ProForm 910 E Elliptical Review – A Cross Trainer with Incline & Decline
The ProForm 910 E elliptical appears to be a noticeable step up from the 810 E – but looks are deceiving. Customer complaints have been strong about this product. Common complaints are noisiness and easily broken components. This explains why ProForm has drastically reduced the price, making this model cost less than the 810 E.
Main features: The ProForm 910 E has both incline and decline capabilities to better replicate terrain. The stride extends to 22” yet the machine is considered a compact elliptical trainer. Your workout data will be shown on a 7” display. In addition to seeing speed, time, distance, resistance, pulse, and calories burned, you’ll get a ¼-mile RaceTrack™ graphic that depicts your progress around a loop.
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Elliptical Hits: What You Get with the ProForm 910 E
- Incline/Decline – When your muscles must adapt to different slopes, you get in shape more quickly and get more defined. This trainer can decline down by ten degrees and up to 20 degrees.
- Adjustable stride –The adjustable 20”-22” stride is electronically controlled so you can make changes during workouts.
- Workout variety – The 910 E has 24 preset workouts that were designed by a certified personal trainer. You can use these at 22 levels of digitally-altered resistance. Additionally, you have the iFit option. You can purchase an iFit module and iFit membership to use your elliptical trainer with online services. These include downloading additional personal trainer workouts, racing against Facebook friends, using Google Maps to simulate outdoor training (chart any route for your exercise), and more.
- Heavy flywheel – The 910 E has a heavy flywheel to support a smooth ride.
Elliptical Misses: What’s Not to Like?
- Poor construction – From what we’ve heard, more customers are disappointed than satisfied after making this purchase. Noisy operation and broken parts figure into the complaints, with some customers saying that the elliptical was damaged upon arrival.
- Warranty – ProForm has skimpy warranties compared to Smooth Fitness and other competitors. For the ProForm 910 E elliptical, the manufacturer provides lifetime coverage on the frame, three years on parts and a year of labor.
Overall Rating for the ProForm 910 E Elliptical
The ProForm 910 E elliptical has lots of appealing features, and in particular the steep incline/decline. We nonetheless prefer ellipticals by competitors such as Sole and Smooth, who have better warranties and far fewer customer complaints.