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Nautilus E618 Elliptical Machine
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Solidly constructed, the Nautilus E618 Elliptical Machine combines quality components with state-of-the-art technology to deliver high performance, while being ergonomically designed for user comfort.
The Nautilus E618 Elliptical Machine utilizes a 30 lb flywheel with ECB Eddy Current Brake magnetic resistance to provide smooth and consistent motion throughout the wide range of programs and resistance levels. The E618’s dual slide rails also contribute to the overall balance, stability and smoothness of the workout by effectively distributing the load of each stride.
|22" stride length, |
0-10 degrees angle-adjustable footplates
There’s plenty to keep you motivated and challenged with the Nautilus E618’s 29 preset programs and 25 ECB resistance levels. Programs include intervals, challenges, weight management and heart-rate programs and you can even customize your own programs if you prefer.
|Dual STN blue backlit |
The Nautilus E618 offers both pulse-grip heart-rate sensors (built into the static handlebar) and is telemetry-enabled for a wireless chest heart-rate strap (included).
The Nautilus E618 offers 4 user profiles so 4 different people can use the elliptical trainer on a regular basis and keep track of their own stats. The E618’s console also offers Bluetooth connectivity for easy transfer of your workout data to online fitness tracking apps on your own smart device including the free Nautilus Trainer app and other partnered fitness apps.
Being a high-end elliptical machine, the Nautilus E618 has the advantage of having a Motorized Incline function with an incline range of between 0-15 degrees. The incline function is not typically found on lower priced elliptical machines and offers additional workout challenges whilst engaging different muscle groups for a more effective workout.
The Nautilus E618 Elliptical Trainer features both static and moving handlebars to work your upper body in unison with your lower body. The moving handlebars feature multi-position grips, enabling you to work different arm muscles depending on how you grip the handlebars. The moving handlebars also feature integrated incline and resistance controls for quick and easy changing of the incline and resistance levels without having to go into the console.
Additional premium features on the Nautilus E618 include a premium sound system with speakers and MP3 input, a USB charging port, a media shelf, a water bottle holder, and a 3-speed cooling fan.
Let’s take a close look at the features and specifications in detail of the Nautilus E618 to help you decide if it’s the best elliptical machine for you:
Features of the Nautilus E618 Elliptical Machine:
NAUTILUS E618 ELLIPTICAL MACHINE
· Dual slide rail system distributes the load of each stride
· Suspension Adjust performance cushioning pedal system
· Adjustable footplate angle from 0 to 10 degrees for customized heel support & the ability to engage different muscle groups
Motorized incline from 0 to 15 degrees
· ECB Eddy Current Brake magnetic resistance
· 25 levels
29 programs including:
· Weight management
NO. OF USER PROFILES
· Static & moving handlebars
· Multi-position grip on moving handlebars
· Quick adjust incline & resistance controls on moving handlebars
· Contact pulse grip heart-rate sensors in static handlebars
Tilt-Adjustable SightLine console for best viewing angle
Dual Track STN blue backlit LCD displays (2 windows)
Workout stats displayed include:
Bluetooth connectivity for online fitness tracking – simply transfer your workout data via Bluetooth to your own smart device with the free Nautilus Trainer App or other partnered fitness apps
Nautilus Trainer / Nautilus Connect
HEART RATE MONITORS
· Contact pulse grip
· Telemetry enabled (chest strap included)
Built-in media shelf
USB charging port
Built-in speakers with MP3 input
3-speed cooling fan
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
Water bottle holder
· 2 integrated levelers
· Oversized crossbar tubing for added stability
Front-mounted transport wheels
USER WEIGHT CAPACITY
Up to 350 lbs
Approx. 73” long x 27” wide x 67” high
WEIGHT OF ELLIPTICAL
Approx. 210 lbs
· Frame – 15 years
· Mechanical & electronics – 3 years
· Labor – 1 year
See what customers who have bought the Nautilus E618 Elliptical Machine have to say about it:
“I previously bought the Nautilus E616 and was very pleased with it. The Nautilus E618 is the upgraded model and retails at a higher price and I wanted to know if it was worth the extra cash. The E618 has good preloaded programs and you can also manually program your own. It vies an excellent workout and it’s easy to set fitness goals such as time, calories, distance or intensity. For example, I can set a goal of burning 300 calories and the machine will set the time to reach my goal. You can manually adjust the intensity or incline level via the settings in the handlebars instead of having to fumble about with the screen. There’s adjustable foot inclines that enable you to work different muscles in the legs, giving a great workout. It has Bluetooth connectivity and this works well with other devices and fitness apps. It wasn’t difficult to assemble but was time consuming, taking us around 3 hours to put together. The only thing I found is that the front of the machine does not appear to be as steady as I would like it, moving/wobbling a bit during use. Overall, I think the E618 is worth the extra cash except for the fact that my older machine was steadier. The E618 is a tall machine but is fine for our 8 ft ceilings as long as it’s not under light fixtures.”
“The Nautilus E618 will help me get back into running racing shape. If you’re not familiar with an elliptical machine it’s kind of like riding a bike standing up without a seat going uphill with you deciding exactly how steep the hill is. You exercise similar muscles in your legs as you would with a bike. But then you add arm exercises in the mix too. The arm motion is similar to ski-poles. The intensity of the arm workout and the core will depend on how you grab the handlebars. This gives a real workout that tires you in ways running doesn’t and it’s a good tool for the runner looking to strengthen endurance and body overall. Your knees will appreciate the break from regular running. The E618 displays important stats like speed, distance, calories, pulse, and there are several workouts to choose from. The workouts aren’t easy if you’re not in shape. The E618 allows as many as 4 user profiles which is nice for multi-athlete households. I’ve set my profile to reflect my body size so that it better figures the calories displayed. All the workout data can be transferred and processed through an App so that you can look at the data nicely presented on a website. The E618 took around 3 hours to assemble. It’s a heavy machine and the delivery guys needed a dolly to get the box to my basement. Downsides in my opinion are that the speakers and fan are weak and therefore useless to me. Also the distance counted seems off, i.e. less than expected.”
N.B. It’s always advisable to consult your doctor or health care professional before undertaking any new exercise regime.
*Prices/discounts/shipping indicated correct at time of writing/publishing and may be subject to change anytime. E&OE.
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