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The Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill is an electric treadmill that sells for less for than many manual treadmills. It is also quite small with the running area measuring 16 inches wide and about 50 inches long making it more suitable for walking than running and making it a good treadmill for small apartments or homes with limited rooms. In addition, it folds up so that it takes up even less room when not in use. It comes with a 2.25 HP motor and 6 workout options. The incline though small is easy to select without having to get off the treadmill.
The G 5.9 treadmill has a cushioned belt to help reduce the stress on ankles and knees and it has a basic LCD screen that gives you the basic information. This treadmill comes with a poor warranty of only a year on the motor and 90 days on parts and labor, which is not that surprising when consider the low price of the treadmill. It is possible to get an extended treadmill for the G 5.9.
Since this is a budget treadmill it does not come with any of the comfort feartures you might expect on a high end treadmill. While it does have a cushioned belt, the cushioning it not the best. Also the narrow width of this belt may actually take away from some of the comfort of using this belt especially for larger individuals you may need or want a little more space when walking, jogging or running.
The G 5.9 comes with a basic blue lit LCD display that tracks speed, time, distance and calories burned. It is easy to use the console to increase or decrease resistance, incline and speed.
For a budget treadmill the G 5.9 does come with 6 personal trainer workouts, which is a fair variety of workouts for a budget machine and may help users keep from becoming bored when using this treadmill helping them improve their fitness levels or lose weight.
This treadmill measures 10” X 31” X 68.” folded dimensions are about 5′ X 2′ X 2.’ The running deck is actually 53” X 18” with the actual belt measuring 16” X 50” making this treadmill belt extremely small which could make this treadmill difficult for some larger people to use, especially if they want a treadmill to run on.
This treadmill has a 2 level treadmill flat and 5%. However, the resistance level can be adjusted to give users a more difficult workout.
The Speed of the G 5.9 treadmill increases in speed from 1 to 10 mph.
It is difficult to know the exact weight capacity of this treadmill as some sites state it 250 pounds maximum while other sites it state it has a weight capacity of 275 pounds. Some users weighing more that 275 pounds do use this treadmill successfully, but it is not recommended.
This treadmill comes with a 1 year warranty on the motor and 90 days on parts and labor. It is possible to purchase and extended warranty and considering this is a motorized treadmill, getting the extended warranty may be a good idea.
The reviews from various websites give this treadmill average ratings. However, there is a lot about this treadmill that many users like. Most users find that the G 5.9 is easy to assemble with some being able to assemble this treadmill is roughly 30 minutes.
Once assembled users find this treadmill to be easy to use and extremely quiet. People with small workout areas or limited space really seem to like this treadmill and find that it fits their living space better than most other treadmills.
Most users also find the treadmill itself to be quite sturdy with no undue shaking when walking or even running on it. Users also like the adjustable speed increments and really like the simplicity of the LCD display.
There are a couple of complaints regarding the G 5.9 treadmill worth considering. For starters one or two users complained about the belt breaking within a year of purchasing the belt and since the warranty for parts is only 90 days Getting a new belt and having it installed will be an out of pocket expense that may well run as much or nearly as much as the entire treadmill itself.
The other more serious complaint is that several users have reported that the motor itself begins to malfunction or even breaks down entirely rendering the treadmill completely useless.
Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill Review With Comparison:
Comparison of Weslo G5.9 vs Weslo G5.2
weslo cadence g 5.9 treadmill owners manual
|Model Name||Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill||Weslo Cadence R 5.2 Treadmill|
|Weight Limit||275 lbs||275 lbs|
|Maximum belt speed||10 mph||10 mph|
|Incline settings||Yes – Manual||Yes – Manual|
|Surface Area||16″ (W) x 50″ (L)||16″ (W) x 50″ (L)|
|Product Dimensions||64″ (L) x 29″ (W) x 55″ (H)||75″ (L) x 29.6″ (W) x 55″ (H)|
If you are looking for a treadmill to use for several years to come, then the G5.9 treadmill may not be the treadmill for you as it’s small running surface and the problems with the motor experienced by many users may be an indication that this treadmill will not grow with your growing fitness levels.
However, if you are looking for a small treadmill, suitable to use on an occasional basis then the G 5.9 treadmill may be just what you are looking for, especially if you invest in the extended warranty.
What buyers said?
Great , Love it :
Easy to set up on your own and start working out as soon as possible.
I LOVE this treadmill
I LOVE this treadmill, it’s pretty standard, without a lot of bells and
whistles. Does the job really well and the EASIEST treadmill you will ever assemble! If it takes you more than 1/2 hour, not mechanically inclined, is an understatement. It’s heavy with a transport weight of about 120lbs, but you’re not going to get a better treadmill for less!
Don’t waste time buy this product
This treadmill fit within my budget and it is perfect for a few times a week jog. I am just now starting to use it for the price I am getting just what I paid for and I am very happy with this product it’s not too complicated is just right for me, it saves me a lot of space and I know so happy about it thank you.
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