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New LifeFitness Treadmill Reviews

LifeFitness F3 Advanced

One of the most solid folding treadmill on the market. With the price increase last year, they w...

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LifeFitness F3 Basic

If you need some variety, pay the $300 extra for the extra programming options. If you just want...

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LifeFitness T5.5

Has a more compelling story than the T5.0 but if you are already at $4k, why not step up to the T...

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LifeFitness T7.0

Life's high-end home model is a home run! The only problem has been the creeping price. Precor ...

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Older LifeFitness Reviews

Reviewed in 2017

LifeFitness F1 Smart Folding

The F1 Smart Folding treadmill has a high amount of quality and some features that are unique to ...

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LifeFitness T5

The Life Fitness T5 treadmill is a good treadmill, but it may be too much money for the value. Ch...

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LifeFitness Platinum Club

The Life Fitness Platinum Club Series treadmill is one of the best treadmills on the market, but ...

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Reviewed in 2016

LifeFitness Club Series

Absolutely beautiful new display on this machine. If you have a BIG budget, it is well worth the ...

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LifeFitness F3 Go Console

Really overpriced for what you get. With the improvements made by Yowza and Vision and the more ...

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LifeFitness F3 Track Console

Some runners make the mistaken assumption that the Lifefitness name makes this a runner's treadmi...

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LifeFitness Platinum Club Discovery

With a price of $9k a flock of penguins will take to the air before you think of "Lifefitness and...

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LifeFitness T3 Go Console

The T3 is essentially the foldup without the extra parts that make it fold up. Quite a decent un...

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LifeFitness T3 Track Console

If you are into using the programs, it is well worth the $400 extra over the Go model. Lifefitne...

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LifeFitness T5 Go Console

Has a more compelling story than the T5.0 but if you are already at $4k, why not step up to the C...

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LifeFitness T5 Track Console

I finally saw Fiddler on the Roof a couple of years ago- not sure if the Jews for Jesus outside o...

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Reviewed in 2011

LifeFitness T3 Advanced

This one has extra programming abilities than the Basic console and if you are into using the pro...

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LifeFitness T3 Basic

One of the more reasonable series in regard of the price between the folding and non-folding. Th...

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Reviewed in 2009

LifeFitness T30

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LifeFitness T35

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LifeFitness T5.0

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LifeFitness T9e

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LifeFitness T9i

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Who Manufacturers LifeFitness Treadmills?

General Information:A division of Brunswick Corp, Lifefitness is the 800 lb. gorilla in the commercial market and is known for the famous club Lifecycle stationary cycle made around 40 years ago. These are typically well designed products but are overpriced and we have had consumer complaints about quality on the consumer line. Lifefitness simply isn�t competitive with other brands like Landice, Precor, and True in regard to quality and value.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Their philosophy seems to be to engineer the product well and then price accordingly. Post warranty parts are expensive but with the new warranties, they won�t be needed for a long time. People usually equate the name with the club machines but unless you are buying one of their club models for the home and you are a serious runner, you will like True, Precor or Landice much better.

Company Outlook : Lifefitness dominates the commercial equipment market and has always had plenty of horsepower in the marketing side of the business. Their industrial design is always sleek, if not complex, which helps them use components that wouldn�t work in an average design. We expect Life to be around for a long time to come and they are a huge fitness company.