The ProForm 910E elliptical has a stride length up to 22" on a compact footprint, plus a variable -10 to 20° incline/decline ramp to take your fitness workouts to a new level.
To monitor your workout, the easy-to-read 7" backlit display supplies multiple information fields for speed, time, distance, resistance, pulse, and calories burned, plus a ¼-mile RaceTrack™ graphic to follow your progress on a track-style display.
The features of the ProForm 910E are:
*requires iFit Live wireless adapter.
UPDATE: The 910E is no longer being sold. You can check out all of the current models on sale here: ProForm Elliptical Machines
The ProForm 910E elliptical sports a number of advanced features that include a heavy duty inertia-enhanced flywheel and 22 levels of SMR™ Silent Magnetic Resistance for smooth, frictionless performance. The 20 to 22" adjustable stride length and the -10 to 20° decline/incline ramp provide variety to your workout routine as well as helps you target different muscles groups for better results.
There are in-handle buttons for the ramp and resistance controls so you don’t have to reach for the console to make changes on-the-fly. The pedals have three angle adjustments so you can personalize the footpads for a more comfortable stride. To help keep you motivated and entertained, the ProForm 910E offers a plug-in music port for your iPod or other MP3 player. You can listen to music through your ear buds or turn on the sound through the built-in 2” console speakers. A CoolAire workout fan is also included on this model.
As for programming, it features 24 Target Toning workouts as well as compatibility with the optional iFit Live, an optional web-based technology that offers more programs as well as Google maps interactive training. (Note: A wireless adapter and a paid subscription are required to use the iFit Live features.)
There are no reviews available on this new ProForm 910E elliptical, but it seems to be a decent model. Proform has really stepped up their competitiveness and built better ellipticals the last few years although we would still go with a Sole or Horizon if we are going to shell out $999 for a budget front drive elliptical.
Those models have heavier flywheels and better developed ergonomics than this new ProForm model.
Here is your chance to rant or rave about the elliptical you use at home or at the fitness center.