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The IronMan 1850 is a top-of-the-line elliptical trainer.

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Pros

setup instructions are fairly detailed, don't leave anything out

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runs smoothly, even with a higher weight at high speeds, no wobbles

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very quiet during operation

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Cons

customer support is very difficult to reach, reportedly don't return calls

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assembly is long and tedious, takes hours

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very heavy unit, will need help maneuvering it into position

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a number of allen screws look similar but can't be mixed up, or the unit won't assemble correctly

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The IronMan 1850 is a top-of-the-line elliptical trainer. It features pulse grips and a 19" stride length.  The pulse grips of the 1850 allow the user to continually monitor their heart rate while exercising. For the user's convenience, the grips are located right in front of them, right on the handlebars they hold as part of the exercises. This opens up a number of options to the user; for example, if they feel their heart-rate is getting too high, they can lower the resistance level. The 1850 also features a 19" stride length, which provides the user with comfortable elliptical motion, making their work-out more comfortable. When compared to another elliptical trainer from IronMan, the 1860, the 1850 falls short in some areas, as it lacks features like touch sensitive buttons, and heart rate control programs.

Features
  • Pulse grips
  • 19" stride length
  • 16 resistance levels
  • Patented design
  • Padded foot pedals
  • LCD electronics
  • Belt drive system
  • Front transport wheels
  • Aluminum dual wheel tracks
  • Pulse recovery programs
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