|Model (click on link for review)||Rating||Lowest Price Online|
|Diamondback 910Er Rear Drive Elliptical Review - 21” Stride & iPad Dock||$1,699.00|
|DiamondBack 910Ef Front Drive Elliptical - 21” Stride & iPad Compatibility||$1,799.00|
|Diamondback 510Ef Front Drive Elliptical with 19″ Stride||$1,399.00|
|DiamondBack 510Er Rear Drive Elliptical with 19" Stride||$1,399.00|
|Diamondback 1260Ef Elliptical Trainer||$2,599.00|
|Diamondback 900Er Elliptical Trainer||$1,149.00|
|Diamondback 500Er Elliptical Trainer||$1,099.00|
Diamondback Fitness, Inc. is a subsidiary of Raleigh America, Inc. a company best known for its bicycles. The Diamondback brand includes road bikes, mountain bikes, elliptical trainers, and other cardiovascular training equipment. Company headquarters are in Kent, Washington.
Diamondback’s current elliptical trainers include three models: the 500Er, 900Er, and 1260Ef. Each is named to reflect its drive. Er machines have rear drives and Ef machines have front drives. Of the three machines, only the 1260Ef fares well against other mid-priced ellipticals.
Features of Diamondback Elliptical Trainers
Overall Rating for Diamondback Elliptical Trainers
Diamondback’s 1260Ef is an overall impressive cross trainer, but it has a disappointing warranty. The brand’s simpler models – the 500Er and 900Er – are no match for competitors in the same price category.
If the 1260Ef isn’t right for you, then check out brands such as Schwinn, Sole, Smooth, and Precor. Many of their elliptical trainers include adjustable strides, inclines, advanced programming, and audiovisual entertainment options.