Nautilus Treadmill Series Specs and Review
Bluetooth connectivity, syncs with Nautilus Trainer 2 App and other apps for fitness tracking Sync with free RunSocial App and run through 19 locations with 27 routes alongside people from all over the world in real time 15 percent motorized incline. Maximum User Weight 300 pounds 20″ x 60″ running path 26 programs: including manual, quick goal, train, weight control, heart health, interval and custom workouts StrikeZone cushioning system for a smooth run 3.0 CHP motor that offers reliability, high responsiveness and performance for the user SoftDrop folding system that allows for your treadmill to be easily moved and stored
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I am still waiting on Amazon to arrange pickup with a shipper.It’s solid, but not so big that it takes up too much room.I still love it.Our runs span the gambit from 15 minute sprints to 1 hour high incline walks, typically back to back in the same evening.I can write about the pros and cons of the product but cannot mention delivery, the manufacturer, and so on and so forth.Very responsive – I was doing sprint intervals on it and it made the transitions easy.Indeed, I prefer it to those I previously used at the local Anytime Fitness.Box came a bit mashed in places and I paid the extra $20 to have the delivery guys take it to my basement .just got it and will probably update this review in a few months.My experience has been different.Delivery guys happily brought the box around to the back of my house and put it down gently.Plenty of options for installation times.There seems to be a lot of treadmills on the market that are either too expensive, or not sturdy enough.I am glad I paid $20 for the delivery to be put in a room of the house of my choosing though, since it was going in the basement! LOL.Came in a huge box which the delivery team delivered to inside my apartment .The material looks cheap too.It’s well maintained and used once a week.Tried turning the power on/off and pulling the safety key in/out but the belt would not start.Also not a very known brand name.My husband and I put it together.
It’s got a somewhat bouncy, soft impact so it doesn’t hurt my knees or back and is better than most I’ve used in gyms.So we bought it, had it delivered and let me tell you it’s HEAVY! My wife and I moved it into the basement because the shipper would only set it outside.I am a big guy , but this treadmill is quiet even when I’m running on it.Features that were important to me: NOT having to pay for any extra services just to use the darn thing, a powerful motor that wouldn’t burn out and a running board long enough for my stride .They dropped it off and wouldn’t place it in the spot that required the assembly person to assemble it.It was less than $970.I am glad we went with this one.I use my iPhone to airplay peloton app to the tv.It seemed pretty straight-forward if you follow the instructions.bbuuuuut.The belt was frayed, it squeeked and it shut off without warning from time to time.The assembly of the treadmill was less than an hour, for 2 people.Have to return.The treadmill is VERY heavy and requires two people to move it.After looking at my local stores and looking at multiple brands i decided on the T618.No that did not resolve the problem.The biggest issue I had was that the heart monitor is weak, spends half its time at zero or showing an odd value.Even better, you can download the Nautilus app and after your workout, your workout stats will go into the app via Bluetooth.Extremely horrible misleading you get nothing more then what anyone can get regardless of buying this treadmill or not.I’m still learning all that it can do.
The machine is very sturdy, which was one of my worries, but it’s incredibly well built .I love the arms and the motor is super quiet.so with that.I run often and I’m a a pretty heavy guy weighing in at about 217 pounds, and this treadmill handles my weight well.Heart rate monitoring, with chest strap or handle bars, is poor.I can run on this I’m 5’10 257 no skipping at all quiet as well!Freight shipping is the worst way to receive these, the drivers only has a pallet jack and no dolly so technically if you live on floor 2 or 3 of an apartment with no elevator and you don’t have a dolly the treadmill will be sitting at the bottom of the steps and not in your unit fun right? This can not be lifted by two average people either you NEED a dolly with 2 people to move it properly if there is steps involved.decided to try it out for a jog 2 days later, the machine wouldn’t turn on at all.I wrote up a clear and concise account of what was going on and sent that via their support web tool.One of the speakers went out though so that’s a little upsetting but the overall function of the treadmill is good.It’s worth it to pay to have it set up; the service person who did this was quick and knowledgeable.Works great and has many features.Despite being fully under warranty Nautilus does not service any of its own equipment.We looked for a while before deciding on this one.Quiet, solid very nice machine The only time I use a treadmill is with an incline of 15% the base moves but the handles and controls do not.I’ve not been walking like I used to and my feet have been bothering me quite badly.Plenty of place for water bottle, phone, etc.The only issues I have is that it is a little hard to figure out the features that are on the machine.