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LifeFitness T3 Go Console Treadmill Review

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How long will the LifeFitness T3 Go Console last?

The LifeFitness T3 Go Console treadmill weighs in at a decent 243 lbs. and can hold users with a max weight of 350 lbs. The T3 does not fold so a dedicated workout area is required, not only to extend the life of this machine, but to increase the overall workout experience. LifeFitness backs the T3 with a lifetime on the frame and LifeSpring shock absorbers, 10 years on the motor, 5 years on parts, 3 years on the console, and 1 year on labor. Moderate users with proper care and maintenance should get a high number of years from this treadmill.

Brief Overview

The LifeFitness T3 Go Console is the basic entry option in the T3 series and offers straight functionality without all the high-tech gadgetry needed by the entertainment-over-deluged people of today. The T3 is designed with quality specs and has a sleek look that will fit into any home gym. Its light weight and lower power suggest walkers and joggers would be better suited for this treadmill while serious runners might be better pleased with a slightly higher-powered motor that will stand up longer to constant use.

Overall Quality

The LifeFitness T3 Go Console is a quality treadmill for those beginning their fitness journey or itching to get back at it after taking time away to pursue other endeavors. It comes with a 3.0 HP motor that can reach speeds of up to a decent 12 MPH which will allow even the most industrious jogger to break into a fine sweat. Incline ranges up to 15% keeps workout intensities elevated and cardiovascular exercise enthusiast will be pleased to access this incline in .5% increments. Users will be delighted with the patented FlexDeck system that allows less stress on joints and bones during long periods of indoor exercise. The LifeFitness T3 Go Console treadmill cannot connect to the LFconnect app but comes with a pleasing, blue-lit LCD screen that is appealing in its simplicity. The T3 Go Console has access to 2 user profiles and 12 built in workouts to keep those who are not entertainment-focused engaged and working out to their highest performance level. A user who needs the constant support of interactive fitness apps would be well warned to search further and possibly consider the upgraded T3 Track Connect for an extra $500.

Things we like

  • decent warranty
  • larger running surface

Things we dislike

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Speed Range 0.5 to 12 mph (0.8 to 19.3 kph)
Cup Holders 2
Dimensions 79.5"L x 34.5"W x 57.5"H (202 cm x 88 cm x 147 cm)
Ergobar Yes
Incline Range 0 to 15%
Incline Increment 0.5%
Integrated Accessory Tray Yes
Max Speed 12 mph (19 kph)
Max User Weight 350 lb (159 kg)
Motor System 3.0 HP (6.0 HP peak) DC Motor with MagnaDrive Motor Controller
Running Surface Size 60" x 20" (153 cm x 51 cm)
Shock Absorption FlexDeck Reduces Impact to Joints
Space Saving Designed to Fit most Spaces
Walk, Jog, Run Yes
Weight 243 lb (111 kg)
LFconnect App Compatibility Jawbone, FitBit, and RunSocial
Number of Workouts 16
Custom Workouts 12
User Profiles 4


Lifetime on frame, LifeSpring shock absorbers; 10-years on drive motor; 5 years on parts; 3 years on console; 1-year on labor


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The LifeFitness T3 Go Console is designed as an entry level treadmill and is perfect for the first-time buyer who does not need entertainment options built into the machine. Despite its lack of technology, the T3 Go Console has a plethora of premium parts and respectable warranties are included on all purchases. It is a decent choice in the roughly $3000 range and will last through years of moderate use for those who want a gym quality machine in their home environment.