Separate upper body arms can provide additional cardio. Max user weight is a very hefty 400 lbs.
The padded foot pedals on the E95 (20011) elliptical trainer is an area of distinction with high end Sole models compared to other makers.
The foot pedals slant inward by a small degree, which Sole beliefs greatly reduces stress on feet, ankles and knees.
You can also adjust the front to back angle of each foot pedal, so that you find the angle best for you. This is intended to relieve strain on the Achilles, a frequent problem with elliptical trainers.
The display console on the Sole E95 (2011) elliptical trainer is large and very bright, controls 10 programs and 20 levels of resistance.
Sole includes a wireless chest strap for monitoring heart rate, you can also use the contact grips.
As should be expected in this caliber trainer, the E95 (20011) elliptical trainer has a docking station with speakers for MP3/Ipod player, cooling fan and water bottle holder.
Warranty on the Sole E95 (2011) elliptical trainer is excellent, as you would expect. Lifetime on the frame, 5 years on parts and electronics, and 2 years on in home labor.
If you are looking to buy an elliptical trainer that will offer the same experience you get at your club, and some unique features as well, look no further than the Sole E95 (2011).
At well under $2,000 it also a great value if this is your price range. Sole also includes free shipping.
Note: The Sole E95 elliptical (2011 model) has been discontinued and replaced with the E95 (2013 model)
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