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York T201 Motorised/Incline Treadmill
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- Top Speed of 16Km/h
- 0-10% power incline
- Hand Pulse Sensors and wireless receiver
- 9 workout programmes, including 2 HRC
- MP3 Player input and speakers
- Cushioned running deck
- 127cm x 40cm running area
- 130kg Max User weight
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With a top speed of 16 km/h and a cushioned running deck the anniversary T201 is a delight to run on. Heart rate controlled programs will automatically adjust the incline to match your heart rate meaning you can get a much more effective workout, and 3 accessory trays means there's plenty of room to keep your water bottle, MP3 player, or remote control handy. Convenient speed and incline adjusters are located on the hand rails and with speakers and an MP3 player input you can listen to your favourite tunes while you workout.
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It works really well and has the features I'm looking for.
It took me about an hour to put together (and while it was pretty straightforward, the instruction booklet leaves a lot to be desired.
1) The order the additional plastic end caps and drinks holders are put onto the unit. Te order it suggests in the manual is wrong! The corner end-caps have to be put on BEFORE the drinks holders.
2) Inserting the computer console onto the unit. The manual says make sure the different coloured wires are linked together. All the wires are the same colour! Thankfully, the connecting units are unique, and so there male/female connectors can only be connected to the correct partner - so it works out fine in the end. It's the instructions that are inaccurate.
3) Lubricating the unit. It explains why this is so important, and how frequently to do it; but it does not say HOW to do it! Infuriating!
Also, one big tip! The assembled unit is wider than un-assembled - even though noting gets 'added' to make it wider. This was important to me as I assembled it in the lounge (more space) and moved it into my office where I want to keep and use it. Problem! It was too wide to go through an internal door. So out through the back door it went, and into the office through the office garden door. (This is where a little help may have been useful, but managed it alone)
The instruction manual should also mention this - explaining the width of the arm rails and potential problems in moving between rooms at home.
Curiously, there is an Allen key provided in the assembly kit. What it's for beats me! The only tool required is the spanner/cross-head screwdriver, which is provided.
All that considered, I'm really pleased and so can now cancel my gym membership and keep running in the warm and in the light throughout the winter!
I don't like gyms or training indoors. I much prefer to be outside either running or on a bike. Nearer to 50 than I'd like to be, I run with a club and do 10Ks and half-marathons - though about average at 8 mins to 9 mins per mile. I would like to improve this year and worried about all the missed runs because of bad weather decided to try a treadmill.
I still prefer outside running, however I find myself training properly on the treadmill instead of trying to keep up with much faster runners. The controls are very easy to use with pre-set speed buttons set at 4kph, 7kph & 10kph which allows you to get into a rhythm before speeding the machine up to your desired speed using either the buttons on the screen or on the arm. The motorised incline is a good touch and this too can be adjusted using buttons on the left arm. The display screen is clear and you can set the big display for time, distance, etc. The computer has a socket for an mp3 player to plug into and speakers built in. There are two large holders, one on each side, for water bottles and other junk. The machine has a grip that is supposed to read your pulse but it doesn't seem to be much good - though I think this is the same on all types of exercise machines and anyway much prefer to use my Garmin to monitor heartrate. The displays are in KMs rather than miles (perhaps there is a way to change this) but I don't find that a problem.
The noise of the machine is not an issue for me, but seems quiet enough.
The only negative comment I have is that it is difficult to lubricate the running surface and ended up getting some on top of the running mat. Also I'm not quite sure if there is enough lubricant on or not so have tended to squirt loads under the mat.
Assembly was straight forward and I did not have any problems apart from that of my own making - put the box into the place where you want the machine before assembling. A bit obvious really!
So pleased with the treadmill and will probably continue to use as well as running outside throughout the year.
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