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Exerpeutic Fitness 350 Walking Electric Treadmill review
Exerpeutic Fitness 350 Walking Electric Treadmill Review
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With its maximum speed of 4 mph, basic computer display, and no incline feature, the Exerpeutic Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill is the definition of a no-frills walking treadmill. Which explains how Exerpeutic are able to sell this particular model for such a low price.
The Exerpeutic uses a 1.5-horsepower high torque motor and is able to generate speeds of up to a maximum of 4 mph and a minimum of .4 mph. All it takes to adjust the speed is the touch of a button (the speed can be adjusted in 0.1 mph increments).
As a result of being a walking treadmill, the motor is quiet in operation, making it unlikely that you’ll disturb others as you exercise.
The Exerpeutic Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill treadbelt measures 36 x 16 inches, which is a little on the short side. Therefore, those who are around 6′ will likely feel confined as they exercise. It’s also a bit of a shame that there is no incline feature, as this means that you will always have to exercise at ground-level instead of being able to simulate walking up a hill, for example.
As you might expect from a walking treadmill, the computer monitor is rather basic. It displays distance, time, calories burned and speed. Unfortunately, there is no way to record your pulse, which is a bit of a letdown considering that a few similarly priced treadmills on the market offer this feature.
Due to its foldable design and built-in wheels on the bottom of the machine, the Exerpeutic Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill is simple to store and keep out of the way when not in use.
The Exerpeutic Fitness 350 is backed by a 5-year motor and 1-year frame warranty.
47 x 29 x 51 inches
Maximum User Weight Capacity: 350 pounds
Exerpeutic Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill User Reviews
The general consensus is that the Exerpeutic Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill is a good choice if you’re looking for a basic treadmill and are not concerned about being able to adjust the incline or record your pulse.
However, a number of users feel that the running deck is on the small side, particularly if they have a long stride. There have also been reports of the treadmill breaking down after a few months of use (an “E2” error suddenly appears).
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Besides what is mentioned above, the belt has a tendency to slip, so it may require some adjustment the first few days you use the treadmill.
Anything Else You Should Know?
If you are looking for a no frills, walking treadmill then the Exerpeutic Fitness Walking Electric Treadmill may be a good choice. However, there are better options out there if you increase your budget by $50-100, such as the Exerpeutic TF1000, which comes with the ability to adjust the incline and record your pulse. It also appears to be more durable.
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