New Endurance Treadmill Reviews

Endurance E300s

The E300 elliptical is not an ellitpical that is a serious option for most consumers at this pric...

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Endurance E400s

Endurance should really consider getting out of the upper end of the elliptical market if this is...

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Older Endurance Reviews

Reviewed in 2016

Endurance T3i

Another treadmill that has a stupidly referenced MSRP. We think they didn't sell many and that's ...

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Endurance TF3i Folding

A plain vanilla treadmill at a plain vanilla price?nothing to get too excited about. If you need...

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Reviewed in 2013

Endurance T6i HRC Folding

Spending $2850 on a foldup Endurance is like spending $40,000 on a Hyundai. It probably can be d...

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Endurance T6i HRC

Spending $2500 on an Endurance is like spending $40,000 on a Hyundai. It probably can be done, b...

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Reviewed in 2011

Endurance T10 HRC

A very average treadmill at a hefty price. Even with the discount you get buying it from Sam's C...

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Reviewed in 2009

Endurance T3

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Endurance T4i

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Endurance TF3i

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Endurance TF6i HRC

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Who Manufacturers Endurance Treadmills?

General Information:Endurance is imported by the same people that import Bodysolid, a company that dominates the strength equipment market in the specialty retail segment.  These people are renowned for their warranty and their follow-through by taking care of the customer. The treadmills are just OK?nothing to write home about but a warranty can make the difference, especially in the low price segments. There is almost no support for this brand in specialty and you typically can find it online and in Sam's Club for a big discount.

Manufacturing Philosophy:These are made by the same company that is making the Steelflex and Fitnex line of treadmills. They would be a decent deal if they were a bargain basement machine since they have decent components backed by the best warranty in the business, but their current MSRP's have no relation to their value. Unless you can get it for a huge discount, the safe bet is to go with NordicTrack (or other Icon brands).

Company Outlook : We know that Bodysolid is doing OK with weight equipment, but at the latest shows they either didn't bring one or simply brought one treadmill. Like a bad venereal disease (is there a good one?), this line simply won't go away. We thought they were done when specialty dealers dropped them like a hot rock, but now they have popped up again like an untimely breakout at the Sam's Club website and online.