Nautilus E514c Elliptical Trainer (2013) Review

Nautilus E514c Elliptical Trainer

Nautilus E514c Elliptical Trainer

If you are shopping for a high quality, yet relatively affordable mid-range elliptical machine, take a look at the very exciting and newly released Nautilus E514c Elliptical Trainer for 2013, which offers significant improvement on the already highly-praised E514 platform. For more information about what this hot new elliptical delivers, please keep reading.

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It’s no wonder why elliptical machines are so popular. With their ability to simultaneously recruit large muscle groups in the upper and lower body with a zero-impact natural exercise movement, they are among the best and safest fat-burning/cardio exercises ever devised. As a result, there are numerous elliptical models constantly rolling out of the pipeline that range wildly in price and quality.

One very new mid-range standout in our view, however, is the Nautilus E514c Elliptical Trainer – a newly revamped version of the E514 for 2013. This trainer provides a very high level of design quality and advanced features relative to other elliptical machines in its competitive price range.

In fact, while currently selling for a relatively modest $800, the Nautilus E514c meets or exceeds its closest competition, including its predecessor, the highly-rated 2010 Nautilus E514. For example, the 2013 E514c comes with a total of 21 workout programs, which is more than both the Schwinn 450 and 431 models, and 5 more than the E514 came with.  Likewise, besides coming with a standard grip-type hear rate monitor like the Schwinn elliptical trainers in the $800-$1,000 range, the E514c can also be used with a Telemetric-enabled chest strap. Moreover, the E514c has an option for Nautilus fitness tracking, and the unit is fitted with an extra large backlit LCD with color enhancements. Finally, compared to its peers, this elliptical is backed by a particularly generous 15-year warranty on the frame and 6 month warranty on parts and labor.

Beyond these features, the 2013 Nautilus E514c is fairly neck and neck in most other respects with the comparable Schwinn ellipticals (models 425, 431, 450 and 520). For example, the E514c uses 16 levels of smooth magnetic resistance; has an 18-inch fixed stride length; comes with an articulating foot plate; is equipped with built-in speakers, has a built in two-speed fan, water bottle holder and retractable reading rack; and can accommodate individuals up to 300 lbs in weight.

Overall, we liked the E514 model, which earned very high marks for its solid construction, great feature set and durability. However, we prefer the Nautilus E514c for 2013 as it brings significantly more features for the same price as the E514, or competing Schwinn models for that matter, including a deeper array of workout programs; more advanced pulse monitoring; a color-enhanced LCD display; fitness tracking; and a longer product warranty.

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