The Nautilus E614 Improves on Previous Models

The E614 is definitely an improvement on the previous 514 model, although there is stiff competition in the price range from NordicTrack and ProForm.  Still, this elliptical is popular and is a decent value for the price.

What You Get

The Nautilus E614 has an enhanced two window LCD display showing time, distance, calories, resistance level and other metrics.

Let's take a look at the important specs....

Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer
  • 20" Stride Length
  • 22 Workout Programs
  • Eddy Current Brake (ECB) Resistance
  • 20 Resistance Levels
  • Nautilus Connect tracking
  • 6 position incline
  • Grip Heart Rate in Static Handlebars
  • Transport Wheels
  • Front Drive
  • Wt / dimensions: 167.3 lbs / 63.2"L x 26.7"W x 71.5"H
  • 300-lb. User Capacity
  • Warranty: 10 yrs frame, 2 yrs parts, 1 year electronics, 90 days labor

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The Word on the Street

Nautilus E614 Console

Nautilus E614 reviews have definitely been more positive than those on the previous E514 model. They have added a longer stride length, more resistance levels and more workouts.  

The new dual window display is also a nice change as it allows you to use your tablet and still be able to view your workout stats.

You still have a 20" stride, eddy current brakes and heart rate monitoring in the handles.  The 22 workout programs include 9 profile, 8 heart rate, user profile, fitness test and a Quick Start option, giving you plenty of choices as far as workouts are concerned.

Also new is the option to track and export your workouts through NautilusConnect or My Fitness Pal via the USB connection.

Those are all of the positive aspects of the E614.  As far as the negatives, you have to manually adjust the incline as opposed to motorized as you'll find on most comparably priced ellipticals from NordicTrack and ProForm.  You'll have to opt for the up-level E616 model to get power incline.

Also, the warranties are lackluster on Nautilus ellipticals, as well as their sister company Schwinn.  You only get 10 years on the frame on both models, as opposed to the lifetime frame warranty you find pretty much everywhere else at this price level.

So these are not going to last forever, and if you do decide to buy one, you'll want to get an extended warranty with it just to cover yourself.

Our Thoughts on the E614 Elliptical

The E614 from Nautilus is definitely a step up from the previous model, but not enough to make it a great choice, especially when there are many models out there with more features and better warranties.

Still, if you can get one on sale, it's not a bad option.  The E614 lists at $999 but we've seen it as low as $599.  At that price, it's a good deal.  You get incline, a nice stride, large footpads, 20 resistance levels, speakers and tracking capability through NautilusConnect.

Also take a look at the E616 which gives you more workouts, Bluetooth capability, power incline, wireless heart rate monitoring and additional resistance levels.

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