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Stamina InMotion II Manual Treadmill
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- Quiet, self-powered treadmill that lets you set your own workout pace
- 42-inch-long walking/running deck accommodates long and short strides
- Multi-function, battery-operated monitor tracks distance, time, speed, and calories
- Heavy-duty steel frame; 2 incline positions (8 and 10 degrees); folds for storage
- Measures 46.5 x 43.5 x 26 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty on frame
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Perhaps most importantly for crowded homes, the InMotion II folds up and stores easily in a closet or garage. Other details include a textured, non-slip walking/running surface; foam-padded front and side rails; a heavy-duty steel frame; a pair of incline positions (8 and 10 degrees); skid-resistant rubber floor protectors to maximize stability; and a weight capacity of 250 pounds. The InMotion II--which doesn't require an electrical outlet, so you can put it just about anywhere--measures 46.5 by 43.5 by 26 inches (W x H x D) when fully assembled and weighs 56 pounds. It's also backed by a one-year warranty on the frame and a 90-day warranty on parts.
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Top Customer Reviews
My only real complaint is this treadmill is pretty loud. I'm going to try some silicone spray to see if that quiets it down a little. As it is I have to crank up the TV super loud to be able to hear it while I'm working out.
But all and all, the price and quality of this product make it an excellent value. I'm very happy.
I bought this treadmill because of the weight tolerance and the belt size which allows me to run and walk.
Yeah, there's some belt wobble, but you get that with any manual. Just gotta fine-adjust it to your rhythm.
I'm not a sprinter--I prefer to "go the distance" and ride this thing for an hour at a time! I don't like the incline--even adjusted down it forces you to run fast (which, like I said, cheats your hamstrings because they don't get a good workout). Because of the size of the base of the handlebar assembly, there tends to be wobble. The wobble gets worse if you're positioned lower down on the belt assembly.
I compensated for this by putting weights at the tail end of the belt assembly, which lowered the incline. So now I'm more able to work out my hamstrings and keep my body position more forward on the belt which greatly reduces wobble. Having done that, I'm able to go for a nice jog for an hour and work out both my thighs and hamstrings.
Now, get out all nuts, bolts washers etc. etc. and match what you got with the parts list, I was fortunate it was complete. Matching the bolts with a different type would be hard. Get out your box end wrench set, borrow a friends or use a good crescent wrench, use a 3/4 inch & 11/16 inch box for the large bolts, the tool provided is a joke for assembling the item but OK later to check for tightness. Provided Allen wrenches work well. Assemble per instructions they are precise. Adjusting the belt takes some getting use to so work slowly it will finally be running in the middle, patience with this is a must!!!
I have lower back problems and walk 4.6 miles per day, nearly 61 years old and missed 32 days last year and wanted something to use when the weather does not permit walking, this fits the bill. CAUTION, you are going to be using muscles that you do not use when just walking. It's very much like loading a U-Hall truck walking up the plank, the next day you'll really feel the new muscels being used, don't think this is tit for tat like walking, start a little at a time and build up your strength and muscels or you will burn yourself out quickly.
I also put 2 like bricks surrounded with foam rubber under the back end to level it out even more, when starting out grab the handles firmly and hold on b/c until you get use to the thing you can fall pretty easily. Support yourself when getting on to start walking & slowly getting off to make adjustments. The belt adjustments are tricky at first just take your time. Wear good walking shoes so as to have a good grip to the belt. I know exactly how long the 4.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
OMG I hate this treadmill. I am about to go put it on the street corner. I bought it on craigslist. It is brand new. The belt constantly needs adjusting. Constantly! Read morePublished 10 days ago by moptop64
I purchased a Stamina In Motion II Treadmill on Amazon and after a month of light use the back bearings when bad.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought it for my parents in their 80's. Totally look unstable and seems bound for injuries.Published 3 months ago by Enviro.Concern
Herky-Jerky. Fine with concentration, but I don't know how people watch TV with it on.Published 4 months ago by Tom Triumph
People, When you walk hold on tight!!! Because the belt sticks and when it moves again it SLIPS back! believe me , it will send you sailing backwards. Very shaky and unsteady. Read morePublished 6 months ago by LoisLane
No matter how many different times I tried using this, it caused extreme motion sickness... and it just didn't function as well as I had hoped or needed.Published 7 months ago by Susie V Kaufman