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. It has been replaced by the all new 920E. Check it out here.
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.
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