HealthRider H95e Rear DriveHealthRider H95e Rear Drive

Web Price: $1,499 | Sale Price: $999

iFitLive, space saver technology, adjustable stride, and incline make this the best rear-drive HealthRider elliptical to date.

Overall Rating From Elliptical Review Guru: 3.0 / 5.0

325 lbs
Stride Length:
18 – 20″
81.5″ L x 27″ W x 66″ H

*UPDATE* The HealthRider H95E is no longer available and has been replaced for the new year. The new models, including the Hybrid Trainer, the H50e and the Stride Trainer 900, offer slight improvements over the previous models. Check out the new models here: New HealthRider ellipticals.

Expert Reviews

“The H95e is a significant upgrade to its predecessors and may be a worthwhile investment: the heart rate monitor can help people make the most of workouts; the incline and adjustable stride enable the targeting of different muscle groups; and the many iFit options help keep exercise interesting. The fact that HealthRider has lengthened its warranty for this model is encouraging. Still, ellipticals with better warranties are offered by Reebok, Sole, and NordicTrack.”

User Reviews

The following user reviews come from Buzzilions…

“Very poor quality. Defective parts right out of the box prevents me from fully assembling it. I’ve had this thing for two months and not a single calorie has been burned by this machine, unless you count hauling the box in from the truck.”

“I am very happy with the overall quality of the machine. It has a heavy duty feel to it, and I like the control panel because it is easy to use.I have exercised on it 3 times now, and my wife has twice, and we are very happy with it. The roller wheels were a little loud at first, but they just needed to be broken in. It is quiet, smooth, and everything is working correctly.”

“Overall, I am extremely satisfied! This was a great purchase, and I would purchase the same machine again!”


The HealthRider H95e Rear Drive elliptical is the best you’re going to get from HealthRider which is, to be honest, a bit sad. Like the above review said, you’re going to get a nicer elliptical from Sole, Reebok, and NordicTrack but if you’re getting the H95 at a Black Friday deal or you’ve found it used somewhere, it’s an okay deal. Brand new, HealthRider has it priced too high but it’s not a bad elliptical once it is up and running.

In our opinion, you are much better off with another brand that offers more for your money. Check out our Top Picks By Price Range to find an elliptical in your budget that receives high ratings.