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Smooth Fitness 7.35 Folding Treadmill

by Smooth
73 customer reviews

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  • Separate pedestal and a one-piece, 62-inch deck can handle aggressive running and walking
  • 3.5-horsepower commercial grade motor; 20 by 62-inch running/walking surface
  • Features a sound system with speakers and iPod docking station
  • 20 fitness programs including a manual program, preset programs, and heart-rate control
  • 350-pound maximum user weight; 0-15 incline levels; 0.5 to 11.3 miles per hour range
  • Water bottle holder and wireless heart rate monitor included
  • Assembled dimensions: 80 by 33 by 56 inches (L x W x H)
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Product Description

Product Description

Featuring a gym-quality design, the Smooth Fitness® 7.35 treadmill is perfect for your routine. Heavy-duty aluminum side rails and an industrial-strength frame help put the 7.35 miles ahead. You can even attach your USB memory stick to the MP3 port and be energized as your own soundtrack blazes from the console -- bye-bye, bouncing headphone wires!

After your workout, fold the 7.35 for easier storage.

The industrial-strength frame is built to handle the most demanding runners.

Easy-to-read, backlit control panels makes it easy to track your progress.
Perfect for serious training at home, the rugged Smooth Fitness 7.35 Folding Treadmill offers a full-length, 20-by-62-inch running surface, one-touch controls, and a powerful 3.25-horsepower continuous-duty commercial grade motor. Thanks to a separate pedestal and solid one-piece design, this treadmill also has shock absorption capabilities usually only found in non-folding treadmills--but in a folding package for easier storage.

The industrial-strength frame of the treadmill is built to handle the demands of aggressive runners, while the soft-drop, easy-lever folding system makes it easier to store. The 7.35 comes complete with a music system with speakers, a backlit LCD console with easy-to-read buttons displaying speed, time, distance, incline, calories burned, and heart rate, plus a wireless heart rate monitor for convenience. Also included is a water bottle holder. The 7.35 also features 25 fitness programs to challenge your workout, including a manual program that lets you determine the pace and intensity, 15 preset programs, 4 custom programs, and 4 heart-rate control programs. This treadmill offers Smooth's Impression Shock Absorption Technology that responds to your footfalls and reduces impact on your joints and back so you can work out safely and for a longer time.

Product Specifications:

  • Speed Range: 0.5-12 miles per hour
  • Incline Levels: 0-15
  • Number of Programs: 25
  • Motor: 3.25 horsepower
  • Walking Surface: 20 by 62 inches (W x L)
  • Roller Size: 2.25 inches
  • Frame Type: Folding

Smooth 7.35 Treadmill Programs

  • Manual Program: You can alter the speed or incline at your preference any time during your workout for a customizable routine.
  • 15 Preset Programs: Exercising for longer periods of time at a reduced level of intensity encourages your body to burn more calories and fat. Preset
  • levels are optimal for this routine, but are customizable to suit any fitness level.
  • 4 Custom Programs: Create your own custom program. As your fitness level increases you can modify these programs to meet your needs.
  • 4 Heart Rate Control Programs: The heart rate control programs automatically modify the speed and incline to maintain a preset target heart rate.
  • Fitness Test


  • Manufacturer's Warranty on Frame and Motor: Lifetime
  • Parts and Electronics Warranty: 7 years
  • In-Home Service Warranty: 2 years
  • Product Dimensions: 78 by 34 by 51 inches
  • Weighs: 210 pounds
  • Maximum User Weight: 350 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 80 x 33 x 56 inches ; 230 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 248.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0035HEQ3M
  • Item model number: SMT-735R
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #853,712 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

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76 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Pausanius on April 29, 2010
While I wish I could echo the comments on here, I took a gamble on the Smooth Fitness 7.35 treadmill in mid-February and have so far lost my bets.

Upon arrival in early March (3 weeks from order), the treadmill was incredibly easy to put together. The console is nice and large, speakers decent, the deck plenty long and wide with a solid feel. Unfortunately, that's where the positives stopped. While I bought this treadmill partially for its warranty, I did not expect to use it the first day.

The initial problem: The treadmill speed is unpredictable to the point of dangerous.

Upon the first attempt, I set the treadmill on its base speed (0.5 mph) and proceeded to stand on the belt... and it stops! At 6'2" and 180 lbs, the motor and belt shouldn't be stopping by any means. I proceed to stand on the side rails and increase the speed to 1.0 mph. It starts... and stops... and starts... so I decide to reset it as is usual logic with most electronics.

Again, I place the console on the base speed and just let it run underneath as I stand on the side rails. *Without touching anything*, the treadmill ZOOMS from 0 to top speed with absolutely no notice or gradual lead-up. Just sudden, instant top-speed.

Now, had I been standing on this, let alone my wife, either of us could have been seriously injured given there was zero notice and nothing was touched. Sure enough, every time from there on, the treadmill exhibited the same problem over and over rendering it unusuable.

I called Smooth Fitness technical service and to their credit, the technical support person was very friendly, returned calls promptly, and admitted he hadn't seen this type of problem before. He also stated this is a new model and that may be a contributing factor.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By tesilab on February 16, 2011
I researched treadmills the best I could, but found the available online information to be more generic or more suspicious than, say, car reviews.

Nevertheless, I did trust them enough to narrow down the range about three manufacturers/models. The Sole F80, the Nordic Track C1750, and Smooth 7.35R. [NOTE the 7.35R replaces the 7.35, the console is different, and it has true 15 percent incline.]

Prior to the review proper, just a quick note about the competitor's models that I tried:

I was able find a Nordic Track C1500 (previous model to the 1750) and a Sole F80 at Sears, and tried them out first. I was disheartened to find that I could only try a Smooth by actually ordering one.

While the Nordic Track was impressively better on features and specs, and worked great, it also had the highest deck (probably necessary for negative incline feature) which was for me a negative. Another big negative is that once released from the folding position, it had no slow soft descent (you have to hang on and lower it carefully).

The Sole F80 was also very good, and very easy (too easy?) to move once folded up. But when looking for independent reviews, videos, etc., I encountered so much self-promotional material it crowded out nearly everything else. Amazingly, I decided to buy the Smooth sight unseen, based on the scant reviews, and the longer (7 year) warranty. I also believed that, based on proximity, I could get parts faster, should I need them in the future.

OK. The review: I have only just assembled and used this unit. I can't attest to its durability yet, only the assembly, feel, and user experience.

Don't do curbside delivery.
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55 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Phil D on August 6, 2010
When I got the call from the shipping company to set a date for receipt of my new treadmill, I was definitely excited--so you can imagine my disappointment when the shipper's arrived with the wrong product (a Smooth Fitness elliptical instead of a treadmill). I called Smooth to fix the problem and they were very helpful and apologetic; on the downside, it ended up taking almost three additional weeks for the treadmill to arrive, and nobody thought to call and let me know what was happening in the mean time. When the treadmill finally showed up (over a month after I placed the order), the box had already been opened. If I had known this prior to my acceptance, I would've declined the shipment, but when I questioned the shipping company representative (from Oak Harbor Freight) about the plastic bands that were removed, he assured me that such was common practice (something to do with the pallet that the box was attached to). In any event, I once again found myself disappointed as I discovered that the treadmill had, in fact, been taken out of the box prior to my receipt and was improperly repackaged. That wouldn't have bothered me too much except that there were gashes in the plastic side boards. I'm assuming this happened during shipment, as it would be extremely bad practice for any company to knowingly ship a new product in such a condition.

Once I got the machine set up, I could hardly wait to give it a trial run. I couldn't have been more disappointed with the performance--specifically, the length of time it took for the treadmill to slow down from a fast pace. I timed it, and it took at least 45 seconds (perhaps up to a minute) to slow from 10 MPH to 6 MPH. This is detrimental for any interval workout (such as Troy Jacobson's "Runervals"), where your rest time is precious.
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