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Sole Fitness F63 Folding Treadmill

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  • Entry-level folding treadmill with 2.5-horsepower continuous-duty motor
  • Vibrant 6.5-inch LCD display with integrated speakers and audio cable
  • 6 standard workouts and 2 custom workouts; built-in cooling fans
  • Easy Assist folding deck design; phenolic shock-absorption system
  • 325-pound capacity; measures 33 x 75 inches (W x D); weighs 245 pounds
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Product Description

The Sole® T63 treadmill boasts a continuous-duty 2.5 HP motor that delivers challenging speeds up to 10 MPH and inclines up to 15%. As an additional perk, the console is designed with built-in speakers, which allow you to plug in your MP3 player for a rockin' ride.

Named a "best buy" from a leading consumer magazine two years in a row, the entry-level Sole F63 treadmill is loaded with features typically found in more expensive machines. All Sole treadmills are outfitted with powder-coated, all-steel welded frames and heavy-duty, stable inclines. The F63 also includes an ultra-reliable 2.5-horsepower continuous-duty motor and all-steel zinc-coated balanced flywheel, creating a secure, quiet, vibration-free running/walking surface. The flywheel is much heavier than most other brands, giving runners the fluid motion they're accustomed to at the gym. To accommodate runners with balky joints, Sole added a low-impact, 1-inch phenolic deck. The deck's shock-absorbing design greatly reduces the impact to your feet, ankles, knees, hips, and spine, making it comfortable for frequent runners or for users with running- and walking-related injuries.

The F63's console includes a vibrant 6.5-inch LCD display and an integrated sound system.
The F63 makes it easy to track your workout progress via the vibrant 6.5-inch LCD display, which includes windows for speed, incline, time, distance traveled, calories, pulse, and pace. The console also sports a 1/4-mile track and a peak-and-valley graph for different programs, along with an integrated sound system for listening to your iPod or MP3 player (the system includes built-in speakers and a sound cord that plugs into your player's headphone jack). Perhaps the handiest feature is the integrated message window, which offers scrolling messages that walk you through the treadmill's features or the workout itself. The message window will also recap your entire routine after you're finished, so you can see your progress from workout to workout.

The F63 comes complete with six automatic programs--including cardio training and fat burning options--and two customizable programs, so you can challenge yourself with multiple routines. Or you can opt to control the speed and incline manually. The speed range is adjustable from 1 to 10 miles per hour and the incline varies between 0 and 15 percent.

And to reduce space, the F63 boasts an Easy Assist folding deck design. This unique feature allows you to release the deck, step back, and watch the deck unfold itself. When you're done with your workout, simply fold it back up and store it out of the way. Other features include a 20-by-55-inch running deck, a large stop switch, cooling fans, armrest speed and incline controls, and a low-profile running hood that doesn't get in the way of your running gait.

The treadmill's Easy Assist folding deck helps save space in crowded homes.
  • Motor: 2.5 horsepower continuous duty, DC type
  • Speed: 1 to 10 miles per hour
  • Incline: 15 percent maximum, rack-and-pinion gear design
  • Deck design: Phenolic, with shock absorption
  • Running surface: 20 by 55 inches
  • Belt: 2 ply
  • Rollers: 2-1/2 inches
  • Folding: Yes, with Easy Assist folding feature
  • Heart rate control: No
  • Hand pulse grips: Yes, with armrest speed/incline controls
  • Display: Blue 6.5-inch LCD
  • Message window: Yes, single LCD
  • Standard programs: 6
  • User-defined programs: 2
  • Heart rate programs: No
  • Cooling fans: Yes
  • Capacity: 325 pounds
  • Dimensions: 33 by 75 inches (W x D)
  • Weight: 245 pounds
  • Warranties: Lifetime on motor and frame; 3 years on deck, electronics, belt, and rollers; 1 year on labor

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 81 x 36 x 17 inches ; 251 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 252 pounds
  • 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.
  • ASIN: B003Z4E536
  • Item model number: F63-11
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #497,499 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

A few seconds after the countdown, LS1 Low Speed popped up.
C. spurlock
From our research we were able to find that Sole is higher-end manufacturer of treadmills, so that was a plus.
I really think this treadmill offers the best bang for your £ !
m ahern

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Lisa in CT on January 16, 2011
This is a pretty good treadmill. I bought it based on Sole's reputation & warranty. I did a lot of research before buying, but at the last minute couldn't bring myself to spend the [...] on the f80, so I went w/ the f63 on sale at Dicks for [...]. I figured since the f80 was more often recommended for die-hard runners and the f63 was reviewed as more than good enough for walkers & joggers, I'd save the difference.
I now regret my change in model. The f80 was much quieter. I have to have the tv volume up pretty high while using this one. The 80 was almost silent in comparison. The belt on the 80 was twice as thick. The deck cushion was better on the 80, it seemed to absorb your strides better, of course that's what [...] more buys (plus additional warranty time). The speed & incline on both are comparable. It does take a bit for the speed to catch up to the setting, but that's not really a big deal. One thing about either model is that Sole has this incredibly stupid design of a curved front cover over the front of the belt. Most other brands have a straight cover across, further up, away from where your feet land. Running is ok, but when you're walking, be careful not to step on this cover as to step forward. I think while running you are a bit farther back on the belt. It is an extremely bad design and is an accident waiting to happen - thank goodness the side handles are there to catch yourself. Others have mentioned this design flaw on other models too.
Anyway, if you can afford the f80, I recommend that model instead. If not, this is probably the top of the line treadmill you'll get for around [...].
Which ever one you buy, unless you have a couple of very strong friends to help you, go for the delivery and have them at least put it in the room you'll be using it in. Paying for set-up isn't really necessary, I got it set up in an hour or so, but this is VERY heavy and you'll need help!!
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Bdavid on February 19, 2011
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Did my due diligence on the research, both online and in person before purchasing through Amazon. I picked Amazon over Dicks, Sears or Sole's website because of the price....well the actual price is the same, shipping and tax through all but kills the deal for me. And believe me, unless you have a large truck and a couple of large friends, get this thing delivered. The box is about the size of a coffin and just about needs the same amount of pallbearers to shoulder it for any distance. Once I opened it I could see why it's so heavy! The thing is solidly built with thick gauge welded steel supports and a deck that says "you better be a man if you think you're gonna negotiate me up or down a flight of stairs alone" Do your self a favor and take it in pieces and assemble it wherever you're going to use it and then figure on selling it with the place when you move...LOL But then again, this is what you want in a product that's going to take a pounding like a treadmill does.
Everything went together fine except a couple of bolt holes were threaded funky so they feel like they're cross-threaded, but you can man-handle them in as long as you toss the little hex key out and use a ratchet. And also the triangular plastic covers mentioned in other reviews are a pain to screw in because of the speedclips and the self tapping screws and the placement of the screw-holes. It would have been a lot smoother process if not for these small inconveniences.
The F-63 works flawlessly right out of the gate. the speeds, the incline settings, the display, the speakers...well not the speakers, they're crappy but everything else works as advertised with a quietly rhythmic vroom.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By C. spurlock on April 6, 2011
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My F63 arrived on time, so delivery was fine. I put it all together without too many problems other than a screw under the right leg cover not wanting to go in. Once I got it together, I was excited to try it out. I flipped the power switch on and flipped through the programs, selected one, tossed in the info needed, hit start. It counted down 3....2....1.....belt didn't move at all. A few seconds after the countdown, LS1 Low Speed popped up. I opened up the manual to see what the heck was going on. When this error pops up and the belt doesn't move, you're supposed to contact support. So I called them up, talked to a guy who was patient with me not knowing what the heck to look for, tapped on some sensor, flipped it back on, tried to make the belt go via hitting start, it didn't work. Turned it off and back on, looked for some light on the main board other than the power light after hitting start again, didn't see a thing. He registers my information for my warranty, informs me that there will be parts mailed to me via ground shipping(not even expedited)then tells me a service tech will contact me to come out and fix it. So here I am with a brand new treadmill bought from Amazon that needs a couple parts already replaced from day 1.


-LS1 Low Speed Error straight out of the box.
-The fix is to send multiple parts via ground shipping to me then a tech will come out to fix it after they arrive.
-I'm looking at at least a week of staring at this thing until it is checked out and hopefully fixed.

I would not recommend the purchase of this treadmill.
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