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Nautilus T516 Treadmill

Easy on your feet, ankles, knees and hips, the Nautilus® T516 treadmill is engineered with a gym-inspired design that lets you enjoy running or walking on a remarkably comfortable surface. It features a Softrak™ suspension deck with a cushioned surface, and conveniently situated remote speed and incline controls right at your fingertips. SoftDrop™ space-saving technology provides user-friendly folding…

Submitted:May 13, 2011
Brand:Nautilus
List price:$2,499.00
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Category:Treadmills
Average rating: 4.1 / 12 (12 reviews)
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buy Nautilus T516 Treadmill : Nautilus T516 Treadmill: Sports & Outdoors

buy Nautilus T516 Treadmill : Nautilus T516 Treadmill: Sports & Outdoors

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Amazon.com: Nautilus T516 Treadmill: Sports & Outdoors

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Merit Fitness 725T Treadmill

Merit Fitness 725T Treadmill has multiple windows for easy feedback access, seven preset programs, hand contact heart rate monitoring and folds easily for storage…

Submitted:Mar 29, 2010
Brand:Horizon Fitness
List price:$599.00
Sale price:$497.53   View details
You save:$101.47 (17%)
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Category:Treadmills
Average rating: 4.0 / 148 (148 reviews)
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Merit Fitness 725T Treadmill: Sports & Outdoors

Folding treadmill with 1.25-horsepower continuous-duty motor Speed range of 1 to 10 miles per hour; 0 to 10 percent incline 7 preset programs, 2 cup holders, and hand contact heart rate monitor Weight capacity of 250 pounds; AeroSoft cushioning system Lifetime warranty on the frame, 2-years warranty on the motor

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Merit Fitness 725T Treadmill

Get in shape without breaking the bank with the Merit 725T treadmill. A great choice for both walkers and recreational runners, the 725T offers a 1.25-horsepower continuous-duty motor, with a speed range of 1 to 10 miles per hour and an elevation range of 0 to 10 percent.

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