The award-winning Lifespan Pro3 treadmill has the engineering and styling of the high-end Lifespans, yet is mid-priced to provide an affordable selection for runners who want a health club quality treadmill.
The Lifespan Pro3 treadmill console has a blue backlit LCD window and 3 LED displays to show your workout information. Readouts include speed, time, distance, incline, calories, and heart rate. Exercise programs include 2 Target HR programs, 10 Preset (5 Speed, 5 Incline Change), 2 customizable programs, and 5K/10K programs.
The other features and specs include:
UPDATE: The Lifespan Pro 3 non-folding treadmill is no longer being sold. Take a look at their popular TR5000i for similar specs and features.
The Lifespan Pro3 non-folding treadmill has a 22" by 60" orthopedic belt that is 3.2mm multi-ply (3/16") thick, along with a 1" reversible commercial grade deck, aluminum top extrusion rails, and 3" machine ground tapered rollers. The frame is same construction used in Lifespan’s professional series treadmills featuring larger tubing and a wider stance for stability.
Trainers and customers appreciate the Intelli-Key™ Smart Lighting System (patent pending) for quick start-ups. The system flashes each console button to press in proper sequence for programming the next workout.
Another cool feature on the console is the body mass analysis function that displays your basal metabolic rate and body fat percentage. Treadmill reviewers remark that the Lifespan Pro3 is a well-made machine, backed by a solid warranty and excellent customer service.
Since the Lifespan Pro3 has won several Best Buy awards, including one from Treadmill Doctor, it is easy to call this machine one of the best in the under-$2500 class. The warranty is tremendous – lifetime motor, 5 years on parts, and 1 year of in-home repair – which will give a new owner peace of mind.
It is heavy, solid, and stable, just a quality machine for runners with excellent cushioning, power, quality, and an easy-to-use console. The Lifespan Pro3 treadmill offers exceptional value at $2,299 and rates a Good Buy.
UPDATE: April Treadmill Sales are on!
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