ProGear 190 Space Saver Treadmill
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- Tested up to 230lb. of user weight
- Oversized belt rollers provide a very smooth and consistent walking experience
- Longer handles with foam grips provide for walking security and loss of balance
- Incline adjustments feature quick and easy 2 position incline levels of 6 and 10 degrees
- Some assembly required
- Twin cast iron flywheels for smooth and quiet walking
- Transportation wheels allow the treadmill to be moved easily from room to room
- Folds up easily for convenient storage
- Computer has an LCD display featuring elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed and scan
- No electric outlet required and all batteries included
- Product Dimension: 50 (W) x 23 (H) x 8 (D) in
- Recommended Floor Space: 40.72 (W) x 72.62 (L) in
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Of the 2 reviewers who responded, 1 would recommend this product.
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- Caveat emptor- March 29, 2021
Pros: has nice incline and instructions easy to understand and shipped on time Cons: no live person at customer service number. The tracker for calories miles and speed and time doesn't stay on for more than five minutes so you can't track any stats. Emailed paradigms.com who told me I could buy a replacement part which is absurd as it arrived Friday and had never worked and it now Monday. What's the point of a warranty if from the box it don't work and they want me to pay for faulty part. Plus the Allen keys are so small it doesn't tighten without a whole lot of extra work. Luckily I had additional allen keys and it worked quickly with ease.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Works great for walking- February 21, 2015
It doesn't weigh much so its easy to move around by one person. Folds for storage and takes up very little room. Has a small computer with functions for distance, time, calories burned and distance. Assembly was quick and easy but be sure to read the instructions carefully. I think this threadmill comes closer to simulating actual walking than a more expensive motorized unit because you actually have to move the belt with your feet yourself instead of a motor doing the work for you. Just like a real uphill walk, you have to push yourself forward. Ten minutes on it and I was done. Gives you a real workout. I am happy with it and will be using for more than just hanging my clothes on it.
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- You get what you pay for- February 20, 2015
The product was received in good condition with the exception that the lid of the plastic bottle of silicone lubricant was split and the contents spilt inside the plastic zip bag. Set up was relatively straight forward. The instructions were clear except for the connections for the electronic counter which fit in the handlebar - that took some guesswork with the final result being that the counter didn't work as advertised - does not activate when the deck is in use. As for using it - never having been on a treadmill before, I personally found the deck angle a little steep as it was forcing me to walk more quickly than was comfortable (I have spinal stenosis and my mobility is somewhat limited). In order to alleviate this I placed some wooden slats under the rear supports which reduced the angle of the deck, making it more comfortable for me. I would think that, over time, I will be able to remove the slats. After a month of usage, I am pleased with it. I have a daily routine of 20 minutes every morning and am feeling the benefits already (at first I was a little skeptical and thought that the novelty might soon wear off - but to my surprise I look forward to using it every day!) As for folding it up and moving it - it's a breeze and takes up very little room once in the stored position. Bottom line - it's well built, rugged and it does what it says on the tin (British expression meaning it performs as advertised). I removed one star as the electronic thingy doesn't work, but then I really don't see a need for it anyway as a wristwatch serves the same purpose.
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