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Features
Folds?
Display type
Display features
Motor horsepower
Speed (mph)
Incline
Belt size (inches)
Belt construction
Deck construction
Deck cushioning
Heart rate monitor
Heart rate control?
Other programs
Max user weight (pounds)
Length (inches)
Width (inches)
Height (inches)
Machine weight (pounds)
Warranty
 
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    Est. $3,700 and up
    Pros: powerful motor, great construction quality, transferable lifetime parts warranty
    Cons: non-folding deck; might be too large for some homes, 58-inch tread belt may be short for tall runners, best warranty requires having an authorized dealer with 60 miles
    not avail.
     
    No
    Illuminated LCD
    Time, distance, speed, elevation, calories, pace, optional pulse. More features in step up consoles
    4-horsepower continuous-duty
    0.5 to 12
    0 percent to 15 percent
    20 by 58
    4-ply
    1-inch thick, reversible
    Two options: Standard VFX or Orthopedic
    optional; options vary on other consoles
    Varies with console
    2 user-defined programs, 5 preset programs; other consoles offer more options
    400
    76
    35
    59
    345
    Transferable bumper-to-bumper lifetime warranty on all parts, including wear items.
     
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    Pros: up to a 3-percent decline, smooth, stable deck with great shock absorption, internet-enabled touch-screen console, iFit Live built-in
    Cons: customer service concerns, full iFit features require subscription
    not avail.
     
    Yes
    7-inch touch-screen
    Web enabled, iFit Live built in
    3.8 continuous horsepower
    0 to 12
    -3 percent to 15 percent
    22 by 60
    2-ply
    N/A
    Runners Flex, two position
    Handgrip or wireless chest strap
    No
    38 workout apps, iFit
    400
    76
    38.5
    73
    Not specified
    Frame, motor, deck: lifetime; parts & electronics: 5 years; labor: 2 years
     
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    Pros: feature rich, sturdy and stable, lifetime frame and motor warranty, excellent customer service
    Cons: large and bulky
     
    Yes
    4.5-inch backlit LCD
    Speed, incline, distance, calories, time, heart rate
    2.25 continuous horsepower
    0.5 to 10
    0 percent to 10 percent
    20 by 55
    2 ply, 1.4 mm
    N/A
    3-zone variable cushioning
    Handgrip only
    No
    Manual plus 29 other programs, including step-counting, distance and interval programs
    300
    70
    33.5
    55
    165
    Frame and motor: lifetime; parts and labor: 1 year
     

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