Epic A32E Elliptical Reviews & Ratings
Web Price: $2,299.99 | Sale Price: $1,499.99
This elliptical is the middle priced elliptical in the Epic line up. It still possesses most of the same great features that the top-end elliptical had. You do lose some value with the $500 difference, but this may be worth it to some.
73″ L x 25.3″ W x 67.8″ H
Epic has recently updated their treadmill and elliptical line up, so there is not much news and opinion out there yet. However, it seems Epic has made a great elliptical line up, so there will definitely be some expert reviews soon, so check back often.
The first user review comes directly from the EpicFit website. The next three customer reviews come from Dicks Sporting Goods, which is where you can purchase Epic’s ellipticals.
“Love my new elliptical!! Got it for my birthday 2 weeks ago. Burn approx 450 cals in 30 min. Good quality. I can listen my iPod while surfing the news online and workout. Best elliptical and would recommend it 100%.” – YADI (Georgia)
“The only problem I have is that the flywheel makes a sound when riding. I called EPIC and they are sending out a tech tomorrow to fix it. (great support) There are so many other features on this elliptical that make it worth the extra money (stuff that you wont find until you read the entire manual).” -Me, Winter Park, FL
“Just bought this elliptical from Dick’s Happy Valley Location. Ron was very helpful and we couldn’t be happier. Very easy to follow instructions. Took about 3 hours with just me putting together and taking my time. Ellipitcal is very well made and has alot of very cool features.” -Sean, Phoenix, AZ
“Once I got it up and running I hooked it up to my WI-FI and started an update. The problem came after the update the machine kept requesting another update and it rendered my machine inoperable. I couldn’t even do a workout on my shiny new machine while I waited for service to get back to me. If given the opportunity I would have gone with another brand.” -Jeff, Wixom, MI
The Epic A32E has better-than-average features for ellipticals in this price range. This elliptical does lack some of the features that the A35E has to offer, however, it is $500 cheaper. Ultimately, you are not missing much and the lower price may be worth it. The A32E has a smaller touch screen of 7″ and it has less preset workout programs (35 instead of 45 programs). Overall, you are still going to get a great and diverse workout with this machine, especially since most ellipticals at this price range do not have this many programs and most of them are not iFit Ready. These features alone will keep the user entertained for a long time.
**UPDATE: It looks like the Epic brand might be out of business. The website is currently down and Epic is no longer listed as a brand on the ICON website. If you’re set on the Epic A32E elliptical you can still find it for sale on Amazon. Otherwise opt for one of the higher end models from NordicTrack or Horizon.