The CS800 Stepper combines the familiar dependent stepping
action with an arched step-rail design and impressive 16” maximum step height
for an effective lower body workout. The narrow 2” pedal spacing (Q-Factor),
large cushioned pedals, and solid handrail design combine to give you an
incredibly comfortable and space-efficient cardio unit.
• Arched step-rail design allows for a more natural stepping
• 16 inch maximum step height with 20 levels of resistance will
satisfy the needs of beginners or advanced exercisers
• Padded handlebars surround the user for a secure and
• Shielded concave roller wheel system for superior stability
• Ease of use allows users of any fitness level to get an
• C-Safe Power and Communication capabilities for A/V
• 2° of inversion at each foot pedal places the user in an
anatomically correct position.
As with any product, a major importance is the user
interface. The CS800 is focused on making everything easily accessible and
A storage tray for a phone, keys, or an MP3 player,
ergonomically friendly pulse grip handles for a more natural hand position, and
a Turbo cooling fan to keep your clients cool and encourage them to workout longer.
A quick press of a button and your clients are off on one of
the many specialized workouts such as the Fit Test or Constant Power programs.
The large, easy-to-read console gives your clients constant
feedback from calories to distance to time.
Console: Large Blue-LED Matrix w/ 4 Separate LED Info
Windows, 20-Character LED Message Center, LED Heart Rate Bar, Tablet Friendly
Programs: Manual, Hill, Fat Burn, Cardio, Strength,
Interval, Fit Test, HR, Constant Power, Custom
Heart Rate: Contact & Telemetric (Chest strap sold
Resistance: 20 levels
Step Height: User determined, 16” Maximum Step Height
Power: 120 Volts; 15 Amp Circuit recommended
Flywheel System: 23 lbs.
Pedals: Oversized and Padded
Frame: Heavy-Gauge High-Strength Steel w/ Durable
Dimensions: 55” x 32” x 63”
Product Weight: 175 lbs.
Max User Weight: 450 lbs.
Lifetime: Frame 5 Years:
Parts & Electronics: 5 Years
Labor: 2 Years