Is The Sportstech CX610 Cross Trainer As Functional As It Is Smart?
The Sportstech CX610 Cross Trainer looks like your typical gym-style cross trainer on the surface. It has a nice grey, black and red colour scheme on a good frame, housing for the 18kg flywheel and mechanics and the large footplates.
Underneath, there is a lot going on with the mechanisms, smart tech and other features. This machine uses Bluetooth, magnetic resistance and braking systems, a whisper ripped belt rear-drive system and other features for what should be an impressive experience. Are users impressed by this product’s capabilities, or is this all for show?