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Weslo Cadence G 5.9i Cadence Folding Treadmill, Easy Assembly with Bluetooth
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||64.5 x 29 x 55.5 inches|
|Item Weight||118 Pounds|
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- Dimensions: 55.5” H x 29” W x 64.5” D | Folded dimensions: 60” H x 29” D | Belt: 16" W x 50 D
- Weight capacity: 275 pounds
- Activation required: Go to ifit.com/activate to redeem your 1 month iFit membership and activate your equipment or simply press and hold the Bluetooth button for 25 secs while the machine is turned on to manually activate it
- If you want to bypass iFit activation press and hold the Bluetooth button for approximately 30 seconds while the machine is turned on.
- Space saver design: Simply fold your machine’s treadmill deck up when you are done working out in 1 easy step
- Integrated tablet holder: Keeps your tablet secure and conveniently close
- Connect via smartphone to your equipment
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From the manufacturer
A Cost-Effective Fitness Solution
Train At Home, On Your Time
Enjoy the privacy of at-home exercise. The Weslo Cadence G5.9i was built to fit into your budget without sacrificing the quality of your workout or the space in your home.
Discover A New You
Improve your health and your life as you train on the Cadence G5.9i. Bluetooth technology connects you to the thrilling world of iFit personal training, the tool that will improve your workouts and give you access to world-class personal trainers. SpaceSaving technology means you won’t have to sacrifice your living space to stay in shape.
- Enabled for the iFit In-Home Personal Training Experience
- 2.25 HP Drive System
- 16” x 50” Tread Belt
- Comfort Cell Cushioning
16" x 50" Tread Belt
50 inches of belt space means that you won’t run out of room as you exercise. Crafted to give you a comfortable breadth as you run, jog, or walk, users under 6 feet tall will feel right at home on their Weslo tread deck.
Protect Your Joints
Comfort Cell cushioning technology gives your joints the support they deserve, making for a more comfortable workout and a faster recovery. Getting in shape can be hard, but it shouldn’t be painful.
Reclaim floor space in your home with your Weslo’s innovative SpaceSaver design. Fold your treadmill up and out of the way when your workout is over, keeping the clutter out of your home.
Personalized Training in Your Home
Enjoy an elite personal training experience from the comfort of your home.
Enjoy Limitless Options
iFit members gain access to an ever-expanding library of 16,000+ on-demand workouts led by elite personal trainers that offer everything from calorie-busting HIIT studio classes to exhilarating global workouts. Break free of treadmill monotony with iFit in-home personal training.
Train Across The Globe
Follow your personal trainer through rugged Icelandic terrain or the tight, cobbled streets of Italy as they digitally match your treadmill’s speed and incline to your chosen terrain. Work your way across the world as you whip your body into shape.
Intense Studio Workouts
Burn through calories quickly with access to iFit Studio Classes. Your chosen personal trainer will lead you through intense HIIT sessions and work with you from beginner to pro, controlling your machine’s speed and incline to match the workout requirements so you don’t have to.
|Welso Cadence G 5.9i Treadmill||Weslo CardioStride 4.0 Manual Treadmill||Gold's Gym Trainer 430i Treadmill|
|Cushioning||Comfort Cell||AirStride Plus|
|Incline||2 Position Manual||0-10%|
|Motor||2.25 HP Drive System||2.25 HP Drive System|
|Speed||0-10 MPH||0||0-10 MPH|
|Tread Belt||16" x 50"||16"x41"||16"x50"|
|Weight Capacity||275 lbs||250 lbs||300 lbs|
Experience superior fitness at your own speed with the Weslo cadence G 5.9I Treadmill. With fit coach technology, the Weslo cadence G 5.9I Treadmill makes it simple to get started on your fitness path. Simply pair your tablet with the built-in fit coach system for access to Google maps workouts, comprehensive tracking, and top trainer workouts. The manual adjustable incline helps you target specific muscles. And the convenient Space Saver design allows you to fold up your machine out of the way when it's not in use. Start your fitness journey with confidence with the Weslo cadence G 5.9I 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.
User Manual [PDF ]
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 64.5 x 29 x 55.5 inches; 118 Pounds
- Item model number : WLTL29615
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : March 18, 2016
- Manufacturer : ICON Health and Fitness
- ASIN : B01LXGBP22
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Very disapointed!!! Box arrived in good condition... but the treadmill do not work... after hours putting the parts together... the panel just displays Hello!!!.... and when i press any button beeps 3 times!!! And nothing else....
I owed a older model years ago and that machine still working and its at my parents house... now i order this one with biggest hopes.... and Its not Working!!!
I ask Amazon for a replacement... they did send me other...( I do love Amazon) when i put the machine together the same thing happened... panel just say hello and nothing else.and the buttons beeps 3 time and done.. BUT..... i figured out Reading!!
In order to activate the console of the Treadmil you need to:
Download the ifit app to your phone or tablet (you can also do it with a computer, but this is another process)
You can skip the part of the subscription to the Ifit program... so go all the way to the bottom and hit No thanks)
Then if you do it with a tablet o cellphone you can activate the treadmill console with the Bluetooth. Also make sure the treadmill is on and the key is in the middle of the console.
Then your treadmill will work !!
Weslo!! was not a good idea de activation through the internet. When we buy a treadmill wevexpect to connect to the electricity and hit start and we done....
I put the treadmill together and I am extremely handy and this unit barely fit together at the base. Most people would have given up it was so tight.
Once everything was assembled and sitting where we want to use it, I visually inspected it. The main upright has a huge dent in it from shipping. It isn't going to cause issues, so no way am I putting this back in the box to get a new one, I will live with the dent.
Now the fun part, I am also the tech guy in our family. Everyone comes to me for tech help. I can't figure out how to get this basic machine to start. I have had 3 new treadmills in the past and so I know how they work. I read the user's manual and it gives me two options for getting the treadmill to start, but there is a 3rd, I have to activate my machine with iFit. Seriously it is $15/month to get my treadmill to start. I was furious. I looked online and finally found a way, if you hold down the bluetooth button for 15-20 seconds the machine will activate and let you use it. But Weslo wants you to first get so frustrated that you either subscribe to iFit or return the machine and never ever ever ever buy another Weslo machine again. When this machine breaks, I will never ever buy a Welso and I will never buy a machine that requires activation for me to use MY property/machine that I paid for.
Another thing i've noticed is that the HEART RATE-thumb pulse monitor takes about 4-5 seconds to return with a reading. Not that big of a deal, but seems to be taking a lot of time to do this when you are actively in a run. The monitor also displays about 3 different numbers when taking your pulse--not sure which one is right, but either way, they are all waaaaayyyyyy off. And by way off, i mean at least 20 or so beats-per-minute lower than what it actually is. Rely on your personal heart rate monitor for real results.
The SETUP is easy, just like everyone mentions. No real issues. It takes about 30-40 minutes or so to assemble everything and it even comes with a small tube of treadmill lube. One of the features for the 5.9i versus the 5.9 is the addition of the "iFit" workout feature which bluetooths to your device to provide Google Map runs, fit tracking, etc. I never connected mine so I really don't know too much about it. One thing I did notice, is that once I put everything together and turned it on, the belt didn't move. It was stuck in "display mode". I checked the manual but it didn't say anything about how to get it out of Display Mode. I called Customer Service, who were nice and really helpful, and was told to push and hold the "iFit" button for a few seconds and the display will reset and will begin working normally. This was not in the manual and not on YouTube.
PACKAGING seemed fine and I saw that the thickness of the shipping carton was about half the width of a Sharpie marker. The carton had sufficient fillers to prevent items from shifting...not sure why others received theirs broken. One reviewer said to pay extra for shipping so that it spends less time in transit, but I received mine via Prime shipping with no issues. Delivered by Amazon contractor via a large container truck.
Now for the NOISE. I have my treadmill set atop an treadmill mat which is on carpet. Even with this, it is still loud. Now, I'm not sure if i'm just used to being at 24 Hour Fitness and not noticing the noise of the treadmill, but if you are in an apartment, expect the noise to bleed through the walls. Not blender loud, but maybe hairdryer loud. For an hour, or however long you are on it. My Roomba robot vacuum is about the same amount of noise pollution (of course i haven't tested this with a decibel meter), but if you have heard a Roomba, you know what i'm talking about. Building construction being what it is these days with hollow walls, you may want to stay at the gym if noise concerns you.
CONSTRUCTION seems to be slightly above average in regards to budget treadmills. I've purchased the SquareTrade Protection Plan for this in case the running board breaks. The noise may be attributed to the type of wood used for the running board, but who knows. The display is NOT backlit which may be a problem depending on where you put this.
-Purchase some legit treadmill lube. My wife bought me SpotOn treadmill lube which is great because it has a detachable hose that you can use to fit underneath the treadmill belt. $13.95 here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0153WN84E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
-Treadmill running mat. These are pretty much the run-of-the-mill mats; nothing special. I got mine for $22. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0153WN84E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Overall, after 1.5 months of having the treadmill, I am very satisfied with it.
UPDATE (June 10, 2018): Treadmill is still running great. I add Treadmill oil under the belt about every two weeks or so. One thing that I've noticed that I forgot to mention was that the display does not have a "Display Lock" that other treadmills may have. This means that the information on the display will constantly rotate and you cannot 'lock it' to display "Distance", or "Calories Burned", for example.
Another bit I forgot to mention is that when you change speed, it does not give you any "new calories burned per hour". This is a common feature on fitness club treadmills that I got used to and don't have anymore. Not a big deal, but just wanted to add that in.
Tried to use the iFit activation code that came with my treadmill and it doesn't work. So much for that.
The speed is slowly starting to either match what it should be (from being 1.5 mph too fast) or that I'm getting used to it. Can't tell anymore. Maybe the motor just needed to break-in.