Sole Fitness E25 Elliptical Machine
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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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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.
The E25's console includes a vibrant LCD display and an integrated sound system.
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.
- 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
Top Customer Reviews
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!!!!
I would totally recommend it to the in-home user.
I spent a few days researching and reading reviews on ellipticals. At first I thought I would try to find machine for about $300, but after my research it just made sense to
up my budget and get something that will last, and not discourage me from using it (i.e. being rickety, noisy, cheap feeling would turn me off to using it).
I kept going back to the Sole products in my online research and settled on the E25. I loved the price of $999.99 with free shipping and no tax. I ordered it on a Monday and it arrived on a Wednesday morning; the freight truck driver called me when he was 10 minutes away and two guys brought the box inside my house. And the thing weighs a proverbial ton so shipping would have been pricey had I needed to pay for that.
I also like the weight capacity (325 lbs in case my future boyfriend wants to use it ;~), the stride length of 20" because I am 5'-8" tall, and the good weight of the flywheel which I learned will help with smooth operation. I also liked the features of HR monitor and the power incline buttons both on the console and in the handles.
Now the fan feature, frankly, is silly because it barely blows air, so you would be better using a room fan at home. I haven't yet tried the speakers but at home I would use my own sound system anyway. I am still learning about the other features and programmed workouts.
I just feel like I am using a solid, commercial grade elliptical because it feels really heavy duty to me and is really quiet.
Now assembly - it took me 5 hours but I was alone and I took my time making sure I had all the right hardware and understood the directions. They include the tools as well, so that was nice. In addition, I would keep going back to my computer to watch their assembly videos from their website, which was amazingly helpful and I would recommend doing that too. The thing is so heavy, you really should have help with it so I would definitely suggest having one other person to help assemble it. I had to call the tech support once for help and got "Russ" who was so helpful and nice.
All in all, I am very happy with this purchase and motivated to stay healthy and fit!