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An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions– opens in a new window or tab
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True Fitness Z9 TTZ900LC Treadmill Display Console Control Panel Overlay + Board
Treadmill Buying Guide
Treadmills are a definite large investment financially as well as in your fitness, consequently much thought and preparation should enter the purchase of your new treadmill.
Having your treadmill engine blow up or your belt warp seriously after only a few months use is not a thing you want, so below are a few basic treadmill buying recommendations.
Any treadmill brand well worth its weight will offer a nice warranty on their item. Often the engine, components, and work will be covered under various warranties. Make sure you get at least a 5 warranty on you motor year. After the treadmill purchase be sure you abide by the warranty and submit any user registrations if required.
How big is the surface you actually walk or run on? My first treadmill machine possessed a 16 inch width that seemed fine into the store, but after further usage I came across myself always alert to where the sides had been and further careful not to "step the edge off". Make certain the width of your treadmill will be comfortable for all in your home (I prefer 20 inch widths) as well as the length is very long enough for the long legged members of your family.
Most treadmills have a weight restriction. Too weight that is much put a strain on the frame, belt, and especially engine regarding the treadmill machine. Make sure your potential treadmill machine features a weight limit to accommodate each of its potential users to avoid placing wear that is undue tear in your new treadmill.
Make sure your new treadmill machine has an crisis end mechanism. This can help prevent severe injuries during malfunction or accidents.
Treadmills come in numerous size and shapes with various features. Some additional features you might look for are a water bottle holder, calorie counter, book stand, incline, and preset and workout that is programmable.
Once you have made your final treadmill buying decision, make sure you shop around for the price that is best for your brand-new treadmill. Getting all the features you would like at the price you want makes for pleased treadmilling!