you're looking to keep fit or lose weight, investing in a cardio
machine for home use is a great idea. There are several benefits
of owning a gym machine at home. One of the most popular machines
people consider in their fitness shopping list is an elliptical
trainer. In terms of price, features and quality, Sole E35 Elliptical
trainer truly stands out of all below mid-range priced elliptical
machines. I believe this is the best elliptical trainer for the
money. This cardio machine can provide challenging workout and
thanks to the 7.5 inch blue backlit LCD, you can monitor your
vital training data to track your progress. Comes with adjustable
pedals and console and also added resistance with the power incline
function. Heart rate and pulse grip monitor systems, built-in
cooling fan, water bottle holder and speakers for plugging your
MP3 player, iPod are just some of the interesting features provided.
ellipical trainer is sturdy and stable. At 215 pounds weight and
375 pounds maximum user weight, this is a pretty heavy machine.
It's also very smooth and quiet. The combination of the high gear
ratio and 29-pound flywheel makes this machine deliver incredibly
smooth, natural and fluid motion with practically no noise in
both forward and reverse movements.
to the oversize foot pedals with a two-degree inward slope design,
this machine wins in terms of comfort as you can now exercise
with reduced stress on your knees and ankles which is usually
a common problem in many elliptical trainers. Also the footbeds
help for optimum user comfort.
a more challenging workout? Use the power incline feature to adjust
your elliptical's ramp angle from 0 to 30 degrees with the touch
of a button, thereby allowing you to work all major lower body
muscle groups individually.
27 by 58 by 83 inches (W x H x D)
Weight: 215 pounds
Maximum User Weight: 375 pounds
Electronics and parts: Five years
Labor: Two years
Verdict: Even though not the most affordable elliptical trainer
on the market, the Sole E35 Elliptical trainer comes out as a
winner as you're getting an elliptical close to gym quality but
costing far less. Priced under $1,500, you're nearly getting a
commercial elliptical trainer which can cost between $2,000-$5,000.
Elliptical trainers designed for home use are usually made as
cheaply as possible, hence the lower prices but not the Sole E35.
Quality has not been sacrificed along with the lower prices. For
me this is simply the best elliptical trainer for the money as
far as quality, features and warranty are concerned.