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If you are looking for an elliptical trainer for your home that you can beat the #%@& out of, you’ll want to consider the Sole E95S. Besides being one of the most durable residential ellipticals on the market, it has many other exceptional features. For example, it provides adjustable stride length so you can work different muscle groups. Plus, taller individuals can adjust stride length so they are comfortable during a workout. This is one of the most affordable adjustable stride length elliptical on the market. It also comes with a heavy duty flywheel, large over-sized foot pedals, and a 10.1″ LCD display. This model has Bluetooth technology to sync with the Sole Fitness smart app. Track your fitness stats with this machine!
Sole ellipticals are well know for their reputation as stable, durable, and low maintenance machines. They are also backed with fantastic warranties. Recently, a popular consumer magazine recommended the Sole E95S and rated this machine “Excellent” in the categories of Ease of Use, Construction, Heart Rate Features, and User Safety.
Get the commercial grade Sole E95S elliptical at a residential price of only $2199. Price includes industry leading warranty.
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*Shipping/Delivery Note: All Sole ellipticals come with free curbside delivery. For this standard delivery, the driver will back the truck up as far as they can (which is sometimes at the end of your driveway) and unload your elliptical box for you. Ellipticals can often be awkward to move and typically require more than one person. Sole now offers Assembly Authority Delivery for $299. An Assembly Authority Tech will unload the elliptical to the designated room of your choice, assemble it, and demonstrate the functionality for you. This new delivery option is a great deal in our opinion.
When our team visited the Sole Cooperate headquarters, we talked with the Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He explained that Sole is always trying to provide the highest quality at the best value, and we feel for the most part they have been very successful at this proposition.
Check out a comparison chart of the Sole Elliptical models.
Once again, this is probably one of the most durable elliptical trainers available for residential use. There are other commercial grade brands for residential use like Precor or LifeFitness, but plan on taking out a second mortgage to buy one. With the Sole E95S you get exceptional quality at a value price.
Also note that Sole has an excellent reputation for standing behind their products is also important to consider. We are not aware of any issues with their customer service, which is not something we can say about all of the leading brands out there. The only downside to this machine is its size. If you have the room to accommodate its 84″ length, then you will be good to go!
Go to www.SoleEllipticals.com to learn more.*
*This Sole E95S Elliptical Trainer Review is based on not only testing the equipment, but also comments, testimonials, reviews and ratings of customers and third parties. We attempt to be as accurate as possible. Warranties, features and prices can change without notice.
20 thoughts on “Sole E95S”
I am 74” tall. My basement ceiling is 90” tall. Will the E95S work in terms of head clearance ? Thanks.
Hi Hayes usually you want to add 18″ of clearance above your height so unfortunately I don’t think it will work for you (at least not comfortably.)
I’m debating between the e95s and e98. I’m 5′ but am all legs and an average stride length. I am VERY hard on equipment (1-2/hr daily). It appears that the e98 has incline option and e95s has none, but variable stride. Are there other pros & cons to the differences between the two? Dawn
Hi Dawn! Sole is a great brand if you are tough on equipment. They are known for the durability of their equipment! You are right, the E95S does not have an incline option and the E98 does. The E95S has the variable stride option also, so you would be able to choose a length that’s most comfortable for you. Other than that, they are very similar machines.
Does the E95S have cushioned foot pedals? Also, I am 5′ 6″ and would like more of a running motion on an elliptical. Is a 20″ stride enough for me or do I need a machine with the capability of a 24″ stride?
Hi Leslie. They aren’t cushioned on the E95S, but they do advertise that they are physical-therapist designed for comfort. Most users under 6″ report that a 20″ stride is comfortable for them – but it is really personal preference. Have you ever tried an elliptical?
Sole has stopped delivery to the door due to COVID. Any idea when that will be changed back to their various delivery options?
Hi Joseph, I’m not sure on this. Keep checking their website.
We are thinking about purchasing the E95S but curious how big an IPad would fit in the holder. I know it says tablet holder and cell just curious size??
Hi Will! Great choice. It is compatible with iPads but I have seen where some of the larger iPads block the fan a little.
Looking at a model comparison chart it says that the E95S does not have power-adjusted incline. This seems to be the only model that doesn’t have it. Is this a mistake in the chart? Does E95S have power-adjusted incline?
Hi Tom! No the Sole E95S doesn’t have power adjusted incline like some of the other ellipticals from Sole. It’s unique in that it has power-adjusted stride.
I am 5′ tall and my husband is 6’1′. Will the stride setting work for both of us?
Hi Deb, the stride has a range of 18-24″ so it should work for both you and your husband. You will likely find the 18″ stride more comfortable, while he is more comfortable near the 22″-24″ range.
Do you have a tech to assembly the machine at home
Yes, Sole offers a “Turnkey” option cost of $239 currently on their website. When you add the E95S to your shopping cart and go for check out, that’s where the option of delivery/set up is available.
Wondering about head clearance for the E95S … my basement ceiling is about 85″ and I’m about 71″. Would this work without grazing my head on the stucco?
I note that the E95S lacks a pretty common feature – adjustable incline. Never having owned an elliptical, I don’t know how much that matters. What’s your take? Maybe incline is something I can’t use in my basement, anyway.
Thanks – Dave
We generally recommend you add 18″ to your overall height to determine ceiling height requirement.
I am I te rested in the E95s, yet I am 5’4″ and want to make sure it is appropriate for my height. Also, is assembly required? If so, how challenging is it. Lastly, how much power does this equipment utilize?
Nice to meet you. The Sole E95S should be okay for your height as it features an adjustable stride length from 18 inches up to 24 inches. As to assembly, it is minimal and not difficult. Regarding power, it will plug in to a normal home electrical socket. Good luck!