The TRUE M30 is the most affordable treadmill in the lineup, typically right around $2000 on sale. The brand has grown in popularity over the years due to its high quality, comfort features and space saving design.
The M30 features a bright 7" LCD display with Quick Speed keys showing speed, distance, calories and heart rate among other stats. There are 9 preset workout programs and 2 saved workouts, including heart rate control, weight loss, performance, speed and hill programs.
Here are some of the main specs on the machine:
Critics are applauding the fact that the company is offering an affordable option in the TRUE M30 treadmill, as just a few years ago the cheapest model was $3000+. It may not have all of the bells and whistles of the pricier PS, ES and Z models, but it gives you the opportunity to own a gym quality machine without breaking the bank.
The most talked about features are the space saving design which TRUE is known for. It's only 74" long and 29" wide, making it ideal for any home gym environment. At 220 lbs it's also much lighter than most treadmills so you can easily move it around with the included transport wheels.
All TRUE machines come with wireless heart rate monitoring which is more accurate than the hand sensors. The M30 also comes with something called HRC Cruise Control which keeps you in your ideal heart rate range throughout your entire workout.
One thing to note though is that the lower end models don't come with any entertainment features or web connectivity. If that is something that interests you you should consider some of the higher end models, although those can get pricey.
If you're in the market for a treadmill that will last for many years, backed by a rock solid company and giving you that gym machine feel in a smaller footprint, you can't do better than the TRUE M30 treadmill.
It has a strong/quiet motor, the comfort features that TRUE is known for, incline capability and a good sized deck despite its relatively compact size.
This one is definitely worth a look, as well as the M50 which is basically the same machine with an orthopedic belt.