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Merit Fitness 715T Plus Treadmill
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- Home treadmill with top-quality 2.5 THP (1.5 CHP) drive motor
- Intuitive console controls with adjustable speed from 0 to 10 miles per hour
- 3-window LED display tracks your time, speed, distance, calories, and more
- Spacious 18-by-47-inch workout area with Aerosoft cushioning system
- Folding frame for easy storage; measures 29 x 52 x 61 inches (W x H x D)
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Merit 715T Plus Features: -1.5 CHP motor. -4 Preset programs. -1-10 mph; 0-5% Manual incline (3 positions). -Thumb pulse heart rate. Treadmill Type: -Electric. Finish: -Blue and black. Heart Rate Monitor Included: -Yes. Console Included: -Yes. Horsepower: -1.5. Maximum Speed: -10 Miles Per Hour. Cup Holder Included: -Yes. Foldable: -Yes. Safety Stop Included: -Yes. Weight Capacity: -250 Pounds. Console Display Type: -LED. Console Display Features: -Heart rate/Distance/Speed/Time/Calories. Number of Pre-set Workout Programs: -4. Pre-set Workout Programs: -Manual, intervals, rolling hills and weight loss. Heart Rate Monitor Type: -LED. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -52". Overall Width - Side to Side: -29". Overall Length - Front to Back: -61". Overall Product Weight: -108 lbs. Belt Width - Side to Side: -18". Belt Length - Front to Back: -47". Folded Height - Top to Bottom: -52". Folded Width - Side to Side: -29". Folded Length - Front to Back: -26". Console: -Yes.
The Merit 715T Plus treadmill make it easy to start an in-home workout program that fits your needs and fitness level. The 715T Plus is outfitted with a top-quality 2.5 THP (1.5 CHP) drive motor that provides smooth power at all speeds, so even heavier walkers can enjoy a steady belt motion underfoot. The treadmill's intuitive console controls, meanwhile, let you easily set your workout pace, from 0 to 10 miles per hour. And it's a breeze to monitor your workout progress thanks to the three-window LED display, which tracks your time, distance, speed, calories burned, and more.
The 715T also offers a spacious 18-by-47-inch workout area that provides plenty of walking or running room, along with an Aerosoft cushioning system below the belt that isolates your feet and legs from shock. Other details include four preset programs, a three-position manual elevation adjustment (from 0 to 5 percent), a thumb pulse monitor, and a folding frame for easy storage. The 715T boasts a capacity of 250 pounds and carries a lifetime warranty on the frame and a one-year warranty on the motor.
The intuitive console includes a 3-window LED display.
- Workout area: 18 x 47 inches
- Built-in fan: No
- Roller dimension: 42mm
- Incline: 0 to 5 percent (manual)
- Horsepower: 2.25 THP (1.5 CHP)
- Frame: Steel
- Capacity: 250 pounds
- Folded dimensions: 29 by 56 by 26.25 inches (W x H x D)
- Expanded dimensions: 29 by 52 by 61 inches (W x H x D)
- Warranties: Lifetime on the frame, 1 year on the motor, 90 days on parts and labor
Merit Fitness is dedicated to building high-quality exercise equipment that fits your lifestyle. Each Merit treadmill, elliptical trainer, and stationary bike is built to last, with an attractive design that's been rigorously tested to hold up to heavy use. Each key component also comes from one of Merit's own facilities, giving the company complete control over how they're designed and built. If Merit doesn't make the part, it thoroughly audits who does, ensuring that all the parts work together. Merit Fitness is a division of Johnson Health Tech, one of the largest fitness equipment manufacturers in the world. Merit Fitness is headquartered in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin.
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The treadmill came with a sheet of paper with check marks where the factory tested the machine's proformance before shipping it to me. The box was in pretty bad shape, and I worried about it not working, but the treadmill was in great condition and wasn't damaged AT ALL. It is packed in a way that allows for the box to be somewhat beat up in transit.
Also, there is a place for a water bottle on each side of the console, as well as room to hold a book or Kindle so you can read while working out. The console is much, much larger than I expected, and the treadmill is larger and sturdier than I anticipated for the money.
I put a piece of velcro on it to attach my mp3 speaker and another velcro piece to hold the ipod in place and now, it has an mp3 speaker and a tv on it. I can still see the heart monitor, speed, and calories burned. I love it!!!
Assembely took only about 30 minutes for me and my husband while our son was napping. It's mostly together out of the box, so it's really NOT hard to screw in the bolts and put the handles on.
The only more expensive feature I miss a little is the automatic incline, but I can deal with having to set it by hand, and I wouldn't spend $200 more just to get this feature right now.
If you want to get in shape, and don't have a ton of money to spend on a treadmill, you should buy this one. In fact, if you do have a lot of money to spend on a machine, I would still recommend this one. It's a good, solid, heavy treadmill. Get something else with the extra money you saved.
Update: I called Amazon and they got me a new Treadmill within 3 days however it was damaged as well. So I am happy with the customer service but who ever does product quality checking needs to be fired just sayin!
First things first. This is not an expensive treadmill. It's not top of the line and the price tag reflects that. By no means am I expecting a flawless machine. I have no expectations of bluetooth, speakers, google maps integration, etc. All I want is a machine that I can walk on while drafting emails and maybe watching a Netflix/Hulu show on my iPad.
Starting with the good first..... I'm happy that there were very few pieces to assemble. The entire base unit with motor and tread is already assembled. All that's needed is to connect the side poles to the base unit, then the side poles to the top console. Easy, right?
Well, not exactly. The pre-drilled holes do not line up properly. Throughout the assembly process I had to constantly "squeeze" pieces together to make them fit. Everything is misaligned by about 5mm, making it a major hassle to get this thing assembled.
Once the base unit is connected to the left and right poles, connecting the top unit to the poles is a nightmare. There are no brackets to hold this top console in place securely while you are connecting it to the poles. So, you're laying on your back, on a moving tread, with a heavy console above your head, trying to align screws with their respective holes that aren't in the right place, and the screws keep falling out onto the ground next to you.
The best way to assemble this thing is to throw out the assembly instructions and start backwards. Connect the side poles to the head unit first, then connect the side poles to the base unit. It's still a major hassle to get the pieces aligned, but at least you wont drop a heavy console on your face in the process.
Now that it's assembled, I'm mostly annoyed that it doesn't fold properly since everything is off by a few millimeters. When I try to fold it up, it leans just slightly to the left so that it rubs against the left handrail and gets stuck before I can fasten the latch.
I'm annoyed. But it's a treadmill for a couple of hundred bucks, so I guess you get what you pay for.