- Limited signs of wear including scuff marks, dust, and cosmetic flaws (paint)
- Guaranteed 100% working condition
- Original warranty applies
Any exceptional wear or exceptions to the above will be specifically noted on the item.
Most items will ship in their original boxes. Any missing pieces will be replaced free of charge. Note: Refurbished items may take up to 3 additional days handling time before they ship.
Quantity Limited. All Items and Prices Subject to Change Without Notice
The new BFCT1 Elliptical Cross Trainer provides a non-impact cardio workout in a very compact space. The synchronized arms recruit your upper body providing a total body workout. Eight levels of smooth magnetic resistance give all users challenging workouts. The LED console offers feedback for time, distance, speed, calories and heart rate. Transport wheels allow anyone to move the unit easily. Elliptical trainers are the hottest cardio products in the market today, and the BFCT1 is an outstanding entry level option for this category.
- 3'x4' footprint
- 106 lbs
- 225 lb. weight capacity
- Compact and stable
- Eight levels of magnetic resistance
- Contact HR readout
- Five panel feedback LCD display
The console informs the user with valuable information about the workout and allows the user to control workout resistance levels. Please become familiar with the console before your first exercise session. The display is able to be programmed to establish customized workout goals. The BFCT1 gives users the power to control their workout time, distance travelled and total calorie loss.
BODYFAT, BMI &BMR
The BFCT1 console has the ability to measure a person’s BODYFAT, BMI and BMR. BMI (Body Mass Index) is a statistical measurement of body weight based on a person’s weight and height. Though it does not actually measure the percentage of body fat, it is used to estimate a healthy body weight and used as a diagnostic tool to identify weight problems. BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) determines your daily calorie needs.
The BFCT1 comes equipped with Heart Rate Contacts. The Heart Rate Contacts send your heart rate information to the console for processing. To measure Heart Rate, your hands need to firmly grasp the entire area of the Heart Rate Contact Sensors on both sides of the handlebar. There is no need to hold onto the contacts very tightly although holding onto the contacts loosely may produce a false readout.