Our favorite, the TruPace M120 treadmill offers an amazing list of specs and features for just $699. It compares with competitor models that sell for hundreds more.
The console has an attractive blue backlit LCD with dot matrix display for an easy-to-read view of your workout stats. You can choose from 14 programs and 15 levels of incline with the touch of a button.
The full specs of the TruPace M120 treadmill are:
The TruPace M120 treadmill is the best value offered by TruPace Fitness. It offers a good size 20" x 55" walking surface, a strong 2.5 continuous duty horsepower motor, large 2" rollers, a deck cushioning system to lessen the impact on your joints, an easy folding mechanism with soft drop lift, water bottle holder, handrail buttons, and a max user weight of 325 lbs.
This 210-pound machine is far more durable than the M100, which is the little sister treadmill that weighs a slight 130 pounds.
Its TruSound audio system is iPod and MP3 compatible and comes with a plug-in port, headphone jack, and two integrated speakers on the console.
The TruDrop folding frame helps you to softly drop the deck into place as well as assist with tilting the deck up and out of the way to provide additional floor space when not in use.
The extended warranty options from TruPace Fitness are $79.99 for one year of parts and labor coverage, $99.99 for 2 years, $139.99 for 3 years, and $179.99 for 4 years.
The company ships the M120 treadmill free with “curbside delivery,” but because this is a heavy 210-pound machine, you should opt for the front door threshold delivery service for an additional $60.
For the price, you really can’t beat the TruPace M120 treadmill at $699. Reviews from new owners have been favorable, although no one can attest to the long-term reliability or performance of these machines that were only introduced to the North American market in 2011.
If you can’t spend much on a treadmill and want a good value, the M120 offers it in spades.
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