Tempo Fitness Review
What You Should Know
When dieters seek a home fitness product, they can either go for the state of the art product or go for the traditional “starter” model. Starter models are an ideal solution to dieters on a budget and individuals that do not need all of the frills in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle.
Tempo Fitness provides elliptical trainers and treadmills that are designed to assist individuals lose weight and achieve a healthy lifestyle without adding potential unneeded accessories. Individuals cannot purchase the items on the website, only on third-party ecommerce websites.
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Tempo Fitness offers treadmills and elliptical trainers for home use.
Taking a look at the products available from Tempo Fitness and the dieter will notice the company features treadmills and elliptical trainers. The products could possibly be considered “starter” models simply because the products do not offer many features. In fact, the company only offers five total models.
The elliptical trainers consist of the 615e and the 605e. Both models feature approximately 15 preset and custom fitness routines. The resistance increases to level 20 on the 615e and 16 on the 605e. If an individual is taller than 6 feet tall, using the elliptical trainers could present a challenge. The stride length is a mere 15 inches.
We did like the low price point. Although neither model is available on the website, we found the products on ecommerce sites for approximately $200.
The treadmills consist of the 621t, the 611t and the Evolve. All three are foldable for easy storage, with the Evolve being the ultra-compact model. Taller individuals should be aware the tread belt is approximately 45 inches. Both the 621t and the 611t have speeds up to 10 miles per hour; where as the maximum speed of the Evolve is 6 miles per hour.
The price is comparable with similar models. We found the treadmills on ecommerce sites for approximately $1,000.
- Elliptical trainers are virtually zero impact.
- The prices are relatively cheaper than comparable models.
- The majority of the treadmills are foldable for easy storage.
- The products carry a 10 year warranty.
- Depending on the model, the products are not easily moveable.
- Although the average is low, certain models are expensive.
- The tread belt on select models is relatively short.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The products do not address diet and supplementation.
- Certain models are heavier than average.
We like the product selection from Tempo Fitness and we believe the cost-conscience dieter will as well. Typically, elliptical trainers and treadmills cost upwards of $1,500 or more. The average price of the products is approximately $500 to $1,000. Some may consider this expensive, but considering the benefits of elliptical trainers on the joints and knees, the price is justified. The dieter with joint and knee problems now have a viable option to use in order to reach their respective fitness goals.
Another benefit we noticed was the maximum user weight. The average for other treadmills and elliptical trainers is 250 pounds; the product line from Tempo is 300 pounds. This provides a fitness option to a larger portion of dieters.