Proform 910EX or Proform 18.0RE?
~~Side-By-Side Elliptical Comparison Review~~
Stride Length: In this first category, the Proform 18.0RE wins with its adjustable stride length of 20” to 23”. On the other hand, the Proform 910EX also has an adjustable stride length of only 19” to 21”.
Resistance Levels: In terms of the resistance levels, the 18.0RE gets another win with 22 while its counterpart, the 910EX, offers 20.
Max Ramp: In this category, both models have an incline/ramp feature. The 18.0RE has an incline angle of 15░ to 40░ while the 910EX only has 20░.
Built In Programs: It is a tie between the two models in this category as they both offer 24 built-in programs. Variety can definitely help user not to get bored easily.
Notable Features: In the bells and whistles category, the Proform 18.0RE beats the Proform 910EX as it is newer and has more features to offer such as a sound system feature, controls that can be found in the handlebars, oversized cushioned pedals, on-board cooling fans, a folding design, better foot pedal design and an attractive console. Plus, it is compatible with the newer iFit Live.
On the other hand, the 910EX is equipped with the first version of iFit which may not be as advanced but can still help you achieve your fitness goals.
Parts Warranty: When it comes to the parts warranty, the Proform 18.0RE offers 3 years of free coverage while the Proform 910EX only offers a year.
Labor Warranty: In this category, the two are tied with an offer of a year each in the labor warranty coverage.
Machine Weight: Both machine weights are not indicated which leads to a stalemate between the two.
Machine User Weight Capacity: áIt is a tie between the two when it comes to maximum user weight capacity as they can accommodate up to 325 lbs. However, since they did not indicate their actual machine weight, this cannot be verified.
Money Back Guarantee: In the money back guarantee category, the two are tied with a 30-day offer each.
Conclusion:The two are sold at $999 each at the time of the review but the 19.0RE beats the 910EX as it has improved features to offer.
In terms of stride length variations, resistance levels, and parts warranty, the 18.0RE dominates. Plus, it has a rare 40░ incline ramp and a SpaceSaver folding design. What’s more, it has full features on its foot pedals, on-board cooling fans, and attractive console design.
Because of these features, the 18.0RE ranks 4th in the $651 to $1000 price range while the 910EX is at 15th.