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Sole Fitness E35 Elliptical Machine (Previous Years Model)

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  • Elliptical trainer with heavy 25-pound flywheel for smooth performance
  • Power incline feature adds resistance while targeting different muscle groups
  • Vibrant 6.5-inch blue LCD display tracks time, distance, calories, and resistance
  • Integrated sound system; oversized, custom-designed foot pedals
  • Built-in cooling fans; 375-pound capacity; weighs 200 pounds
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Product Description

Product Description

The E35 elliptical from Sole® is a value in every sense of the word. It's designed with an easy-to-use console that features a vibrant LCD console, and a built-in cooling fan and water bottle holder offer total convenience. Fluid, natural motion is provided by the whisper-quiet drive system, while the combination of a 25-lb flywheel and high gear ratio ensures a smooth feel with plenty of top-end resistance.

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Rated a "best buy" by leading consumer websites and magazines, the Sole E35 elliptical trainer delivers an efficient full-body workout in the comfort of your bedroom, basement, or garage. The E35 is equipped with a heavy 25-pound flywheel, a high gear ratio not found on most comparable models, and a whisper-quiet drive system.


The E35's console includes a vibrant LCD display and an integrated sound system.
As a result, the trainer delivers an extremely fluid performance and plenty of top-end resistance, helping it function like a much more expensive trainer. The E35's power incline feature, meanwhile, boosts resistance even more while targeting different core muscle groups, adding diversity to your workout. Simply press a button to raise the incline ramp to your preferred position. The ramp angle is fully adjustable from a level plane up to 30 degrees, so you can individually target and work all major lower body muscles.

The E35 makes it easy to track your workout progress via the vibrant 6.5-inch blue LCD display, which includes windows for resistance, time, distance, calories burned, and pulse. The console also offers a number of handy amenities, including built-in speakers for listening to your iPod or MP3 player, built-in cooling fans, and a water bottle holder.

The E35 comes complete with two heart-rate-controlled workout options, so you can customize the workout specifically to your needs. Throughout your HR workout, the E35 will display a heart rate zone graph on the console while adjusting the resistance to keep you in your target zone (the trainer includes a wireless chest strap that touts a 99.9 percent accuracy rating). The remainder of the time, you can challenge yourself with the six automatic programs or two customizable programs.

To encourage a more comfortable workout, Sole added oversized, custom-designed foot pedals to the E35. Designed in collaboration with a leading physical therapist and sports enthusiast, the pedals feature a 2-degree inward slope, helping reduce the ankle and knee stress that's common in other elliptical machines. In addition, the footbeds are adjustable, so users with different gaits can find the perfect position for their needs. Each foot pedal offers three variable settings and pivots at the toe of the pedal.

Additional features include a pair of stationary handlebars with built-in pulse sensors; adjustable incline and resistance controls built into the arms; and 16 resistance levels.



The E35 includes oversized, custom-designed foot pedals.
Specifications:
  • Stride length: 20 inches
  • Front drive: Yes
  • Resistance type: Eddy Current Braking
  • Resistance levels: 16
  • Adjustable pedals: Yes, 3 positions
  • Upper body: Yes
  • Handgrip: Standard
  • HGP: Yes
  • Telemetry belt: Yes
  • Heart rate control: Yes
  • Power incline: Yes
  • Display: 6.5-inch blue backlit LCD
  • Data: Time, distance, calories, resistance levels
  • Profile matrix: Yes
  • Standard programs: 6
  • User-defined programs: 2
  • Heart rate programs: 2, with chest strap
  • Built-in cooling fans: Yes
  • Water bottle/accessory holders: Yes
  • Capacity: 375 pounds
  • Weight: 200 pounds
  • Warranties: Lifetime on frame; 5 years on parts and electronics; 2 years on labor


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 68 x 34 x 22.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 221 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B003Z4G7EG
  • Item model number: E35-11
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #392,137 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is very smooth and quiet.
Helen
He did it by himself, took about 3 hours max, and said it was very easy to put together.
Straight Shooter
All in all, the E35 is a great product that I can highly recommend.
Andrew Little

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

665 of 669 people found the following review helpful By EmbeddedFlyer on January 26, 2011
Of the "consumer grade" elliptical trainers sold online and in some of the big box stores the E35 is one of the best. I've done a lot of research and the Sole has a smooth solid feel that many of the others (especially less expensive ellipticals) can't match.

The most important thing to remember is the best machine is the one you'll USE. If you have a jerky, clunky, noisy, or otherwise unpleasant elliptical you're less likely to use it regularly.

What you want in an elliptical is a solid frame that doesn't flex much when you really pound on it at higher resistance levels and work hard with your arms. If you try that on a cheaper machine, it will rock, flex, creak, squeek, clunk, etc. The E35 passes this test.

And you want a heavy flywheel (hidden inside) to smooth out the motion so it's not jerky. The resistance should feel constant throughout the stride. The E35 does. Front or rear "drive" doesn't seem to matter much.

You need good bearings at all the pivot joints to avoid "clunks" during the stride and keep it quiet. You also need good wheels that ride on solid tracks. Again, the E35 has all this.

Unless only shorter (as in under 5'10" or so) people will be using it, it's best to have a stride length around 20" not 17-18" like many of the cheaper models. For taller people a shorter stride feels "choppy" and isn't as fluid or pleasant. The E35 has a 20" stride.

The heart rate monitor grips tend not to work all that well when you're moving. That's true of even the $5000 club machines. As your hands move around on the sensors it confuses the electronics so your heart rate isn't that accurate or is only displayed sometimes. If you want accurate heart rate, use a chest strap.
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160 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Hudock on November 10, 2010
I recently purchased the Sole E35 2011 model after spending a few weeks online researching between the Sole, Norditrack, Horizon, and other top models. I then went and tried a few machines out at some local shops, and my choice landed on the E35.

Reasons I chose the E35 over the E25 or E95, was mainly the heavier wheel and the longer unit was the perfect sweet spot. I also was buying this unit for my wife as well.

I have used many precor's and other top models at the gym for years.

I will update this review as time progresses, so here is the recently purchased review.

After two days...

Install, as many others has stated the box unit is extremely heavy and large, very difficult to carry. We were keeping it on a ground level entrance so just two people was enough. It took 2 people about 2 hours to put the machine together. The directions are very good and its virtually impossible to put any part of it together wrong.

After first use, the machine is whisper quiet, and very smooth. I did a 30 minute workout on lowest incline and it was just exactly as you would expect from the machines at the gym. I'm a bigger guy (6'1 270) and it did not shake at all. I tested the MP3/speakers feature and it worked perfectly. The wireless heartrate chest monitor works flawlessly as well and was rather nice since my gym only has the handles.

So far I'm very pleased with my purchase.

I will update this review in a month.
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110 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 2, 2010
Did the usual consumer report/amazon.com/treadmillDR. research and this brand came up with high marks for the cost. Then went to Dick's sporting goods where they have them in stock to check out. Actually ordered one direct from Sole as this was the best price (no tax, free shipping)...I splurged for the "turnkey service". It is an extra 235.00 and meant they would haul it to the second floor of my home and set it up and haul away all debris. WELL WORTH IT. Strikingly at Sole when I placed the order they discouraged this service and said for 100.00 they will deliver it to the room of your choice and "its really easy to put together" I don't think so.....The two professional movers who put together about one of these machines a week said it is challenging and it took them working together 2 solid hours. Soooo, think about that when ordering.

In terms of the machine itself, I have only had it for a week and both I and my 11 year old daughter have used it. I am 240 lb and short, 5 feet, 4 inches....the machine works fine for me both moving forward and backward directions. My partner who is only 5 feet 1 inch also says it works for her. (Shorter folks just grab the handle bars lower down.) It is totally quiet (much more so than my bowflex treadmill which sits next to it). It comes with a heart monitor strap, or you can grab the stationary hand grips and get heart rate that way. Compared to the precor I use at the gym, I find the quality and work out is comparable. Someone said the built in speaker for mp3s was useless. I plugged my ipod in and found it was plenty audible, even when not cranked to full volume. When I asked at Sole if there was any difference between this model and the 2010, they said just the color/quality of the display. So, the older reviews are likely relevant.

Bottom line: ok for the short and fat....worth paying extra to have professionals haul and assemble it.
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Little on January 8, 2011
Updated 2/4: I've had the E35 for close to 6 weeks now and I remain totally impressed.

I've had this Sole E35 now for about 2 weeks and am highly impressed with the quality and workout I get. I have used Precor ellipticals in the past and really like them but there was no way I was going to spend $4K-$5K for one. The E35 is an incredible value of quality and offers an equally outstanding workout. I'm 230Lbs now (with a goal of 195), and I can say the E35 is a very solid machine with a sturdy high quality feel, and the 25Lb flywheel makes it plenty smooth as well. The machine glides in near silence, which I also love.

The screen is large and bright and offers plenty of options and information. You can monitor your pulse with either the hand grips or the chest strap, and both work excellent. Oddly the instructions say it offers 16 levels of resistance, but mine goes to L20. Regardless there are plenty of levels of resistance.

When shopping around I also compared it to the Livestrong 13.0e, which is also a very nice machine. But I was sold on the fact that the Sole has 2 glide rails on each side, rather than 1 like the Livestrong. It seems that 2 rails provides better lateral stability. Also, the display on the Sole is superior.

About Assembly:
I am highly mechanically inclined and very comfortable using hand tools, and it took around 2.5 hours to put together, and I was taking my time and being very careful to do it perfectly. The instructions are well laid out, but the schematics could be a little better if they were printed a little larger. The screws, nuts and bolts are logically packaged and labeled by the steps in the directions.
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