FreeMotion 890 Treadmill review
FreeMotion 890 Treadmill Review
This FreeMotion 890 treadmill review describes all features of this heavy duty treadmill that is designed for home use, but could rival treadmills found in most smaller commercial gyms. This treadmill supports a fairly large belt, a large 10 inch display screen with an android browser, which allows you to connect to the Internet while working out. It has a 4.25 CHP with commercial Pro motor and is Ifit compatible.
This treadmill is designed for people who want to walk, jog, or run for exercise and will accommodate users weighing 400 pounds. It also comes with a decent warranty, however, it can take some time to get a technician to come to accomplish any repairs.
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The FreeMotion 890 treadmill is a comfortable treadmill to work out on. This treadmill comes equipped with a nice size belt, and a fan, which is directly under the console and gives you quick relieve, especially in case you are sweating more than the average citizen.
It has an easy to see large 10 inch display and Internet access so that you can read emails, or watch your favorite movies while working out.
The FreeMotion 890 Treadmill offers workout programs through iFit. While iFit offers you several programs to choose from you do have to pay a membership fee in order to use the programs. The ifit programs do offer several workouts designed by a personal trainer.
Users can walk or run at speeds from 0 to 12 miles.
Users can use this treadmill on the flat or at decline levels from -3% to 0% and incline levels 0% to 15% giving them experience of walking much like you would find when walking or running out of doors.
The FreeMotion 890 comes with lifetime warranty on the frame and motor, 5 years on parts and 2 years on labor.
- the treadmill measures 72.22″ x 33.87″ x 57.1″ and weights approx. 320 lbs. ,
- whereas the size of the belt is 20 by 60 inches.
- it’s designed for those people weighing 400 pounds or less making it a good machine for people of variety of weights to get the exercise they need to lose weight and get fit.
Reviews state that this treadmill is easy to assembly, but do recommend that assembly is easier if you have two people assembling the treadmill. They also like the fact that you can plan a route for walking or running and pictures will display for the route. The ability of this treadmill to both incline and decline allows you to work out your muscles in various ways while the fairly large belts allows users to both run and walk using this treadmill. It is perfect for getting in those long walks when the weather outside is foul without having to pay a hefty gym membership.
While the 890 is a sturdy treadmill some users found that this treadmill did not work from the moment it arrived. While it does come with a reasonable warranty, users did state that company is slow at answering phone calls (see phone on the following picture), shipping needed parts and having technicians available to make repairs. Some users stated that they had this treadmill for over a month waiting for parts or a technician to make repairs.
Overall, the FreeMotion 890 treadmill is a treadmill that is built to last. However, although the treadmill is easy to assemble, some users receive a non working model that can take several days, weeks, or months to get parts and repairs done to get the treadmill into working order. This is something potential consumers need to consider when purchasing.
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