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The SNODE E20 Elliptical Trainer is surprisingly well built for an entry-level machine. Its rear-drive system features a heavy-duty Cross Crank for increased durability and added stability, while its 22 lb inertia flywheel and magnetic resistance system provides a smooth and quiet workout.
The SNODE E20 Elliptical Trainer features dual handlebars – hold on to the static handlebars to just work your lower body or use the moving handlebars to work your upper and lower body in unison for a total body workout.
The compact SNODE E20 Elliptical Trainer offers a 13.78” stride length and features large non-slip ridge-design footplates for safe foot placement and the footplates can be operated in a forward or backward motion.
|SNODE E20's resistance turn-dial knob |
with 8 resistance levels
You are in total control of your workout - start off at your own pace and simply turn the tension up or down to increase or decrease the intensity of your workout.
|SNODE E20's digital LCD console|
Your pulse heart-rate is measured via the pulse grip sensors built into the machine’s static handlebars.
The SNODE E20’s console also features a handy iPad/tablet holder so you can keep yourself entertained as you exercise.
The SNODE E20 Elliptical Machine Trainer is sturdily built and supports a user weight capacity of up to 265 lbs. The machine itself weighs around 88 lbs and comes with front-mounted transport wheels for easy relocation.
|SNODE E20 compact design, |
measures 47" long x 24" wide x 61" high
In addition, the SNODE E20 is manually powered – just batteries required for the monitor (2x AA batteries included) – so there’s no need to worry about finding a space near a wall socket/power outlet!
There’s nothing complicated about this machine – just get on and go! Tone up and burn those calories without the fuss or higher price tag of machines with more frills that you don’t need!
Let’s take a glance at the Snode E20’s main features and specifications laid out in the easy-to-read table below to help you decide if it’s the best elliptical machine for you:
Features of the Snode E20 Magnetic Elliptical Machine Trainer:
SNODE E20 MAGNETIC ELLIPTICAL MACHINE TRAINER
Magnetic control system
22 lb inertia flywheel
13.78” stride length
Large non-slip ridge-design footplates
Works in forwards & backwards motion
8 magnetic resistance levels
Moving & static handlebars
Handlebar height designed for users between around
53” up to 73” tall
Digital LCD console, battery operated (2x AA included)
Workout data displayed include:
· Calories burned
· Pulse heart-rate
Pulse grip sensors in static handlebars
iPad/tablet holder on console
USER WEIGHT CAPACITY
Supports user weight up to 265 lbs
Heavy-duty cross crank for increased durability & stability
Front-mounted transport wheels
Approx. 47” long x 24” wide x 61” high
WEIGHT OF MACHINE
Approx. 88 lbs
See what some customers who have bought the Snode E20 Magnetic Elliptical Machine Trainer have to say about it:
“The Snode E20 arrived well packaged with high quality hardware and all the tools necessary to assemble it. There is an assembly video on YouTube which I found very helpful. Instructions were easy to understand but it did require an extra pair of hands on a couple of the assembly steps. It took myself and my wife around 2 hours to assemble without any problems. This elliptical machine operates very smoothly and quietly. Very pleased with it and highly recommend it.”
“The Snode E20 is a great home elliptical and value for money. It’s a compact size that fits into a corner of your bedroom or any other room. It’s not heavy so you can relocate it with ease if you want to. The quality of this elliptical for exercising is decent, especially for the price. We’ve had it for several months now and so far so good. It feels very sturdy and well constructed for the money it cost. It works smoothly and fairly quietly and adjustment is simple. It gives a good workout and the resistance knob allows you to increase endurance within your workout. We love it and would recommend it to anyone looking for a starter to mid-range elliptical machine.”
“I had a relative who is mechanically inclined assemble the Snode E20 and he did it in just over an hour and didn’t find it too complicated. There is a YouTube video showing you how to do it but he didn’t need to use it, though he did use his own tools. This elliptical machine works quietly and is sturdy. There is a little more movement with this machine than the ones in the gym but it’s not bad with the smaller footprint and the fact that it’s on a carpet. My iPad stays in place which proves movement is very minimal. I did a lot of research on home elliptical machines and am pleased I chose this one. I’m 5ft 3” tall, size 8 shoe, not long legs and this machine works fine for me, but not sure how movement would be affected by taller/larger people, though the foot pedals would accommodate a longer, wider foot.”
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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