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Stamina Products, Inc. was founded in 1987. They obviously didn’t start out making ellipticals back then, but they’ve added different exercise products to their line-up over time. They have many exercise machines from trampolines to ellipticals and treadmills.

Per our latest Stamina elliptical reviews, they are currently offering a number of different elliptical choices. There is the entry level, very popular InMotion series, with a few models to choose from. The most basic features only the stride pedals, so in order to use it you can either sit down in a chair or stand and balance yourself. There is also a model that has handlebars so you can hold on in the typical way, and one with arm bands that you can work out with while you’re on it.

For those looking for a more typical elliptical, Stamina offers the Avari line. The entry level is the compact elliptical trainer. This is a very bare bones model that is essentially an InMotion trainer with regular elliptical handles. You have a simple readout for calories, exercise time and strides per minute, the ability to go forwards and backwards and it’s compact so it works no matter what kind of space you have.

At the higher end you have the Avari Magnetic Elliptical, which offers a few more features including dual action handlebars, adjustable pedals, heart rate monitoring and an mp3 holder. These are not the greatest machines and in our opinion there are better choices at this price level, currently about $600-$700. It only has a 14″ stride, which is extremely short and won’t work for taller users. They are not the most well-constructed ellipticals either.

You can check out all of their latest elliptical trainers at special sale prices and compare models here.

This brand is generally viewed in a negative way by experts. Not just that their machines offer nothing new or any cool features. The main issue with this brand is the fact that their warranties are extremely short when compared to others’. They all have the same warranty of 90 days parts and 3 years frame. This warranty is extremely sub-par when you look at warranties by other brands. An elliptical’s warranty speaks volumes about the quality of that elliptical.

But on the flip side, for the most part users tend to be very happy with these ellipticals, especially the very popular InMotion series that you can read about below. If you are going to go with Stamina, you’re probably best off with these rather than the more expensive Avari series, which just doesn’t stack up to other ellipticals in that price range.

Stamina Elliptical Reviews

Stamina Avari E090 Magnetic Elliptical
Stamina Avari E090 Magnetic Elliptical
PRICE: $449.99
RATING: One Star
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Stamina Avari Magnetic Elliptical
Stamina Avari Magnetic Elliptical
PRICE: $599.99
RATING: Two Stars
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Stamina InMotion Elliptical
Stamina InMotion Elliptical
PRICE: $219.99
RATING: One Star
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Stamina Total Body Pro Elliptical
Stamina Total Body Pro Elliptical
PRICE: $299.99
RATING: One Star
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Stamina Avari E175
Stamina Avari E175
PRICE: $749.99
RATING: Two Stars
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Stamina Avari E705
Stamina Avari E705
PRICE: $699.99
RATING: One and a Half Stars
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