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Sole E35 Elliptical Trainer (2009-2010 Model)

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  • Boasting a heavy 25-pound flywheel
  • Contains unique oversize foot pedals
  • Features a 2-degree inward slope that reduces the ankle and knee stress
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Product Description

Product Description

Easy to use electronic console with blue backlight LCD display. Includes a built-in cooling fan and water bottle holder. Fluid natural motion provided by a whisper quiet drive system. The combination of a heavy 30 lb. flywheel and a high gear ratio not found on comparable models means an extremely smooth feel with plenty of resistance at the top end for a machine that will provide a challenging workout. Upper body exercise provides a total body workout. Stationary handle bars with built-in pulse sensors for monitoring your heart rate. A heart rate chest strap is also included for hands free pulse monitoring and heart rate interactive programs. Oversize foot pedals for a comfortable workout. These unique foot pedals were designed in collaboration with a leading physical therapist and sports enthusiast. Sole engineers have designed in a 2 degree inward slope to the foot pedals which reduce ankle and knee stress that is common in other elliptical machines. The four real wheels which ride on heavy duty rails provide a smoother more stable feel and reduce side to side foot pedal motion. A feature found only on more expensive models

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Enjoy an efficient full-body workout without heading to the gym with the Sole E35 elliptical trainer. Boasting a heavy 25-pound flywheel, a high gear ratio not found on most comparable models, and a pair of upper body handles, the E35 delivers an extremely smooth workout with plenty of top-end resistance. Users will also appreciate the unique oversize foot pedals, which were designed in collaboration with a leading physical therapist and sports enthusiast. The pedals are not only extra large, but also feature a 2-degree inward slope that reduces the ankle and knee stress that's common in other elliptical machines. And thanks to the stationary handle bars with built-in pulse sensors, it's a breeze to monitor your heart rate as you exercise (a chest strap is also included for highly accurate wireless monitoring).

Workout specifics include 16 resistance levels, ten total programs (including one custom program), and a 20-inch stride length. Perhaps the handiest feature from a user perspective, however, is the easy-to-use electronic console, which integrates a blue backlit LCD display, a cooling fan, and a water bottle holder. The E35, which offers a maximum weight capacity of 350 pounds, carries the following warranties: lifetime on the frame and brakes, five years on all parts and electronics, and two years on the labor.

Specifications:



    The E35's LCD display will track your key workout metrics.
  • Assembled Dimensions: 82 by 27 by 68 inches (L x W x H)
  • Stride Length: 20 inches
  • Front Drive
  • Steel Frame: 38mm
  • Resistance Type: Eddy Current Braking
  • Adjustable Pedals
  • Articulating Pedals
  • Flywheel: 25 pounds
  • Resistance Levels: 16
  • Power: Plug in
  • Upper Body: Yes
  • Pulse Grips: Yes
  • Handlebar Adjust: Yes
  • Display Type: Small LCD
  • Heart Rate Control
  • Heart Rate Telemetry Belt
  • Track Display
  • Color: Backlit Blue
  • Audio System
  • Incline: Power
  • Six Standard Programs
  • Two User-Defined Programs
  • Two Heart Rate Programs
  • Cooling Fans: Standard
  • Water Bottle Holder
  • Rear Rail Shroud
  • Weight Capacity: 350 pounds

Manufacturer's Warranty
frame and brakes - lifetime, parts / electronics - 5 years, labor: 2 years

About Sole
Sole brings over twenty years of treadmill and fitness product design and manufacturing to the table in their line of innovative equipment designed for fitness-conscious people. The company's treadmill line is simple in design, with an emphasis on quality and warranty all at a great price. Sole's easy-to-use treadmills offer a great value and feature a convenient, space-saving portable design. The treadmills have a very stable base with four wheels for ease of movement, folding decks to conserve space, and a 30-year motor and lifetime deck and frame warranty. Sole is always looking for ways to make their equipment better, more efficient, with higher quality at a great price.

About Elliptical Trainers
Elliptical trainers represent the next wave of advancement in low-impact cardiovascular exercise machines and continue to grow in popularity. By simulating motions experienced through walking, stepping, cycling, and skiing, elliptical machines allow for a smooth and fluid motion while building strength in the arms and legs. Similar to the exercise position for treadmills, elliptical trainers are used by standing in an upright position while holding the handrails of the machine. With elliptical trainers, however, your feet remain in the foot pedals throughout the exercise regimen and circulate in a smooth and seamless motion, resulting in little to no impact on the knees, back, and hips.

Elliptical trainers are compatible for all ages and fitness levels and allow you to select the difficulty level through the incline and intensity settings. Additionally, elliptical trainers allow you to determine the complexity of your workout based on your needs, all while listening to music, watching television, or reading a magazine while exercising in the comfort and safety of your own home.

Although different types of elliptical trainers offer an assortment of features, many of them include an array of challenging programs, forward and reverse directional movement, EKG grip pulse handles, a lightweight portable design with easy fold-up capability, and a monitor displaying calories burned, distance, speed, time, and heart rate. Other types of exercise machines, namely treadmills and bikes, offer excellent cardiovascular exercise and muscular training for the legs in a forward-motion exercise. Elliptical trainers take this to the next level by offering an upper and lower body workout with dual motion, challenging and diverse programs, and a low-impact exercise machine that won't strain sensitive joints.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 225 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: B001G60YJE
  • Item model number: E35-09
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #364,063 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

The elliptical is solid, quiet, and very smooth.
Wasu
I waited another week and contacted Sole one more time, they promised to call me back the following day with a new service company.
opianna
As far as mid-range elliptical machines go, I would recommend this to anyone!
Jess

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

524 of 527 people found the following review helpful By M. Dougherty on January 4, 2009
The 2009 Sole E35 is an excellent buy for $1,299. I recently purchased one. Below are some considerations to take into account.

First, Be ready to take about half a day to move the box and assemble the machine -- the box is about 290lbs (gross weight) and feels all of 300lbs. Worse yet, if you take the machine out piece by piece so that it's lighter (say, if you want to move the machine up a flight of stairs) you will be very unhappily surprised to find that the fly wheel is bolted to some articulated arms, which are EXTREMELY hard to finagle around and to move when the machine is out of the box.

(**UPDATED INFO ON TAKING THE MACHINE APART 9/21/2010: I recently moved and found that the articulated arms can actually be unfastened from the fly wheel, and the machine can be disassembled into four main parts: the fly-wheel, two individual arms with foot pieces, and the rails. I had to do this when I moved, and while the machine still operates as it did before being disassembled, I would NOT recommend taking the arms off the fly-wheel unless you really know what you are doing and have exactly the right tools. And, even then, the fly-wheel part by itself weighs probably close to two hundred pounds. So, if you are dead-set on not paying the in-home installation fee, are good with tools and know what you are doing in that regard, I can attest that the machine can be disassembled into four main sections that are MUCH easier to move by themselves if you need to go up a flight of stairs or move the machine very far.
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324 of 334 people found the following review helpful By Mike on January 24, 2009
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Warranty / Service worthless

I did a lot of research before I purchased my Sole E35, and one of the big issues I factored in was the warranty. My experience so far is that their warrant is worthless.

On 1/17 called the tech support/warranty department in the morning and got a recording that the office was closed (okay, Saturday - understandable) but I could not leave a message because the mailbox was full (first sign of trouble). So I went online and completed a work ticket on the Sole web site.

1/20 called again and this time got a person (after a long wait on hold) -I told her I was following up on my electronic work ticket, she checked the computer and said she had no record (so much for their web site). I asked if she at least had received my warranty card (I both mailed it and completed the online form) - the Sole lady on the phone literally laughed in my face, I kid you not. She stated that they receive "thousands" of these cards and do not have time to enter them - I am not embellishing here. So I started at square one and gave her my issue (the left arm was bent and thus the left arm and leg peddle clicked and bumped). She then become professional and polite, took my information and said someone would call me in with 24 hours.

1/22 (50 hours latter) - no call, I called Sole again (forth attempt to get service) - this lady was very nice, apologized for the delay, checked the system (this time I was in there), but said they were very backed up with service calls (perhaps an indication of their quality?)- she could not give me an estimate of when they would get back to me, just promised that they would - someday.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Occasional Reviewer on November 25, 2009
DO NOT be intimidated by having to assemble this yourself, or worrying about getting it up the stairs. If you feel confident enough to assemble it, then the removal of two bolts will allow anyone to handily get all the pieces where they need to go. If you have the money, sure, pay someone to delivery inside and assemble it. But it is in no ways a requirement.

I reviewed the pdf instructions available on the company web site, and mistakenly assumed that the fly-wheel assembly was not attached to the connecting rods. It appeared that the unit was broken down into smaller sub-assemblies, which could easily be moved. Well, I was wrong. Fortunately I had 5/16" Allen key, a 14 mm wrench (included), and a large flat-bladed screw driver, and a Phillips head screw driver. I removed the plastic covers around each connecting rod, removed a bolt, and gently separated the rods from the fly-wheel. Voila. My wife and son carried everything upstairs except the fly-wheel, which while awkward, didn't weight more than fifty pounds. Reconnecting the rods, one slipped right one, while the other needed a rubber mallet. It is very unfortunate that the company doesn't address the concerns over getting the unit in the house and the machine assembly - I think many people are scared off. I am pretty handy, but took my time just the same, and eventually got it just right.

Do your self a favor and review all the Amazon comments on other Sole elliptical models, and make a list of the tips; just remember to refer to them when you're putting it together. Here are a few of mine:
* Really torq metal-to-metal connections, back off a little on metal-to-nylon washers, and snug but don't over-tighten any assembly involving plastic.
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