Precor AMT Model Comparison Chart + What is Open Stride?
Precor AMT Open Stride vs Non Open Stride
• Non Open Stride has a max stride length of 27". Open Stride has a max stride length of 36".
• Non Open Stride has a fixed stride height. Open stride has an adjustable stride height from 6.8 inches to 10 inches (17 to 25 cm) across 5 Open Stride™ Levels.
• Non Open Stride machines were the first generation of AMT's. While Non Open Stride machines will still work after years of use, they will feel looser and have more play in them as pivot points wear out. Open Stride machines were introduced in 2012 to fix these first-generation design flaws when the Non Open Stride machines were discontinued.
More info on Open Stride Technology here. Video of differences of p80 and P82 Console.
• Open Stride lets you not only change the length of your stride but also the height, providing an infinite variety of motion paths. • Go vertical and it’s a stepper. Increase resistance and it’s a climber. Then go more horizontal and walk, jog or sprint with a stride length that goes up to 36 inches (91 cm). • Open Stride™ is a unique feature that allows exercisers to adjust their stride height from 6.8 to 10 inches (17 to 25 cm) and dynamically change their stride length from zero to 36 inches (0 to 91 cm), providing an infinite range of motion paths to engage several muscle groups. • In addition, users can make their workout easier or harder by adjusting the resistance, there are 20 levels to choose from.
Open Stride technology allows you to adjust your stride length on the fly, without settings, creating a whole new "WOW" for a workout. It is NEWER, MORE RELIABLE, and it ADAPTS to you!
P80 vs P82 Console
P80 vs P82: The only difference is in the console itself, as the p82 is slightly newer.
It has added features like WiFi, Blue Tooth, a USB charging port. It's faster, and has a slightly higher resolution screen.
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