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

New Gold's Gym Treadmill Reviews

Gold's Gym Trainer 430i

The Trainer 430i treadmill is one of Treadmill Doctor's 2020 Best Buy treadmills! See what our Go...

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Gold's Gym Trainer 720

Gold's Gym Trainer 720 treadmill is okay at this price point. We like the better build that Gold'...

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Older Gold's Gym Reviews

Reviewed in 2017

Gold's Gym Trainer 420

We do recognize that there is a market for beginner treadmills. But if you are starting out and w...

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Reviewed in 2016

Gold's Gym Trainer 315

What a piece of, oh wait, this is a family site! Gold's Gym has produced industrial excrement on ...

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Gold's Gym Trainer 410

This is a treadmill. That and 50 cents will get you a coke at our shop. At least you'll have a pa...

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Gold's Gym Trainer 430

The philosophy seems to be to pack a bit more quality than the 420 and maybe people will think th...

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Reviewed in 2014

Gold's Gym Club Trainer 690

One of the brighter stars in the Gold's Gym lineup. With that said, most of the stars in this li...

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Gold's Gym Crosswalk 570

Save your money and don't get a treadmill with Crosswalk arms. They are essentially useless.

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Gold's Gym Trainer 620

Noisy and cheap! What else can you ask for in a treadmill?!?

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Gold's Gym 480

Not a bad effort for $500. This is purely a walker's machine and it certainly is a beautiful pac...

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Reviewed in 2013

Gold's Gym 450

If you are going to baby it and not use it much, this is your choice. Otherwise, get a gym membe...

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Reviewed in 2012

Gold's Gym Trainer 1190

*Note: This one has what we like to see when you have a 20" x 60" belt'a large motor! Good des...

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Reviewed in 2011

Gold's Gym 1000

A TV tread for less than $1000 is a great deal but we don't like TV treads...especially if they d...

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Gold's Gym 1180

This one has what we like to see when you have a 20" x 60" belt'a large motor!

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Gold's Gym 1500

*Note: Beautiful machine with great drive system parts. A bit overpriced when you compare it w...

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Gold's Gym Club Interactive 890

*Note: A great looking machine at a bargain price. One of the higher value treads in the lineup ...

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Gold's Gym Maxx 685T

Not a great effort for Gold's Gym. This one gets lost in the middle of many models that are bett...

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Gold's Gym Maxx Competitor 1080

*Note: A very competent design that has all the features you would expect on a $2000 treadmill th...

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Gold's Gym Maxx Crosswalk 650

This treadmill screams value. It is hard to imagine that they can build a decent machine for $60...

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Gold's Gym Trainer 550

If this one flips your lid spring the extra $100 for the Maxx Crosswalk 650. This one has quite ...

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Reviewed in 2009

Gold's Gym Maxx Crosswalk 650

Walmart should sell a ton of these this year. If you are just a walker and take care of what you...

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Gold's Gym Maxx Solaris

A great-looking design with full features. It would be worth paying the extra $200 to get the C...

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Who Manufacturers Gold's Gym Treadmills?

General Information:Another licensed brand for Icon Health & Fitness. They put this brand in Wal-Mart over the past few years and they have sold like hotcakes! Some of the newer models at the higher price points are on par with Proform and the entry-level NordicTrack units at a bargain price. If you buy their sub $400 units, you are getting what you deserve- a piece of junk for $400. These are mainly units made for the casual user. If you are looking for a serious machine, there is nothing to see here; keep moving on.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Gold's Gym is produced by Icon, a company with thousands of employees and large resources. Put simply, their machines have the best design in the business. Icon has a long, storied history that provides an example of how the big keep getting bigger. Icon used to be the mass-market darling because of their cheap prices but they used to have quality to match. These days they put quality into the machines and pack them with features. We can no longer say Icon has the worst customer service in the business after experiencing the cheap treadmills sold on Amazon. We rate the machines by the individual machine quality, not the quality of their service.

Company Outlook : Icon is the largest fitness equipment producer in the world with over $1 billion in sales. If the fitness industry were a solar system, Icon is so powerful that they would be the Sun. In terms of stability they are the best, but overall their customer service isn't up to the standards of any of the lower volume producers. Although you get a value price for the product, you also get value service so keep this in mind when buying their machines- apparently they price their machines so low in comparison to other companies that they don't have money left for service. Due to the sheer number of units they produce, we pick up support in many cases where this factory leaves off.