Cardio Twister Review
What You Should Know
Cardio Twister is a piece of workout equipment sold online and on television by Tristar Products. Tristar also sells the Ab Slide, Ab Roller and several other health and beauty products using celebrity testimonials and infomercials. Brenda DyGraf, a well-known international fitness expert markets Cardio Twister. Cardio Twister is sold via its official for $199.80 or for one payment of $14.95 followed by four monthly payments of $49.95. It also includes a DVD with a fitness plan and a healthy meal plan. There is a 60-day warranty on this product for manufacturer’s defects.
Cardio Twister looks like an elliptical machine with an arced horizontal bar for the arms that twists left and right. Using this machine regularly along with a healthy diet seems like it would be very likely to promote weight loss in those who are overweight and who are not already following a healthy diet and exercise plan. This product seems like a good way to get in shape for those who don’t want to go to a gym. However, it’s not clear that the Cardio Twister will be any more effective than using an elliptical, treadmill, stair machine or any other type of cardio equipment.
The most problematic features of this product are the so-called “free trial” offer and the manufacturer’s warranty. In order to take advantage of this offer, customers would need to assemble the product, try it out, disassemble the product and then pay to ship this considerably large piece of equipment back to the company before the 30 days expires. Otherwise, a non-refundable $49.95 fee will be charged to the customer’s credit card. Also, if a customer decides to keep the product, the warranty offered on this product is only for 60 days. Apparently, the customer would have to pay for any repair service offered by the manufacturer after these 60 days, if any.
List of Ingredients
The main ingredient in Cardio Twister is a piece of cardio workout equipment that resembles an elliptical with a single, curved horizontal bar for the arms that turns left and right. Included with the workout equipment is a DVD with a fitness plan by Brenda DyGraf and a healthy meal plan. The Cardio Twister is sold online for $199.80, and it is also sold on television infomercials
- Cardio Twister seems like it would be as effective in promoting weight loss and health benefits as any other piece of cardio equipment.
- This product encourages a healthy fitness and diet plan.
- Customer testimonials are available from the official website.
- This product must be assembled before use.
- The 30-day free trial has conditions which may be difficult to follow in order to avoid a nonrefundable $49.95 charge.
- After the 60-day warranty has expired, it is not clear how customers would get this product serviced or repaired.>
Cardio Twister is a piece of home cardio equipment that is sold online and on television. It seems very likely that using this equipment combined with the fitness and diet plan would result in serious health benefits. While it is not clear whether Cardio Twister is any more effective than using an elliptical, its low cost of $199.80 makes it a great deal more affordable than buying an elliptical for home use. On the other hand, going to a gym to use the cardio equipment may be a more affordable option in the long term, especially if the Cardio Twister’s 60-day warranty has expired and the machine needs repairs.