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Sole Fitness E25 Elliptical Machine
by SOLE
3.5 out of 5 stars (41)
$999.99
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I am 250lbs and felt that the thing would move a bit from side to side at speed but it would take a very deliberate throwing of weight to tip it over - the base is very heavy. The biggest issue is the tendency for one wheel to leave the track. See other reviews but this seems to be a combination of weight (230 lbs+) of user, occasional loosened bolts, and ungreased rails. If you are under 230, you may never have an issue but I was frustrated with it given that it is advertised as suitable for much heavier weights.
Jan 9, 2014 by Doug Ransom
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. Nov 27, 2012
Sole's website lists the weight limit at 350 pounds.
Dec 22, 2012 by Jared S.
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The pedals are not adjustable... But your feet are. I love this machine, but obviously it depends on what your needs are.
Feb 3, 2014 by Bartimus
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I am not sure if it is the new model or the 2013, but I will tell you this machine is awesome. Very sturdy - best machine for the price and I recommend it!
Jan 17, 2014 by Angela K
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I don't want to take it apart but I seem to remember that it was under the trim.
Jul 13, 2014 by Chris
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Yes, it is almost 6' long.
Apr 21, 2014 by gregory r. ennis
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If this is an issue with sound or clicking noises when in use, I purchased the rubber exercise mat recommended. This helps both with sound issues and the soft material keeps the center of gravity changes to a minimum. I have not needed a lubricant that is suggested. Sorry.
Apr 12, 2014 by Alan
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The real warranty is the lessor of the two. However once I showed amazon the error on their site, they emailed me a letter stating they would honor the better warranty. I'm not sure why they haven't updated their site.
Mar 24, 2014 by Lance G.
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You can't adjust the stride length. You can only adjust the stride incline (which may slightly increase stride length by perhaps 2 inches at max) and the resistance. Stride length is not a feature that elipticals have unless you can somehow find one with interchangeable fly-wheels. (hint...no such eliptical exists)
Jan 16, 2014 by Christopher K. Sharp
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