Exerpeutic 250 Manual Treadmill Review
The Exerpeutic 250 Manual Treadmill is sometimes described as "Exerpeutic 260" by some retailers. Both "Exerpeutic 250" and "Exerpeutic 260" refer to exactly the same treadmill, the Paradigm Model Number is 1005. "Exerpeutic" is Paradigm Health & Wellness Inc.'s brand launched for fitness lines including treadmills.
Is Exerpeutic 250 any good?
Lets take a closer look at this manual treadmill...
Exerpeutic 250 Manual Treadmill Features and Specifications
- Weight Capacity: 260lbs of user weight
- Frame: Steel frame with powder coated finish. Wide side rails for safety
- Pulse Monitor: Heart pulse sensors allows the user to measure target heart rates zones and heart pulse levels
- Safety Features: Extra long safety handles with foam grips are more than 2 X the length of other typical manual treadmill handles, providing for walking security and preventing any loss of balance
- Manual Incline: Quick release incline adjustments features quick and easy 2 position incline levels of 9% and 12% respectively
- Assembly: Some assembly required
- Transportation Wheels: Fitted with transportation wheels that allow the treadmill to be moved easily from room to room or just moving around
- Treadmill Belt Size: 41 inches Length x 13 inches Width
- Storage: Can be folded up easily for storage. Could easily fit in a closet where room space is premium
- Folded Dimensions: 57 inches H x 23 inches W x 18 inches D
- Set Up Dimensions: 51 inches L x 26 inches W x 50 inches H
- Set Up Weight: 68 pounds
- Computer: Large LCD display window features elapsed time, distance walked, calories burned, speed and heart rate monitoring
- Flywheel: The 7 lb flywheel provides quietness during operation
- Warranty: 1 Year Limited
Exerpeutic 250 Manual Treadmill Video Overview
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Our rating for Exerpeutic 250 Manual Treadmill: 3.5 of 5
The Exerpeutic 250 Manual Treadmill is an impressive looking piece of machine from the look of the photos and the video overview above.
The price tag (about $160 includes shipping, at time of writing) is reasonably fair.
Poor packaging (that causes delivery damages) by the manufacturer has been the main complaints by customers for this manual treadmill. Hopefully this problem has been investigated and rectified.