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    Help me spend $5000!

    OK, my insurance won't pay for the Easystand 6000 (too expensive) but will buy me $5000 (Canadian $) worth of exercise equipment. I'm thinking the Vitaglide, but what else?

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    Theres an Easystand 5000 on eBay for $1500. Thats where I bought mine.

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    Get an Easystand 5000, a stander is much more useful than any other kind of excersize equipment. If there is anything left over, get the nicest saratoga cycle you can get.

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    They won't buy 2nd hand and I need areobic calorie burning exercise. Tey won't buy a standing frame as they don't consider it exercise (which is why I wanted the 6000)

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    Uppertone and a Saratoga cycle.

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    How much room have you got? Check out my thread in the exercise forum,you can see how little space the Saratoga takes up and how much room you need for an uppertone..Like Mike,i recomend both..

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    I like the uppertone but don't have that much room.

    Has anyone tried the Equalizer Single Stack products (here)

    And why the Saratoga vs. the Vitaglide (here)?

    Just curious. I'm not looking to get ripped, just to lose weight and get in shape.

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    I know someone who can get you a brand new 6000 glider for way less then $5000.
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    Ask a neuro-physiotherapist what is most useful to you, then have her/him write you a letter of justification to the insurance company. They should OK it then.

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    Originally posted by Emi:

    I like the uppertone but don't have that much room.

    Has anyone tried the Equalizer Single Stack products (http://store.accesstr.com/page.cfm/PageID/63)

    And why the Saratoga vs. the Vitaglide (http://store.accesstr.com/page.cfm/PageID/185)?

    Just curious. I'm not looking to get ripped, just to lose weight and get in shape.

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    saratoga and vitaglide, sara for cardio, then tighten the vita for muscle toning. both take up little space. or the new saratoga, i th9ink it 3k, it wo5rks like a treadmill, it adjusts its tension based on the exercise prog you select.

    uppertone is by far5 the best bang for your buck if u have room

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