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Schwinn 411 Compact Elliptical
Commercial Elliptical Mat [+$69.98]
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Schwinn 411 Elliptical
If workout space is a problem, the Schwinn® 411 elliptical was built just for you. Featuring the benefits of larger ellipticals, the 411 delivers a low impact cardio workout at a fraction of the size. Featuring an 18" stride, contact and wireless heart rate monitors, and a streamlined console, the 411 makes getting a full-body workout more convenient than ever.
Sync with the mixed-reality app RunSocial® and race through 19 locations with 27 routes alongside friends while tracking pace and distance.
Streamlined console displays time, speed, distance, calories, and heart rate.
16 levels of resistance allow you to dial the challenge up or down.
Space saving design with 18" stride.
Wireless heart rate tracking (strap not included).
Moving and fixed handlebars with contact grips.
Built-in media tray and bottle holder.
Resistance Levels: 16
Stride Length: 18" Stride
Dimensions: 53.8" L x 24" W x 62.5" H (136.7 x 61.0 x 158.8 cm)
Maximum User Weight: 300 lbs (136 kg)
Assembled Product Weight: 100 lbs (45.4 kg)
Power Requirements: Plugs into any standard electrical wall outlet on a 110V-120V circuit. 120V 60Hz AC input; 1.5A output. 90-240V, 50-60Hz adapter included AC power adapter included.
Frame: 10 years
Parts: 2 years
Electronics: 1 year
Labor: 90 days
Freedom to Move
In the late 1800's, the world had gone mad for the newest technology craze - the bicycle. Providing convenience as well as leisure, the bicycle brought a unique thrill that many had never experienced: the freedom to move.
Arnold, Schwinn & Company
In 1895, German-born mechanical engineer, Ignaz Schwinn, made the acquaintance of Adolph Fredrick William Arnold, a pioneer of the Chicago meatpacking industry. With Schwinn's vision and Arnold's financial backing, the two went on to create, "Arnold, Schwinn & Company" which would later become, the Schwinn Bicycle Company.
Off to the Races
By 1896, there were already 300 bicycle companies in the United States (101 in Chicago, alone). Schwinn started its racing program. By the end of the year, Schwinn bikes had more victories than any other bike company.
The Pioneer Spirit
In 1965, Schwinn brought this legendary bicycle technology indoors and quickly emerged as a pioneer in home exercise equipment, introducing the Deluxe Exerciser exercise bikes.
As fitness trends shifted and technology evolved, Schwinn responded by offering a full lineup of groundbreaking and affordable cardio solutions - smartly designed upright and recumbent bikes, treadmills and elliptical trainers that integrate the latest apps, innovations and entertainment options.
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