Nordictrack Elite 10.9i vs VersaClimber LX
This is a comparison between the Nordictrack 10.9i elliptical and the VersaClimber LX Follow the links for more details.
Versa climber LX Model
The VresaClimber LX comes in at $3995 - $4200. In this article you will learn more about the product itself, its Pros and cons and alternatives you might want to consider. This article has originally been published in the overview "Which conditioning equipment to buy from Rogue".
Overview of the VersaClimber LX
Height 7’ 10’’
Climb angle 75 degrees
Pros of the VersaClimber LX
Cons of the VersaClimber LX
Not for beginners
Alternatives to the VersaClimber LX
Summary for the VersaClimber LX
Overview and review of the Nordictrack Elite 10.9i $1299
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Overview of the Elite 10.9i
- 7” Smart HD Touchscreen
- 1-Year iFit® Membership Included*
- Auxiliary Audio Port
- Two 2” Digitally Amplified Speakers
- EKG Grip Pulse Heart Rate Sensors
- AutoBreeze™ Workout Fan
- Soft Touch Upper Body Grips
- Front Drive
- 20 Lb. Effective Inertia-Enhanced Flywheel
- SMR™ Silent Magnetic Resistance
- 19” Power-Adjustable Stride
- 24 Digital Resistance Levels
- 0-20% Incline
- One Touch® Controls
- Integrated Pivoting Tablet Holder
- Commercial Solid Steel Construction
- Oversized Levelers
- 350 Lb. User Capacity
- Oversized Cushion Pedals
- Front-Mounted Transport Wheels
- Water Bottle Holder
- 69.5" L x 25" W x 71.5" H Footprint
- 10-Year Frame Warranty
- 2-Year Parts Warranty
- 1-Year Labor Warranty
Pros of the 10.9i
- 7-inch touch screen
Cons of the 10.9 elliptical
- Front-drive 20-pound flywheel