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Proform 910 E Elliptical Review

treadmill Doctor Note :

The Proform 910 E is an excellent value for the money. Our 3rd Runner Up in the $999 category.

Proform 910 E Elliptical Review

MSRP:

$999

Adjustability:

5

Reliability:

5

Noise Level:

5

Value:

6

Warranty:

5

Quality:

6

Ergonomics:

6

Overall Rating: 5.45

When Sole hit it big with front drive ellipticals, Proform tried in vain to catch up with model after model that was frankly substandard. The 910 E finally accomplishes both the catch up and passes the Sole design. Perhaps not quite as durable as the Sole units, Proform packs these machines will loads of additional features that more than make up for the rest.

The Proform 910 E is a solid elliptical. If you want a feature-laden model, this one is worth looking at. Selling for $999, the value is very good. This is Proform's first success in a long line of attempts at producing a quality front drive machine. It is the 3rd runner up for our Best Buy award in the $700-999 price range.

The ergonomics of this machine are pretty good for the price. You can find several models that sell for $2,000 that have a similarly natural range of motion. The adjustability is about average. The stride length can be set anywhere from 20"-22", giving you a couple of options to help fit the movements to your body type. At this price, the adjustability is good, but it doesn't really stand out.

The projected reliability is also average, which is right about where you want it on an elliptical that goes for $999. Most of the other models that sell around the same price have a similar life expectancy. The quality of parts used in this machine is surprisingly good. Many models selling for $2,000 or more use comparable parts to those found in this elliptical.

The noise level is standard. This is common at almost every price range. If quietness is a major factor for you, you'll have to do some research to find a model that is ahead of the pack in that regard, but the average user won't be bothered by the amount of noise made during operation.

The warranty on the Proform 910 is fine. Labor is covered for 1 year, parts are covered for 3 years, and the frame is covered for life. This type of coverage isn't exactly earth shattering, but with an elliptical selling for this low, you can't ask for much more.

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