The ProForm 920 E is a brand new, top of the line model in the Endurance Series featuring a sleek new look, a full-color touch screen display and a good number of features.
The 920 E is made from commercial gauge solid steel and has a 7" Smart HD touch display showing you your workout stats like calories burned, heart rate, distance, time and other metrics. It is also web-enabled so you can surf the internet, watch movies or post on your social pages while you work out.
Let's take a look at the top specs...
The ProForm 920 E elliptical was introduced for the 2016 model year and redesigned for 2017, and customer reviews have been positive thus far. The other Endurance Series models, the 520E and 720E, have always been popular with critics and users for the value that they offer.
So it follows that the 920 E will continue this tradition, as it simply improves upon those well established models. And from the looks of things, this just might become the most popular elliptical in the series.
The other upgrade is the fact that this machine is iFit Coach enabled, meaning you don't have to use your tablet as you do on an iFit compatible machine. All you need is a subscription (about $144 a year) to tap into all that iFit has to offer...additional workouts, tracking and sharing, and Google maps so you can run anywhere in the world.
You get to choose from 32 different workouts, another improvement, as well as up to 20 degrees of incline and 24 digital resistance levels. So there are endless possibilities for varying your workouts.
Some of the other alluring features of the ProForm 920 E are the integrated tablet holder, dual heart rate monitors with wireless capability for more accurate readings, adjustable pedals, a water bottle holder and adjustable leveling feet to ensure the machine is level regardless of whether your floor is or not.
The ProForm 920 E is definitely the best choice of the three Endurance Series models. It's only a couple hundred more than the 720 E, but gives you a large touch screen with internet, iFit included and pretty much more of everything: more resistance levels, more workout apps, heavier flywheel and better warranty.
It's definitely an improvement on the already strong series, so if you are in the market for a front drive elliptical under $1000, this one is definitely worth considering for sure.
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