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Precor TRM 425 Precision Treadmill Review

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How long will the Precor TRM 425 Precision last?

The Precor TRM 425 Precision treadmill offers quality components in a durable powder-coated frame that weighs a solid 358 lbs. when fully assembled. It is built to last and can safely hold users up to a maximum of 350 lbs. The TRM 425 has a footprint of 6.5 feet and is designed to fit easily into any home workout space. Precor backs up the Precision series with a lifetime warranty on the frame and welds, along with 10 years on parts and wear items, 3 years on the console, and 1 year labor. The warranty is rather generous and shows the faith Precor has in the lasting quality of this machine. It is suited best for moderate use and joggers and light runners will get many years of workout pleasure from this excellent treadmill model.

Brief Overview

The Precor TRM 425 is the base model of the Precision series and offers the R20 console which is rather simplistic in nature and does not offer entertainment options. Precor has focused much of its budget on functionality so users can be reassured an investment in the TRM 425 is a wise choice in the journey to optimal fitness health.

Overall Quality

The Precor TRM 425 Precision treadmill offers a high level of quality components to help users reach peak performance goals. A 3.0 HP motor performs smooth operations and offers speeds from 0.5 to a max of 12 MPH. Precor has built technology around the fact that when running, the speed of the foot changes and their software works to support a more natural motion encouraging fluid running strides that work with users’ energy and not cause a backwards drag on the foot when in motion. The belt has been upgraded to 22” wide but still remains shorter in length discouraging lengthy strides. The TRM 425 also offers higher intensity workouts with the addition of a -2% decline feature along with the 15% incline that is standard in most models in this price range. The simplistic console on the Precor TRM 425 Precision treadmill contains a 5” LCD display and a total of 9 built in programs to entice users to higher levels of fitness health. It can hold two user profiles and displays 13 different metrics that offer feedback on workout performance. There are not any entertainment options built in but users who can afford the $5000 price tag can easily set up a TV to watch when exercising.

Things we like

  • lifetime frame warranty
  • decline feature
  • strong build
  • wider running surface

Things we dislike

  • X
    no entertainment options
  • X
    rather pricey


Console Display R20 - 5" High Contrast LCD
Frame/Plastic Color Silver/Black
Speed Range 0.5 to 12 mph / 0.8 to 19.2 kph
Elevation Range 2% Decline to 15% Incline
Dimensions 79"L x 34"W x 59.5"H (204 x 86 x 151 cm)
Equipment Weight 358 lb / 161 kg
Power Requirements 120V, 60Hz, Dedicated 15A Circuit
In-Workout Feedback Metrics 13
Pre-Programmed Workouts 10
Running Platform Width 22" (56 cm)
Recommended Max. User Weight* Tested up to 350 lbs / 159 kg
Impact Absorption Vertical & Horizontal
No Maintenance Running Platform** Yes
Child Safety Roller Guard Yes
Mobile Device Charger No


Lifetime frame and welds 10-years parts and wear items 3-years console 1-year labor


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The Precor TRM 425 Precision treadmill comes with commendable features and a robust build. A lifetime warranty covers the frame and users of most sizes will be able to exercise quite comfortably on this quality machine. While web-based abilities are sadly lacking in the TRM 425, it is still a high functioning machine that offers club performance in the comfort of a home atmosphere.