Ab Doer 360 Cost


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 15, 2018

The Ab Doer 360, invented by John Abdo, a professional strength and conditioning coach for the Olympic teams, is a light and compact workout system that is said to help tighten your muscles, tone your abs and burn calories, all while performing fun and easy-to-do movements, known as Abdobics.

Having been around for a few years now, often seen via television infomercials, the company notes it has served more than three million people throughout the world.

How much does the Ab Doer 360 cost?

The cost of the Ab Doer 360 machine will essentially depend on where you purchase, with the average price being about $220 if you were to purchase from a third-party website such as Amazon.com or Walmart, for example.

If you were to purchase from the official website, however, you are offered three payment options:  either a one-time payment of $199.80 with no trial offer option, a one-time payment of 199.80 plus a $14.75 trial offer or four payments of $49.95 plus the $14.75 trial offer.

The trial offer, if you wanted to take advantage of it, allows you to use the machine for 30 days for the $14.95, and if you find out you do not like it for any reason, you’re able to return it for a full price refund, but it is said you will have to pay for the return shipping, with one reviewer online stating he had to pay $65 for shipping.

In the end, be prepared to spend about $200 to $220 for a brand new machine from just about any online retailer.




What’s included in the price?

Aside from the Ab Doer 360, all customers, if purchased from the official company’s website, will include a quick start guide, a nutritional guide with recommended healthy recipes, motivational calendar and a full-length instructional DVD that includes multiple workouts for any fitness level user to show you how to effectively use the machine.  According to the website, this is said to be a $100 value and is considered to be a “free bonus gift” with your purchase.  As with any promotion, however, this is subject to change.

For an additional fee, we talked with the company and they did say you could purchase a two-year warranty for $30, but outside of this, the machine does come with a standard one-year warranty against any manufacturer defects.

How does the Ab Doer 360 work?

The padded seat, according to the company, is said to automatically engage your muscles to provide you with the best results.  The comfort seat, while in position, will help take off any pressure felt from your hip joints, pelvis, and tailbone, and the abductor grip will be able to support your thighs as you swivel on the machine.

On the rear of the Ab Doer 360 seat, it implements Multidirectional Technology, which is designed to stimulate your core muscles, including your abs, back and obliques, and the dual foam roller system, also attached to the back of the seat, massages your core and spinal muscles as you shift back and forth.

The last part of the machine, the elevated bars, will help keep your body aligned as you’re performing the recommended exercises to ensure you do not put your back in an awkward position which may cause some discomfort.

To use the machine once put together, it is known to be quite easy and will come naturally as you go along with the workouts on the DVD that comes with it.

Ab Doer 360 reviews

At the time of this publishing, the official Amazon.com listing had a total of 94 reviews with a 3.5 star out of five rating.  The most helpful review on the Amazon page gave it a two-star rating and noted the product was easy to assemble; however, it did not offer enough resistance for a good workout and because of this, they had to purchase additional resistance separately.  Another review, the second most helpful review, stated it was great for those who are looking for a range of movements, with the reviewer, in particular, having a hard time balancing due to hip replacements and a broken leg in the past.

On HSN.com, 13 customers gave the system a 4.8 out of 5, with the top reviewer talking about the ease of assembly and the improvement in her tighter stomach and toned arms.

45 reviewers on TVStuffReviews.com gave it a 2.7 out of 5, with the reviews being mixed.  Some complained about the poor construction of the machine and the customer service, while the positive claims talked about the ease of use and the fat reduction noted after using it for a few weeks.

Tips to know

The machine has a 300-pound weight limit and is suitable for various heights by elevating the position of the contouring arm bars.

It requires no tools to assemble and can be done in as little as 15 minutes with its simple-to-read instructions.

Aside from the DVD that comes with the machine, there are multiple workout videos available online via Youtube.  Best of all, they are free to use and can mix things up if you’re bored of the DVD at home.

Even though the machine may seem “compact,” it’s not recommended for travel as it is not as portable as you may think.


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