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Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill Series

4.1 out of 5 stars 4,183 ratings

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Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill

*Continuous Horsepower ("CHP") is a term used in the treadmill industry for consumer comparison purposes. The CHP rating is measured in laboratory testing using a dynamometer, which measures the mechanical power of the motor. The CHP rating does not denote the operational horsepower of the treadmill in ordinary household use. In ordinary household use, the motor does not operate at the horsepower shown.

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Style:Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ April 8, 2019
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Weslo
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07QK3BMKD
  • Customer Reviews:
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Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2015
Style: Weslo Cadence G 5.9 TreadmillVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Outside runners, you are going to want to read this...
By Chris Gilbert on January 8, 2015
I got the Weslo treadmill and absolutely dig it. I'm 6'2", 230 lbs. and like running outside (about 2.5-3.0 miles each go). When the weather doesn't cooperate, I "try" to go to the fitness club. However, I feel it's such a pain to pack my stuff, drive there, find a treadmill, and then drive home sweaty in my car. So when I started researching for a treadmill, I was discouraged by the critically acclaimed ones costing $1000 on up! Finding this one for the price is STEAL! If you want something basic, but has some cool features, here it is. When you unpack it, don't freak out about how thin it is. I was used to the wider running room on treadmills at the gym and almost didn't even unpack out of the box when I opened it. However, after running on it, it was plenty of room. You can also transport it easily through doors while collapsed. I attached pictures to show my 12" shoes on it to show. The runs have been smooth, durable and impressive for such a large frame like mine.

Here are some highlights that I personally like:
Easy to put together. It took me 30 minutes. It may take two people to install the bottom 4 bolts.
It is collapsible! (see attached pictures)
It has a basic digital read that flips through calories burned, time elapsed, distance, and mph as you run. No other crazy info I never used at gym.
It has six run presets that are just right and adjustable as you run (pics). What I love is that you can slow down (hitting the "-" sign) and the treadmill will allow it for a "segment" (about 60 seconds), but then start back up on the original run settings for you after the segment without hitting anything. At the gym, the treadmills stay at the new "lower" setting during the whole workout, thinking that you bit off more than you can chew. This one does NOT. It goes back to the original workout thinking you just needed a rest or something. This could be annoying to some, but I like it.
It is QUIET. I had it on 8.0 mph and my dishwasher is louder.
Inclining the treadmill is as easy as lowering the back two feet (pics).
It has a Thumb Heart Rate Monitor, which is good for those who want to know.

The manual suggested you plug the treadmill into a surge protector, so have one ready.
There is an extended service plan option that comes in the box 1yr $59.99, 2yr $79.99, 3yr $99.99.
There are two hex keys and an manual that tells you how to adjust the belt (re-center, slipping, slowing, etc.). Don't lose them! It's just a simple quarter turn left or right into DEEP holes in the back to fix these problems. But without the keys, you're in trouble.
275 lbs. is the weight limit according to the manual.
It also recommending turning off (the switch is underneath the front) or unplugging the treadmill all together when not in use to protect electrical components, which could be annoying to some.

I have heavily relied on reviews when buying anything on Amazon. This is my first review. I wanted to do my part to highly recommend this treadmill. I hope this helps!
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Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2017
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is a great treadmill no doubt, But lets talk about the chances of getting it in one piece
By Farhan K on March 15, 2017
I deliberately waited 3 months since I got my treadmill to write this review. If you are looking to purchase a decent yet inexpensive treadmill for your home then chances are, just like me, that this Weslo Cadence G5.9 is on the top 3 of your list. And after 3 months of rigorous daily use between me (Daily Avg: 3 Miles @ 5 to 6 MPH) and my wife (Daily Avg: 2 Miles @ 5 to 6.5 MPH) I can definitely confirm that this is a great treadmill that we really like for its quality, quiet performance and ease of setup.

- I'm sure you've seen the horror stories/pics of people receiving the treadmill in horribly beat up or broken condition during transit and the one thing I couldn't get answered in reading all the reviews was "What were my chances of getting this treadmill in one piece ?" As you can see from my pics my treadmill arrived in an equally beat up condition ... But I was lucky (read on..)
- The entire treadmill package weighs about 150+ pounds and that is more than one person alone can carry/handle , even with a dolly. And at most points during the transit the loading/unloading are done by a single truck operator which increases the chances of damage as they would have push, shove, cartwheel the box to move it around
- I live in Southern California and the package was sent to me from a warehouse in Kansas. In my mind more the distance the more chances that the box is going change trucks/hands and get beat up more
- In terms of the packaging of the treadmill the four corners of the treadmill are protected be extremely thick cardboard corners and foam which should withstand tough impacts. Also the two shorter sides and the top of the treadmill are protected by thick wooden planks which form sort of a protection frame for the box .
- So even if the treadmill box is cartwheeled then the corners protection is sufficient to keep it safe. Also if any other packages are kept flat on the box , their weight would be borne safely by the wooden frame (see pics)
- The only issue in the packaging is the lack of protection on the plastic motor hood, if any heavy weight is put directly over it then the top cardboard can collapse and potentially damage it
- Considering the above, I kept my expectations low and I was mentally prepared to return it in case mine was physically damaged however due to the well protected corners, sides and the top surfaces ( and a bit of luck?) , despite the box being beat up to hell , there was barely a scratch on my treadmill!

- Since this is a budget treadmill, it does use cheap components and this is reflected in its meagre 6 Months warranty (3 Months default + 3 Months Bonus for registering)
- But the really good thing about this treadmill is that its manufactured and serviced by ICON FITNESS, which is one of the worlds largest exercise equipment manufacturers and owns all the major premium treadmill brands like : NordicTrack, Proform, Gold's Gym, FreeMotion etc.
- Because of the budget nature & short warranty on the treadmill I would definitely recommend getting an extended warranty (one of the few occasions where its actually worth it). I was offered a SquareTrade warranty at the time of purchase but did not get that one. Instead I purchased the 2 Year In-Home Warranty ICON FITNESS offered for $40 bucks at the time of registering my treadmill . Considering the vast number of Premium treadmill brands they own, going with the manufacturer's extended warranty was a no brainer for me
- I felt that the treadmill is well built and does not feel cheap in any way

Now that I've covered the main items that I did not find a lot information during my purchase (I hope they help!) , here are the other things that I liked about the treadmill :
- I am 5' 10" and weigh 180 pounds with long running strides , even then the track width and length was more than enough for me to jog/run at a fast pace. At no point did I feel it was too short or narrow
- Assembling the treadmill was super easy, it literally involved just lifting the frame and bolting about 10 or so screws with no complex assemblies. Everything is already pre-assembled. I was up and running in 15 mins
- It is well balanced with no wobbling
- It has about 6 different pre-programmed workouts , but I usually stick to my own custom routine
- I liked the inclusion of the heart rate monitor , which is fairly accurate compared to my Fitbit
- It is not too loud
- It has a very nice practical area on the front tray where you can place your tablet or phone for easy viewing while working out
- Folds relatively compact, enough to be moved into my walk-in closet/storage

- The main display is not backlit and hard to read
- The calories burned estimates are way off compared to my Fitbit as it does not take into consideration your sex, weight, age, height etc.
- For my height, I found the handles a bit too low , but its not too big of an issue for me
- Even though there are spaces to keep water bottles on the sides, they are not of the cup holder type and hence prone to tipping

- I highly recommend getting a silicone lubricant to lube the treadmill belt once every month and investing in a good floor protector. I got the Gold's Gym High Impact flooring puzzle which works brilliantly in absorbing impact and vibrations
- Tighten all the visible screws on the treadmill, even the ones that come factory assembled (especially the ones on the running deck) to prevent squeaks and rattles are they are not screwed very tightly out of the box. Repeat this during your monthly lube maintenance
- I also recommend investing in an extended warranty to protect your investment and the hassle of shipping/replacing broken parts

Overall both my & wife love this treadmill and if you are looking for an inexpensive treadmill from a reputable manufacturer then this is a great choice. Just keep in mind the inherent downsides involved in having a heavy bulky item shipped from a distant place and definitely get that extended warranty. Other than that Happy Jogging/Walking !
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Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice little treadmill at a reasonable price that doesn't take up too much space
By Wild Celtic Rose on February 8, 2018
This is a good little treadmill for the price, and is nice for smaller spaces.

The manufacturer seems to have dealt with the shipping damage issues; this arrived undamaged with lots of extra tightly stacked cardboard and some styrofoam; There were even several wood braces to keep the box from collapsing.

This was super easy to put together; four screws to secure the upright braces, four screws to put in the handles, five screws to attach the console and two screws to attach the bracket to hold the tread when storing in the upright position. It took me more time to get it out of the box than it did to put together by myself. The instructions were easy to read and the only tool you'll need in addition to what's in the box is a phillips head screwdriver.

The tray will hold a good size tablet and two water bottles.

It is not the quietest treadmill on the market, but it was not particularly loud. It felt as stable as can be expected for something of this size and I was comfortable on it.

The 16" wide tread was more than enough width, I am 5' 10" with fairly wide hips and my feet were nowhere near the edges. Additionally, I had plenty of room front to back with the 50" length.

The LCD screen is easy to read, the controls are easy to figure out and everything works as it should. I didn't buy a pad for it, I just cut the bottom out of the box it came in.

It's not the fanciest treadmill out there, but for the money, this is just right.

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