We currently do not own a treadmill so this would be our first. I'll have to look into whether the incline is controlled by a button or manually. And maybe I'll wait til higher end treadmills go on sale. Or I can buy it (after finding out the return policy) and try it out and make my decision on it before the return period is over.
11/27/12 10:34 A
How does it compare to the treadmill you're currently using? Does it have the same features or at the least all the features you like currently? I'd look at what kind of return or exchange policy Wal-Mart has in case something does go wrong either when it arrives or shortly there after.
I would try it before you by it. I did have that brand from walmart several years ago. I wore it out using it. It worked ok. So does the one you are looking at have push button incline.......? that is important. My first one I had that came from walmart didn't have that and you had to get off the treadmill to raise the incline.........what a pain other than that it worked fine. I do know the one I have now I got on sale from Sears. They have them on sale in January.
Were you able to run on this model at the store? Don't buy anything you haven't tried out first!
11/26/12 9:00 P
My husband and I are thinking of buying this treadmill from Walmart. We've read some reviews online but figured I'd ask for advice on here. It's in our price range and a lot of complaints on the reviews were from some damage but they had their treadmills shipped. Anyone use this treadmill or have any advice? Anything would be appreciated.
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