FreeMotion 770 Interactive Treadmill
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- Treadmill Dimensions: 80in L X 36in W X 73.5in H / Product Weight: 300 lbs.
- Treadbelt: 2-Ply, 20in x 60in Commercial Quiet Belt for Smoother, Quieter Workout / SRS Surface Response Suspension: Full-Length Cushioning Delivers Outstanding Joint Protection so You Can Enjoy Longer, More Comfortable Workouts
- Speed Range: 0-12 MPH 1-Step Speed- Make precise interval changes to your workout speed. Simply touch a single button for whole MPH changes or key in the exact speed to suit your stride. / Incline Range: 0-15 percent 1-Step Incline- Adjusts with the simple touch of a button
- Display: 10in Touch-Screen Display with Web Browser Powered by Android. Connect to your homes wireless network to check the news, read email, watch sports highlights or get on Facebook / Displays: Speed, Time, Distance, Incline, Pulse and Calories Burned with the simple touch of a button / 7 x 30 Scrolling Cross-Trainer Display: Displays your workout graphically and prompts you when its time to perform cross-training exercises
- IFit Live: Wireless Connection Between the Internet and Your Home Fitness Equipment! With workouts Powered by Google Maps, iFit Live allows you to experience trails all over the world as if you were outside. Plus, to simulate the physical features of the terrain, iFit Live automatically adjusts your incline and decline. Work out with Jillian Michaels, Americas toughest trainer. iFit Live also lets you interact with your Facebook friends and download daily workouts. Youll lose weight, get fit and
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Putting it together takes a few hours with a cordless screwdriver. I suspect using the supplied allen wrenches alone would take a lot longer. I was very impressed by the quality of construction (all steel parts, heavy duty bolts etc). Once again, I suggest having another person there to help you put it together some of the parts are bulky.
Now, on to the touch screen display. I will say I am very pleased with it after initial setup. I suggest getting the 750 model if you don't care to/or know how to use a smart phone. Because that is basically how it functions (android operating system). Also, having WIFI at the house makes life a lot easier as far as updating the firmware goes. You can do it with a USB drive, but you are missing out on half the functionality of this thing without WIFI. The touchscreen was really laggy at first, thought I had a dud. But I reset it and it was fine. Once you are logged into your wireless, do a firmware update (takes another few hours depending on you internet speed), calibrate the incline on the deck, and you are good to go.Read more ›
My old bottom dollar treadmill just wasn't cutting it anymore in terms of giving me knee pain and for its lack of features, so I decided to upgrade. There are a lot of treadmills out there and a lot of cheaply designed yet still expensive ones. After tons of research and talking to everyone I knew that had a treadmill, as well as physically trying out every one I could possibly try, it became apparent that FreeMotion made a treadmill that was what I was looking for. What was I looking for you ask??
Reliability - Several top manufactures seem to have a lot of problems with the quality control of their products and I quickly dropped them from my list. I was surprised at the rate of failure with some of the top names, all I can say is do your homework before you decide to purchase an expensive treadmill based on name alone.
Features - I wanted something easier on my knees, preferred a touch screen with a virtual track, and wanted something that got up to at least 12 mph.
Price - I was hoping to find something that met all my expectations and fell within a reasonable price. You can spend $4-6K and easily get a treadmill that has all the features you want, but I was not willing to spend that much.
After weeding out the unreliable and feature lacking models, I was left with only a handful of options. Sole makes a good treadmill, but I found the deck to be a lot less flexible than I wanted, on top of the fact that they take too long to speed up (This was a problem I wasn't expecting to be a problem, but it was very annoying). My other options were Precor, True, Landice, and FreeMotion.Read more ›
1.Large touch screen. (not as responsive as smartphones but good enough)
2. quiet motor
3. loud speakers
4. Lots of pre programed options.
1. fan motor does not function after 2-3 months of use.
2. slow processing cpu in the unit running android. not as snappy as youd like.
3. Wifi speeds are slow. Browsing is just to slow for my taste as well.
4. tread is not 22x60 the extra 2 inches across would of made a world of difference.
5. Heavy to fold up.
I would definately recommend this treadmill over others just from the many pre programming options and large beautiful screen. Even though there are more cons then pros i would have to say this treadmill is top at this price. Great buy overall!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this treadmill brand new 2 years ago. It had problems from the very beginning. The belt needed realigning twice a year. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sandra Thomas
Quick to get your money, problems since day one, Unable to get through for service. No follow up. No diagnosis, just want to throw parts in it with no clear diagnosis. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by bill l