 Levels / Manual||5 Levels / Manual|
|Heart Rate||Sensor||Sensor||Sensor||Sensor + Chest||Sensor|
|Display||Red Led||Dual Track LCD display||6.5" Blue LCD||Blue LCD||Green LED|
|Size (L x W x H) Inches||73 x 22 x 65||68 x 30 x 17.7||48 x 30 x 66||26 x 70 x68||75 x 24 x 66|
|Warrenty: Frame||Lifetime||Lifetime||15 years||5 Years||Lifetime|
|Motor||2 years||3 years||10 years||1 year||Lifetime|
|Parts||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year||1 year|
|Labour||1 year||1 year||1 year||3 months||1 year|
The other machines are all extremely good, however none match the breadth of offer from the Horizon.
Our choice for the Best Home Elliptical Trainer for 2017…. The Horizon Fitness EX-59-2.
- Assembled Dimensions: 68" x 25" x 64"; 10 resistance levels with an ECB resistance brake system; A heavy-duty 14.3-pound flywheel provides a smooth ride; low step-on height
- 5" LCD display; MP3 compatible with built-in Sonic Surround speakers
- ZERO gap overlapping pedal motion replicates a natural stride; stride length 18"
- Display includes: Time, distance, speed, calories, heart rate, program level, watts; 10 programs: Manual, Weight Loss, Intervals, Constant Watts, Rolling, Reverse Train, Random, Calorie Goal & more
- User Weight Capacity: 275lbs.; Warranty: Lifetime on frame, 2 yr parts, 1-yr labor