BH T6 Pro Treadmill Review
treadmill Doctor Note :
Unless you just need the extra gizmos, the T6 Sport is the better deal. Still ask for a discount if this model interests you.
A very solid treadmill at a very high price. If you can get this one around $2k, you got a good deal.
The BH T6 Pro is not a good value. At $2,599, the cost does not reflect that quality. If you're willing to sacrifice some of the bells and whistles, you can save $200 with the T6 Sport. Either way you go, you should get a discount to make the quality match the price or look at different options from other manufacturers.
The walking area is a good size. The belt measures in at 20" x 60", which has become the standard size for walking belts on today's treadmills. This should provide plenty of room for larger users to run on comfortably without altering their stride.
An impressive motor powers this machine. You can find several treadmills that sell for $4,000 or more that have less power producing capabilities. Speeds of up to 12 mph are attainable, so even experienced runners should have no problem challenging themselves.
A nice cushioning system comes on this model. Active Flex Suspension is used along with an Ortho Cushion walking belt to reduce the impact that running has on your joints and back. You can, however, find treadmills selling for a couple hundred dollars less that have more forgiving and durable running surfaces.
As far as projected reliability is concerned, this machine isn't very impressive. Many treadmills that sell for $600 less have significantly longer life expectancies. The quality of parts used is also a bit disappointing at this high of a cost.
The warranty on the BH T6 Pro is good. Labor is covered for 2 years, parts are covered for 10 years, and the motor and frame are covered for life. This is a very impressive warranty, but the durability of this treadmill doesn't quite live up to the coverage. Keep that in mind before you purchase this model.