Sole E35 Elliptical Vs BowFlex Max Trainer M5: 2024 Comparison Guide Released

SOLE Fitness has released both an upgraded version of their popular Sole E35 Elliptical and a detailed new consumer guide that compares it to other popular models like the BowFlex Max Trainer M5.

SOLE Fitness' new Sole E35 Elliptical features several tech upgrades, including a new 10.1-inch touchscreen display with full Wi-Fi, screen mirroring, Bluetooth audio and entertainment and workout app compatibility - and it has been designed to offer users the same durability and functionality that SOLE has become known for, with the added benefit of a more enjoyable workout experience.

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SOLE Fitness is dedicated to consistently improving their home gym equipment from a complete performance perspective, and some of the other main features of the upgraded Sole E35 include its new, wider range of inclines, with levels from 0 to 20 available. This means users can now better target all the muscle groups of their lower body.

Additionally, for a more comfortable and ergonomic workout experience, the Sole E35 now features angled physical therapist-designed foot pedals to reduce ankle and knee strain.

The Sole E35 now also boats their new patented fluid motion system. As a spokesperson for SOLE said, “The E35 features fluid natural motion provided by a whisper-quiet drive system which functions in both forward and reverse motion. The combination of a heavy 25 lb. flywheel and a high gear ratio not found on comparable models means an extremely smooth feel with plenty of resistance at the top end for a challenging workout.”

As their new consumer guide describes, the new Sole E35 has been voted one of the best in class among ellipticals in a similar price range by consumer groups.

SOLE’s new consumer guide also compares the Sole E35 including to other popular devices like the BowFlex Max Trainer M5, which combines a step climber with an elliptical device and is designed specifically for high-interval intensity training (HIIT).

As the team at SOLE explained, the BowFlex Max Trainer M5 is recommended for those shoppers who are seeking quick, intense, cardio-focused workouts. However, as Garage Gym Reviews corroborated, many shoppers have stated that the device actually lacked the versatility of a more conventional elliptical trainer.

Additionally, while the BowFlex only comes with a two-year warranty, SOLE backs up their E35 with a lifetime warranty on both the frame and the flywheel, the two major components of the device.

SOLE Fitness recommends that before any shopper commits to purchasing their new elliptical, they check their comprehensive guide to the features, pros and cons of their device and others in a comparable price range. If there is anything a shopper cannot find online, SOLE encourages them to reach out and speak to a member of their customer service team.

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