The ProForm Carbon E10 Elliptical is a feature-rich cardio machine well-suited for residential use. It comes loaded with impressive specs such as a 19-inch adjustable stride, 0- to 20-degree power-adjustable incline, 24 levels of digital resistance with Silent Magnetic Resistance technology (SMR), a 25-pound inertia-enhanced flywheel, dual 2-inch Bluetooth speakers, a 10-inch HD touchscreen, CoolAire console fan, and a water bottle holder.
For less than $1,500, that is a lot of bang for your buck.
Perhaps the most attractive aspect of the E10 is that it comes with a 3-year family membership to iFIT, an interactive training platform that provides access to thousands of workouts ranging in type, intensity, and length. It is through this platform that you can become part of a global fitness community and take part in trainer-led workouts to keep yourself motivated.
The trainers are able to control your resistance during workouts so you can focus on the class instead of pressing buttons. And, users can stream global and studio workouts that take place on or off the elliptical. You are able to keep track of all your fitness metrics via iFIT to stay on track towards your fitness goals.
The E10 uses a front-drive system, which is how this machine keeps a compact footprint. Combined with the SMR technology that keeps the E10 ultra-quiet when in use, the E10 may be a good choice for those in smaller spaces. When not in use, simply roll it out of the way using the front transport wheels.
Something to note: There are some users who felt the 19-inch stride to be constricting, noting that it felt more like a stepper than an elliptical foot path.