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Precor 556i Experience Elliptical

$ 2,795.00

This used Precor EFX® 556i elliptical crosstrainer delivers highly effective cross training and a total-body workout. The ramp incline is optimally set at 20 degrees to deliver the widest range of movement to the lower body and, combined with moving handlebars, provides a total-body workout.

The 556i model is designed for heavy commercial use.  

Innovative cardio equipment featuring heavy commercial grade construction and components for extra durability.  Intuitive console and seamless entertainment options.  Intuitive display with the option of fully integrated Cardio Theater delights members and saves time.  Enhance the health club member experience. Smooth fluid motion for a better member experience.

 

Tap Control™–Large buttons provide satisfying tactile response and audible click. Beginners and experts alike easily get on and go with this intuitive control. Users know the machine has received input, even when using headphones for entertainment.

 

Fixed ramp–The ramp allows for the patented forward and reverse elliptical stride. Optimally set at 20 degrees to deliver the widest range of lower-body muscle involvement.

 

Great workout for the total body–Working out on an EFX yields significantly more gluteal and quad activity than using a stairclimber, cycle or treadmill.

 

Fully integrated entertainment options–Fully integrated Cardio Theater design, with personal viewing screens or ambient viewing, enhances the member experience by offering a more seamless, premium look to your cardio area.

 

Biofeedback center with SmartRate®–A dedicated area reports on calories burned and heart rate. When users enter their age, SmartRate shows actual heart rate in relation to their target zone for weight loss and cardio training. Users may wear chest strap or grip the touch heart rate monitors.

 

Options menu offers greater choice–The options button allows users to customize their workouts by viewing additional metrics, entering weight and age, or selecting the goal they work toward. Users may also choose display language and measurements in meters or miles.

 

Direct access to 8 programs–Six buttons are the gateway to eight preset programs, including one fitness test. Users can select or change to a new program at any time during their workout.

 

Versatile 10-key pad–Users may employ the 10-key pad to enter data or select channels for integrated Cardio Theater components.

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Length 80 in (203 cm)

 

 

Width 32 in (81 cm)

 

Height 68 in (173 cm), with PVS 84 in (213 cm)

 

Weight 326 lbs (148 kg)

 

Shipping Weight 427 lbs (194 kg)

 

Power Self CrossRamp® 20 degrees (fixed)

 

Stride Length 21.5 in (55 cm) Frame Powder-coated steel

 

Regulatory Approvals FCC, ETL, CE, EN957

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