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Smooth Fitness CE2.1 Elliptical Trainer

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  • Ergonomic, Pivoting Foot Pedal - Your ankle, knee and hip move fluidly in a completely natural motion with no jarring or jerking
  • 18" Stride: Creating a SMOOTH fluid motion
  • Upper and Lower Body Workout - Dual-action motion handles for an overall resistance routine that helps you lose weight and tone muscle
  • Heavy Gauge Oval Steel Frame - Five-inch oval tubing adds style as well as durability and strength to the CE 2.1.
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty on the frame and braking system; 2-year warranty on all parts and one year of in-home service

Product Description

The original Smooth CE elliptical exerciser set the bar by delivering performance that was sturdy, stable and smooth. Like the original CE, the CE 2.1 has the same completely silent mechanisms and ultra-smooth ride that live up to the Smooth Fitness name. But now the CE 2.1 also offers commercial-level durability and advanced technology that results in a completely natural feel and impact-free workout.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 76 x 26 x 67 inches ; 175 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 192 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.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0017O54TU
  • Item model number: SME-CE-21
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,123,520 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. L. MURPHY on August 22, 2008
Only had it a week but appears to be well-made and quiet. However I would upgrade to the next level for the controls and matrix screens. The LCD is mediocre at best and the computer is difficult to read for settings. The two units are mechanically identical, so performance is not an issue. 4 stars for the product, not for Smooth Fitness as a company.

Make sure you track all transactions with Smooth Fitness. Smooth Fitness attempted to send a used unit, but I caught the price difference and called/emailed them on it. Not a big deal, but...

Another order for a 6.25 treadmill was delivered and turned out to be a used machine that was partially packaged. The treadmill was upside down in the box with missing and broken Styrofoam pieces. Obviously, it was a customer return that was never tested or repackaged. The huge box was in good shape with no dents, no cuts, no holes. The delivery issues are the result of Smooth Fitness sending a used rather than a new unit for which I paid. This is the second time that Smooth Fitness has done a "bait and switch". Good equipment, but not a company with which I choose to do business.
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I can't believe how quiet and smooth these ellipticals are! There is absolutely no sound at all created by using my elliptical. No fighting to hear the tv, no annoying clunking, clacking, or squeaking. The only thing is the stride is a bit short & I have to be careful not to bang my knees on the handle assembly. I have the very low-end model so I think for a bit more money the higher end ones have a longer stride. FYI I'm 5'9". The movement is super smooth too. These are a bit pricey (I got mine used very reasonably) but they are so much better than the ones you'll see at most stores (Proform, Nordic Track, Weslo). They're not quite like the high tech ones at the gym, but for home use on a snowy day they're more than adequate!! Highly recommended!
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By Goldenbough on July 27, 2009
I really like the 2.1 and have been using it for about seven months. It was easy for me to put together (to my wife's amazement) and it's well-made and of high quality. The stickers did come off, but a little super glue took care of that. It took me a few days to get used to the elliptical movement, but I use it regularly for cross training and to prevent/recover from running overuse injuries. It's been a life saver when I haven't been able to run. The 2.1 is basically the same machine as the 3.2 without the heart rate monitor and the fancier computer. I have a dedicated heart rate monitor which gives me all the information I need, so the additional cost for the 3.2 was unnecessary. The computer on the 2.1 is sketchy, but none of the computers on any of the ellipticals (at least the ones I've tried) are accurate or dependable. I also find the (9) preset programs unnecessary. I start the workout with the time set for ninety minutes and adjust the intensity levels manually with a quick press of a button, and go as long as I like. It's pretty much a seamless operation to change the intensity levels while working out. I can get a heck of a workout, and I can raise my heart rate as high as I like--when I'm doing a long distance run, my HR is usually LOWER on the run than on the elliptical. Although the 2.1 workout is often more intense than many of my runs, it doesn't feel as difficult even though my heart rate is higher than when I'm running. Exercising at 90% of my maximum HR feels easier on the 2.1 (though not easy) than on a run. Basically I use the 2.1 as a manually operated adjustable machine, and for that, I couldn't have chosen a better one. I particularly like that the movement can be forward or backwards. I usually cool down in reverse motion, which probably balances my muscles a bit.Read more ›
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I spent a lot of time looking for a piece of exercise equipment that I could use at home to get me to work out on a regular basis while doing something I enjoy more, like watching TV. After nearly purchasing a treadmill, I went back and found this. A treadmill, I found out after I ordered, would need electricity requirements I could not reasonably provide in my home. I did some more research and bought this elliptical based on reviews for the company's product quality and quietness.

This has been an exceptional purchase having now owned it for about a month. I went with free super saver shipping and got an extra $100 off with a rebate Amazon had at the time. It was delivered very quickly (I think only about 3-4 business days from the purchase date) and I was surprised after reading some reviews for equipment like this that my delivery person helped bring it into my house to the location I wanted to set it up. Mind you, my house is a small 850 sq/ft one floor place. There would have been no way to move it into the house on my own.

I put the entire thing together, cleaned up, & broke down the huge box all in about 3-4 hrs. while the TV was on in the background. I also took a short lunch break included in that time. I'm a small, 135lb 5ft 6in male and was able to assemble the entire thing myself. That said, it was far from easy and I would recommend having two people work together on it as some steps are very awkward or heavy to maneuver with one person. Notably, the flywheel portion of the trainer, it probably weighs upwards of 140lbs on its own. Thus, I had to tip the box carefully over on its side and basically drag the thing out sideways to get it free from the box.
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