Best 3 Elite Trainers Reviewed
When it comes to finding a decent turbo trainer there are certain brands that are known and trusted. One of those brands is Elite. Elite has a range of different trainers on the market at the moment, each of them offering something different.
If you are planning on buying an Elite turbo trainer, then it is definitely a good idea to compare the most popular models in order to see which one will work the best for you personally.
Of course, this can take a long time to do and it is a lot of work. In order to make things easier for you, we have tested and reviewed what we think are the top 3 turbo trainers on the market right now. Please read on below for our thoughts.
1. Elite Novo Force Review – The Best Choice
Features: 8 Levels of Resistance – Handlebar Resistance Selector – Bluetooth – 59 x 22.4 x 58.8 cm – 9.86kg
- Really stylish high quality frame.
- The 8 levels of resistance make it easy to vary the intensity of your workout.
- The handlebar resistance selector makes adjusting the resistance easy.
- It is bluetooth enabled so it can be used with third party cycling apps.
- It is a little expensive.
The Elite Novo Force Review
Straight out of the box, we wanted to take a look at the quality of this Elite turbo trainer. We have tested Elite models in the past and always been really happy with the quality of the materials used and the same can be said about this one.
The Elite Novo Force has a very lightweight but very durable frame. What we really liked about the design of this turbo trainer is how stylish it is. In red and white it looks fantastic. Now, onto the actual testing part.
First of all, we wanted to try out each of the 8 levels of resistance. We were really happy to find that all 8 were relatively quiet. What we really liked is that we were able to massively vary the intensity of our workout. One of the best features is the handlebar resistance selector.
We found that this made changing the resistance much easier than it would usually be. The final plus point for us was the fact that this turbo trainer is bluetooth compatible so you can use third party cycling apps with it.
The Elite Novo Force is a little on the expensive side, but given all of the fantastic features that you get, we definitely feel that it is worth the extra money.
2. Elite Qubo Power Mag Pack Trainer Review
Features: 8 Levels of Resistance – Handlebar Resistance Selector – Bluetooth – Foldable – 15kg
- Easy to assemble and set up ready for use.
- 8 levels of resistance and useful handlebar resistance selector.
- The frame is foldable so storing it is easy.
- Again, this model is quite expensive.
- Some of the higher resistance levels can get quite noisy.
The Qubo Power Mag Pack Trainer Review
With this Elite Turbo Trainer, the first thing that we needed to do was to assemble it before we could get a good look at it and test it out. Fortunately, this was really easy. We actually had the trainer set up and ready to test out within less than half an hour.
Whilst we still like the design of the Qubo Power Mag Pack Trainer, we do have to say that it is not as stylish as the previous model. However, it does still have the really nice handlebar resistance selector which we really liked.
All 8 levels of resistance are very good, but we did find that some of the higher levels got a little noisy at times. As well as this, this trainer is still quite expensive. However, it is incredibly robust and the frame is foldable, so if you want something that is easy to store then this may be worth considering.
3. Elite Turbo Muin Roller Review
Features: 2700w of Resistance – Self Adjusting Resistance – Bluetooth – Not Foldable – 68.6 x 40.6 x 30.5 cm – 20.9kg
- Very unique design.
- Super smooth fluid resistance which is self adjusting.
- You can reach very high levels of resistance.
- The Elite Turbo Muin Roller doesn’t fold so storage can be difficult.
The Elite Turbo Muin Roller Review
The final Elite Turbo Trainer that we wanted to add to our list today is the Elite Turbo Muin Roller. We chose to test this one out because of the unique design. We hadn’t seen anything that was really similar to this one before.
Once we had it all assembled, we were ready to test it out. The first thing that we definitely want to point out with this turbo trainer is that you are able to reach very high levels of resistance. In fact, you can reach a maximum of 2700w of resistance.
The super smooth fluid resistance is self adjusting which we found made training a lot easier because there was no need to mess around with handlebar resistance selectors; we were able to just focus on training.
The only downside with this particular Elite turbo trainer is that it is not foldable, so storing it may be a bit difficult if you are low on space. However, we would definitely recommend it as an option to consider.
We hope that after reading through our reviews you are now able to choose the best Elite turbo trainer for your needs. All 3 are great options to consider.