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Sunny Health & Fitness Folding Treadmill with Device Holder Shock Absorption and Incline Review

Sunny Health & Fitness Folding Treadmill with Device Holder Shock Absorption and Incline Review

2. 20 peak HP drive system provides speeds of 0. 5 – 9 MPH along with 3 manual options for adjusting incline levels (0%, 2%, 4. 37%) Designed for a max user weight of 220 lbs. with 49L x 15. 5W inches of running surface Easy folding mechanism and soft drop system helps you unfold your treadmill safely and hands free Handrail controls allow you to control speed, start and stop. Pause function – Press the stop button once to stop the belt and pause your run while keeping your current data and running stats intact 9 Built-in workout programs with large LCD displays time, distance, speed, calories burned and pulse. Convenient smart phone/tablet holder is included to fit different devices included components: Treadmill, User Manual, Hardware

3 thoughts on “Sunny Health & Fitness Folding Treadmill with Device Holder Shock Absorption and Incline Review

fQwTO says:

I did a bunch of research prior to purchasing this one as I didn’t want to spend a ton of money but I also wanted to be able to run on my treadmill and not have it fall apart.1.The boxed Sunny Health & Fitness Treadmill arrived in my garage.Overall I have to say I’ve been happy with it.It sits folded up in our living room and is easy to pull out every night when I go for my run; I just fold the carpet back and pull it forward.This is smaller than the treadmills I am use to, however, after lubricating the running deck under the belt as manual advises and aligning the belt to make sure it’s centered as manual details I was impressed! I then mounted one of my Arkon tablet 10.I don’t run, but I’ve been walking 2mph or less for 30 minutes at a time.The price tag and the reviews were great so I decided to go for it.Unfortunately, I actually use mine and it has already stopped working in less than 6 months.Plastic on machine is all cracked.I had this product for little over a week and the motor already started to go bad.If you are like me and like to walk and jog this is the treadmill for you.It’s also nice and compact in terms of footprint.The company has absolutely amazing customer service.Carton it was packed in was not damaged in any way.Traffic where I live is like being on RT 95 in rush hour.This is a review of the price shooting up $95.This treadmill didn’t last even one full year! I’m a 4 foot 11, 125 pound woman….This is a nice little treadmill, and I doubt you could find a comparable one within the same price range.This one is small, has a rather short and narrow track, is rated only up to 220 pounds, and has a top speed of only 9 mph.

tcFxf says:

After 3 1/2 months this treadmill completely stopped working.I did regular maintanace as per the manual like oiling etc.I had to repackage it back during the set up process without even turning it on.It took about a week for the replacement however I am very satisfied with the purchase.It’s very thin, width wise, and fairly light weight so for me running is a bit iffy.I needed something for 2-3 mile fast walks everyday that was easy to handle and durable.It made a knocking sound the first time I used it, but that went away by the next time I used it.Aside from getting the machine up the stairs , the hardest part of assembly was getting it out of the box and all the packing materials.They ranged from $1000-$300.My complaint is the belt.Didn’t require a mat.I tried to run again and after 10 min the belt is coming off again!! I was disappointed with this purchase! I DON’t recommend.So I went looking elsewhere… Amazon because I could read the million reviews, and questions & answers.It is serving that purpose well.It started scratching so much that I had to adjust it every 5 minutes.Motor won’t run even though console works.I walk on it almost daily pretty fast (3.The most difficult part was moving the 100 pound box.Wife needed something a little less stressful than our Sole E25 eliptical .This hits all the points I needed.

dfCjtu says:

I bought 2 of these , first one came with some manufacturer problems, upon letting know the manufacturer about this they were immediately at a helping disposition.I put a short water bottle in them because I fear putting a taller one might fall off when I run on the threadmill.I’m a petite female and was able to put it together myself in under :30 minutes, you just need a helper to hold the bar for a bit while you tighten the screw..I’ve had other ones previous to this one and they were bigger and bulkier and hard to move around.As soon as I start even a mild jog, it feels like it’s going to fall apart.Worked great.It has a tablet holder and a cup holder and It also has 3 levels of height adjustments would have been better if there were a couple more and the plastic for stop magnet broke so we need to secure the magnet otherwise I can’t use this.Due to limited space I needed the smallest treadmill available.I bought the 3-year protection plan before so still eligible to get it fixed.My husband & I have both used it a couple of times.Be aware, the unit is heavy (over 100 lbs.Unless you are a hulk, get somebody to help you move it.The installation manual was very well written and easy to understand however the diagrams were useless.Previously had a much larger treadmill, this is much more compact and works just as well.Cons:-It lasted about 10 months.It fits and holds me well and I’m 215lbs with wide and thick lower body so, it could pretty much hold the majority of people.I find that it is too narrow and every now and then my hands hit the corner of the hold husband and i are of average size and weight.Folds up nicely and easily.

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