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Sole E95 Elliptical Trainer
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Sole E95 Elliptical Trainer

Item# 00621033000P | Model# E95 | Added on June 30, 2012 | Source: Sears.com
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Blast Your Way to Fitness with the Sole E95 Elliptical
Make your workout a fitness experience with the high performance, low-impact Sole E95 Elliptical.
With a whisper quiet operation, along with a natural fluid motion, this machine silently gets your heart pumping and burns away the fat. This heavy-duty, versatile elliptical is designed to give everyone a total-body workout whether you’re starting a fitness program or are a seasoned pro.
Emulating your own natural stride, you’ll enjoy a low-impact ride on the E95’s extra-long 20 inch stride length and a whisper quiet drive system as it functions in both forward and reverse motion. A heavy 29 pound flywheel delivers an extremely smooth stride while rear wheels on rails add super stability as you train intensively, a feature found usually in only more expensive models.
Allowing you to add diversity and challenge to your workout, the E95 offers variable positions and 20 levels of resistance at the touch of a button. Individually target and work all major lower body muscle groups so you can flaunt enviable glutes, quads and calves by adjusting the ramp angle from 0-40 degrees. The stationary handle bars with integrated incline and resistance controls give you a comfortable grip as you tone your upper body along with your lower body. Monitor your heart rate with built-in pulse sensors in the handlebars or use a chest strap for hands-free pulse monitoring.
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10 found this review helpful
by AwsemoneTim
February 27th, 2012
Sole e95 is EXCELLENT

I have read some of the horror storries from other reviewers and had to write this to try to help get a more accurate picture. To me, the problems most people are describing are delivery and assembly related and not machine issues. I assembled my E95 properly, tightened the bolts and screws appropriately, and have taken simple cleaning / maintainance steps when needed and my machine runs smoothly, quietly, and effectively. A friend who uses a commercial elliptical at a health club on a daily basis tried it out and said it was just as solid and smooth as what he uses. Folks, if you take the time to assemble it properly you will have a great machine. If you are not patient enough or have the ability to do the assembly on your own get someone else who knows what they are doing. This may not be a Sears tech.

Got this a month ago when Sears had it on sale for the best price I've ever seen!!! (($1214.09 - $10 future purchase card - $121 Shop Discover Cashback = $1083, YES for the E95)). This is a great machine ! Picked it up at the store 3 days after placing the order and got a perfect box with one small crush at one corner.

Took it home, and unloaded by myself in the garage. Most people would need help but over the years I've developed quite a few tricks for unloading large heavy boxes on my own. The box is 35" tall x 23" wide x 66" long in case you are wondering if it will fit in your vehicle. Had to unpack everything in the garage and take it inside in pieces. All of the pieces are managable except the main fly-wheel assembly. I removed the peddle arms (one bolt each side) first and took them inside then moved the fly wheel by itself. This isn't to hard because it has wheels attached. There was a set of stairs involved but I did it myself. With a helper, this would have been a snap.

Assembly of the machine took about 30 - 45 min PLUS an additional 30- 45 min to put all the plastic caps, shields, and covers in place. I am an assembly wizzard and found the process very straight-forward but if you are not mechanically inclined this could be difficult and frustrating. The fit and finish are excellent. Everything fit together perfectly; very nice engineering and manufacturing on all of the parts.

When I fist got on this machine I felt a bit awkward; I had used stair climbers, bicycles,and tread mills before but never an elliptical. After a weeks use I became very comfortable and after 2 weeks I really began to enjoy and look forward to my session. I set up a tv and watch the network news followed by the Nightly Buisness Report. Poof, an hour has passed and I'me done. DEFINITELY find a distraction to focus on TV, movie, music, whatever ... If you focus on the machine and your workout you will get bored, quickly.

Machine has been working flawlessly for over a month now. I've been running it about 3 - 3.5  miles a day 5-6 times a week. Runs very smoothly and very quietly. I had to wipe the roller tracks and put a little lube on them ((as indicated in the instruction book)) to stop a soft squeek. I also had to re-tighten a bolt on the left arm that probably was not tightened properly when I put it together. The pedal angle adjusters are a bit stiff but you won't be re-adjusting these after the first week anyway.

Display has all the relevant info, is attractive, and is easy to see and understand. Fan is small but does provide a hint of fresh air near your face. It does make a difference but is absolutely NOT a body cooling fan if you are heavy sweater. Speakers are there but I may never use them in my set-up.

This is the most expensive gym product I have ever purchased. I AM extreamly happy with the purchase. My only regret is that I didn't get this years ago and stay in shape rather than needing to work to get back to where I had been.

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4 found this review helpful
by CGriffie
February 17th, 2012
3 Strikes you're out

This was the worst purchase that I've ever made. I had three separate machines at my home and each and every one of them had one issue or another. The first machine was cracked on arrival and didn't even make it off the truck. The second one they put together wrong. My husband and I fixed that problem but then this annoying clicking started on the left side. They brought a third machine out to exchange. This one had a piece of styrofoam shoved in where it didn't belong. This created a rubbing sound when you walked on the elliptical. The Sears techs discovered this while taking it apart to take it back. They removed the styrofoam and we thought all was well. WRONG!! Now the fan sounds like the plastic blades are hitting against the rest of it's enclosure. When Sears came to pick up the third and final elliptical the tech said that this one had been assembled incorrectly as well. One of the bolts that holds it together had even been snapped off and left hidden under one of the plastic covers. The last tech who came said that Sears just throws these machines away. I am so disappointed in this Sole product as well as Sears. Why do they send incompetent techs to put these machines together? Not a single machine we tried out in the store had these problems. We looked at them at Sears as well as other sports stores so it makes me wonder if it's really Sole or just Sears and their techs. What a shame. I really loved that machine. :( It made my workout more enjoyable. And who doesn't really want that??

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Amit Mehra
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March 7th, 2013
SIRLAURENCE45
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good

good

January 17th, 2013 via sears.com
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Jonathan Baker
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September 6th, 2012
brewcost
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Lost weight

I love this elliptical so much that I've only missed 1 morning from using it. I've lost weight and inches.

April 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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potomac
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Terrible customer service

This company provides very poor customer service. Good luck if you buy one of their products.

March 25th, 2012 via sears.com
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AwsemoneTim
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Sole e95 is EXCELLENT

<p>I have read some of the horror storries from other reviewers and had to write this to try to help get a more accurate picture. To me, the problems most people are describing are delivery and assembly related and not machine issues. I assembled my E95 properly, tightened the bolts and screws appropriately, and have taken simple cleaning / maintainance steps when needed and my machine runs smoothly, quietly, and effectively. A friend who uses a commercial elliptical at a health club on a daily basis tried it out and said it was just as solid and smooth as what he uses. Folks, if you take the time to assemble it properly you will have a great machine. If you are not patient enough or have the ability to do the assembly on your own get someone else who knows what they are doing. This may not be a Sears tech.</p>
<p>Got this a month ago when Sears had it on sale for the best price I've ever seen!!! (($1214.09 - $10 future purchase card - $121 Shop Discover Cashback = $1083, YES for the E95)). This is a great machine ! Picked it up at the store 3 days after placing the order and got a perfect box with one small crush at one corner.</p>
<p>Took it home, and unloaded by myself in the garage. Most people would need help but over the years I've developed quite a few tricks for unloading large heavy boxes on my own. The box is 35&quot; tall x 23&quot; wide x 66&quot; long in case you are wondering if it will fit in your vehicle. Had to unpack everything in the garage and take it inside in pieces. All of the pieces are managable except the main fly-wheel assembly. I removed the peddle arms (one bolt each side) first and took them inside then moved the fly wheel by itself. This isn't to hard because it has wheels attached. There was a set of stairs involved but I did it myself. With a helper, this would have been a snap.</p>
<p>Assembly of the machine took about 30 - 45 min PLUS an additional 30- 45 min to put all the plastic caps, shields, and covers in place. I am an assembly wizzard and found the process very straight-forward but if you are not mechanically inclined this could be difficult and frustrating. The fit and finish are excellent. Everything fit together perfectly; very nice engineering and manufacturing on all of the parts.</p>
<p>When I fist got on this machine I felt a bit awkward; I had used stair climbers, bicycles,and tread mills before but never an elliptical. After a weeks use I became very comfortable and after 2 weeks I really began to enjoy and look forward to my session. I set up a tv and watch the network news followed by the Nightly Buisness Report. Poof, an hour has passed and I'me done. DEFINITELY find a distraction to focus on TV, movie, music, whatever ... If you focus on the machine and your workout you will get bored, quickly.</p>
<p>Machine has been working flawlessly for over a month now. I've been running it about 3 - 3.5  miles a day 5-6 times a week. Runs very smoothly and very quietly. I had to wipe the roller tracks and put a little lube on them ((as indicated in the instruction book)) to stop a soft squeek. I also had to re-tighten a bolt on the left arm that probably was not tightened properly when I put it together. The pedal angle adjusters are a bit stiff but you won't be re-adjusting these after the first week anyway.</p>
<p>Display has all the relevant info, is attractive, and is easy to see and understand. Fan is small but does provide a hint of fresh air near your face. It does make a difference but is absolutely NOT a body cooling fan if you are heavy sweater. Speakers are there but I may never use them in my set-up.</p>
<p>This is the most expensive gym product I have ever purchased. I AM extreamly happy with the purchase. My only regret is that I didn't get this years ago and stay in shape rather than needing to work to get back to where I had been.</p>

February 27th, 2012 via sears.com
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CGriffie
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3 Strikes you're out

This was the worst purchase that I've ever made. I had three separate machines at my home and each and every one of them had one issue or another. The first machine was cracked on arrival and didn't even make it off the truck. The second one they put together wrong. My husband and I fixed that problem but then this annoying clicking started on the left side. They brought a third machine out to exchange. This one had a piece of styrofoam shoved in where it didn't belong. This created a rubbing sound when you walked on the elliptical. The Sears techs discovered this while taking it apart to take it back. They removed the styrofoam and we thought all was well. WRONG!! Now the fan sounds like the plastic blades are hitting against the rest of it's enclosure. When Sears came to pick up the third and final elliptical the tech said that this one had been assembled incorrectly as well. One of the bolts that holds it together had even been snapped off and left hidden under one of the plastic covers. The last tech who came said that Sears just throws these machines away. I am so disappointed in this Sole product as well as Sears. Why do they send incompetent techs to put these machines together? Not a single machine we tried out in the store had these problems. We looked at them at Sears as well as other sports stores so it makes me wonder if it's really Sole or just Sears and their techs. What a shame. I really loved that machine. :( It made my workout more enjoyable. And who doesn't really want that??

February 17th, 2012 via sears.com
4 of 6 found this review helpful.
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NJF2
RATED

Sole E95 Elliptical is quiet and well built.

<p>Bought the E95 about two weeks ago and use it everyday.  Seems to be a very well made product so far.  It is sturdy and does not wobble like some other machines i compareded.  It is very quiet and you can actually talk to people around you in a normal voice even with the built in fan running.  The fan is pretty much useless though and does not move any air so I do not use it. The adjustable foot pedals do not eliminate numb toes and I do not see any benefits.  The display is large and easy to use and the heart rate control is a plus. </p>

February 3rd, 2012 via sears.com
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momstoys
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Got good reviews but I got a Lemon Sole, somewhat disappointing

<p>I did my research even checked ****************. Went to Sears because they had a good selection of Ellipticals online. Not so much in the store. None the less, they did carry the Sole. I choose the E95 because of the extra padding. For the price it is a great value as we were comparing it to the Precor's. We got it home and the directions are aweful. It about 3 hours to put together. It worked fine for a few days, a little noisy but that is to be expected. During my workout one day, the computer completely shut down. The other reason we bought this one was because of the warranty. We called Sears and they ordered a new control panel and sent a guy out 10 days later. Of course, it was the wrong E95 part so they had to order another control panel. They will send another guy out in 10 days and that is not a guarantee that they ordered the correct part or they will get it fixed. I have yet to be able to use my machine. Pretty disappointing when you spend $1800. Now I am wondering if I should return it. :(</p>

January 7th, 2012 via sears.com
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panzfast
RATED

Does the job very well.

<p>I baught this elliptical to supplement my workouts when its raining outside.  I have had the machine for three months now.  The elliptical has exceeded my expectations to date.  The operation is smooth and quiet.  The resistance range is more then acquit. If your going to buy this machine I have a few pointers for you.  Make sure you buy a good surge protector and a floor mat.  I waited until Sears had their friends and family event to save an additional 10 percent.  I also put it on my Sears card and got no interest financing for a year.  This helps allot since this machine in my book is little spendy.  I also used my shop your way rewards card and got a bunch of points that I used to help pay for the mat.</p>

December 28th, 2011 via sears.com
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Ohioborn
RATED

Sole E95., easy to set up, easy to use and does wonders for your

<p>Recently had the occasion to use a number of ellipticals while away from home.  Have the need to lose weight and try to be more fite.  Who doesn't?  Many of the ellipticals in use at various locations are the high end machines made to withstand the rigors of multiple users over and over.  Decided to do some of my own research.</p>
<p>Utilized the internet and it came down to SOLE E95 or two other consumer brands.  Checked them each out as well as multiple reviews.  Choose the SOLE and have not had a single bad experience and I have used it daily for three weeks.  The machine comes in a huge box, the instructions are not bad and the website can help if you get stuck.  Goes together in about 2 hours.</p>
<p>Easy to set up for day to day use with a number of preinstalled programs to suit your focus, Fatburn, Cardio, etc.  Enter your weight, age and time and get going.  Works great and provides an excellant workout!</p>

November 14th, 2011 via sears.com
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76Trombones
RATED

Solid Construction, Good Value

<p>I've had this machine for about 3 weeks now.  My husband had no problem with assembly.  Even the tools for assembly are included for those that don't have their own.</p>
<p>I like the machine but would point out some shortcomings:  I am 5'7 and think that I would have preferred a longer stride.  The fan is insufficient, so be prepared to have and additional fan nearby.  As would be expected, the speaker for the MP3 jack isn't anything to write home about.  Overall, this is a good brand, a quiet, solid built machine, but I'm not certain though that I wouldn't have been just as happy with the less expensive E25.</p>

October 24th, 2011 via sears.com
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jscootermac
RATED

Sole E95 Eliptical

<p>Delivered this week.Started putting together this morning ,took about two hours to assemble.Instructions are a pain to understand. Be careful not to overtighten the screws on the plastic coverings......they will strip easily.Very solid machine.No sqeeks or anything . Made as well as any Eliptical at any fitness club.Programs are a liitle hard to understand,but get easier after a few attempts.MP3 player speakers are ok but then again your not buying a stereo system.Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase.I researched for over a year and I can say Sole is Probably the best out there for under $2000.00 I would also reccommend the E 55 also.</p>

March 6th, 2011 via sears.com
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