Bottom Line:The Bladez X350P elliptical trainer provides users with 12 preset programs, rear drive design, and magnetic resistance system. While the X350P seems to offer a lot for the money, we found this unit lacks quality construction and the 17" stride is extremely uncomfortable.
Thoughts:When we got our first chance to try out the Bladex X350P elliptical trainer we were immediately shocked at the machines extremely low quality standards. The plastics are very cheap, the rail system is made out of a very flimsy material and the drive system generated a great deal of noise. After giving the unit a test we found it to be extremely unstable and with the very short, fixed 17" stride most riders of average build were struggling to find rhythm and comfort. We would avoid this unit all together.
Max User Weight
Heart Rate Monitoring
3yr Parts, 1yr Labor, Lifetime Frame
Not a great entry level option given the low level of quality and uncomfortable stride. This unit just strikes out.