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ProForm 6.0 RT

by ProForm
3.7 out of 5 stars 138 customer reviews
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  • Assembly of 1 treadmill per product instructions
  • Please allow an assembly window of 4 hours
  • Moving treadmill to a new room is not included
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Fulfilled By: L&P Development
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  • iPod-compatible so you can rock your workout
  • Work out at your own pace up to 10 mph, with 8 pre-set workouts
  • Power incline up to 10% lets you change your workout level as you go
  • Non-slip treadbelt with shock absorption for reduced impact
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Product Description

Boost your speed incrementally up to 10 mph
Customize Your Training

Customize your training with the 6.0 RT treadmill. The 2.5 continuous horsepower motor delivers smooth, consistent power to every workout. Built to endure light and intense workouts, with the 6.0 RT you can choose from eight preset workout apps designed by a certified personal trainer. With calorie or time based goals, you’ll see results fast. Amp up your workout, reduce impact on your joints, and tone muscle when you walk at an incline. For added cardio benefits, boost your speed incrementally up to 10 mph. One-touch controls adjust your Quick Incline and QuickSpeed—without interrupting your rhythm.


10% Quick Incline Control

Boost your performance with Quick Incline controls. Walking at an incline reduces impact on your joints, adds variety, and helps you burn more calories faster. A favorite feature among professionals, Quick Incline controls adjust your incline with the touch of a button—without interrupting your stride.

8 Workout Apps

Reach your fitness goals in record time with workouts designed by a certified personal trainer. Each workout will help you achieve maximum performance with preset speed, incline, and time settings.

10 MPH QuickSpeed Control

Accelerate your training with QuickSpeed controls. Boost your speed incrementally up to 10 mph and get the intensity you need for any performance workout.

TreadSoft Cushioning

Reduce impact on your joints for a more comfortable workout and faster recovery time between workouts.

2.5CHP Mach Z Motor
2.5 CHP Mach Z Motor

Powerful training makes powerful performance. Customize your training with a motor delivering smooth, consistent power to your full range of training—intervals, speed, and endurance. Built to withstand light and intense workouts, this motor cools internal components to increase the life of your drive system.

Tread Belt Size
18” x 55” Tread Belt

Stretch out your stride on this 18-inch by 55-inch deck. Perfect for users of all heights, you’ll be comfortable while you lose weight, burn calories, and reach your fitness goals.


Product Details

Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]| User Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 66.5 x 30 x 11 inches ; 163 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 163 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: Andorra
  • ASIN: B008GVP7LW
  • Item model number: PFTL39511
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,690 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

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I used it three times and the belt went out of alignment. I'm only 150 and didn't go above level 4, so it's not like it was hard use. I followed the instructions in the manual and online to adjust, but no luck. It was crooked and continued to remain crooked. I called Pro-form customer service and after waiting on hold for 20 minutes, a nice guy answered the phone. He told me to try tightening it all the way then loosening it the same, then running it to see if it aligned; no luck. He said one of the bolts was probably stripped and they could send me a new one. I asked why a bolt would be stripped on a brand new machine, and he said he didn't know.

"You just need to unscrew it and screw in the new one," he instructed. So I asked him to stay on the phone while I did it. Turns out the bolt wouldn't come out of the hole because it was being blocked by the plastic bumper covering it. "It should just fall out when you've unscrewed it all the way," he said. I know how to unscrew a bolt, but continued turning it just in case. "No, it's blocked," I told him. He checked with someone and said "They said it should just fall out." I checked around and there was a screw underneath the plastic part. "Oh, he said, then you probably need to unscrew that." This didn't help my confidence in the company. I tried unscrewing it but it started to strip so I figured I should leave it alone.

In light of this, and the fact that I had no faith at this point that the new bolt would actually do the trick, I asked if someone could come fix it. He said they were only allowed to send the bolt. "But I'm within my 90-day parts and LABOR warranty," I told him. He said he'd need to get supervisory approval because it happens a lot and they're "cracking down" on sending people out to do labor.
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ProForm Treadmill: Considerations Before You Buy

About two months ago I purchased a ProForm treadmill. While I have been pleased with the product, I encountered several "surprises" which other prospective customers should know about as they consider a purchase:

* "Space Saver design; folds vertically for storage" (from ProForm's advertisements) -- Really?

** I was disappointed that the treadmill did not fold vertically, as advertised. If it had stored vertically, directly over its base, it would take up about 20% less space than it does. Instead of folding vertically, the deck folds up to an angle of maybe 60 or 70 degrees -- and hangs out from the base into the room. Don't let the size of the small base brackets fool you into thinking that that will be all the space the treadmill will take-up when stored.

** Additionally, the on/off power switch is located on the front edge of the motor shroud -- which means that the front of the treadmill must be located away from the wall so that you can get to the power switch. (If I remember right, the manual says that the treadmill should be placed two feet away from walls and other objects in all directions.)

* You have to unplug the treadmill when it's not in use (from ProForm's user's manual) -- Really?

** The owners manual says that the treadmill needs to be unplugged between uses to prevent the premature failure of the control board. Apparently the on/off power switch on the front edge of the motor shroud is only a soft-off switch -- that is, electricity is still being used to power the control board and perhaps other stuff. (There's no wiring diagram in the owner's manual, so it's hard to know what is still energized when the treadmill is "off".
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Well this winter in Wisconsin broke us, too many below zero days. So we finally caved in and bought a treadmill. We talked to an in store employee who said it took him an hour to put one of these together and he only needed assistance from another person towards the end. He must be amazing. Because it took my husband and me at least 2.5 hours to put it together, granted we put the control deck bracket on backward. It wasn't difficult, it just wasn't lightening fast, fun and easy. Our track actually do go crooked the first time we used it, so don't throw away your Allen Wrenches (unless you have a set). It was not difficult to adjust the track.

The preset workouts ..........ummm, not a fan. If I pick speed 3 and incline at 3 at about 2 minutes it books me up to 5 and incline 5...... And then keeps rising from there. So we don't use the workout selections, at least not at this point.

We did put down mats that were about 1/2 inch thick under the treadmill.

The treadmill does not fold all the way up, it folds more to a 45 degree angle. And the wheels don't roll so hot. If you are bigger you can run on this. We have 285 pounds running on here. Although depending on your house, objects in the room may move while you are running.

The speakers are pretty cool. Music is great. Audio books are not loud enough on the speakers. The little cubbies on the control panel can hold an iPod in one and a decent sized sports bottle, I have a 24 ounce Gatorade water bottle that fits nice.

The chord is on the front of the unit. And my house was built in 1889 so outlets are scarce (especially of the three prong variety). The chord is about four feet long. It does not not reach all the way to the back of the treadmill.
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