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StairMaster 8 Series Gauntlet w/10" Touch Screen - New Factory Demo Model ( In Box )


Gauntlet 8 Series Specs

  • Product Dimensions: Width 34" (86cm) Length 58" (147cm) Height 89" (226cm)
  • Product Weight: 343 lbs (156kg)
  • Max User Weight: 350lbs (159 kg)
  • Power Requirements: Input Voltage 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz 100 VA
  • Display: OpenHub™ 15" embedded touch screen, 10" touch screen, LCD screen, and optional PVS for 10" & LCD
  • TV Option: Optional PVS for 10” & LCD
  • Workouts: The Landmark Challenge Program where users climb well-known landmarks from around the world like the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and the Taj Mahal. Sprint, Super and Beast Spartan Race Training Program. Standard console programs are also included.
  • Hot Bar Functions: Stop button, heart rate, and level control
  • Fitness Tests: Multi-stage Fit Test, CPAT Fire Fit Test and WFI StepMill® Test
  • Drive System: Electronically controlled alternator with chain drive precisely controls the stair speed allowing a wide range of users to exercise smoothly within their comfort zones
  • Step Action: Revolving staircase with eight steps, 8"(20cm) high, 9"(23cm) deep and 22"(56cm) wide
  • Step Rate: 24 to 162 steps per minute
  • Heart Rate Monitoring: Polar® compatible wireless; contact sensors
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