|Model (click on link for review)||Rating||Lowest Price Online|
|Livestrong LS15.0E Elliptical||$1,499.99|
|LiveStrong E1x Commercial-Grade Elliptical||$|
|Livestrong LS13.0E Elliptical||$1,299.99|
|Livestrong LS10.0E Elliptical||$919.99|
|Livestrong LS8.0E Elliptical||$799.99|
|Livestrong LS12.9E Elliptical||$|
|Livestrong LS9.9E Elliptical||$|
|Livestrong LS7.9E Elliptical||$|
Livestrong ellipticals are manufactured in Taiwan and China by Johnson Health Technology, a multinational company that also produces Horizon ellipticals and several other lines of fitness equipment. The Livestrong brand is endorsed by Lance Armstrong, a professional cyclist and Tour de France winner. A percentage of profits from Livestrong cross trainers are donated to the Lance Armstrong Foundation for cancer research and activism.
NOTE: Johnson recalled about 18,000 Livestrong and Horizon ellipticals in January 2010 in response to many reports of foot pedal disengagements. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled product, but if you’re considering buying a used Livestrong elliptical, then be sure to look for its serial number on this government list.
Brand Features of Livestrong Ellipticals
Overall Rating for Livestrong Elliptical Trainers
These machines look good on paper, but customers’ actual experiences with the machines aren’t as rosy. It’s great to have zero space between pedals – but plenty of space will appear if the pedals break off! Even after the recall, customers complain of cheap parts and wobbly machines. The Livestrong elliptical frame is a great base, but the company needs to top it off with equally decent parts. Even their top-of-the-line model has unfortunately had reports of broken parts that are unrelated to the January 2010 recall.