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Spirit XT685 Treadmill Review

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Brief Overview

This is one of the most underrated machines on the market and stacks up well against anything in its price range. The only issue is that you really don't want to buy a high-end model from an economy company unless you can get a discount to match the brand. You can do a lot worse than Spirit although there are some more refined models on the market that are worth your attention at $2,500. At this price point, you start getting into True machines. When you consider that even Bodyguard has some time tested machines with some tech advantages near this price point, it really shows how behind Dyaco has allowed itself to fall. Thanks for reading our Spirit XT685 reviews


Number of Programs 10
Heart Rate Sensor and Type Contact & Telemetric; Heart Rate Strap included
Horsepower 4
Speed Range .5 - 12
Incline/Decline Range 0 - 15
Weight Capacity 425 Lbs
Belt Size 22 x 60
Footprint 78 x 31.9 x 56.1
Folds Yes
Weight of Unit 269 Lbs
Warranty Lifetime Frame, Motor and Deck, 10Yr Parts, 1Yr Labor

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Joe Sander- Look around before buyingNov 13, 2019

Bought this treadmill couple of years ago. I like that it has solid deck and mechanic. The general lay out is poor. Cup holders are angled and shallow. The holders will not hold a water bottle without falling out while running. The cup holders under the console are too low and small. You can't see the console display at different angles. If you move you head too far to the left or right the screen is blank. Heart rate monitor with only work with a rigid chest strap and not with the polar soft chest strap. Speakers on the console are hard to hear. I would look around before buying.