Other sites selling this product show that there is a 25 year manufacturer warranty on the product (1year labor, 2 year parts and 25 frame and motor) Is it a mistake that overstock listed it as a two year manufacturer? Or is this a used and or refurbished product that has a reduced warranty. 25years vs 2 years is a 23 years difference? Drastic!
I have not used my treadmill very well. So I can't really say how long it will hold up. But I did get a three year warranty....
Meet your weight loss goals and get in shape with this Power 1080 treadmill by ProForm. This commercial quality treadmill offers fitness technology with workout programs, and a color touch-screen display that shows speed, distance, and calories burned.
ITEM#: 14089687Power through your workouts, stretch out your stride and push yourself further with the Power 1080 treadmill from ProForm. Featuring an impressive 3.25 CHP Mach Z Commercial Pro Motor, this treadmill will run with you for thousands of miles.
- Brand: ProForm
- Power 1080 Treadmill
- Model: PFTL11011
- 3.25 CHP Mach Z Commercial Pro motor
- Treadmill will run with you for thousands of miles
- Includes iFit Live technology built in
- Work out around the world with Google Maps
- Train with Jillian Michaels and get a personalized workout program downloaded every day to the treadmill’s console
- 7-inch full-color touch screen display allows you to stay in touch with your workout
- Quick access allows you to view your speed, time, distance, calories burned and pulse
- Extra-long 20 inch x 60 inch, 2-ply treadbelt, allows you to stretch out your stride and push yourself further
- Materials: Metal/plastic
- Dimensions: 59 inches high x 37 inches wide x 81 inches long
|Console Display Type||LCD|
|Heart Rate Monitoring||Pulse Grips Only|
|Incline Adjustability||Power Adjustable|
|Maximum Incline||13 to 15 percent|
|Stride Adjustability||Power Adjustible Stride|
|Treadmill Running Surface Length||50 to 60 in.|
|Weight Capacity||301 -350 lbs|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year Manufacturer|
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I have not used my treadmill very well. So I can't really say how long it will hold up. But I did get a three year warranty.Read More
By the second time my husband used this treadmill the runner started slipping. I waited about a week before using it and the incline froze. It allowed me to raise it but would not lower (although the display panel indicated it had). My husband said it froze like that about half the times he'd used it and the only way to fix it was to unplug the machine. Well, that may have worked the first couple times but it doesn't anymore. So now we have a treadmill that cost over*** that can't do anything but a 3% incline. No point in returning it - pretty sure it weighs around 300 lbs - no way I'm paying those shipping costs. Purchase at your own risk.Read More
I ordered this in January. When I received it part #101 had a broken piece, just aesthetic. Then when I put it together the computer controls worked fine but the manual controls only had one button that worked. I contacted ICON support and it took weeks between replies (email, don't even try calling). I went through multiple troubleshooting steps (throughout those weeks) and finally got them to say that they would ship a new console. I received the part that with the piece broken off already, but the part that amkes the whole treadmill work is still waiting for the new console, which was on backorder (that says a lot in itself. I must not be the only person with this problem.). I sit here now, over 3 months later, with no part and a high dollar piece of junk. I will not buy from overstock again. ***Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello hawiruthy, This treadmill is the perfect way to stay in shape! I apologize for the confusion; this treadmill is protected by a lifetime motor and frame warranty, a 5-year parts warranty, and a 2-year labor warranty. I hope this information helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
Is there a manufacturer warranty on this item? If so what is it?
Hello bbuckles, yes this item features a two year manufacturer warranty. If you have any additional questions please feel free to let us know. Thank you for shopping with us!
Does it fold for storage?
Hello psue34, The second image in the image gallery shows that it does fold out of the way, but at approximately 250 lbs., I don't think it is easily moved for storage. Thank you for your inquiry.
not mention in product details does this treadmill incline if so how far and does it have decline capabilities (i.e. -3%) thanks
Hello alabama74, 0–15% Quick Incline Control: The best and most convenient incline adjustment allows you to change inclines with the touch of a button. No decline capabilities. Power through your workouts with the ProForm Power 1080 Treadmill. Featuring an impressive 3.25 CHP Mach Z Commercial Pro Motor, this treadmill will run with you for thousands of miles. And, with iFit Live Technology Built-In, you can work out around the world with Google Maps, train with Jillian Michaels and get a personalized workout program downloaded every day to the treadmill’s console. With a 7” full-color touch screen, you can quickly view your speed, time, distance, calories burned and pulse so you stay in touch with your workout. Plus, with an extra-long 20” x 60”, 2-ply treadbelt, you can stretch out your stride and push yourself to the max. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
What is the weight limit of this treadmill.
Thank you for your interest. We are currently looking into this. Your answer will be posted in 1 to 2 business days.
The weight capacity for this machine is 350 lbs.
I fit technology built in?? Most are sold seperately? Michelle
Yes, the iFit Live technology is built in to this product.
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