The T5XRW is our most inclusive cross trainer featuring a 22 inch-wide (56 cm) seat.
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The T5XRW features a 22-inch (56 cm) wide seat to accommodate larger users and provide more space for users with limited mobility to transfer onto the machine. The seat rotates 360 degrees and locks every 45 degrees to allow user access onto the seat from any angle. For added comfort, the seat back reclines an additional 10 degrees.
StrideLockTM locks arm handles and leg pedals in place, making it easier for users to get on and off.
The T5XRW features two adjustable straps on each pedal to keep feet stable and securely in place during exercise. Can be stored under pedals when not in use.
Model shown with Flex Foot System, an optional accessory for dorsi-plantar flexion.
Arm handles, with easy-to-use clamshell release levers, adjust in length up to 18″ (46) and ergonomically shaped, molded rubber hand grips rotate 40 degrees for optimum upper body positioning during a workout.
The easy-to-read LCD color display allows users to change resistance levels, select from 13 workout programs and view their current workout stats in time, distance, calories, watts or METs.
*IMPORTANT DELIVERY NOTE for customers ordering a T5, T5XR or T5XRW model for their home. If delivery personnel must take the unit up or down a flight of stairs and/or move the unit around a tight corner, please inform your sales rep at the time of purchase, as this may may require different packaging (2 boxes). Additional charges may apply. If you are purchasing online, please contact us at 800-322-2209 before placing your order.
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