Xiser Commercial Portable Stepper

Xiser Commercial Portable Stepper

  • Five Year Consumer Warranty, One year institutional warranty
  • Cast Aluminum Alloy, Weighs only 14 lbs, Withstands weight in excess of 400 lbs
  • Patented Hydraulic Cylinder System, Patented Hydraulic Cylinder System, Adjustable resistance
  • Responds to your effort and ability, Silicone fluid for smooth & quiet operation,

The Commercial Model of the X-iser has the same step height as the Standard Model but features larger cylinders for extended commercial or gym use.
Five Year Consumer Warranty
One year institutional warranty
Cast Aluminum Alloy
Weighs only 14 lbs
Withstands weight in excess of 400 lbs.
Patented Hydraulic Cylinder System
Adjustable resistance
Responds to your effort and ability
Silicone fluid for smooth & quiet operation
Portable Design
Uses only 2 cubic feet of space
Folds to 20.5″ x 13″ x 4″

List Price: $ 399.00

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  • T. DeWitt February 19, 2012 at 7:50 pm -
    34 of 34 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    You Get What You Pay For, March 3, 2010
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    T. DeWitt (Marion, IL USA) –
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    I was a little worried when I first ordered this little machine. Five hundred bucks is a lot of money for such a small item, and I had read a few reviews that stated the machine was in fact too small to comfortably fit your feet on the pedals, especially if you were of a heavy build.

    My first impression upon opening the box the Xiser came in was how small, light and simplistic in design the machine is. I am a truck driver and bought the Xiser specifically for use in my truck, so small and light is a very good thing. In my opinion, the simplicity of the Xiser only contributes its genius and durability. It is constructed of very heavy cast aluminum and has absolutely no frills whatsoever. The Xiser comes in two pieces, the pedals and pedestal are connected and the pistons simply set on two nipples cast on the pedestal, and cables connect the pedals to the pistons via slip-on aluminum connecters. One reviewer complained that there should be bolts holding the pistons on, but I think the designers wanted the Xiser to be as portable as possible and this design allows it to be disassembled and stored literally in seconds.

    After reading through the documentation, I set the Xiser on the floor, connected the pistons and hopped on. I’m not just heavy, I’m admittedly fat (muscular, but still 5’9″, 320lbs), and I have no problem placing and keeping my feet on the pedals. The pedals move in a very smooth motion, and the resistance of the pedals can easily be adjusted by turning the adjustment screw located on the base of the pistons. The machine held up well to my immense weight and I found I actually enjoyed the workout I got.

    In summary, I think for me anyway, this device will be well worth the money spent. If you are looking for a cheaply constructed portable stepper with lots of electronics, the Xiser is definitely not for you. If you are looking for a heavy-duty workout machine that will offer you years of tough workouts without breaking, then the Xiser is just what you are looking for.

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  • Emilie Heller-rhys "3rdGenArtist" February 19, 2012 at 8:04 pm -
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best, Most Portable Stepper Ever!!!, September 2, 2009
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    Emilie Heller-rhys “3rdGenArtist” (Santa Fe, NM United States) –
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    I am 5.5 feet high and weigh 150. I should not be breaking steppers, but boy have I ever. Meaning the 59.99 to 159.99 ones available to me at my local sports store. So I googled “heavy duty portable stepper”, and this Xiser model came up. Naturally, I thought it was terribly expensive, but after risking life and limb and the bank on cheaper models that don’t hold up, I thought it certainly is worth a try. So, I’ve been using my Xiser for two weeks now and can attest to it’s remarkableness. Believe everything they say, because it’s true. And, unlike the other steppers, this one is MADE IN AMERICA.

    I will keep using it, and after 3 months, the upper limit for my other steppers, I will let you know how it is holding up.

    UPDATE:
    It is now nearly a year later, and this stepper has more than held up…and I now weigh 136! I recommend this product even more than before. I have travelled with it and use it every day in short spurts (i.e. 2-4 minutes) and it is great for the knees.

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  • Ladfam February 19, 2012 at 8:54 pm -
    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Exactly as advertised…, September 8, 2009
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    Ladfam (MS – USA) –

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    My search for information regarding High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) led me to the Xiser.

    First impression: “It’s expensive!”

    However, despite appearances this is NOT your typical Wal-Mart variety stepping machine. In reality, the key to the Xiser is the fact that you can use it with VERY LITTLE resistance (the machine can be adjusted to a few different resistance settings). Lowest resistance is far more difficult – and thus more beneficial – than slowly pacing along on a standard pneumatic stepping machine. The Xiser is high quality… very sturdy construction… and manufactured in the USA.

    Although MANY exercises can be done with the Xiser, including arm workouts, (it includes a DVD, workout chart, etc.) the main reason I purchased it was for short burst training. I started out in the mornings doing a simple burst exercise consisting of 20 seconds of very quick stepping, followed by 20 seconds of rest… 20 second step / 20 sec. rest / 20 sec. step… Done. This was a total of only 1:40 worth of exercise but after I was done, my heart was pounding. Doing such small amounts of exercise seemed too good to be true, but after researching High Intensity Interval Training and trying the Xiser, I am convinced that small intervals of HARD exercise on the Xiser are more beneficial than long amounts (30+ minutes) of moderate exercise.

    I’ve since added other exercises to my weekly routine, to round things off, but the Xiser has been the cornerstone to my maintained weight loss (30 lbs initially) and fitness.

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