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Our selection of the best treadmill buys for 2018, including overall, running, walking, cheap and various other price categories so you can find the ideal cardio machine for your home. The top club quality brands as well as the more affordable ones.
Horizon treadmills are engineered for quiet performance, reliable operation, and long life. The T101, Adventure and Elite models are packed with features at an affordable price.
The Sole F80 folding treadmill has an increased running surface and the powerful 3.5 horsepower motor is unheard of in a treadmill selling for under $1500. A step up from the popular F63 with more features and capabilities.
The Weslo Cadence G 5.9 treadmill has a more attractive design than other Weslo models, but with the flimsy construction and weak motor there’s no point in taking a chance on this one. It is OK for the elderly and for rehabilitation, but not for anything more than walking.
The ProForm 505 CST mid-range treadmill offers incline capability, iFit workouts, tons of training programs and solid cushioning in an affordable, well made machine. One of the top sellers for ICON Fitness and a space saving choice.
We've had a decent treadmill we got used and, having practically worn it out, decided to upgrade so bought this Bowflex new. We should have done more homework.
Exerpeutic treadmills have become quite popular over the years, offering low cost entry level models for light use with a nice variety of features and capabilities.
The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 treadmill is an upgrade on the best-selling Commercial 1500 model which has been a favorite product for Icon Fitness for many years. Rated ‘Good Buy’.
The Max Trainer M5 is the mid-level hybrid cardio machine from Bowflex, an improvement on the base M3 but not as advanced as the upper-end M7.
The Bowflex Max Trainer is on of the most popular cardio machines on the market today. But how does it compare to a treadmill or an elliptical? Check out our rundown of the M3, M5 and M7 for 2018.
UPDATE: Winter 2018 Treadmill Sales are on!
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