FreeMotion i10.9b Incline Trainer

FreeMotion i10.9b Incline Trainer

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Treadmill deck comes with Freemotion’s Reflex cushioning
  • 1-step controls
  • iFIT capabilities
  • Maximum 30 percent incline
  • 30-day iFIT membership included
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Incline goes up to 30%
  • Comfortable, cushioned deck
  • Commercial-grade motor
What needs improvement ...
  • Costs more than $10,000
  • Doesn't fold
  • Doesn't come with touchscreen

Product Summary

Take your training to new heights, literally, with the FreeMotion i10.9b Incline Trainer. This cardio machine has an AC 5.0 CHP motor that not only powers the tread for countless hours of walking and running but gives the user the ability to go from a -3 percent decline all the way up to a 30 percent incline to switch up your training routine.

Incline walking not only burns more calories than walking at a level pace but also helps to tone lower-body muscles and prepares you for real-life situations like climbing a steep hill. Users up to 400 pounds, an incredible weight capacity for any treadmill, can feel supported on this thing at speeds up to 12 miles per hour.

This is a very expensive machine, costing more than $10,000, and it only comes with a basic LCD display but you do have iFIT capabilities and more than 40 preloaded training programs.

Specs

Footprint

80” L x 34.8” W x 76” H

Warranty

7 years frame and motor, 2 years parts and console

Running Surface

21.5” W x 60” L

Horsepower Motor

AC 5.0 CHP

Incline/Decline

-3-30%

Weight

400 lbs

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      Summary

      A commercial-grade incline trainer with a powerful motor and cushioned deck.