The light commercial Fitnex E70 elliptical is a self-generating trainer with a beautiful heavy-duty steel frame that is aesthetic and contemporary in its design.
The attractive matrix + LED display shows feedback for time, weight, watts, program level, distance, RPM, speed, calories, average speed, and pulse rate. The Fitnex E70 has eight built-in workout programs with 16 levels of resistance.
The list of features includes:
The Fitnex E70 elliptical features a self-generating console (no plug-in needed), a heavy-duty steel frame construction, 4-inch pedal width spacing, a 19" stride length, and a max user weight limit of 400 pounds. Other features include forward and reverse directional movement, built-in handgrip pulse monitoring, extra wide pedals, and a handy water bottle holder.
Along with a manual selection, you get seven challenging workouts —interval, weight loss, random, cv workout, fat burn, and rolling hills — that have 8 stages each, while the heart rate control program has 4 stages.
The reviews all rave about the quality of the Fitnex E70, and equipment pros say it is one of the best-designed machines on the market, but it doesn’t make many Best Buy lists since it is hard to find.
The drawbacks on this model are the 19" stride length that is an inch shorter than most light commercial models, and it lacks an incline feature.
Other than that, reviewers have only praise for this machine and they especially like the look of it – the sleek, flowing form that puts clunky-looking ellipticals to shame.
The Fitnex E70 elliptical from Fitness Master Inc (FMI) is one of the best cross-trainers you’ve never heard of. It is built like a tank and offers silky smooth elliptical motion combined with some very challenging, calorie-burning resistance.
Priced at $2,000, this professional style trainer would be a perfect fit in a luxury home. If you are looking for a quality trainer without the frills, the E-70 will serve your needs.
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