Sole F85 Treadmill
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- Treadmill offers an industry-leading warranty and a proprietary Cushion Flex Whisper Deck, shown in a study to reduce impact on your joints by up to 40% compared to running on asphalt
- 4.0 CHP, DC Type motor with 0.5-to-12 MPH speed range, 0-to-15% rack-and-pinion gear design incline, two-ply belt, pulse grip and chest strap heart rate monitoring
- Six standard programs, two custom programs, and two heart programs; cooling fans and MP3-compatible sound system; nine-inch LCD workout display
- Measures 35 by 58 by 80 inches (W x H x D); deck measures 35 by 80 inches (W x D) and running surface measures 22 by 60 inches (W x D); 265-pound weight and 400-pound weight limit; 2.75-inch rollers
- Includes the following manufacturer's warranties against defects in materials and workmanship: lifetime on frame, motor, and deck; five years on electronics; and two years on labor
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Top Customer Reviews
I use this treadmill strictly for running, averaging 25 miles per week at speeds from 6-10 mph. Some of the console features seem oddly lacking for a treadmill at this price. The distance reads only to the tenth of a mile, not hundredths, effectively rounding down all your distances (unless you can estimate hundredths by portion of the track icon that's filled in). And the time reads only 2 digits for minutes, then flips back to zero after 99 minutes. This might not matter to you unless you spend 2-3 hours on the machine for long workouts. This treadmill takes much longer to speed up and slow down than a gym treadmill; this makes interval training very different.Read more ›
There are two features that drew me to this machine: the folding aspect and the ability to move it if needed. We didn't want a machine that was going to take up the basement when we had guests over. It does fold up pretty easily though be aware that even folded this thing is 6 feet tall. And yes, you can move it but it is heavy (despite how easy they make it look in the promotional videos)and on my shag carpet it definitely does not glide. That being said in the rare occasions that we have to get it out of the way it IS possible and made this machine a good fit for us.
We have little kids and little dogs so letting the ramp down after it's been folded was a concern for me. It's pretty heavy and I was worried it would crush someone. Not gonna happen. The ramp comes down on hydrolics so it's a very controlled decent with the last two feet or so slowing down to a crawl so that there is virtually no chance of someone getting caught under there. Very safe. Also, the release for the ramp is at the top when the machine is folded and it takes adult strength to bring it down so there is little chance of a small child releasing it.Read more ›
Since I've been in the electronic business for over 30 years, I tend to go for things with less Bells and Whistles. i.e. Less things to go wrong. You don't need an app to make toast, and in my option, you don't need an app to run your treadmill. I'm sure that in the long run, that's the way every thing will go. But for now, if I want to get on the Internet or view Google Maps Street View, I'll just throw my Kindle or my Surface tablet on the book rest.
The display panel has lots of information without being too crowded/distracting. Also, I prefer the button interface instead of a tough screen. You're not navigating a complex OS, you're simple selecting a workout mode, starting and stopping the program, and maybe making a few speed or incline adjustments along the way. Touch may be cool, but extreme overkill in this case.
NOTE: When I was unpacking the unit, I found that the plastic cover over the motor had a crack in it. Sole sent out a replacement cover with no questions asked. The tech support guy was cautious and very helpful. Excellent first impression.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased the F85 new and directly from the manufacturer. I received the treadmill 4 days late and customer service only said "it will be there soon" when I ask where it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason L. Hoobler
Solid, smooth, durable. Like running at the gym. Simple features that all work.Published 2 months ago by Dan
Customer service is horrible. Multiple calls unanswered, the "you have reached us after hours" at all times of day, one month for a service call. Read morePublished 3 months ago by smalltownveg
Great machine. It folds up easily! It works just the ones at the gym. One small thing--it only counts distance in tenths of a mile, so I can't do sprints for any less than that. Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Obrien
If you're a big person (400 lbs & 6'5") like I am, this is the treadmill for you. I had been shopping for a treadmill for months but because of my size, I wasn't having much... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lisa Whitt
Great treadmill this far. Has a steep incline on 0 I had to get used toPublished 3 months ago by EJ
I certainly did my research before our purchase so I pretty much knew what to expect. This is a great treadmill. Read morePublished 3 months ago by pitboss