Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer Review

This is a great mid range elliptical machine option to go with. It comes with many different features that will make working out easy, fun, and comfortable, but also quite the challenge. The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is a fairly strong and sturdy, user friendly, and overall good elliptical.

Overview

Here is a great video on the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer and the advanced tracking and data export capabilities which it comes with.

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Main Features

The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer has some really cool features that you absolutely need to know about.

  • Has an 18-inch stride length
  • 24 levels of magnetic resistance
  • Features a dual transmission system
  • Multi-function handlebars
  • 3-piece crank for durability
  • 270-pound user weight limit
  • 12 workout programs
  • Sleek/thin design
  • Water bottle holder
  • Bluetooth compatible
  • Comes with a mobile tracking and operational app
  • High-quality LCD display

Dimensions & Weight

As far as mid range elliptical trainers go, the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is actually fairly reasonable in terms of size and weight.

  • Length: 55 inches
  • Width: 25 inches
  • Height: 64 inches
  • Weight: 84 pounds

Assembly

All in all, the instructions for the assembly of the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer are fairly clear and straight forward. There may be a couple of confusing parts, but other than that, everything including the tools necessary for assembly come in the packaging. One person working alone should be able to assemble the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer in under 3 hours, but having a second pair of hands does help. If you don’t want to assemble it yourself, you can always pay the $100 fee to have an expert do it for you.

Warranty

One part that is somewhat lacking in terms of the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is the warranty. The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer only comes with a 1-year limited warranty, so treat it with care.

What We Like About The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer

There are several things which we really like about the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer, so let’s now talk about those in some detail.

One of the best parts about the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is the fact that it comes with 24 levels of magnetic resistance. This particular model actually uses a dual transmission with 2 belts and 2 flywheels. This makes the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer an extremely reliable machine that is very smooth and quiet whenever you use it. The resistance can be easily adjusted with the advanced LCD computer display for your convenience.

Another thing that we like about the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is that it is quite durable. The 3-part crank system is specially designed for high wear and tear situations, so it is going to last for quite some time. Also, all of the parts used in the build of the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer are made from high-quality materials, which is why this model has a fairly good weight capacity of 270 pounds. This is a very strong and stable elliptical machine no doubt. It is also quite a stable elliptical machine thanks to the extended leg stabilizers as well as the non-slip feet that the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer comes with.

Perhaps one of the coolest features of the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is the mobile tracking software in combination with the LCD display. First of all, the LCD display will show you all of the fitness metrics you want to keep track of, such as time, speed, strides per minute, distance, calories burned, and much more. The LCD display is fairly large and easy to read, plus easy to navigate as well. Moreover, the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer comes with 12 different workout programs for you to choose from. Now, what is really impressive is the Bluetooth and wireless capability of the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer. This lets you connect to the Exerpeutic mobile app with your smartphone or tablet. This means you can export your fitness data and create a great analysis sheet, moreover, you can actually control the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer from your phone using the mobile app.

Something else that you are going to like about the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is that in terms of mid-range elliptical machines, this one is fairly space efficient. It is not too big or too heavy, thus making moving it around fairly simple, plus it won’t take up too much space either. On that same note, the stride path on the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is designed to be fairly narrow in order to mimic your normal stride and in order to keep your knees and hips from hurting.

We also like the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer for the two pairs of handlebars that it comes with. One pair of handlebars has pulse sensors, which is the stationary handlebar. The other set of handlebars are motion handlebars which move along with you while you work out, which lets you get a good upper body workout routine in.

What We Don’t Like About The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer

Since there are always some bones to pick when it comes to fitness equipment, let’s get it over with.

One of the things that we don’t really like about the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is that it does not allow you to change the incline. When spending several hundreds of dollars on an elliptical machine, we would expect to be able to change the incline in order to increase or decrease the challenge we face on it.

Some people have noted that sometimes there are screws that come loose after prolonged use. While this is not a major issue, make sure to tighten bolts and screws after every few uses.

Alternatives To The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer

So you can have something to compare the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer to, let’s take a quick look at some other mid range options.

Fitness Reality E5500XL Magnetic Elliptical Trainer

This model is actually quite similar to the Exerpeutic 5000, with just a few differences. First off, the price is virtually the same, and the quality and features of both elliptical machines clearly reflect this. They both have over 20 levels of magnetic resistance, both use a dual transmission, they are about the same size, have the same stride width, and more or less the same capabilities when it comes to programs on the computer. The Fitness Reality E5500XL Magnetic Elliptical Trainer is a little better in terms of its quality and overall build stability, but on the other hand, it doesn’t really use so much of that advanced fitness tracking stuff like the Exerpeutic 5000 does.

Schwinn 430 Elliptical Machine

The Schwinn 430 Elliptical Machine is quite a lot more expensive than the Exerpeutic 5000, but it also has some more features too. One of the main differences is that the Schwinn model is built with several extra durability and stability features, plus it has a higher weight limit, more computer capabilities, and a bunch of extras like speakers and air fans too. On the other hand, if you want a model that is more affordable, has more levels of resistance, and does not use up so much space, then the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Machine is probably the better choice for you.

Final Thoughts On The Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Machine

At the end of the day, the Exerpeutic 5000 Magnetic Elliptical Machine is a perfectly fine mid range elliptical trainer to consider buying. In terms of mid range models, it is fairly cheap and it certainly helps save space in your home. All of the preset programs, the remote control, and fitness tracking apps are definitely a bonus. It is a smooth, quiet, and fairly durable magnetic resistance elliptical trainer that has managed to not disappoint thus far.

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