The Horizon T303 is one of the newest treadmills in the company's lineup, becoming the top of the line model in the entry level Go Series.
It improves upon the very popular T101 with more features and capabilities, yet it is still very affordable. As such, it is a great choice for those looking for a solid cardio machine without breaking the bank.
Let's take a closer look at the T303 treadmill to see what it is all about...
The T303 is well designed and the controls are intuitive. It has Bluetooth capability, so you can use your phone or tablet and access various fitness apps, including the free AFG app that you can use to control the treadmill.
Let's look at some of the most important specs...
Reviews have been very positive so far on the new Horizon T303, as it packs in a ton of capability without the jacked up price that you find on many similar treadmills.
As of this writing the T303 was right around $1,000, but with all of the great features we would easily pay about $1,500 and up for this one.
For starters you get a very large running area so you can really stretch out regardless of your height. At 20" x 60", same as you'll find on the mid-level T202 treadmill, it's a nice upgrade from most entry level models that typically give you a much shorter belt.
All of the Horizon treadmills have the signature 3-zone variable response cushioning, which gives you the ideal amount of support and give at various points in your stride.
The T303 has a 3.0 continuous duty horsepower motor, speeds up to 12 mph and up to 15% incline capability. To put that in perspective, the base model T101, one of the company's best sellers, offers a 2.5 CHP motor, up to 10 mph speed and up to 10% incline capability.
So it's a real jump from the T101, yet it's only a few hundred dollars more so it's a great deal if you can swing the additional expenditure.
There's a wide range of built in workouts, and you can tap into additional programs via Bluetooth if you'd like. As we mentioned there's also a free AFG app that you can use to control all of the features of the machine.
The Horizon T303 also has a lot of extras including an accessory tray, audio in and out jack, Bluetooth speakers, multi-position tablet holder and a workout fan, all things that many entry level treadmills are missing.
The console is engaging and intuitive, and although it is not a touch screen like some of the treadmills from NordicTrack and ProForm, it gives you everything you need for a great workout.
The warranty, like on all Horizon treadmills, is very solid, with lifetime on the frame, 3 years on the parts and 1 year labor. They also offer free shipping and various deals throughout the year.
All in all our reviews showed a very capable treadmill with enough features and capabilities to keep you motivated.
If you're in the market for a very good entry level treadmill for your home gym, definitely consider the Horizon T303. It has great speed, belt size, incline and cushioning, plenty of workouts and Bluetooth capability that opens up a lot of doors.
It is not as advanced as some of the higher level models in the Studio, Adventure and Elite Series, but if you're not a very serious runner or competitor the T303 will be perfectly fine.
If you want to save a little bit of money take a look at the T01 and T202 models. They have a bit less capability than the T303 but it may be worth it for you if you can save a few hundred dollars.
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