Would you like a full-body workout without leaving home? These Sole Ellipticals may be just what you want. They provide an intense cardio workout and strength training all at once. Let’s look at the features of each elliptical machine and see which one is the right fit for you. Especially for the special editions from Sole E55 and E95, the best units of Sole. They are standing with similarities and differences that will explain and mention clearly enough on the following below.
The Sole E95 Elliptical is a front-drive elliptcal trainer that looks like it belongs in a professional gym. It can support up to 400 punds and includes 20 levels of resistance that you can adjust from the handlebar controls while you exercise. It also has specialized pedals that become the best features because it has comfortable foam cushioning to help your feet handle long exercise sessions. Additionally, the pedals are angled with a slight two-degree inward slope that helps align your joints. This can reduce stress to your knees and ankles. You can your heart rate, speed, distance, current program, and calories burned in the LCD console and it provides another way to measure your heartbeat besides the handle grip monitors with a heart rate monitor chest strap. You can adjust the stride length of the SOLE E95 from 20 to 22 inches, which makes it comfortable for people of all heights. Another handy feature is the option to pedal forward or in reverse too. The flywheel weighs 34 pounds, which is heavier than the average elliptical flywheel. A heavier flywheel helps the pedals and arm handles move smoothly, especially if you are strong or heavy. This front-drive elliptical trainer measures over 6 feet long, 2 1/2 feet wide and just under 5 feet tall. (Read also: Sole E35 vs E55)
The Sole E55 is featured with a choice of 20 elliptical paths, trainees can accomplish impressive muscle toning that’s not possible with other elliptical trainers, LCD 9 inch with a high contrast, and a tablet computer or smartphone as its monitor. Also, there is bluetooth to set up a workout through your mobile device, use favorite apps for entertainment or multitasking, and then export your workout stats to any compatible fitness app. There are 10-item workout menus. Each workout can control the elliptical machine’s resistance and incline. The choices are manual mode, five standard elliptical workout programs (Cardio, Fat Burn, Hill, Interval and Strength), two heart rate controlled workouts, and two programs created and saved by the user. For extra motivation it’s iPod compatible; speakers and an MP3 player port are included For heart rate monitoring the elliptical is compatible with a wireless chest strap. It also has contact pulse sensors.
Both SOle E55 and E95 are the most expensive units from Sole’s brand. Beside the price which stands differently to each other, another differences are existed on the E55 which is a little lighter so this is going to contribute to a less stable frame compared to the E95. As a result, if you’re a heavier user, you’re going to find the heavier Sole E95 a better fit for you. One more thing, the console is also different because, the Sole E95 has two colors (red and green) compared to only the one color on the E55 (blue). You’ll also find that the message window below the profile matrix can fit 20 characters on the E95 compared to the 12 on the E55.