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Recent Customer Reviews in Treadmills

  • Stamina InMotion Manual Treadmill

    Today $170.99 Compare $245.00 Save 30%
    better than i expected - good exercise

    Sep 6, 2012

    lefemmetracita  from winter haven, FL, Rating:4.0

    i thought it would be really cheesy, but it's actually a pretty good exercise machine. much more difficult than i expected. a motor isn't needed because of the steep slope, gravity forces you to keep walking fast. it's difficult though, so maybe not suitable for elderly who just want a gentle walking pace.

  • Electric Treadmill

    Feb 3, 2015

    Mory M. Rating:5.0

    I love it! the size is right and just what I need if I want to change it from one room to another one. The packing was perfect. Thank you.

  • Stamina InMotion T900 Manual Treadmill

    Today $129.11 Compare $199.99 Save 35%

    Jul 25, 2012

    judysdolls  from Jonesborough, TN, Rating:4.0

    It is working out fine for our purposes....nothing special, but adequate!

  • Jan 28, 2015

    Daria K. Rating:2.0

    This treadmill is easy to assemble bit loud and the maximum speed is a fast pace walk. Not good for a serious runner

  • Great for treadmill desk!

    Jan 31, 2014

    afdube  from Cary, North Carolina, Rating:5.0

    I searched for quite a while to find a treadmill that was reasonably priced that I could retrofit to make a treadmill desk. This one was super easy to convert and is a great alternative to the $XXX units you can buy. Simply disconnect the cables to the speed control on the arm and pull the cables through the uprights (making sure to attach a string so you can pull them back through later if you decide to put this back together). Remove the arms and lay the uprights down as though you were going to fold it away for storage. This creates the "feet" at the front of the unit. Reconnect the wires to the main display pad and place the display pad on your desk. I even attached some brackets so the display would sit upright on my desk. Perfect treadmill for a desk for less than $XXX! I have been using it for 2 weeks now and absolutely love it! I use it in an office building where my office is very close to several others and there is no noise or disruption to them. The unit run...

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