The ProForm 1110 E elliptical is a higher priced elliptical from ProForm™ which has some great added extras compared to their lower budget trainers to give this one a great specification.
The ProForm 1110 E elliptical is a front drive elliptical with a 20” to 22” adjustable stride length to enable the user to get a comfortable body position when training. There is a wide selection of workout applications to give a good variety to the type of training you can do on this elliptical. It is IFIT® enabled so you can track your workout through the desert if you wish using Google Maps™.
A great addition to this trainer is the attached IPAD® shelf which allows you to have your personal technology at your fingertips. Browse the net, watch a movie or simply listen to your chosen music.
The specs are as follows:
UPDATE: As of 2016, the 1110 E is no longer available. You can check out all of the latest models on sale at the ProForm store.
Most of the reviewers who looked at the ProForm 1110 E elliptical found that the addition of the IPAD® is a great bonus. It enables users to adapt the function of their trainer either using online workout applications or simply to distract/listen to music while working out. Although some say the added technology is a negative with it being rendered useless if the owner does not have an IPAD.
It’s important that anyone purchasing an elliptical needs to make sure they have appropriate headroom as they tend to be quite high and this is particularly important with this trainer as it stands at 78” high. The large range of resistance programs paired with a 32lb flywheel means this trainer is more suitable to more highly trained athletes.
For a high priced trainer in the region of $2000 there are not many features compared to other trainers of similar cost. The IPAD® shelf is a good addition but does not warrant the price tag as the biggest downfall in our opinion is the lack of adjustable incline which even ProForm’s lower end models have. It certainly looks the part with adjustable controls on the handlebars etc. but for us this trainer appears to be quite overpriced.
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