Greatest House Health Offers: Nautilus, ProForm, and Echelon Train Gear Below $800

Home Workout Equipment Under $1,000: Beginning January 31, Nautilus, ProForm and Echelon will be offering select fitness equipment such as treadmills, elliptical trainers and stationary bikes for sale for under $1,000. Savings range from $300 to $800.

Here’s a quick look:

If you keep up with exercise equipment tea at all, you probably know that January 31st is the last day to snag the Tonal before its price goes up… again.

A higher price tag of $3,495 may be a viable investment for some. For others, the $800 mark may feel like a more reasonable budget for a home exercise machine. Multiple offerings from Echelon(Opens in a new window)(opens in a new tab)nautilus(Opens in a new window)(opens in a new tab)and ProForm(Opens in a new window)(opens in a new tab) make that possible this week. Save up to $800 on treadmills, elliptical trainers, and even Echelon’s own smart fitness mirror, all on sale for less than $800.

At a $200 discount, Echelon’s version of a smart exercise mirror is nearly $500 cheaper than the next cheapest smart fitness mirror on the market, the ProForm Vue. The smaller 40-inch version still allows you to keep track of your own form while following the on-screen instructor. Instead of a touchscreen, download the Echelon Fit app to choose from over 2,000 studio-quality fitness classes.

Get moving no matter the weather with the Nautilus T618 Folding Treadmill. Well-equipped with a 3.5hp motor, over 25 built-in workout programs, and in-deck rebound cushioning, the T618 is a solid choice for light walking, incline training, and even more hardcore cardio.

Bring some serious workout variety into your home with an elliptical trainer like this one. ProForm’s Pro 9.9 model has 32 built-in programs to target your lower or upper body, as well as options for a more general aerobic calorie burner. Customize your workout with the 21-inch increment and digital incline that’s infinitely adjustable.

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