Hers MS 93 Stepper with Handle

  • Durable steel Frame
  • Extra wide foot print for superb stability
  • LCD display helps keep track of your workout.
  • Stabilizing handlebar for added support
  • Height adjustable to control difficulty of step motion

Product Description
The HERS Mini Stepper provides a great cardiovascular workout in a small compact design. The stepper offers a low-impact stepping workout which will tone your calves, thighs and buttocks while the digital LCD display helps keep track of your calories, time, reps and rate…. More detail…>>
Hers MS 93 Stepper with Handle

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5 Responses to “Hers MS 93 Stepper with Handle”

  1. Carol Ann Mcgarrity Says:

    This is the best equipment I have ever had. 1) It appears to have been made in the USA. 2) The price was great. 3) It works better than any other mini stepper I have ever had and believe me, I have had them all.

    I am diabetic and control the disease by working out at least 45 minutes everyday which puts a strain on a mini stepper. This stepper, unlike others, can be adjusted up or down.

    So far every stepper, the Wagan, Stamina, etc. etc and they have all broken. This machine is constructed so that all parts can be replaced if necessary. This is great. Thanks to Target for carrying the Marcy MS 93 Stepper with Handle.

    The only negative is that they choose to use a monitor gauge made in China that has not worked from the start. But I can live with that.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Spurgeon Secrest Says:

    I’m addicted to this chine. I’m 64 yrs old and have tried the AB-DOER, the AB-Lounger, a Weider total gym, and free weights and none of them worked at all. I weighed 206 when I started using this about 2 months ago (actually, I had one just before buying this one, but the cable came off of the pulley and I couldn’t get in back on and the company I bought it from (Fingerhut) wouldn’t do anything about it), I now weigh 176. I turn on some music and step away in beat.I’ve found that my Fleetwood Mac cd is best. Enjoy
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Pamela Says:

    I bought this as a back up for when I can’t walk outside. I put it together fairly easily and I am challenged in this area! This stepper is challenging; I weigh about 105 pounds and it takes some effort to push the pedals down. The handle is nice for balance and you can adjust the height of the pedals. It takes up only a small area in your home. I only wish the tension could be adjusted as well. I would recommend this stepper.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. N. Roozenburg Says:

    Up until today I was totally lovin’ this stepper. I run in the summer but when the snow flies I hybernate indoors and was looking for a way to stay in shape over the winter. Well, today I was 40 minutes into my workout and the steps would only come about 3 inches off the ground. I turned it over and the pulley was split…just like the hamburger mentioned in the earlier post. I have not contacted the company but I bought this stepper on 12/20/09, not even two months ago, and have used it maybe 20-30 times but recently did a couple of workouts in excess of 30 minutes. Maybe it was too much for it to handle. Hopefully the replacement process will be hastle free and come quickly…I did find that the opposite side of the pulley was not split so I spun it around…after taking it apart to get the cable unstuck and reassembled it with the unsplit side outward so the cable would not bury itself in between causing the steps to fail. It worked – so I can still use it while the part ships.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. Ima Reader Says:

    I had the stepper for a week, and had used it for a total of 2 hours, when the pedal height and resistance failed. Turns out the pulley wheel had split down the middle like a hamburger bun. IMEX is sending a replacement part, free of charge. I’ll see if the problem recurs and report back. I hope it was just a weak part, because while the stepper worked, it was awesome. UPDATE: the replacement pulley wheel cracked after roughly 1 hour of cumulative use. I am sending this machine back. Too bad.
    Rating: 1 / 5


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