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GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
2/6/13 8:54 A

These days, the only treadmills you'll find for that price are usually used or poor quality. I DO recommend a stationary bike or an eliptical, which you may be able to get for that or less than that. Walmart especially has some decent quality stationary bikes. I LOVE our Stamina R360s Recumbant Bike.

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BECK1967 Posts: 377
2/6/13 6:38 A

I want to keep the price around $300.00, but want a good treadmill with a nice automatice incline feature, etc. Any recommendations?

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