Great package. With the economy in the state that it is in, you should be able to get your Spirit dealer to work with you on price and if you can get this for several hundred off, you have a winner in the quality side of the equation. If you want electronic features and touch screens, look elsewhere. A former standout gets more competition in this very heated price range. If you have to pay list, you should start looking at Sole's machine or even looking at saving a few hundred bucks and get a high quality NordicTrack or Proform. Spirit has fallen behind the times when you compare this treadmill with what other companies are producing around the $2,000 price point in regard to features and technology. We would expect that Spirit has some of these things under development but for right now, they are behind the times.
|Number of Programs||10|
|Heart Rate Sensor and Type||Contact & Telemetric|
|Speed Range||.5 - 12|
|Incline/Decline Range||0 - 15|
|Weight Capacity||425 Lbs|
|Belt Size||22 x 60|
|Footprint||81.9 x 34.8 x 56.9|
|Weight of Unit||269 Lbs|
|Warranty||Lifetime Frame, Motor and Deck, 10Yr Parts, 1Yr Labor|
First off ... this is a great treadmill. Well built, solid, smooth and surprisingly quiet BUT ... contrary to what we were told when we bought it, it is REALLY hard to move, and impossible when on a mat. You have to pretty much lift, push and slide it. Probably something to do with wheels and weight distribution but it just does not move easily.