Epic T40 Treadmill User Review

by Ed Rogers
(Logan, UT)

Our Epic T40 treadmill has, so far, performed well. My wife and I have over 600 miles and 145 hours on this machine, so it's beyond any "Honeymoon" phase. It is truly made for running. Most Icon Health and fitness treadmills don't meet this requirement. As of this moment, the Epic T40 hasn't required any adjustments to the belt, such as tension or alignment. My first treadmill (a Proform) started slipping after about 50 miles. I junked it shortly after one major repair attempt at around 100 miles.

I did have one problem with the Epic T40. After about 3 weeks of inactivity, the treadmill wouldn't start. I simply unplugged it, waited a few minutes, and plugged it back in. We haven't had any problems with our Epic treadmill since.

Pros: Solid construction, built-in TV (analog), large running surface, commercial-grade 3.5 continuous HP motor.

Cons: Requires digital converter to watch TV, use it or lose it (binds up after inactivity).

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