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Bowflex TreadClimber TC20

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List Price: $3,999.00
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  • Top-of-the-line 3-in-1 cardio machine that combines best attributes of treadmill, stair climber, and elliptical
  • Burns up to 3.5 times the calories in the same amount of time as other cardio machines
  • Low-impact workout is easy on the joints, with low "perceived exertion"; 2 user profiles
  • Backlit LCD display tracks speed, time, distance, calories, and HR; 0.5 to 4.5 mph speed range
  • 300-pound capacity; measures 31.5 x 55.25 x 55 inches (W x H x D); 3-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Our top-of-the-line TreadClimber® TC20 is perfect to help you avoid workout burnout with built-in motivation and versatility. Great for households with more than one user, the TC20 comes with five standard workouts and three 'landmark' workouts to raise your heart rate quickly while minimizing impact on your joints.

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Work out smarter and more efficiently with the top-of-the-line TreadClimber TC20, which comes with five standard workouts and three "landmark" workouts to raise your heart rate quickly.


The Bowflex dual treadle system.
The TC20 delivers an impressively low-impact fitness routine that's easy on your joints. As a result, your "perceived exertion" is incredibly low. That means you'll burn more calories on a TreadClimber than you would with other cardio machines, but won't feel as tired when you're done. You'll get the effects--and the results--without feeling the fatigue. A University of Wisconsin study indicates that TreadClimber technology lets you burn up to 3.5 times the calories in the same amount of time as with other cardio machines.



The TC20 burns up to 3.5x more calories in the same amount of time as other cardio machines.
The secret to the TreadClimber TC20 is Bowflex's unique dual treadle system, which offers the benefits of three machines in one. In Action 1, the TC20 performs like a treadmill, with belts that move as you walk forward. In Action 2, the TC20 mimics a stair climber, with two independent treadles that move up and down. When you combine these actions, you get the third machine: an elliptical trainer that provides a smooth, low-impact motion. Cardio training on the TreadClimber TC20 not only helps you lose weight, but it also increases your energy level, improves your bone density, increases HDLs (the "good" cholesterol), reduces back pain, and makes you leaner.

The TreadClimber TC20 comes equipped with a fully backlit LCD display that monitors your speed, distance, time, calories, and heart rate. The machine also offers two personalized user profiles, with custom distance, calories, or time goals (the goals reset weekly). The profiles interact with the TC20's G.O. Coach console to establish targets, track progress, and compare results. And the TC20 helps maximize your workout efficiency thanks to its wireless heart rate monitor, which keeps you in your target heart rate zone. Other features include an instant Quick Start feature, an ergonomic console that provides easy access to water bottles and magazines, a speed range of 0.5 to 4.5 miles per hour, extra-long foot treadles, transport wheels for easy mobility, and a Bowflex body weight loss plan.

The TreadClimber is also available in entry-level TC5 and midrange TC10 models.

Specifications

  • Speed range: 0.5 to 4.5 mph
  • Electronic functions: Speed, distance, time, calories, and HR
  • Dimensions: 31.5 by 55.25 by 55 inches (W x H x D)
  • Minimum ceiling height: The treadles are 17 inches off the floor at their highest point. Add 17 inches to your height plus a couple of inches for clearance.
  • Capacity: 300 pounds
  • Weight: 217 pounds
  • Warranty: 3 years

TreadClimber Comparison

 

TC5

TC10

TC20

Maximum displayed speed 4.5 mph 4 mph 4.5 mph
Saved user profiles 0 1 2
Integrated heart rate monitor No No Yes
Extended treadles No No Yes
Display type LCD LCD Backlit LCD
Display functions 4 (speed, distance, time, calories) 4 (speed, distance, time, calories) 5 (speed, distance, time, calories, HR)
Dimensions 27 x 52.8 x 43.1 inches (W x H x D) 30.3 x 52.3 x 50.6 inches (W x H x D) 31.5 x 55.25 x 55 inches (W x H x D)
Capacity 300 pounds 300 pounds 300 pounds
Weight 163 pounds 185 pounds 217 pounds
Warranty (covers entire machine) 1 year 2 years 3 years

 


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 55 x 31.5 x 55.2 inches ; 217 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 217 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B006FPRDL8
  • Item model number: CR052
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,573 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

It is VERY sturdy.
Sea Glass
I have problems with my knees and thought it might be affected by working out on the Tredclimber, but I was wrong!
Cynthia Terherst
I highly recommend not to buy this Chinese made product that is way over priced.
James Beindorf

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

208 of 232 people found the following review helpful By Sea Glass on August 25, 2013
Hello Friends, if you are looking to buy a treadclimber TC20 here are the things they don't tell you:
1) Please know that the shocks are very tight right out of the box. I thought I was going to die after just 10 minutes. We spent 1 1/2 hours putting this thing together and all I could think of is "how do we send it back." Then my husband said "you must be doing it wrong" So he went on it and had the same realization. After a couple of days it loosened up and we both found our strides. Please don't give up.
2)Start out slow and work your way up. I made it through half of the space needle in the beginning and under two weeks I am making it to the top.
3)The motion of the machine is not hard to get use to. Even my 70 year old mother could use the machine on lower speeds. I did find myself with a "death grip" on the first and even second use but I think I had just watched to many youtube videos of people be shot off the treadmill.
4) I was very discouraged by the "go coach" because all it does is see if you made it to the amount of time or calories or whatever you set it for. You can do that on your own. I wish it did more for the money I spent. Another kicker is that the manual tells you to unplug your machine and if you do this it re-sets the go coach completely.
5)The TC20 is the right machine for taller people (6'+)my husband is 6'4 and needs even bit of stride allowance on the machine.
6)over all I love my machine. It is VERY sturdy. I am not burning 500 calories a session yet. and I have to wonder how this machine factors in my weight to give me an accurate calories burn total? Because I am moving 197 lbs around and I did workout for 30 minutes but I burned less than 200 calories... things just don't seem to add up. Oh well, I can tell things are firming up already so hopefully I will see lower number on the scale soon. See you at the top.
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124 of 141 people found the following review helpful By H. Solomon on October 27, 2012
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I've been on my treadclimber nearly everyday since it's arrival. Yes, it arrived on the exact date projected. It took it a little bit of time to assemble it, but then I was off and walking. I was pleasently surprised by the extent of the workout, and then a tad sore the next day, because I woke up some muscles that have been slacking. Now, I'm not unfit, if that's the thought. I'm active in martial arts, swimming, and trail biking...the treadclimber, however - keeps you at a constant pace, climbing. If I turn on an NFL game, I've lost track of time, and spent over an hour and a half walking while engrossed in the game. I didn't get it for weightloss, but for variety in addition to what I normally do, and during the cold/rainy season. Love it. I've got friends that have offered to pay me to come over and use it. It's getting it's workout between my son, myself, and a friend or two.
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77 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Deacon Mike on March 12, 2014
I purchased the TC20 from the Bowflex site since they were offering a great incentive package--discounted price, free mat, free shipping. There is little I can add to some of the excellent reviews already offered, except for the issue of noise and vibration. We have our TC20 on the second floor in a room with ceramic tile. I thought the free "protective mat" would dampen the vibration and sound, but that was not the case. You could hear and feel the vibration and noise throughout the house. And the "free mat" lasted only the first hour. This is a heavy machine with adjustable disk feet in front, but only 1" posts in the rear topped with a simple plastic cap that punched through the mat like a cookie cutter. I threw away the useless mat and added 1" heavy rubber chair tips to the rear leg posts. That helped but was not enough. What really made a difference was adding Appliance Anti-Walk Pads under the front and rear legs. Wow! What a difference. These are made for washing machines but isolate the machine and prevent transmission of vibrations to the floor, protecting floor surfaces and dramatically reducing noise and vibrations through the house. Removing the mat also made it easier to keep the floor under the machine clean.

Rubber chair tips (1") can be found any hardware store, but the Waxman Appliance anti-walk pads I only found at Lowes [...]
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76 of 88 people found the following review helpful By anoymous on July 4, 2014
I purchased this directly from the Bowflex website after reading the reviews. Customer service is a hit or miss. Once you buy it, they really don't care about following up with you or dealing with your concerns. I had it professionally assembled which was well worth the money.

As for workout, the motion is easy to get used to. But for the price I paid, I expected a smoother stride. It's cheap plastic with a cheap looking console. The machine makes a clunky noise on the slower speeds. Honestly, if you're a seasoned athlete, you'll be on the max resistance from day one with nothing to work with other then speed. If you're new to exercise, this machine might be a good way to start.

I had surgery on my knee and wanted something low impact. Bowflex claims this machine is, but it's not. I kept getting pain in my left knee and hip. I ended up selling the unit and got a good old fashioned inclined treadmill--which I'm much happier with.

My recommendation is try the machine before you buy! It's got both good and bad points but it wasn't the one for me.
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