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Sole Fitness E25 Elliptical Machine

by SOLE
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  • Entry-level elliptical trainer with heavy 19-pound flywheel for smooth performance
  • Power incline feature adds resistance while targeting different muscle groups
  • Vibrant 6.25-inch blue LCD display tracks time, distance, calories, and resistance
  • Integrated sound system; oversized, custom-designed foot pedals
  • Built-in cooling fans; 325-pound capacity; weighs 189 pounds
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Product Description

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The E25's console includes a vibrant LCD display and an integrated sound system.
Enjoy an efficient full-body workout in the comfort of your own home with the Sole E25 elliptical trainer. The E25 is equipped with a heavy 19-pound flywheel and a high gear ratio not found on most comparable models. 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 E25'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 E25 makes it easy to track your workout progress via the vibrant 6.25-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. And users can keep their bodies guessing thanks to the trainer's variety of workout programs, which include nine automatic programs and one customizable option.

To better encourage a comfortable workout, Sole added oversized, custom-designed foot pedals to the E25. 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. Additional features include a pair of stationary handlebars with built-in pulse sensors; a heart rate chest strap; and adjustable incline and resistance controls built into the arms.



The trainer includes oversized, custom-designed foot pedals.
Specifications:

  • Stride length: 20 inches
  • Front drive: Yes
  • Cushioned footpad: No
  • Resistance type: ECB magnetic
  • Resistance levels: 16
  • Adjustable pedals: No
  • Upper body: Yes
  • Handgrip: Standard
  • HGP: Yes
  • Telemetry belt: Yes
  • Heart rate control: No
  • HR autopilot: No
  • Display: 6.25-inch blue backlit LCD
  • Windows: 1
  • Data: Time, distance, calories, resistance levels
  • Profile matrix: Yes
  • Standard programs: 9
  • User-defined programs: 1
  • Heart rate: No, pulse readout only
  • Built-in cooling fans: Yes
  • Water bottle/accessory holders: Yes
  • Plastic shroud on rear rails: No
  • Capacity: 325 pounds
  • Weight: 189 pounds
  • Warranties: Lifetime on frame; 3 years on parts and electronics; 1 year on labor

Product Description

The E25 elliptical from Sole® provides a fluid, natural motion thanks to the whisper-quiet drive system. It also functions in both forward and reverse, ensuring a well-balanced workout. The manual incline feature offers additional resistance as well as variable positions for diversity in your routine.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 66 x 34 x 23 inches ; 240 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 240 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: B003Z4I90G
  • Item model number: E25-11
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,461 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This machine is very smooth and easy to use.
Dave Hohenshell
I went through so much in deciding which elliptical to buy and I feel that it is only right that I get my thoughts out for others use.
Richard R.
I would definitely recommend this elliptical machine.
Deb Golfs

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Gafoe on March 3, 2011
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I reviewed several brands under $1000, including reviews for about 6 months before I bought. It came down to 2 units; the Sole E25 and the Spirit EL-455. Both were just under $1000 and I feel that I choose the wrong one. If you are interested in this unit look at the Spirit. I wish I had bought it instead, but too late for me. Here are some lessons learned and thoughts of this unit.
Putting it together: 2 person job, lots of plastic cosmetics (I wouls leave these off for the first month so you can retighten bolts that these cover. BLUE locktite (only blue) would be good on the bolts, some of them already came with some blue locktite on them. After a month of use I have 3 noises I need to fix which means removing these plastic parts.
Operating: The speakers are not very good but the fan is a blessing, this elliptical gives me a better workout then my old Proform. The standard routines are somewhat adjustable, but each segment it goes back to the original value, making you having to adjust again. During "Pause" I hear contacts constantly clicking which can not be good for them, so I do not use the Pause function. There is no heart rate controlled program on this whci would be really good for us that are improving. Overall it is a good maching but for $300 more the Sole E35 would give you a lot more. But if $1000 is your cap look at the Spirit, I wouldn't look at any others less than $1000 because these are the 2 best for that price. All of the others including Schwinn and Lifestrong just don't compare. 1 last item, had 2 pieces of plastic broke durng shipment, called SOLE and they said they would send them out. 6 weeks later NO PARTS!, hope this is not how their customer service does business!!!!
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66 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Travelman Chris on November 9, 2010
Well we just recently picked this up. So far I am loving it. It took about 2-3 hours to put together late night early morning so you could probably do it faster if you're of sound mind.

The machine itself seems to be very well put together to handle my current 260lb weight with ease.

I did a lot of online research before buying this one. It is the low end of the 4 available from Sole. Most reviews say to take this one for the money or to upgrade to the E95 if you can afford it.

The incline is now power on the E25. This is an update from the previous model and appreciated.

The display screen is quite basic but it does enough to keep you informed and working.

All in all, for what is a budget elliptical machine, I am very happy with the construction and the value I have received in this purchase.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By R Rated on February 17, 2012
As many here have already stated, I researched this purchase to within an inch of its very life. I read reviews and product explanations to the point of seeing them in my sleep. Been there, done that? Then you know what I mean. Beyond that, I visited stores, took demo rides and compared all to the standard model I've used at the gym for the past few years, the Life Fitness HR9500 which stickers for $4,000+. Nice machine that, but far too pricey for my needs. Even the used models come in north of $2K so the hunt was on to find an elliptical that could save me a few trips to the gym each week and do the deed at home.

Once I tried the E25, I knew I was home. Quiet, sturdy (I'm 6'4"/215lbs) and with enough standard features to get the job done like resistance & elevation controls all for under $1,000??? This can't be! It can be. It is the Sole E25 and now it's mine. I've put it through a few workouts already and have not found it lacking in the important areas noted above. It's a solid ride, as quiet as a whisper, and gets my heart rate and sweat up there pouring our profusely after only a 20 minute session. How does it compare to the Life Fitness you ask? In some areas, it's better but I won't know the real answer to that question until it passes the reliability over time standard but so far, it's been impressive.

The shorter overall length of the E25 as opposed to the other Sole models was something of note for me in terms of having the space in my workout room not overwhelmed by a longer model. Shorter length and still the stability needed. Now, THAT's a concept! You can tell some good thinking went into the design of this series and model as all the moving parts make sense. An economy of motion and with the superior 20" stride length, a good testing workout.
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. on April 27, 2011
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I have used a Precor for two years where I worked out four to five days a week an hour each time. Due to health issues, I have to start working out at home. I have yet to use the machine, but in trying it out, it works just a smooth as a Precor. Like most people, it took me around two hours to put it together. The parts lined up perfectly. The bottom part comes in two sections. It's really easy to assemble. I purchased the machine from Amazon.com and it was delivered by ABF Trucking. It was delivered free of charge and the ABF driver was very considerate.

In deciding which elliptical to purchase, I spent at least twenty hours on line reading reviews. In reading the reviews, I only noticed a couple of individuals expressing some frustration with the e25 as they wanted more out of their machine than what it could provide. I read no complaints about the machine's construction, the manufacturer (Sole), warranty and customer service support. Whereas, I read numerous complaints about MANY other machines. These complaints consisted of expressions, e.g., junk, poorly built, no customer service, can't get parts, etc.

In deciding on which elliptical machine to purchase, I had to take into condideration my height 5' 9", and entry height of the machine. Where I have to place the machine, I only have a 7' 4" ceiling height. At full incline, I still have at least two inches between my head and the ceiling. Since one does not stand while using the elliptical, I probably have three inches. I say this as I only found one review where the writer spent time to explain what I just explained. It was a very important review for me. I also sent an e-mail to Sole, and someone from their sales department took the time to respond with specific information.
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