Sole Fitness E98 Light Commercial Elliptical Machine

December 18, 2015 - Comment

The Sole Light Commercial E98 Elliptical was built for the commercial environment. From its articulating foot pedals to its heavy 30 lbs flywheel the E98 is quickly becoming the popular model in Light Commercial settings and is rapidly replacing its overpriced high end counterparts. The E98 has a 20″stride length, precision balanced flywheel and a

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The Sole Light Commercial E98 Elliptical was built for the commercial environment. From its articulating foot pedals to its heavy 30 lbs flywheel the E98 is quickly becoming the popular model in Light Commercial settings and is rapidly replacing its overpriced high end counterparts. The E98 has a 20″stride length, precision balanced flywheel and a 9″ commercial grade display screen,that feartures 10 challenging programs including heart rate control.The SOLE Light Commercial E98 Elliptical was built for the commercial environment, with articulating foot pedals and heavy-duty 34-pound flywheel. Ergonomically positioned, articulating foot pedals have a 20-inch stride length, while the precision balanced flywheel system provides a smooth feel during your workout. A commercial grade, nine-inch LCD screen is crisp and clear, constantly displaying essential training data like heart rate, calories burned, time, distance traveled, and more.

Technology
Custom pedals: Pedals were designed in collaboration with a leading physical therapist, and SOLE SOLE engineers have created a two-degree inward slope to the foot pedals, reducing ankle and knee stress common in many elliptical machines. The foot beds are also adjustable for customized comfort. Articulating pedals: Not everyone walks the same, which is why SOLE designed pedals that articulate to fit your stride. This feature also reduces the “numb toe effect” and sore Achilles tendons. Power incline: Additional resistance and variable positions mean a diverse, challenging cardio workout with the touch of a button. The ramp angle is fully adjustable from 0 to 30 degrees, allowing you to target and individually work all major lower body muscle groups. Strong frame: The light commercial market demands products that can handle the wear and tear of multiple users, and the SOLE E98 uses heavy-duty, 38-millimeter steel designed to support user weight capacity of up to 400 pounds.

Dimensions
Measures 27 by 67 by 82 inches (W x H x D) 249-pound weight 400-pound weight limit

Controls & Features
Adjustable pedals and console Power adjustable stride and incline 20-inch maximum stride length Six standard programs Two custom programs Two heart rate programs Pulse grip and chest strap heart rate monitoring LCD console with nine-inch display Front drive system Built-in fan 15-inch pedals Includes sound system and water bottle holder

Warranties
This piece of SOLE equipment includes the following manufacturer’s warranties against defects in materials and workmanship:
Frame: Lifetime Electronics and parts: Five years Labor: Two years

Product Features

  • Light Commercial E98 Elliptical built for commercial environment, with articulating foot pedals and heavy-duty 34-pound flywheel
  • Adjustable pedals and console and power adjustable stride and incline; 20-inch maximum stride length; six standard programs, two custom programs, and two heart rate programs
  • Pulse grip and chest strap heart rate monitoring; LCD console with nine-inch display; front drive system with bBuilt-in fan and 15-inch pedals; includes sound system and water bottle holder
  • Measures 27 by 67 by 82 inches (W x H x D), with 249-pound weight and 400-pound weight limit
  • Includes the following manufacturer’s warranties against defects in materials and workmanship: lifetime on frame; five years on electronics and parts; and two years on labor

Comments

P. Glass says:

A Great, Metaphor-Free Workout When I started looking for an exercise machine for cardio, I wasn’t wed to an elliptical machine but I was pretty sure I didn’t want a treadmill. When I use a treadmill, I am treading: running and running but never getting anywhere, no matter how fast I run. Why would I purchase an expensive machine to do what I do for free in my nightmares? And really, my life is already jam-packed with more than enough metaphors. I’m not going to buy another one and stick it in my exercise room…

Jason A. Farque' says:

This machine is a cruel mistress SHIPPING AND PACKAGINGSummary: Weak, but the workout gods chose to punish me and it got here intact.I ordered and received the machine from Amazon. The no-name freight company that delivered it had it packed in the back and we (the skinny delivery kid and myself) were forced to drag its 200 pound bulk over the pallets loaded in front of it.The E98’s cardboard and styrofoam box looked like it had tumbled through an Oklahoma tornado. My being in Tulsa, perhaps it…

J says:

Excellent 0

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