Weider Mini Stepper Reviews

Weider Mini Stepper

  • Compact cardio device for working upper and lower body
  • Pair of nonslip footpads and set of resistance bands with handles
  • Tones your upper body while challenging glutes, hamstrings, and calves
  • Electronic meter tracks calories burned, time, and session workouts
  • Supports up to 250 pounds; measures 16 x 7 x 13 inches (W x H x D)

Weider Mini StepperWork your upper and lower body simultaneously without investing in an expensive, space-hogging elliptical trainer with the Weider Mini Stepper. The Mini Stepper is equipped with a pair of nonslip footpads that keep you steady and on pace, along with a set of resistance bands with handles for working your arms. As a result, you can tone your biceps and triceps while also challenging your glutes, hamstrings, and calves. To help you track your workout progress, the Mini Stepper a

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2 Comments

  • tymom123 February 19, 2012 at 7:38 pm -
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good – some concern over reliability, March 7, 2011
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    This is my second Weider Mini Stepper. The first one last five months. I used it almost every day, so I figured I got significant value out of it and the five month window didn’t seem that unreasonable. I ordered a replacement and this one only lasted 42 days. I called the manufacturer and they are sending me a replacement, no questions asked.

    I love the product and have seen results in the shape/strength of my legs. It’s small, portable, and usually works quite well. I’m hopeful the replacement will last longer.

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  • Caveat Emptor February 19, 2012 at 8:04 pm -
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Useful for rainy days and as part of a broader exercise regimen, December 22, 2011
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    This device appears to be sold by different companies, so you may find it under labels other then Weider. It has been available for several years and is often featured in January sales targeted to those who’ve made “get-fit” new year resolutions. I bought one for approximately $30 a couple years ago and it’s reaching the end of its useful life. Given the amount of use I’ve gotten from it, I’m not disappointed because of the small investment. I’ll almost certainly replace it with a similar device during the January sales, with complete certainty that I got my money’s worth from it.

    It’s important to recognize that this cannot and should not be the only form of exercise someone pursues. I’ve found it to be useful in the winter when it’s too cold or rainy to go outside. My pattern of use involves 40 minutes at a fairly rapid pace that yields, according to the counter, about 2,400 steps. Typically, I’ll use it 4 times per week in the winter, less in other seasons when it’s more enjoyable to get outside. Also, I’ve found that stepping while swinging light (3 lbs) weights adds to the amount of effort I expend. The stepper can be easily adjusted to provide varying degrees of resistance.

    The construction is pretty sturdy, but requires periodic tightening of nuts near the front of the steps. Also, the bumpers at the rear of the steps wear out pretty quickly, but you can easily replace them by simply taping a large cabinet door bumper or some other piece of rubber or plastic to the base.

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