Vision Fitness ( received a "Best Buy" rating in the January/February 2013 issue of Consumers Digest, a leading consumer magazine that provides the general consumer with product reviews focusing on convenience, safety and value. The X10 Elliptical Trainer received a "Best Buy" in the economy elliptical category.

“We’ve been honored to receive ‘Best Buy’ awards from Consumers Digest in the past, and this occurrence is no exception,” said Gary Peak, executive vice president of specialty for Johnson Health Tech NA. “With more than 15 years of creating high-quality home fitness equipment with exceptional design and useful features, we feel this award speaks to our dedication to deliver an unmatched value to consumers.”

The performance/value message is clearly emphasized in Consumers Digest's review of the X10 Elliptical Trainer. The magazine reports that the X10 has “the smoothest and most stable performance” among other economy models “because of its 20-inch stride length and 21-pound flywheel.” The X10 also features contact heart-rate grips on the handles, which Consumers Digest remarks, “is a rare feature among economy models.”

Over the years, Vision products have received over 50 “Best Buys” from leading consumer review publications. For more information about Vision Fitness and its complete offering of products, visit For more information about Consumers Digest and its fitness equipment review, visit

About Vision Fitness
Vision Fitness is the premier specialty fitness brand of Johnson Health Tech, the third largest fitness equipment manufacturer in the world. In addition to Vision, Johnson Health Tech is home to some of the most respected brands in the fitness industry, including: Matrix, AFG and Horizon. The company manufactures a wide assortment of fitness equipment for both commercial and residential use, including treadmills, elliptical trainers, exercise bikes and strength training equipment.

About Consumers Digest
Consumers Digest provides the general consumer with product reviews emphasizing convenience, safety and value. It aims to make readers as informed as possible ahead of their purchase of a product or service, so they can spend their money wisely. Regularly featured product areas include personal finance, medical advances, electronic equipment, automobiles, food and insurance.