Jacobs Ladder Stairway GTL
COMES FULLY ASSEMBLED
Built for the Gym, Sized for the Home.
We not only removed the waist belt – so the user controls the speed from the display – but we left it self-powered. It also is impossible to cheat. It’s unique closed loop control keeps the speed level even when you are tired and leaning on the handle. It is a revolutionary stair climber not only in speed control but it maintains the size of Stairway making it available to fit where other stair climbers won’t. Stairway GTL is easy, simple and smart!
Frame: Welded Tubular Steel
Weight: 300 lbs.
Stairs: Steel with Polyvinyl Tread
Case: ABS Plastic
Handle: Powder-coated Steel Tube
Ceiling Height: 8.5 Feet
Digital Readouts: Elapsed Time, Steps Climbed, Rate (Steps/Min), Calorie Burn, Heart Rate (wireless)
Warranty: 4 Years Parts / 1 Year Labor
32” x 60” x 80” 395 lbs.
Shipping Density: 4.444 lbs./ft3
Stairway GTL takes stair climbing workouts to the next level. With the latest model, there’s no need to wear a waist belt – instead, speed and intensity are fully driven by how fast you climb. The Stairway GTL really is your stairway to a heavenly body.
CLOSED LOOP SPEED CONTROL
Stairway GTL uses a proprietary closed loop speed control where you control the speed by the display. Simple up/down buttons control the speed. Stairway GTL knows your weight and adjusts the workout to your body.
EASY TO STEP ON AND OFF
The initial step is only 11″ off the ground, making it easy to get on and off the machine.
The self-powered Stairway is only 30.5” wide, allowing it to be placed where most stair climbers wouldn’t fit.
"Very different than any other cardio piece, easy to use, easy to control, easy screen functions. Tension belt control/brake allows the user to maintain at their comfort level. Our unit has been very durable."
Jacob's Ladder Stairway Features & Specifications
|Stairs||Steel with poly-vinyl tread|
|Handle||Power-coated steel tube|
|Ceiling height requirement||8.5 feet|
|Step Height||Initial step is only 11 inches off the ground - one of the lowest steps on the market|
|Digital readouts||Elapsed time, how many feet were climbed, Rate (steps/min), Calorie burn|
|Frame||Welded tubular steel|