EVO Rev-400 is similar to their Rev-300 in the
design and components. In addition, you get wireless heart rate control, orthopedic
foot pedals and an upgraded console and display.
those of you who have used HRC to determine your exertion level, you are familiar
with the benefits. HRC optimizes your workout by adjusting the resistance level
within a predefined heart rate. The Rev-400 determines a preset maximum target
heart rate based upon your sex, height, weight and age, or you can adjust it to
whatever maximum target workout rate you want.
addition to the ergonomic foot pedals, the Rev-400 also has orthopedic cushioning.
This further reduces the strain and impact to your ankles and knees.
upgraded LED display consists four-window, that allows you to read course profiles,
speed, time, distance, heart rate, calories, resistance level and more. The are
nine programs, including "Target Heart Rate."
Magnetic Braking System|
(Also with HRC through moveable handlebar sensors.)|
on Frame and Magnetic brake, 2 years on parts and electronics, 1 year labor|
Comments: Determining whether to purchase the Rev-400 over the Rev-300 comes down
to heart rate control. For those who prefer to manually control your workout,
the Rev-300 is your best buy. But for only a couple of hundred dollars more you
get HRC with the wireless strap, upgraded LED multi-window display and cushioned
the Rev-300 and the Rev-400 are good values, your workout preference should be
the deciding factor.