The affordable Fitnex T50 treadmill provides the user with up to 10 miles per hour of speed and 12 degrees of incline.
The console has a matrix profile and a three-window LED display that shows speed, time, distance, calories, and more. The pre-programmed workouts include manual, weight loss, 3 endurance, 3 interval, and 3 cardio programs.
The full specs of the Fitnex T50 are:
The quality mechanical specs on the Fitnex T50 treadmill include a 2.4 horsepower continuous duty PWM system motor, 2.5" rollers, a Texaglide lubricated 19" x 54" running surface with a 1.7mm 2-ply belt, and a 6-point elastomer cushioned deck.
This is a heavy machine that looks like it should be able to support more than a 300-lb user weight, but the shorter tread belt could be a turn-off for some potential buyers. In comparison, most $1400 treadmills offer a wider and longer 20" x 60" tread belt.
Don’t dismiss the T50 simply because you’ve never heard of Fitnex before. The company, FMI, has been around for a while and their Fitnex-brand treadmills come from the same Taiwan factory that makes Endurance machines.
Nevertheless, since the company does not have much of a market share in the US, it is difficult to say how long the company will try to compete against better-known brands at this price point.
While the parent company has been manufacturing equipment for some big names in the business for many years, it is a different ballgame to try to establish and service your own brand.
There are so many good treadmills at this price that it’s a shame there’s nothing that really stands out on the Fitnex T50 treadmill to recommend it.
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