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Life Fitness Treadmills are made to be easy to use, with features like Quick Start, on-the-fly programming, and a lower level console that places most-often-used controls close to the user allowing for workout management without the need to move reading material. Intelligently engineered and beautifully designed, treadmills from Life Fitness represents the finest and most desirable collection of the Worlds most advanced cardio equipment ever assembled.  With a variety of models to choose from, these treadmills were built with comfort and results in mind.  Life Fitness treadmills combine a lubricant-infused belt with their patented FlexDeck Shock Absorption System for the ultimate in durability.  Lifepulse digital heart rate monitoring hand sensors are conveniently placed on the easy-to-grip Ergo crossbar to provide users with precise heart rate monitoring.  An intuitive console makes startup and programs simple for the user.
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  • Motor: 4.0 HP AC motor
  • Speed: 0.5 to 12 mph
  • User Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
  • Incline: 0 to 15%
  • Warranty: Lifetime for Lifespring shock absorbers, Lifetime for the motor and frame, 2 years for electrical parts, 1 year for mechanical parts, 1 year for labor
  • Belt Size: 60” x 20”
  • Foldable: No
  • Heart Rate: Yes
  • Dimensions: L 83in x W 37in x H 65
  • Weight: 454
DX3™ BELT AND DECK SYSTEM
This groundbreaking system combines a lubricant-infused belt, Advanced Belt Tracking System (ABTS™) and our patented FlexDeck™ Shock Absorption System for the ultimate in durability and comfort.

HEART RATE MONITORING
Lifepulse™ digital heart rate monitoring hand sensors are conveniently placed on the easy-to-grip Ergo™ bar to provide walkers with precise heart rate monitoring, and Polar telemetry provides runners with accurate, “hands-free” heart rate monitoring. (Telemetry requires optional chest strap.)

MOTIVATING WORKOUTS
Five popular workouts meet users’ basic cardio training needs, including Manual, Hill, Random, Fit Test and Quick Start.
EASY TO USE
An intuitive console makes startup simple, and integrated cup holders and a center CD/MP3 player holder provide comfort and convenience.
DX3™ BELT AND DECK SYSTEM
This groundbreaking system combines a lubricant-infused belt, Advanced Belt Tracking System (ABTS™) and our patented FlexDeck™ Shock Absorption System for the ultimate in durability and comfort.

HEART RATE MONITORING
Lifepulse™ digital heart rate monitoring hand sensors are conveniently placed on the easy-to-grip Ergo™ bar to provide walkers with precise heart rate monitoring, and Polar telemetry provides runners with accurate, “hands-free” heart rate monitoring. (Telemetry requires optional chest strap.)

MOTIVATING WORKOUTS
Five popular workouts meet users’ basic cardio training needs, including Manual, Hill, Random, Fit Test and Quick Start.
EASY TO USE
An intuitive console makes startup simple, and integrated cup holders and a center CD/MP3 player holder provide comfort and convenience.
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