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SOLE (E25 Vs. E35) Elliptical Cross Trainers | Differences & Comparison | Reviews

February 13, 2020 by  
Filed under Elliptical Trainer

SOLE E35 Elliptical

SOLE E35 Elliptical Cross-Trainer

SOLE E25 Elliptical

SOLE E25 Elliptical Cross-Trainer

SOLE E25 Vs. E35 Elliptical Cross Training Machine Comparison: SOLE is a leader in high quality elliptical trainers. SOLE tends to go to an even higher grade than other brands, and even has some commercial models. Highly rated, both Sole ellipticals are excellent elliptical cross trainers for the home. Both models have magnetic resistance, powered incline, telemetric & have pulse grips, Controls built into the handles, and have built-in fans & speakers.


The main differences between the SOLE E25 and SOLE E35 are: The SOLE E35 has a heavier frame and higher user weight. The flywheel is 5 lbs. heavier on the E35 for a slightly smoother ride. The Sole Also has improved deluxe handlebars with controls built-in. While both consoles are backlit, the E35 has a slightly larger display. The pedals on the E35 can articulate and adjust while this feature is not on the E25. The warranty on the E35 is longer for parts & electronics ( 5 years vs. 3 years). Both have lifetime frame warranties.

The Sole E25 is substantially cheaper, and is under $1000. Below is a comparison chart of the differences between the two elliptical machines.


The SOLE E25 Vs. the SOLE E35
* Cross Trainer
* Magnetic Resistance
* 20 lb. Flywheel
* 20 Resistance Levels
* – – –
* Powered Incline
* Backlit LCD Console
* 6.5-inch LCD display
* USB Charging Port
* Bluetooth with APP
* Heart Telemetry
* 10 Workout Programs
* Max Weight: 350 lbs.
* Tablet/Book Holder
* 20-inch Stride
* Built-in Fan
* Built-in Speakers
* Handlebar Controls
* Bluetooth Audio
* Water Bottle Holder
* lifetime frame warranty
* 3 year parts & electronics
* 212 lbs.

SOLE E25

* Cross Trainer
* Magnetic Resistance
* 25 lb. Flywheel
* 20 Resistance Levels
* Adjustable Foot Pedals
* Powered Incline
* Backlit LCD Console
* 7.5-inch LCD display
* USB Charging Port
* Bluetooth with APP
* Heart Telemetry
* 10 Workout Programs
* Max Weight: 375 lbs.
* Tablet/Book Holder
* 20-inch Stride
* Built-in Fan
* Built-in Speakers
* Handlebar Controls
* Bluetooth Audio
* Water Bottle Holder
* lifetime frame warranty
* 5 year parts & electronics
* 231 lbs.

SOLE E35


Sole E25 Control Console
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Sole E35 Control Console

SOLE E25 Vs. SOLE E35 Console Comparison: The Consoles are similar, the E35 has a slightly larger LCD (7.5 vs. 6.5-inch). Both displays are backlit, which makes it easier to read in darkly lit rooms. A book/tablet holder is provided.

Both consoles have a fan and speakers, and bluetooth enabled speakers. Each console has dedicated buttons for programs, and ramp height. Both have powered incline. Both models also have controls right on the handlebars for convenience.

The SOLE E35 has a longer parts & electronics warranty (5 years),adjustable pedals, a more deluxe set of handlebars with more places to grip, a heavier frame & flywheel for stability, and higher user weight limit (375 lbs.)

The Sole E25 beats the E25 on price only, but the discount is substantial.


Bottom Line Sole E25 Vs. Sole E23 Differences: The SOLE E35 model offers a sturdier frame, deluxe handlebars, higher user weight,as well as heavier flywheel. The E35 has a longer warranty parts & electronics warranty. Both models have a lifetime frame warranty.

The Sole E25 sells for under $1000 and is considered a great value for the feature set. Both ellipticals offer a USB Charing port to power your iPad, tablet, or smartphone. We feel that the SOLE E25 is the best value for the money. Both models are well rated and give you a low impact workout.


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