- Excellent product
- Users fall in love with this machine
- Easy to assemble
It’s quite heavy – you’ll need help moving it. Other issues are ridiculously minor – especially given the price.
Wow! If you’re looking for the best treadmill for your home – that won’t totally break the bank, you’ve just found it. In their review, the folks at Runner’s World say “opt for this machine if you are on a budget.” We have to agree. If you’re serious, but you can’t justify anything over $5,000, you’re in the right place. The fact that you’ll pay less than $1,500 is just the first bonus you’ll find.
This awesome treadmill offers 32 programs which you can totally customize. The incline allows for downhill running as well as uphill training – that’s because the machine integrates with iFit so you can run simulations of real routes, work remotely with a trainer, and compete against friends. (Yes, seriously.)
Other huge bonuses include the cooling fan (yes please), more than decent sound with the 3.0 Intermix Acoustics speakers, tablet holder, iPod plugin, and heart rate chest strap. There is a tray for holding any other bits you need. And, the Hydraulic spring EasyLift Assist makes it easier than usual to fold this away (though you will need help moving it to another room – it’s heavy).
Basically, this product is about as awesome as it gets for a home treadmill. And don't just take our word for it either; multiple treadmill reviews give this full marks. If you're looiking for something just over that $1,000 price range, you want this treadmill. Promise.
Is there a wide workout variety? 32 workouts can all be hyper-personalized. You can choose to focus on high-intensity workouts, speed, incline, or calorie-burning.
How fast can you make it go? Up to 12 mph.
How much incline can you get? Imitate outdoor conditions with a range between -3 and 15%. Yes, that’s a -3% which is an unusual feature that you can use with iFit programs and much like roads you’d find on actual routes.
Are there any safety features? The handlebars offer a premium firm grip. There’s also an easily accessible stop button and a key that you can attach to your clothing – if you want; though it’s not necessary for most users.
Maximum weight? 350 pounds. That’s incredible – and you still won’t feel it shaking.
Track size? 60” L x 22” W; that’s on the generous side of average compared to other home models – only super tall runners will find it difficult to use.
Dimensions? Assembled dimensions: 73.5” H x 80” L x 36” W
What type of motor does it have? An impressive 3.5 CHP commercial motor.
Is there a warranty? There’s a lovely lifetime warranty on the frame and motor. You get 5 years on other parts and 2 years of service.
Will it break the bank? The MSRP is $2,000. You’ll find this for sale somewhere between $1,300 and $1,500. It’s definitely a great value for the money.
- Rated #1 in 7 Best Treadmills for Sale