Posted on: March 12, 2018 by VERSACLIMBER UK LIMITED

Total body workout machine specialist Versaclimber UK, has announced the launch of its new leasing scheme for gyms, trainers and fitness companies to purchase its products.

Partnering with specialist finance company, Kennet Equipment Leasing, the scheme will allow businesses to purchase equipment without having to commit to the full cost of a machine up front.

Versaclimber UK will advise on the best model and finance option for individual businesses to ensure customers can acquire equipment at a cash flow suitable for them.

Some of the scheme’s benefits include options for equipment upgrades and requires no finance deposit or large upfront payments, enabling businesses to spread the cost of a machine.

Bought without a lease, a Versaclimber is £3,995 plus VAT for both the Club and Sport editions, both of which are designed for commercial use.

Neil Kelford, managing director of Versaclimber UK, said:

“The aim of this scheme is to improve the accessibility of these machines to a wider variety of users, from small, independent gyms and businesses, to those wanting to train from the privacy of their own home.

“Previously, we’ve received enquiries about the option of leasing and we’re delighted that we can now offer this option.”

In 2017, Versaclimber UK partnered with London’s ‘Sweat By BXR’ to launch Europe’s first Versaclimber group training class, the concept which has been growing in popularity ever §since. With widespread interest from gyms, this scheme looks to support the expansion of group classes by helping businesses purchase in bulk under the new financing options.

The Versaclimber offers a full body workout that targets all muscle groups and provides a low impact alternative to the treadmill that is suitable to all levels of fitness. Its latest version of the machine comes equipped with contra-lateral movements, otherwise known as the ‘cross-crawl’.

Most recently, TV-presenter, Phil Spencer, chose the machine to aid his training for the four-day ‘Everest In The Alps’ challenge, as well as tennis star Andy Murray, to assist with his rehabilitation ahead of this year’s grass-court season.

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