Treadmill Portable Folding Incline Cardio Fitness Exercise Home Gym Manual
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- Heavy-duty construction with a flywheel offers a smooth Operation
- Manual Treadmill without electronic Outlet and motor
- Self-powered workout without high cost
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Best Choice Products presents this Brand new manual folding Treadmill. If you have little time to go to the gym, it is a best choice for you to choose this Treadmill of your own home and it can be an enjoyable way of keeping in shape. This manual Treadmill does not need any electric outlet or motor so that you can use it anywhere without high cost. It features an LCD monitor display so you can track your progress it can be folded and locked in upright position manually. We purchased our products directly from the manufacturer, so you are getting the best prices possible. New product with factory packaging (not used or refurbished).features: heavy-duty construction with a flywheel offers a smooth operation. Provides a total body and cardiovascular workout. Manual Treadmill without electronic outlet and motor. Self-powered workout without high cost. Folds and locks in upright position for convenient storage. Lcd display tracks time, distance, speed and calories. Included 2 AA battery. Easy Assembly required. Specifications: product dimensions: 44 inch
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Once assembled and lubed (a vial of silicone lubricant comes with it), I gave it a try. At first I was not impressed. The belt easily got away from me making my strides jerky and preventing me from establishing a steady rhythm. So back to the instructions to see what adjustments could be made. I found the the front roller is fixed but the rear roller is adjustable, held by two threaded rods which can be rotated with one of the supplied tools. I turned the rods making the belt a little bit tighter and ensuring both ends of the roller were the same distance from the ends of the frame. That made a huge difference but the belt still seemed to move faster than I wanted. So I followed a fellow reviewer's advice and placed a book under each rear foot, lessening the angle on the treadmill. This really did the trick. I was now able to establish a steady rhythm and felt much more comfortable using the treadmill. After about 10 minutes of use my heart rate was comparable to what I achieve on the ones at the gym. And even better, I could feel the muscles in my legs getting a workout too as it does take a small amount of effort to keep the belt moving, especially with the reduced angle.
I should note that this treadmill folds up easily and, once folded and locked in place, is easily moved from one room to another on the rollers under the front base. It's about as easy as pushing or pulling an unloaded wheelbarrow. And it takes up very little room when folded up, about 15 X 20 inches of floor space. I can keep it in a closet, move it to the living room for use and put it away when done, a feature none of the big expensive ones allow. Very nice if like me, you have a smaller house or apartment without a dedicated workout room.
The overall construction is pretty good, the welds are well made and solid, quite a surprise considering the price. The bolts and fasteners aren't exactly top quality but are sufficient for this application. The battery-operated display monitor is essentially useless however, the readouts appear to have their own indecipherable measurements for each mode. Not a deal-breaker for me as I just time my use using my watch. But if counting calories or distance traveled is important, this may not be the unit for you.
No, it's not going to be like the big, expensive ones at the gym. How could it be for under $100? But I can now get a decent workout at home when the weather is crappy. I don't need a huge dedicated space for use and it stores easily taking up very little room. It's everything I wanted and I doubt it will ever be used as a clothes rack here!
The only thing I wish I had looked at more closely was that the incline is too steep, so I have to prop up the back legs with books until I can get other supports. This would be a great treadmill if it were not on an incline. Since it is on an incline, I would that the manufacturers would redesign the handles- instead of flat, that they were on an angle or curved up- the opposite of bicycle handlebars.
The directions are useless. Take your time to look at the pictures and also the hole shapes for the screws, etc.
Cons: The incline is a little too steep and you can't adjust it. Also, the handles are WAY to low! I hope the developer changes this because it is very hard to hold on while walking and very uncomfortable but I'm hoping once I fix the incline with some blocks that it won't be as bad. After reading some of the reviews I thought it worth mentioning that this is not an electric treadmill! All you do is start walking at a steady pace and the belt goes as you go. This can take some getting used but it is worth it as you really work up a sweat because it is like constantly walking up hill!