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|Treadmill Type: Manual||Frame Material Details: Steel|
|Batteries Included: Yes||Number of Wheels: 2|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Tools Needed for Assembly: Wrench and screwdriver|
|Number of Batteries Needed: 1||Removable Wheels: Yes|
|Installation Required: Yes||Finish: Silver|
|Battery Type: AA||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Hardware Finish: Gray||Frame Material: Metal|
|Hardware Material: Iron||UL Listed: Yes|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Water Resistant: No|
|Heart Rate Monitor Included: No||Console Included: No|
|Book/Magazine Rack Included: No||Cup Holder Included: No|
|Desk Included: No||Fan Included: No|
|Foldable: Yes||Headphone Jack Included: No|
|USB Port Included: No||Safety Stop Included: No|
|TV Included: No||Power Source: Batteries|
|Batteries Required: Yes||Wheels Included: Yes|
|Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds||Commercial Use: No|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
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Very good product
Norine from Hanover Park, IL– Verified Buyer
Very good manual treadmill. Easy enough to assemble and easy
Anonymous from NY
The Phoenix Health and Fitness easy up manual treadmill is good for the price. It does have a steep incline that is not adjustable, so I just propped up the back to make the incline less steep.
so far so good
eduardo robinson from south holland, IL– Verified Buyer
Recently purchased treadmill was easy to set up and if you want an increase in your heartrate and a good sweat to help burn a few calories then this is your treadmill for the money.It does bind a bit but a little W-D40 and it's off to the races.
Jacqueline from Chicopee, MA– Verified Buyer
Works great, the belt does get stuck some times, but for the money you can't go wrong!
Grandma Sugar from Roseau, MN
I bought this for my daughter. She loves using it. She hasn't had any trouble. It is something her whole family uses. (Literally her 1, 3, 5 year olds can and do use it.) She only wishes that the incline was adjustable.
Not worth the money
Maria from Arkansas
I have used the product once before I needed to readjust the belt. after readjusting the belt for the first time he belt moves to the left with just a few steps, I have readjusted it again and in continues to move. the bolts just spin. the slope of the ramp makes it pretty hard to keep up. and its not like you have tones of room to run on this product (being 5'2").
Worth the Money
Penny Stretcher from SC
Light weight, sturdy and very easy to assemble. The only negative would be the need to adjust the elevation. I put a 2" block under the rear leg to elevate it which makes the walking much easier. Without the block you feel like you might fall off the end of the belt.
I like it!
Alanneone from Kentucky
Easy to assemble and works well.Good machine and easy to fold up and store out of the way.I only wish that I did not loose my electronic readings everytime that I slow down or stop briefly.
Product is good
lewa from Oshkosh, WI
Product is good, but difficult to maintain the speed. Easy to assemble and easy to use.
Nanny911 from Chicago, IL
Great treadmill for the money! Even got the dog on it for a while.