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The Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer combines a high-speed high-inertia perimeter-weighted flywheel with eddy current resistance and a 20” Precision Path stride length for a comfortable workout with quiet and smooth consistent momentum.
Ergonomically designed, the Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer offers a total body workout with its large articulating cushioned footplates and moving and static handlebars.
For variety and challenge, the Nautilus E614 offers 20 ECB resistance levels and 22 workout programs as well as a 6-position manual incline adjustment which adds intensity and works more muscle groups for a more effective workout.
|Nautilus E614 console with |
Dual Track LCD display
The Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer offers NautilusConnect performance tracking and features a USB port for charging your USB devices and for data export to NautilusConnect or MyFitnessPal.
Additional features of the Nautilus E614’s console includes acoustic chambered speakers with MP3 input so you can listen to your favorite music as you exercise, a media tray to hold your tablet or book, and a useful 3-speed cooling fan. On the frame underneath the console is a water bottle holder so you can keep hydrated as you exercise.
The Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer is sturdily built with oversized crossbar tubing, 2 center-frame supports, and 2 integrated levelers for added stability. This sturdy machine allows for an extended user weight capacity of up to 300 lbs.
Let’s take a closer look at the features and specifications in detail of the Nautilus E614 to help you decide if it’s the best elliptical trainer for you:
Features of the Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer:
NAUTILUS E614 ELLIPTICAL TRAINER
High-speed high-inertia perimeter-weighted
20” Precision Path
Large articulating cushioned
6 position manual adjustment
20 levels of ECB (eddy current) resistance
Ergonomic, static & moving
· 9 profile
· 8 heart rate
· 2 user profiles
· 2 fitness test
· 1 Quickstart
Dual Track LCD high-resolution display – 2 LCD windows show status of up to 13 workout details including:
NO. OF USER PROFILES
USB charging port & data export to NautilusConnect or MyFitnessPal
Contact pulse-grip built into static handlebars
SOUND SYSTEM / MP3 INPUT
Acoustic chambered speakers with MP3 input port
Integrated media shelf for tablet or book
3 speed cooling fan
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
Located underneath console on frame
USER WEIGHT CAPACITY
Up to 300 lbs (136 kg)
Electric, power adapter included
· Oversized crossbar tubing
· 2 center-frame supports
· 2 integrated levelers
Built-in transport wheels
Approx. 70” long x 28” wide x 71” high
Approx. 167 lbs
· Frame – 10 years
· Parts – 2 years
· Electronics – 1 year
· Labor – 90 days
See what customers who have bought the Nautilus E614 Elliptical Trainer have to say about it:
“The Nautilus E614 is a quality elliptical machine that’s met my expectations. I’ve had it for 6 weeks so far and it works very quietly and is well built. This machine will give you as much of a workout as you can stand lol! Ellipticals are much more versatile than a treadmill.”
“I love the Nautilus E614 elliptical trainer. The leg stride is perfect and it operates very smoothly. Very happy.”
“The Nautilus E614 took me around an hour to assemble with easy to follow instructions. I weigh around 230 lbs and this machine works fine for me. The only thing I would say is that the calorie count seems a bit off but that’s not a big problem at all.”
“I’ve been using the Nautilus E614 for about 2 months now and it’s still working great. The assembly was a bit tricky to do on my own but I managed it (although I could have done with an extra hand especially when running the cables through). I’m 6ft 1” tall and the stride length on this elliptical is just enough for me. I prefer the machines at the gym with a longer stride length but this machine still gives me a good workout and I can’t complain especially as this costs a fraction of the ones at the gym. The USB port is handy to charge your phone but it seems a bit slow, so I don’t tend to use that and have opted to plug in a fast charger next to the machine to use instead.”
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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