The Weslo 620 has been discontinued.
We suggest you to consider the Body Rider 2 in 1 as a cheap alternative, similar in price and quality to Weslo. However, we suggest you to add a few dollars more and get much better machine which will last for years - the Horizon EX59.
Weslo 620 Elliptical Machine Review
In our quest for the best cheap elliptical machines, we came across the Weslo Momentum 620. We've tested it for a while and made a short review about what we found. It is one of the cheapest elliptical cross trainers on the market. Although there are a few machines on the market that are even cheaper than this one, they can not be considered serious elliptical trainers, at all. Mostly they are just bad copies made of poor quality parts suffering from frequent breakdowns. Anyway, let's see what this cheap elliptical machine by Weslo has to offer. Although its small size can cause negative reviews, someone could say it is a perfect feature for those who do not have much space at home. With a small footprint, the Weslo Momentum 620 easily fits in the corner of any bedroom. It is equipped with the smooth SMR® digital resistance and oversized pedals. The computer console features a built-in tpulse sensor and an LCD with large digital numbers. It has 2 preloaded workout programs. Everything on this machine is simple. Now, if you expect us to tell you to buy or not to buy Weslo Momentum 620, it's up to you. Each person has specific needs. All members of my family are very active and all of them use an elliptical treiner everyday. I would rather go for the Exerpeutic 1000xl magnetic elliptical, or even will add more money and order stronger and a bit expensive machine such as Horizon Fitness EX59. Anyway, the Weslo Momentum 620 is an acceptable option for those who want to lose weight and stay in shape without spending much money.
Weslo 620 is covered with a poor warranty. It includes a 90-day parts and labor warranty.