Weslo CardioStride 3.0 Treadmill
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||53 x 28 x 62 inches|
|Item Weight||0.52 Pounds|
|Deck Length||41 Inches|
|Deck Width||17 Inches|
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- No Electrical Power Required; SpaceSaver Design; 17" x 41" Tread Belt; California Prop 65 WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm
- Lightweight BodyMaintenance-Free Design
- Large LCD Window
- Console requires two AAA batteries
- Integrated Tablet Holder
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Save energy and money when you bring the CardioStride 3.0 treadmill home. Completely self-powered, you can exercise while your electricity bill loses a little weight too. The lightweight frame and body keep the total treadmill weight at just 52 pounds so assembly is no-sweat. As you run, the large LCD window keeps your workout organized with key stats like speed, time, distance, and calories burned. And with the integrated tablet holder, you can keep your favorite entertainment close as you work out.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 53 x 28 x 62 inches; 8.32 Ounces
- Item model number : WLTL99315
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Batteries : 2 AAA batteries required.
- Date First Available : August 27, 2015
- Manufacturer : Weslo
- ASIN : B014IWDOGM
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I have just received my treadmill the day before, I didn't bother setting up the electronic part of the machine but it works pretty well and it was not hard to set up. It comes with the tools you need, though adjusting the treadmill is a wee challenging but I was able to do by myself! I did a little test run and it runs pretty well and it's nice and sturdy I hope it last as long as I need it to drop the pounds! It's a pretty good deal for 80 bucks (it was on sale).
It finally died. It lasted a good 2 years of my fat but running on it. I am a 200+ person who ran on that thing a few days every week. It became wobbly mid way to this time and it needed a bit of oiling on the tread part. It was sort of a pain in the ass to have but it was a very good quality and I think it lived it's worth.
The treadmill has an incline that is adjustable, but the tread cannot be made flat; it will always sit at an incline. Wanting to make it flat, I had read that someone purchased bed risers from Walmart in order to elevate the back legs, so I tried doing the same. Unfortunately, it didn't work, as the treadmill MUST be at an incline in order to propel the tread. You are the one making the tread move, and it needs the momentum provided by the incline in order for that to happen. Laws of physics.
The belt is the biggest issue, as it often slides off-center. Included in the box is a starter bottle of oil to lubricate the tread, but it wasn't enough, so I went out to purchase a bottle of spray lubricant that has a straw attached to the nozzle which allows me to spray under the belt. In my experience, I need to lubricate the belt before each use. If I don't, it becomes difficult to walk with a smooth stride.
In addition, there are two screws located on either side of the back end of the tread. Turning these screws tighten and loosen the belt. An allan wrench is provided for this purpose. I find it's necessary to center the belt at least twice during a workout; once before, and possibly once during your workout if the belt slips. This is annoying, as you need to stop your workout, get off the treadmill, and make adjustments.
The console is just a basic one that keeps track of time, calories, and distance, which meets my needs just fine. The belt is also wider than other manual treadmills I've seen, which is helpful. Even if you are fit, it is necessary to hold on to the bar with at least one hand for safety reasons...otherwise you can easily lose your balance, as the stride is not always smooth and controlled.
I like that the treadmill folds up, as I can store it in a corner of my apartment without having to keep it open all of the time. When folded, it has a fairly small footprint, but it folds at a slight angle which may prevent you from placing it flush against a wall (when folded).
I am physically fit, yet 20 minutes on this can challenge me. Due to the incline and the fact that you have to make the treadmill move, it certainly provides a great cardio workout. If you can deal with some of it's drawbacks and annoyances, I think this treadmill is well worth the money, especially when compared to the price of it's competitors.
Assembly wasn't bad- I did it solo while my toddler was napping . Later, my husband helped to tighten the screws a little bit. We also adjusted the tension on the belt so that it was the right level for my preferred stride. The little knobs make it very easy to do this.
Now, since it is so neatly tucked away when not it use, I just have to remind myself to use it! Haha!
I'm in my twenties, about 5'2, and am pretty active but I had to hold on the handle for dear life while using this machine. It's like walking up a very steep steep hill. I didn't think it was going to be that much of an incline! It was unusable for me that way so I took out the screws holding the bottom half on the incline and just laid the belt part on the floor. It rests on the handle bars which is just enough clearance for the big wheel to turn. I can get a good jog/brisk walk while gripping the handle bars and it is much more comfortable than being on that steep incline. My mom has a manual treadmill from Sears that is a much better quality. It was about $130 but hers is on a much smaller incline and the belt is tight enough that you don't fall off while trying to use it! So I wouldn't recommend this treadmill, you get what you pay for. Just trust me and save $250 to buy a foldable electric treadmill.