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Sole Fitness E95 Elliptical Machine

by SOLE
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  • Elliptical trainer with heavy 30-pound flywheel for smooth performance
  • Power incline feature adds resistance while targeting different muscle groups
  • Commercial-grade 9-inch blue LCD display tracks time, distance, calories, and resistance
  • Integrated sound system; oversized, custom-designed foot pedals
  • Built-in cooling fans; 400-pound capacity; weighs 215 pounds
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Product Description

Product Description

The E95 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 LED readout, 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 29-lb flywheel and high gear ratio ensures a smooth feel with plenty of top-end resistance.

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The top model in Sole's elliptical series, the E95 is a great choice for serious workout enthusiasts. The E95 is equipped with a heavy 30-pound flywheel, a high gear ratio not found on most comparable models, and a whisper-quiet drive system.


The E95'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 E95'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 40 degrees, so you can individually target and work all major lower body muscles.

The E95 makes it easy to track your workout progress via the commercial-grade 9-inch LCD display, which includes windows for resistance, incline, time, distance, calories burned, pulse, and pace. 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 E95 comes complete with two heart-rate-controlled workout options, so you can customize the workout specifically to your needs. Throughout your HR workout, the elliptical 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 with durable foam cushioning to the E95. 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. This collaboration also produced a revolutionary foot pedal adjustment system not found on any other elliptical brand. Sole knows that not everyone walks the same way, so the company's engineers designed the E95 to adjust to your gait via a dial mechanism called a "worm drive." This allows you to set the pedal angle from heel to toe, with 10 total choices. The feature also reduces the numb toe effects and sore Achilles tendons common on other elliptical machines.

Additional features include a pair of stationary handlebars with built-in pulse sensors; adjustable incline and resistance controls built into the handles; and 20 resistance levels.



The E95 includes oversized, custom-designed foot pedals.
Specifications:
  • Flywheel: 30 pounds
  • Front drive: Yes
  • Stride length: 20 inches
  • Resistance type: Eddy Current Braking
  • Resistance levels: 20
  • Adjustable pedals: Yes, 10 positions
  • Upper body: Yes
  • Handgrip: Standard
  • HGP: Yes
  • Telemetry belt: Yes
  • Heart rate control: Yes
  • Power incline: Yes
  • Display: Commercial-grade 9-inch blue backlit LCD
  • Data: Time, distance, calories, resistance levels, incline, pulse, pace
  • 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: 400 pounds
  • Weight: 215 pounds
  • Warranties: Lifetime on frame; 5 years on parts and electronics; 2 years on labor


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 66 x 33 x 23 inches ; 234 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 264 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: B003Z4E6Z8
  • Item model number: E95-11
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #286,597 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

When I left the store, I really wanted to buy the E95.
J. Pucciarelli
The first issue was the left foot pedal that had a creaking/squeaking with an occasional popping sound.
Daniel S. Barnett
The machine was easy to program for each user and the movement is very smooth.
Holly

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 143 people found the following review helpful By J. Pucciarelli on April 18, 2011
I did a ton of research online including here at the Amazon site and allellipticals DOT com. This helped me focus my research down to two brands Sole and Smooth. Before visiting stores, my first choice was the Sole E35.

I went to Dick's Sporting Goods and Sears and tried the machines. The help I got at Dick's was tremendous. It was a slow night and the salesperson was very generous with her time. They had an E25, E35, E55, and E95 on display. I tried them all and was amazed at the difference in feel. When I left the store, I really wanted to buy the E95. My wife was more adamant than me - she loved the smoothness and heft of the E95.

Tried the Smooth at Sears. Not so good experience. Machines that have sat on a store floor are really a good way to see how they will look and feel after a couple of years in private home. Based on my in-store experience, and the fact that most of the really highly-rated Smooth reviews are two or three years old (versus new reviews highly rating the Sole machines), I decided to by the Sole.

Somewhere in the reviews here on Amazon was a guy who said he found sellers on eBay for the Sole machines. I checked and found one seller who quoted "factory delivery" and a lower price for the E95 - lower by $200 than the Dicks / Sole direct / Amazon price. I called Sole and told them I wanted to buy from them, and asked them to match. I added the $100 "deliver to any room" feature - very much worth it as my house is 175' from the road, and two flights of stairs were involved. When I ordered my machine (direct from Sole), the guy who took my order encouraged me NOT to have the in-home assembly ($140 extra). Being handy, I decided to do it myself.

Product arrived at the ABF depot within a week. They called and were polite and courteous.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Brian L. Blevins on November 29, 2010
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I purchased the E95 a few weeks ago. The Amazon delivery arrived when scheduled and the service was great. I was a little concerned with the height of the machine. I am 6'2' and have it located in the basement with 90" ceilings. I have about 3" of head clearance with no incline and my hair rubs the ceiling at full incline. The E95 is very smooth and the integrated programs are great. I especially enjoy the wireless heart rate strap and the associated workouts. The machine is heavy and the assembly is not difficult but does take some time. I would highly recommend it
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Steven James on March 7, 2011
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Having never attempted an elliptical before I wasn't quite sure what I was in for. When this giant package arrived at my front door I had the delivery men deposit it in my basement, which has now become a workout room. I immediately got to work removing it from the box and attempting to assemble it. 4 hours and 1 nervous breakdown later I emerged from my basement like the groundhog of lore. The Sole E95 Elliptical was done and ready for action...only I was in no shape to exercise. I needed a cocktail.

The next day, refreshed and with a new attitude, I was ready to begin my exercise program. I am extremely out of shape with bad knees that hurt whenever I walk too much. I gingerly stepped up on the elliptical and started going through the programs. There are a number of different workout levels, so one needs to try them to find the one best suited to their level of fitness. I chose an easy program to start. I LOVED it. I was on the elliptical for 45 minutes and time just flew by. My knees didn't hurt at all, and that night, for the first time in over a year I slept through the entire night without waking up. The next day I was a little sore, but I got back on the elliptical and did the same program and my soreness quickly dissipated.

The Sole E95 Elliptical is better than walking because my knees were not in any pain at all. I feel better both physically and mentally and I have lost 3 pounds in 1 week. I am so happy to have discovered this machine. It is wonderful to be able to exercise without pain. I highly recommend this product, especially if you have problems with sore joints as there are no jarring motions.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By BeagleGuy on June 17, 2011
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I have a very expensive Treadmill which I can't use much any more because of knee pain. I tried all the models of this elliptical at a retail store, and because of Amazon's interest free financing, splurged on this model. I'm so glad I did. Assembly took about 3 hours by myself. (I'm not too gifted in the assembly department.) Most of that time was reading and understanding the instructions. As others have said, have the machine delivered where you're going to assemble it. The main body is too heavy and bulky to move easily. I expected a million little pieces and a complex process. Actually, you're just putting together the frame. The main "body" of the machine, the flywheel, is sealed. This is the main weight of the machine. This is sooo much quieter than a treadmill, yet offers almost as a good an aerobic workout. It even converts your workout to equivalent miles. I was a runner for 20 years, and it's difficult to accept that I can't do the same, but believe me, this is the next best thing to running. By increasing the incline, it works the quads even more, helping to strengthen my knees. Note on size: I almost didn't buy this because the drop ceiling in my basement is 82 inches. When I tested it in the store, and stood up at the highest incline, we determined that my head would be 4 inches into the ceiling. I'm about 5 10. I took the chance anyway, and was pleasantly surprised that I was able to use this. I just can't incline all the way, unless I remove a ceiling tile. Despite that, this machine is the absolute best. Quiet, rugged, smooth, and easy to use. As a runner, I don't work out my arms enough. This machine lets me relax my legs, and lets the arms get a good workout, similar to rowing.Read more ›
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