Our Ratings are 4.78 Stars out of 5 Stars from 20,483 Reviews as of 5/23/22

New BodyCraft Treadmill Reviews

BodyCraft T1000

The T1000 is a top model in the BodyCraft line. It offers a large, non-folding footprint meaning ...

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BodyCraft T400

The BodyCraft T400 is a great choice for those looking to get serious about their fitness and pus...

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BodyCraft T800

The BodyCraft T800 treadmill is an excellent choice for those who want a high-end, non-folding ru...

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Older BodyCraft Reviews

Reviewed in 2010

BodyCraft TR1120

A two-year labor warranty on a $999 unit is compelling. Bodycraft has done a good job with this ...

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BodyCraft TR1140

This one gets lost in the woods of other available choices. Bodycraft can make a compelling argu...

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Reviewed in 2009

BodyCraft TR1160

At $1800 we would be looking at NordicTrack or Pacemaster. Sole and Smooth have also stepped up ...

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BodyCraft TR1180

Not a bad treadmill but this machine has a hard time stacking up with the competition at $2k. If...

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Who Manufacturers BodyCraft Treadmills?

General Information:Bodycraft was another upstart in the fitness game in relation to their treadmill and elliptical products but these have been discontinued while Bodycraft continues to produce goods for the strength sector.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Their design philosophy was to build a decent treadmill and put it at a value price. They seem to be a victim of the dual pressures of the recession and the improvement of value brands produced by both Johnson and Icon.

Company Outlook : Due to lack of production, I would steer away if you find one left at a dealer since product support may be hard to come by years down the road.