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Universal E40 Elliptical
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The Universal E40 Elliptical trainer combines moving handlebars with moving footplates (with 17.5” stride length) to give you an effective total body workout that’s low-impact on your joints compared to many other types of exercise – tone up, burn calories and improve your cardio health without the pain!
The Universal E40 Elliptical Cross Trainer combines a perimeter-weighted high-inertia flywheel with ECB (Eddy Current Brake) magnetic resistance to give smooth and quiet operation throughout the machine’s range of programs and resistance levels.
To keep your workouts varied and challenging, the Universal E40 offers 7 programs and 8 resistance levels. You can customize the programs or use the elliptical trainer in manual mode, starting off and progressing at your own pace.
|Universal E40 console|
The E40’s console can be operated with either 4x D batteries or with an optional AC adaptor (not included), giving you the option of placing the elliptical trainer anywhere in your home without necessarily worrying about having to find a space near a wall power socket.
Additional features of the Universal E40 Elliptical Cross Trainer include MP3 input with sound speakers, media shelf, quick-start keys, and water bottle holder.
Sturdily built with a heavy-duty steel frame and levelling feet, the Universal E40 allows for a user weight capacity of up to 275 lbs.
Let’s take a closer look at the features and specifications in detail of the Universal E40 to help you decide if it’s the best Elliptical Cross Trainer for you:
Features of the Universal E40 Elliptical Cross Trainer:
UNIVERSAL E40 ELLIPTICAL CROSS TRAINER
Moving & static ergonomic foam-padded handlebars
8 levels of ECB (Eddy Current Brake) magnetic resistance
· 7 programs with ability to customize workouts, including Cross Fit & Park Ride
· Manual program
· Easy to use console with quick-keys and large easy-to-read LCD display
· Battery operated (4x D batteries) or electric powered with optional AC adaptor (not included)
Workout feedback displayed includes:
· Resistance level
· Course profile
HEART RATE MONITOR
Pulse grip heart-rate sensors in static handlebars
Media shelf incorporated into console
MP3 input with speakers
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
Water bottle holder mounted on frame underneath console
USER WEIGHT CAPACITY
Up to 275 lbs
Heavy-duty steel construction
Levelling feet for safe stability on uneven floors
Front-mounted transport wheels
Compact ergonomic design:
Approx. 56” long x 23.7” wide 64.5” high
WEIGHT OF CROSS TRAINER
Approx. 90 lbs
· The Universal E40 Elliptical Cross Trainer comes under the Nautilus Inc umbrella which includes brands such as Nautilus, Schwinn, Bowflex and Universal – all of which are renowned for their high-quality products at reasonable prices.
See what some customers who have bought the Universal E40 Elliptical Cross Trainer have to say about it:
“The Universal E40 cross trainer is exactly what I expected it to be and has met my expectations in every way. I highly recommend it.”
“The Universal E40 is exactly what we needed and is good quality overall. We’ve been using it almost daily for around a month so far with no problems. Minimal noise (mostly from the handlebars) – we tend to use this elliptical when our young kids are asleep and it hasn’t woken them up so far! The foot pedals are quite close together, it’s not a big deal for us as we’re relatively short but this could be a concern for tall people. Overall, we’re very happy with our purchase.”
“For the price, the Universal E40 is an incredible machine. It took me a good 3 hours to assemble. It’s a heavy machine but I was still able to move it to our gym room without killing myself! On the ellipticals at the gym I typically go to 12-14 resistance level but I find on this machine that level 5 wears me out. My partner uses the E40 almost every day too. It’s super quiet in operation. Love it.”
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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