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[Costco] Pro-Form 400 Crosswalk Sport Treadmill 599.99$

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  • May 27th, 2019 6:31 am
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[Costco] Pro-Form 400 Crosswalk Sport Treadmill 599.99$

Anyone use this one before? Or a proform treadmill in general and there experience. In the market for a treadmill and saw this costco online. Theres another one at 999.99 for a nordictrack t6.7c. Any suggestions on a good but not too expensive treadmill.

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Product Details

Choose from 16 built-in workouts designed by a personal trainer when you step up on the Pro-Form® 400 Crosswalk Sport Treadmill. This machine delivers a powerful motor boasting a 16 km/h (10 mph) top speed, 10 percent incline, and heart rate monitoring for precise and instant feedback. Plus, the integrated resistance bands enable you to reap the benefits of lower-body strengthening provided by a traditional treadmill while eliminating the need to carry weights or exercise bands to work your upper body as well.

Features:
2.0 CHP Mach™ motor (see below for definition and tips on how to select the right treadmill)
Large LCD monitor
iPod® compatible audio*
16 workout apps
Integrated upper-body resistance bands
0 – 16 km/h (0 – 10 mph) QuickSpeed® control
0 – 10% Quick Incline™ control
4.1 cm (1.6 in.) balanced rollers
40.6 cm x 127 cm (16 in. x 50 in.) tread belt
EKG™ grip pulse
ProDeck™ running surface
SpaceSaver® design
Weight capacity: 136.1 kg (300 lb.)
Assembly approximately 2 people 1 hour
Tools not provided

Warranty:
Frame: 5 years
Motor: 5 years
Parts and labour: 90 days

Specifications:
Dimensions (L x W x H): 165.1 cm x 73.7 cm x 139.7 cm (65 in. x 29 in. x 55 in.)
Weight: 49.9 kg (110 lb.)


Model: 24840C

Helpful tips and definitions for selecting the appropriate treadmill to suit your needs:
CHP (continuous horsepower): The maximum horsepower that the motor can produce while in continuous motion:
1.75 CHP or less: Recommended for 2 hours or less per week of jogging and/or running use, or unlimited walking use
2.0 to 2.5 CHP: Recommended for 3 to 5 hours per week of jogging and/or running use
3 CHP or more: Recommended for 5 or more hours per week of jogging and/or running use
Note: Users weighing more than 90.7 kg (200 lb.) may want to consider upgrading to the next higher CHP level depending on their needs.
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If you're looking to just walk on it you'll be fine, otherwise you should look at something a bit more heavy duty.
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tekkamanraiden wrote:
May 27th, 2019 5:54 am
If you're looking to just walk on it you'll be fine, otherwise you should look at something a bit more heavy duty.


Seconded. Just the fact that it is 2.0 CHP means it is not going to be good enough if you intend to run on it unless you only weigh like 100 lbs. The motor will give out prematurely.

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