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The most expensive Xterra and quite a decent machine considering the price point. With that said it has a tough time when you compare it with the NordicTrack C1650 or Proform Pro 2000. Missing many of the extra electronic features you get in an Icon machine. If you want the best treadmill, get a NordicTrack or Proform. Dyaco is so far behind the technology that Johnson and Icon are putting in their machines that it is almost laughable. While Dyaco builds a decent unit, they don't build anything close to a system that can keep you from getting bored quickly nor do they have high quality interfaces. We know that mechanical switches like Dyaco uses are very reliable but they are also cheap and feel cheap.
|Number of Programs||10|
|Heart Rate Sensor and Type||Heart rate control and hand grip pulse sensors|
|Speed Range||0 - 12|
|Incline/Decline Range||0 - 15|
|Weight Capacity||375 Lbs|
|Belt Size||20 x 60|
|Footprint||77.95 x 31.9 x 15.35|
|Weight of Unit||375 Lbs|
This is a brand sold at Costco, online and in sporting goods stores and made by Dyaco International who also produces the Sole treadmills as well as their own Spirit brand. They are known for product innovation. Their treadmills are typically found in the mid-price ranges but Xterra is more of DyacoÃ¢Â?Â?s mass market brand.
Quality / Philosophy
Decent parts combined with a value price makes Xterra worth looking at if you are in the market for a mid-range treadmill. These face heavy competition from DyacoÃ¢Â?Â?s other brands, as well as Icon and Johnson.
Dyaco International has wanted to be a bigger player in the US market and maybe Xterra will be the way for them to get it done. They are certainly getting the distribution to have an opportunity to do so, but only time will tell. Dyaco has been good with product support so we would expect the same for the Xterra brand.