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|Item Dimensions||70.79 x 33.14 x 54.57 inches||63.40 x 28.75 x 51.40 inches||64.50 x 28.00 x 50.50 inches||70.00 x 33.00 x 58.00 inches|
|Item Weight||169.00 lbs||108.00 lbs||121.00 lbs||196.00 lbs|
Horizon treadmills are all about one thing – quality. Quality suspension and deck systems to help protect your body; best-in-class motors that keep going strong for years to come; and meaningful, motivating programming to help you meet your goals. At Horizon, we carefully design each treadmill to give you the comfort, control and convenience you need to succeed. Horizon treadmills use large, heavy frames, making them more solid and stable than competitors'. The Horizon T101 offers a comfortable beginning - durability and value rolled into an attractive design.
Get a great workout in your home with the quiet and smooth continuous-duty Horizon T101 treadmill, which can reach speeds up to 10 miles per hour. Perfect for rigorous training routines, the T101 has a 2.25 hp (horsepower) incline motor with a 0 to 10-percent grade and speed increments of 0.5 mph. It's easily storable, thanks to Horizon's exclusive FeatherLIGHT lift, which incorporates two hydraulic shocks to assist you when raising and lowering the deck. They even hold the deck in place above 45 degrees, eliminating drops. Other features include PerfectFLEX deck cushioning, Sonic Surround speakers with MP3 compatibility, pulse grip heart rate monitoring, and a COOLfit workout fan.
- Motor: 2.25 HP
- Speed range: 0 to 10 MPH
- Incline: 0 to 10 percent
- Belt size: 20 x 55 inches
- Maximum user weight: 300 pounds
- Warranty: Lifetime frame and motor, 1-year parts and labor
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.
About Horizon Fitness
Horizon is part of Johnson Health Tech, one of the largest manufacturers of fitness equipment in the world. They are committed to designing, engineering, and manufacturing superior products for health clubs and homes. Horizon's manufacturing facilities rank among the most sophisticated in the industry, with an intricate mix of robotics and skilled workers that maintain the highest standards of accuracy and quality. Every stage of manufacturing has a testing phase and 10 percent of Horizon's products go through a rigorous quality inspection that includes completely taking them apart and reassembling them.
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It does a fairly good job, there's only a few issues I've noticed:
After the one year mark, it would intermittently stop with "E-1" displayed. I read it could be the speed sensor so I opened up the front case and cleared out any dust/debris, and it's worked fine since.
It sometimes squeaks a bit while running, maybe the dampeners are starting to wear out. But it's not terribly bad.
Overall it's a fairly reliable unit, and worth the price paid.
Update (1/26/2014): I started having problems with the E-1 error again. I opened up the cover and looking on the left-hand side of the unit, it's possible to see where the magnet sensor pickup is. Mine was adjusted very far away from the roller, I'm guessing at the absolute limit of the sensor's ability to "see" the magnet, which is why once in awhile it'd error out. I adjusted the bracket (some screw adjustment, some bracket bending) so the magnet and pickup were much closer, and it's been error free since.
Just wanted to post my fix incase anyone else is having intermittent E-1 troubles with their unit.
I had it shipped free courtesy of prime. That worked well, no damage at all but the delivery persons definitely did not hit the schedule. They were way early which was a hassle since I had to leave work and be at the house when they showed up. It worked fine for me because I am a short commute from work but it would be a bummer for someone who was 45 minutes from home.
Others have dissed the fan. They were right, its about as strong as a laptop fan so if you are an integrated chip you will be happy. If you are a human being this thing will not cool you off. A little gimmicky if you ask me. The speakers are cool though. I can set my Android up on Pandora and listen to the radio via the speakers, they are not JBLs but they work fine. The machine is so quiet you don't need much volume.
Display has all the stuff I need. Frankly these treadmills are beginning to look like the 80s Japanese stereo systems with a million blinking lights and goofy functionality that no one but NASA could possibly use. NASA wouldn't even use them because they don't launch treadmills into outer space. But I digress. This treadmill is simple with well thought out display and functionality.
So as anyone who is anyone in the treadmill world will tell you, what you hear about the mill during the first week of ownership is pretty useless. Its a year or two later after you have sweated all over the thing, walked the equivalent of LA to SF and have spilled three or four red bulls on the deck that the men are separated from the boys. We'll just have to see on the reliability font but my first impression is a very good one.
With regard to assembly. It was pretty easy with one important caveat which was mentioned by other reviewers and which I ignored because I am an incorrigible idiot. When you install the control panel do not, repeat, do not, tighten any of the screws until you have all four screws started. Otherwise you will scandalize the neighborhood (think Ralphie loosing the lug nuts in " A Christmas Story")and then you will sit back sweaty and pissed off and think "gee wiz some of the reviewers on Amazon said not to tighten these screws until they were all started" and then you will try it the "Amazon way" and you will feel,as I did, like an incorrigible idiot.
one week update: I continue to be extremely happy with this unit. Quiet and capable of hauling my (curently) 218 lb body. I walk so can't comment on running. I will say at 3.2 MPH and at all inclines it remains quiet, sturdy and very comfortable.
Couple of nit noys:
The user manual is useless. Must have been written by someone who never uses a treadmill. Prepare to figure out a bunch of things for yourself.
The thing beeps multiple times when you turn it on, when you turn it off, when you increase or decrease speed, when you look at it funny, etc. Enough with the beeping, totally ruins the chi of an otherwise very quiet mill.
As other reviewers have noted, you can not enter your weight so the calorie counter is effectively useless unless you are some nominal weight which, of course, they do not identify. If you knew that weight you could calculate an adjustment table. This is a pretty silly oversight IMO.
Otherwise it is a great mill and I have seen nothing which would change my mind about my purchase.
Lastly, the treadmill was so easy to assemble! The treadmill is heavy (almost 300 lbs.), and in my case, it was difficult to move into my office given the small space. However, once we had the base situated, it took me (I assembled by myself) less than an hour to get it up and running.
I don't know if this is standard for Horizon, but my treadmill arrived with the base fully assembled (the belt was even lubed), and all I had to do was attach the arms and console.
All I have to do now is build the desktop over the console, and I will be walking away from sitting at my desk 8-10 hours a day! I will upload pics of the final treadmill desk once it's up and running!
UPDATE: 7/1/11: after registering my treadmill at Horizon, I was told that my warranty had been voided because I am using it out of the home. Despite the fact that my treadmill is in my locked office, and I am the only one with access to it, Horizon will not honor it. For those interested in having a warranty, make sure to do your homework regarding the out of home issue. For this reason, I would NOT recommend the Horizon treadmill for anyone interested in assembling an office treadmill desk out of home.