Exerpeutic Aero Air Review

Exerpeutic Aero Air Review

Almost everyone likes the idea of owning an elliptical trainer but what often puts a break on their wish is the high cost involved. In truth, no one want’s to break their bank when all they can afford is a fraction of this huge prices.

What you will be glad to have discovered today is that you still have a chance to a good workout for really low price. Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical is the cheapest elliptical you will ever come across, a fact that has put it on a list of the best-selling elliptical machines of our times.

Even with its little price, this machine carries some features that you always won’t find on other budget elliptical machines. Does this make you curious? Well, it should.

Perhaps you are wondering if this bargain rate carries any value, your doubts will be cleared in a few minutes to come.


Product Description

Looks and price alone have never guided anyone to making a smart choice. For this elliptical machine, you will have to go further than this two factors so as to see its true potential. Keep reading to find out.

 Resistance/ Workout options

Resistance on this trainer comes from magnetic tension. One great thing about magnetic resistance is that you can find what suits your training goals by adjusting the resistance levels. With the Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical, you will be able to workout at higher resistance levels enabling you to enhance your strength and stamina.  To adjust the resistance level, you only need to tap the tension knob. Some people find this a little bit old school but the most important thing is that it gets the job done well.

Very few elliptical machines have the capacity to work both your upper and lower point for this kind of budget. But Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical is one of the low-priced elliptical machines that offers its users a complete body workout. This it does with the help of the dual action arms. While your upper body gets toned with this arms, your lower body will be reaping huge from the running on the fitness machine.

Half body workouts is actually the least you should expect from an elliptical machine regardless of its price.

Console Unit

Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical packs an LCD display that is not only easy to read but also able to serve you all the data you need to keep track of your workout. Some of the workout data you can expect from this machine include:

  • Distance
  • Time
  • Speed
  • Calories burned

At its price, the Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical’s console doesn’t pack many fancy amenities but with the little it has, you still have a great chance of toning up and evening shaving off that extra nagging pound.

 Build quality/ Design

With its small frame, this machine can hold users weighing up to 260 lbs. You may be pushed to doubt when you examine its little weight and even be tempted to conclude that it’s made of cheaper materials but that’s far from being right. Exerpeutic as a brand is reputable for its quality and strong fitness machines. That means that Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical is just one of the brand’s many sturdy fitness machines.

One thing you have to keep in mind nonetheless is that some of its parts are quite flimsy.

Being a compact machine, expect this machine to be fair to your workout space. In fact, you can easily keep it in your closet as it’s only 33″ in length. Lifting it is as easy as carrying your teenage kid as the machine only weighs 55 pounds. Better still, it includes transport wheels to enable you push it around with ease.


The footplates for this machines are relatively large so as to keep your foot in a comfortable position. It also has ridges that ensure your feet don’t slip off when you are working out. You realize that this is a combination of safety and comfort, a feature that is without a doubt remarkable for a budget elliptical machine.

Assembly and Warranty

Included in the package is a step by step comprehensive manual together with tools that will ensure you put this machine together with ease. A good number of users admit that assembling it as relatively easy. The whole process can take you almost 45 minutes.

Here’s a breakdown of the warranty information:

  • Frame-1 year warranty
  • Parts- 90-day warranty

As we mentioned earlier, the Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical can take users as heavy as 260 lbs. Interesting to note, however, is that users weighing up to 300 lbs admitted to having used the machine without experiencing any problem. However if there were to be any problems from this it will likely not be covered by any warranty.


Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical has so far not been alone in sharing the pride of being a quality and affordable elliptical trainer. Coming very close is the Stamina In-Motion trainer and the Body Rider BRD2000.

Stamina In-Motion Elliptical trainer comes at a price quite lower than that of the Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical. Just like the Aero Air, Stamina In-motion also packs a compact design. But unlike the Aero Air, the machine only has foot pedals implying that it offers a half-body workout. Technologically, all share a console that is almost similar in performance.

Body Rider BRD2000 comes at a price slightly higher than that of Exerpeutic Aero Air Elliptical. It gets an edge over the Aero Air due to its 2-in1 design and tough build quality. It also has a cooling fan, unlike the Aero Air. Nonetheless, rest of the features are almost same and so a user can decide which one to have between the two based on how they want their training. If you are looking for something a bit more higher end make sure to also have a look at the Exerpeutic 5000.