Cory Everson Manual Treadmill Model 5250MT

Cory Everson Manual treadmill offers affordable and quiet walking and jogging workouts at home. Featuring a 42" by 13" running surface and a weight capacity of 220 pounds, this treadmill boasts a large LCD display computer that shows time, speed, distance, total distance, and calories burned.

Additional features of Cory Everson Manual Treadmill include a cushioned deck, protective wheel cover and belt covers, and a water bottle and attached holder. This treadmill folds up easily for storage. Some assembly required.

The Cory Everson Fitness line is endorsed by six-time Ms. Olympia World Bodybuilding Champ and renowned fitness expert, Cory Everson.

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Specifications of Cory Everson Manual Treadmill

Cory Everson Manual Treadmill
  • Model number: 5250MT

  • Walking surface (inches): 42 x 13

  • Maximum user Weight (lbs): 220

  • Monitor: Large LCD display

  • Open dimensions (inches): 42 x 49 x 24

  • Shipping Weight (lbs): 54.2

  • Warranty: 1 year limited warranty against defects in material & workmanship

  • Extras: A water bottle & iPod holder

  • Our Comments

    This machine may not be right for you IF:

    1. Your body weight exceeds 220 pounds (because the maximum user weight of this treadmill is 220 pounds)

    2. The span between the outer periphery of your 2 feet is greater than 12 inches (check the span as you stand with your feet spaced apart for normal walking), since the walking surface of the treadmill is only 13 inches wide

    Need a manual treadmill with wider walking surface?

    Take a look at Stamina InMotion II Manual Treadmill which has a walking surface width of 17 inches.

    Is the above manual treadmill right for you?

    We presume that you know what you really want when you decide to buy a manual treadmill instead of a motorized machine. As a matter of fact, one should never compare a manual treadmill directly with a motorized one since the price differential is so huge -- a basic motorized treadmill costs at least 2 to 3 times more money than a manual machine, and the more advanced motorized treadmill can cost 10 to 20 times (or higher) more!

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