Horizon Fitness Elite T7 Treadmill
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- Feather Light Folding saves space and is easy tstore away after your workout. Folded Dimensions (L x W x H): 44” x 36” x 69”; Assembled Dimensions(L x W x H): 77” x 36” x 60”
- Integrated synthetic hard wax in the belt eliminates the need for routine lubrication. Running area: 60" x 20"; Incline range: 0-15%; Speed up t12mph;
- 8.5” extra-wide blue LCD display updates you on time, distance, incline, speed, calories, heart rate, and laps. Warranty: Lifetime on frame and motor, 5 year on parts, 1 year on labor.
- Geasy on your joints with our three-zone Variable Response Cushioning system that provides the ideal amount of flex and support. User weight capacity: 350 lbs.
- Track your workouts with ViaFit, which automatically shares them with your favorite fitness apps and social networks. Stay motivated by taking your workout on a trip with Passport Media Player, which syncs your treadmill tstunning entertainment on your TV.
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Horizon T7 Treadmill
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Why Horizon Fitness: At Horizon Fitness, we focus on what matters in exercise equipment so you can focus on what matters in life. We prioritize quality so that our equipment will stand up to your workouts for years, and we invest in technologies to help you reach training goals and improve your overall health. Also, many of our products fold and stow easily so you can use your living space for living when you’re not working out. We know exercise isn't always easy, but we believe that the right equipment can make it easier. That’s why we’re here.
Horizon Fitness Elite T7 Treadmill
Run a little faster, a little farther, a little more often with a treadmill that’s built for the athlete inside you. The Elite T7 treadmill has the premier construction and features you need to train hard and stay motivated. Infinity Belt never needs lubrication no matter how much you walk or run. Get the workout feedback you need to adjust your training program, ramp up your effort or adjust your approach with wireless heart rate monitoring. When you’re hungry for more, push yourself a little more with extended power incline ranges. The Elite T7 can keep pace with you every step of the way.
- Achieve your workout without waking up the neighbors. Quiet sessions give you optimal performance
- Stay accountable with ViaFit by tracking and sharing your workouts with your friends
- The Variable Response Cushioning system gives you the right amount of support
- Change up your scenery with Passport Media Player. Sync up your treadmill to great entertainment on your TV
- No routine lubrication maintenance is necessary. Synthetic hard wax is built into the belt to ensure continuous, smooth running
- Also included: Free Polar chest strap, Passport Ready, Energy Saver Mode, built-in speakers, reading rack, fan, bottle holder
Folding Treadmill + Johnson Motor
An effortless hydraulic folding system makes it easy to store between workouts. And the Variable Response Cushioning system gives you the right amount of support. Strong, durable, and quiet, this motor is built to last. Includes a lifetime motor warranty.
42 Exercise Programs and Heart Rate Monitoring
42 programs including: manual, 9 calorie, 12 distance, 4 interval, 3 performance, 10 step, 2 custom. Workout feedback includes time, distance, incline, speed, calories, heart rate, and laps. Includes free Polar chest strap. Monitor your heart rate with contact grips or with the Polar chest strap and receiver.
ViaFit Connected Technology
ViaFit sends your workouts from your treadmill to your favorite fitness apps and tools. Track your progress and share with your friends.
Stay in the comfort of your own home while running through different destinations. Passport displays on your home TV. (sold separately)
The Horizon Fitness Elite T7 will sustain your fitness enthusiasm over the long haul. This premier running treadmill is designed for advanced training with features to keep you engaged in your workouts and focused on your goals.
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The box came really damaged, and I was concerned about what state this would be in. But it was mostly untouched. A few scratches where things came loose inside and moved, but not damaged from the outside. So heavy, but mostly untouched.
I unpacked it, and it became a little easier to move around once I got the other things out of the box, and was left with nothing but the treadmill base. That has wheels, so I was able to pivot it, roll it "out" of the box, and get it positioned where I wanted to build it.
Building was easy, made my back and arms a bit sore, but still was able to do with just one person. Lots of arms up to screw things in, which my arms aren't used to since I work on computers all day. But I was able to assemble it by myself with no issues whatsoever.
It uses nasty stickers for the "ads" on it, which don't peel off that neatly no matter how you try. But eventually you'll get them peeled off.
Also, I'm a bit disappointed in the letters on the sides - they are little cheap vinyl letters - for this price, I would've hoped for an actual plastic piece or something. On the first one, when I had expected the letters to be fastened somehow, and I peeled off the protective plastic, all but one letter came off WITH THE PLASTIC. So these are basically nothing more than the stuff you'd stick on the back of your car. They didn't seem to cheap out much anywhere else, so it's sad that they had to do so here.
Power cord and power switch is on the front bottom left edge (left when standing in front of the unit facing it). Power cord is fine there, but the power switch should've been somewhere else, a more convenient location. It's a bit annoying to always have to go down there to turn the thing on or off.
So, when completed, it's solid. The T7 model I have used just the small allen wrench that they included, which also had a screwdriver on the long end. The fact that the screwdriver was on that end meant you couldn't spin any bolts in a complete circle because you had to use the short arm to insert and the larger one to spin. So everywhere you tightened something, either the floor or another part got in the way. There was also a larger allen stock tip tool with a large plastic T handle, which apparently is used for the adjustment / tightening of the belt.
I fired it up - got past the initial "Select user" and program and such, and actually got it going. And I was VERY impressed at how quiet this unit was. I was concerned since I wanted to use this while my son is sleeping, and I have no qualms now about doing so. The motor is silent, the belt itself doesn't make hardly any noise, and nothing you'd hear across the house.
The system makes these annoyingly loud beeps when it's turned on, especially if you don't have the "key" in it. Every button press sounds a loud beep as well. I've been trying to find a way to silence these, but so far haven't had any luck.
The base is easy to lift up and it locks in place. I like the release lever, and how it slowly comes down on its own then, you don't even have to lower it. Just unlock the catch, step out of the way, and let it slowly drop.
The plug in for a music player of some sort works well, the speakers are tinny sounding, but the headphone port works fine then if you want to get better sound. And there is a lip underneath the screen, down towards the bottom but just above the ports and buttons for speed and such. The location is perfect for my iPad Mini 4, as I can set it there, even in a case, to read my ebooks while exercising without covering up the status screen on the center console.
I like the screen - easily read, good contrast. There is plenty of data there.
Handles - poorly positioned unless you're shorter. Even at no incline, I have to hunch over a bit to use them and I have what my mother always referred to as "orangutan arms" since they're long, and it was a pain for her to find me sweaters and such that would fit. Good thing they included the chest strap heart monitor, since there's no way I could monitor my heartbeat otherwise on this thing, especially if I actually get it inclined at all.
I saw some had easy up/down buttons on the side handles for speed as well as incline - that would've been nice as well, quickly hit rather than always having to reach up to the center console.
The fan has multiple speeds, but it's not going to make that much of a difference since even on high, there isn't that much airflow.
The safety key works - you have to insert it to have it run at all, and you can secure it to yourself so if you come out of position, it's yanked and the system will stop.
The treadmill itself feels good. It's solid, you don't feel yourself sinking or anything, but it doesn't feel as hard as a normal walking surface would. So there's clearly some cushioning going there in the stride as they advertise, but it's subtle so it doesn't throw off your stride. But I can see already that I can go farther on here than I can out in the "real world" since my feet aren't taking as much abuse on this. And since I've had tendonitis in both feet at random times through the years to the point where I couldn't walk without a cane on whatever side flared up, that is an important thing for me.
The Viafit is simple to set up - like many devices, this creates its own wireless network. You start at the Viafit website, go to connect the new device, and it walks you through, even gracefully switching in the background from the public IP's of their servers to the private IP of your treadmill after you connect to its network, and from there it gives you a nice screen to pick the wireless to connect it to, and type in the password. Then you connect back to your home network and hit Next and it continues. A well done procedure, and one I didn't have any issues with.
Once you do that, when you power on the treadmill, there's more of a delay - it connects and updates the users. But then you can pick your name from the list of users, since it copies that info from the online account. This is where it's a bit lacking though - I only have two people in my family, being a single parent - my 12 year old son, and myself. I would've liked if I could have created more than one profile in the Viafit site so that this treadmill could track TWO users. Or even more, if there's more in the family. I can see not supporting a family of 13, but come on, it should've been able to work with four... I would've settled for two, but nope. My son will always have to pick "User2" and not have a way to upload anything automatically to track him...
If it weren't so "short" (and let's face it, I'm only 6' 1" tall, I'm not some basketball player or something) that I can't use the handles especially if it's inclined, and a lack of buttons on the handles, I probably would've given this a 5 star rating. It does what it's supposed to do, it does it well, it is very, very solid and sturdy, and quieter than I had expected, besides the beeping that I wish I could find a way to turn off. At least they include the chest strap for people who aren't 5 foot tall though and still want to monitor their heart rate. So while it gets a 4 overall, the build quality and noise level are worthy of 5 stars.
I highly recommend this purchase.
Honestly I'd never purchase this unit again. I'm planning on calling Horizon in the morning and i'll update how that goes. Their support was helpful in the past but the quality of this treadmill for the price is very disappointing.