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EVO REV-400 Elliptical

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The EVO REV-400 is the middle model in a series that also includes the REV-300 and the REV-600 elliptical cross trainers. Compared with the disappointing 300 model, the 400 model has a more practical 18” stride. It also adds on a wireless heart rate monitor. The REV-600 has an even longer stride and is better […]

 

The EVO REV-400 is the middle model in a series that also includes the REV-300 and the REV-600 elliptical cross trainers. Compared with the disappointing 300 model, the 400 model has a more practical 18” stride. It also adds on a wireless heart rate monitor. The REV-600 has an even longer stride and is better

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for heavier users.

Elliptical Hits: Nice Features of EVO REV-400 Elliptical Trainers

Elliptical Misses: Why to Think Twice about the EVO REV-400

  • Light flywheel – This machine has a light flywheel, which helps explain its few resistance levels. It doesn’t have the smooth ride that other Smooth ellipticals are known for.
  • Low resistance – With just eight levels of resistance from a light flywheel, this machine fails to challenge stronger exercisers.
  • Large size – With a footprint of 76”x29”, the REV-400 takes up lots of space for being so low on features.

Overall Rating for the EVO-REV 400 Elliptical Trainer

Smooth’s EVO REV-400 is a definite improvement over the 300 model. It has a longer stride and its longer parts warranty suggests better durability. Still, the MSRP on the EVO-REV 400 elliptical is $1499 – and although shipping may be included, the price seems high for this rather basic cross trainer. Furthermore, the REV-400 is only suitable for short and relatively lightweight users. People of average and larger sizes would be better off with the REV-600 or its near-twin, the Smooth CE 7.4.