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You get what you pay for
on 25 July 2014
This was bought to replace a York Fitness Treadmill which was a good solid, almost gym quality treadmill. This appears very flimsy in comparison but seems robust enough for a 10 stone woman. It was easy to put together, although the instruction booklet isn't very helpful. Not sure where this treadmill was made but the manufacturer must have used Google translate for the instructions. There are 12 programmes apparently, but nothing in the booklet to say what the programmes are so the only way to find out is to use them I suppose. This was one of the cheaper electric treadmills on offer, and that's why I bought it. You get what you pay for, and this is adequate for the money paid.