Bowflex Series 7 Treadmill
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- Selected as a top fitness product by a leading consumer magazine
- Grip and telemetric heart rate monitors help you measure your fitness level
- Quick incline and quick-speed keys offer easy access to desired settings
- Frame warranty for 15 years, motor for 10 years, parts for 2 years, electronics and labor for 1 year
- 15 Programs, including two heart rate calculation, two user-defined
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Bowflex Series 7 Treadmill, motorized, computer-programmed and ready to go the distance in getting you fit! Get the low-impact, high-cardio workout benefits of a gym-quality motorized Treadmill, right at home! Deluxe model, with incline adjustment, telemetric heart reading capability and 15 programs. Here's how Bowflex will have you flexing all your fitness muscles: Strike Zone deck suspension offers a comfortable surface that's easy on feet, ankles, knees and hips. You get a soft landing and a firm lift-off on the big 20 x 60" surface, a deluxe 2-ply belt; 15 programs for variety, including 2 user-defined, 2 heart rate control, and a body mass index. Quick keys for 0-9 speed and incline. Speed range from .5-11 mph; Sky-lite backlit LCD display for setting and workout readouts; Durable 3 HP continuous duty motor, made to last; 2 1/2" precision rollers for smooth operation; Contact grip and wireless heart rate telemetry for heart rate workouts; Fold-up treadmill with soft-drop declining, so it's portable and easy to store; 3-speed fan to cool you as you exercise. 2 bottle / cup holders; Measures 85 x 35 x 55 1/4"h. open. Folded it's 41 x 35 x 65 1/2"h. Weighs approx. 300 lbs. Some assembly required. Maximum user weight 300 lbs.
The top-rated Bowflex Series 7 Treadmill is an intense cardio workout system with a powerful 3.0 horsepower continuous-duty motor and fifteen workout programs, providing ultimate variety in your exercise routine every time. The programs include a wide range of options, including manual, cardio, fat burn, speed interval jogger, hill intervals, heart strength/recovery test, calorie goal, distance goal, cardio heart rate calculation, body mass index (BMI) test, and two custom programs to truly personalize your workouts. In addition, grip and telemetric heart rate monitoring and a backlit LCD computer display track your heart rate and metrics as you exercise.
For your convenience, the treadmill folds up for easy storage and also has a built-in three-speed fan, two bottle holders, and quick-speed keys for your added comfort and ease of use. A generously sized walking and running belt surface area measures 20 by 60 inches and features Bowflex's unique Strike Zone deck cushioning system for ultimate support, stability, and comfort during your lift-off and landing motions. Whether you're just starting to get in shape or are a seasoned athlete looking to stay in shape, the Series 7 is a diverse piece of equipment for your home with a speed range up to 11 miles per hour and an incline grade up to 12%, allowing you to customize your workout pace and program every time.
The LCD computer display allows you to track your heart rate and workout metrics while exercising.
A fold-up design allows for easy storage.
- 3.0 continuous-duty horsepower motor
- Speed range is 0.5-11 miles per hour/0.8-17.7 kilometers per hour
- 0-12% incline range
- Quick incline and quick-speed keys offer easy access to desired settings
- Fifteen workout programs: Manual, cardio, running, fat burn, speed interval jogger, hill intervals, 5K run with 12 intervals, heart strength/recovery test, calorie goal, distance goal, fat burn heart rate calculation, cardio heart rate calculation, body mass index (BMI) test, two custom programs
- Grip and telemetric heart rate monitors help measure your fitness level
- Skylight backlit LCD computer display
- Product Dimensions: 83 by 35 by 55.25 inches/211 by 89 by 140 centimeters
- Folded Product Dimensions: 40.87 by 35 by 65.5 inches/104 by 89 by 166 centimeters
- Machine Weight: 298 pounds/135 kilograms
- Maximum User Weight: 300 pounds/136 kilograms
- Power Requirements: 120VAC 15A non-GFI grounded outlet
- Strike Zone deck cushioning provides soft landing and firm lift-off
- Two-ply belt
- Rollers measure 2.5 inches/6.4 centimeters
- Walking/running surface area measures 20 inches wide by 60 inches long/51 by 152 centimeters
- Built-in three-speed fan
- Two bottle/cup holders
Frame - 15 years; motor - 10 years; parts - 2 years; electronics and labor - 1 year
What's in the Box?
Bowflex Series 7 treadmill, user's manual, warranty information
Walking is still considered one of the most beneficial cardiovascular exercises for people of all ages, body types, and fitness levels. As a fundamental form of aerobic training, walking has numerous physical benefits for the heart, lungs, and circulatory system, while also increasing muscle tone and burning fat calories. Treadmills provide a convenient way to regularly exercise in all weather conditions in the comfort and safety of your own home.
From beginners just starting an exercise regimen to advanced athletes looking to maintain their fitness level, anyone interested in getting and staying in shape can benefit greatly from regular use of a treadmill. Treadmills allow you to determine the pace, distance, and complexity of the workout based on your needs, all while watching television, talking on the telephone, or reading a magazine. Much easier on sensitive joints like the knees and hips, treadmill walking and running surfaces are typically long, padded platforms that allow ample room for a long stride and comfortable, low-impact walk or jog without the harsh contact of a concrete surface.
While many different types, styles, and price ranges of treadmills exist, many of them offer unique features like a fold-up design for easy storage, an electronic display monitor showing speed, distance, workout time, incline level, and burned calories, and EKG grip pulses to monitor the heart rate while exercising. Regardless of the simple to complex features you may choose, treadmills offer an array of aerobic exercise opportunities that will provide long-lasting beneficial cardiovascular results without a commute to the gym or a jog in the rain.
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The cost was $1,389 along with free shipping. On the truckers bill of lading the shipping cost $345 so it was a deal. On the Boxflex site it was $300 more plus shipping.
Consumer reports rates this model with their highest rating and recommended over all the others in its price range for good reason. It is built like a brick wall and after using it daily for over two weeks it performs like it should.
The box was about 7 foot long and about 300 pounds. The treadmill needed to go into an upstairs rec room. There were two corners in the stairs so getting it up there wasn't something I was looking forward to since I'm 56 and not as strong as I was back in my twenties. With my wifes help we lifted, pushed and pulled and got it up the stairs around the corners, step by step without damage to ourselves, the stairs and walls and the Bowflex.
I was very impressed on how easily it assembled. Clear, concise assembly instructions and their assembly and operating manuals are easy to understand and of top quality. I think there were a total of 5 steps. Everything fit fine. You cannot mess up.
If you can turn a screw driver and tell the difference between a hex head bolt and a Phillips head bolt you can do it. Besides there are pictures if your not sure. They include the wrenches and a screw driver in the box. All the pieces that are on the right side are marked so locating where they go is a snap.
Use your own screw drive and Allen (metric) wrenches. The included tools work fine but using your own makes assembly even easier and quicker.
All the pieces on the right are marked. Put the words "right" next or across from each other and the thing almost assembles itself.
Marry a strong stout woman or man if you plan on moving it very far and there are no guys or gals around. Unless you are Charles or Charlene Atlas, this thing is heavy and cumbersome to move around in the box. It is still heavy and difficult to move out unassembled of the box, that is until your on a flat surface and its assembled where you can use the wheels on the unit.
Going up stairs is tough and you cannot do it assembled.
Would I buy again? YES it is a quality piece of gym equipment designed to last.
The machine came in about three days. It was heavy for sure and you Will need help getting this thing in your home. As previous post have mentioned, decide what room you will have the Bowflex in. Once it is assembled, you will not be able to move through standard 32" doorways. Even unassembled you will have to turn the machine on its side to move as I experienced.
It took about 45 minutes to assemble from start to turning on and test running. There are just a few parts to assemble. The bulk is pre-assembled , so don't let assemble required scare you off.
On mine, some screws mention in the instructions and what came didn't jive; however, it was no biggie.
The treadmill itself is definitely of high quality. I would rate it just below gym quality, but gym quality would cost you 3K. Gym quality has to be able to be pounded on for 8-10 hours at a time. For home use, I think this one will last a good long while.
I'm 220 lbs and this thing held up wonderfully. Not just in walking, but running at an 8 minute mile clip. The fan doesn't do much for you walking, but when you start ramping up and breaking a sweat, the light breeze does help.
I won't give this a 5 only due to the price. I would like to see the price at about $975. However, I didn't see one for less than the Bowflex that I felt comfortable would hold up and last like I think the Bowflex will.