Fitness Reality TR1000 Manual Treadmill with 2 Level Incline & Twin Flywheels Specs and Reviews
230 lbs of user weight capacity. Steel frame with powder coated finish. Easy ‘on and off’ capability Incline adjustments feature quick and easy 2 position incline levels of 6 and 10 degrees Treadmill belt size 43″l x 13 1/4″ w. Twin cast iron flywheels for smooth and quiet walking Computer has an LCD display featuring elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed and Scan Folds up easily for storage and can be moved with included transportation wheels. Folded dimensions: 21″L x 23″W x 51″H
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I’m a 60-year old woman who is not mechanically inclined, so anyone could put this together.works well.Either it’s too slow and I have to push it along, or to fast and it increases in speed involuntarily until I have to jump off.It did not have a lot of reviews so I was kind of worried, but I am glad I bought this.Assembly was a challenge but can be done reading the manual.I have it on a 9% grade and walk in 10 minute sessions.The only thing i didn’t care about this treadmill was the LCD screen. NO LO RECOMIENDO .It’s portable and easy to move out of sight when not in use.[/review3][review3] Seller was extremely helpful and kind with my issue.I’ve adjusted to both inclines and I just can’t do either. I LOVE this. bought this for walking on my lunch break when it is too hot to walk outside.
Seller was extremely helpful and kind with my issue.I’ve since had friends try to help me in case it was just a matter of alignment, but no matter how we attempted to connect the base to the handlebar frame, including loosening or removing other screws, the holes through which the screw had to pass would simply not line up enough to get the screw in..After reading many reviews, it seemed that generally the bad reviews gave me the impression that problems were due to bad assembly. This is not a treadmill I felt comfortable running on.But there is a bent metal piece where you have to put a screw.I had to screw in the holes wider myself with my screwdriver and the screws that came with it, but with that being said, it is a $75 treadmill. I was really excited to buy this, but the very last screw that I had to put in the two parts it was screwing together to connect the base and the handlebars was out of alignment.