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Residential and commercial treadmills, oh my! Whether you’re looking for a durable cardio machine for rehabilitation or a sturdy treadmill for home use, Landice has you covered. The brand, which has been around since 1967, currently produces two residential and four commercial treadmills.

I’ll be diving in and explaining the good, the great, and the subpar about each Landice treadmill. Although we haven’t been on every single one of these, we have used the Landice L7 treadmill and can speak to things like durability, construction, and workout experience. Plus, we’ll be putting Landice’s treadmill specs to the test: How do they really stack up against industry standards? Keep reading to find out.

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You might be feeling under pressure (yes, I did go there) to find the best Landice treadmill, but don’t worry, we’re here to help. GGR is made up of talented and knowledgeable fitness professionals, who range from former college athletes to certified personal trainers and nutrition coaches. And we know good treadmills––in fact, I could probably spit treadmill industry standards out faster than Eminem raps in “Godzilla”. Well, maybe not quite that fast (he did break a Guinness World record for this track), but I’m sure I’d be a close second. 

Residential Landice Treadmills

Commercial Landice Treadmills

Landice L7 Treadmill

Good for: Someone who wants to walk on their treadmill

Landice L7 Treadmill

Landice L7 Pro Sport Treadmill

Product Highlights

  • High-end, commercial-grade treadmill
  • 4 horsepower continuous duty (CHP) motor
  • Aircraft-quality aluminum frame
  • 1” thick, maintenance-free reversible running belt
  • 500-pound user weight capacity
  • 8 onboard program options, 5 user-defined programs
  • Large two-color LCD monitor
  • Contact and wireless heart rate monitoring system
  • Speeds ranging from 0.5 miles per hour to 12 miles per hour
  • 5% elevation

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • High-quality construction
  • Shock absorption
  • Maintenance-free reversible running belt
  • Easy-to-read console
  • Lifetime frame warranty
  • Smooth
  • Quick speed transitions

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Price does not include a large screen or interactive programming
  • Limited programs available
  • Conflicting information on their website (says both 400 and 500-pound user weight capacity)
  • Running surface slightly smaller compared to other treadmills at this price point
  • No fan or integrated tablet holder

Bottom Line

The Landice L7 Pro Sports Treadmill is constructed from premium components producing a high-end product with an associated high price-tag.

GGR writer and sometimes-proud Manchester United fan Anthony O’Reilly tested the Landice L7 for himself and was impressed.

“This home treadmill has a 400-pound weight capacity, which is well over the 300-pound industry standard,” Anthony explains. “The motor is 4.0 CHP, which is above the 3.0 CHP we’d expect to see on a treadmill for running. I did hear a slight rattling (not sure why) but otherwise, the machine was sturdy while being used.”

I also accompanied Anthony to test this machine, and I appreciated the low step-up height and simplicity of the display. It was easy to use and not unnecessarily complicated. However, I did notice that the deck wasn’t particularly well-cushioned, which was a little disappointing for the price. Cushioning can be a really important feature for those who need a little extra support, so this may not be the treadmill for someone with joint pain.

“The L7 doesn’t fold, and is 345 pounds, which is pretty heavy,” Anthony said. “You’ll probably need professional movers since it doesn’t fold (even though it looks like it should). You might be able to fit the L7 in an apartment or condo, but you may struggle to get it through the door since it doesn’t fold.”

Landice L8 Treadmill

Good for: Runners and joggers alike

Landice L8 Treadmill

Landice L8

Product Highlights

  • The 4.0 CHP motor is above what we’d expect for a powerful, high-end treadmill.
  • This machine starts at close to $5,000 and goes up in price depending on which entertainment and voltage system you select.
  • The L8 is one of two currently-produced residential treadmills from the brand Landice, which also makes commercial machines.
  • Running deck is 22-inch-by-63-inch, which is larger than the industry standard and ideal for taller folks
  • The L8 doesn’t fold, so you’ll need a decent amount of space to keep the machine out 24/7

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 4.0 CHP motor
  • Large deck
  • 500-lb user weight capacity
  • 0-15% incline
  • 0-12 MPH speed options
  • Deck is reversible
  • Dual water bottle holders

Cons

  • Expensive price tag
  • Belt could be more cushioned
  • Heavy machine
  • Doesn’t fold

Bottom Line

The Landice L8 is a high-end residential treadmill ideal for someone who is on the taller or heavier side.

The Landice L8 treadmill looks similar to the L7 (shocker, I know), but with a few upgrades included for the increased price tag. You’ll find a 500-pound user weight capacity and a larger running surface, which can both be beneficial for heavier people. 

The L8 also has a two-inch higher step-up height than the L7, which may be slightly troublesome for people who need the low-to-the-ground treadmill belt. 

Just like the L7, the L8 has a lifetime frame warranty, which makes the expensive price tag a little easier to swallow. In my opinion, the L7 and L8 are so similar that you won’t really miss much one way or another. 

However, if you’re especially tall or heavy, I’d choose the L8 since it has a higher weight capacity and larger deck than the L7. If you’re someone who has balance concerns and needs a low step-up height, choose the L7.

Landice L7 Club Treadmill

Good for: Someone who needs a low step-up height

Landice L7 Club

Landice L7 Club

Community Score: 2 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • If you're on the heavier side, the 400-pound user weight capacity of the L7 Club will appeal to you
  • The 4.0 CHP motor is powerful enough for any kind of cardio you want to do
  • This machine cannot be folded––you'll need a large space for it to stay
  • The price tag may be high, but you can take advantage of financing options from affirm to reduce your upfront cost

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 400-lb user weight capacity
  • 4.0 CHP motor
  • 0-12 MPH speed range
  • Reversible deck

Cons

  • Doesn't fold
  • High price tag
  • Large footprint
  • Heavy

Bottom Line

The Landice L7 Club treadmill could be a good choice for you if you're heavier or want a powerful machine.

Most commercial treadmills have an insanely high step-up height, making it difficult for people with balance issues to use them. Luckily, this isn’t the case for the Landice L7 Club treadmill. This commercial treadmill has a 5.5-inch step-up height, which is two inches lower than what we’d normally see. Score!

Plus, the stats on this treadmill are impressive. You’ll get a whopping 400-pound user weight capacity on the L7 Club and a 4.0 CHP motor. For reference, the industry standard for a treadmill’s weight limit is around 300 pounds, so making a machine that can support folks 100 pounds heavier is a real win. Besides the generous weight capacity, I’m also impressed with the 4.0 CHP motor, which will be able to support anything from an all-out sprint to a gentle walk.

It is worth noting that this machine is quite heavy. At 345 pounds, you will definitely need additional hands in order to move this treadmill safely. You should also be aware that this treadmill doesn’t fold, so you’ll need a dedicated space for it to live 24/7.

Landice L10 Club Treadmill

Good for: Heavy people who want to feel supported

Landice L10 Club

Landice L10 Club

Product Highlights

  • 5.0 CHP motor is powerful and ideal for sprinting, jogging, running, and walking
  • The L10 Club has a large footprint and isn't foldable
  • With a 500-pound user weight capacity, the L10 Club is ideal for heavier folks
  • The price tag my deter some––the cost starts at $5,800 and increases with additional features
  • Nine-inch step-up height is high and may not be ideal for those with balance issues

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 5.0 CHP motor
  • 22" x 60" deck
  • 500-lb user weight capacity
  • Sturdy construction
  • Financing is available
  • Generous speed and incline ranges

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Doesn't fold
  • High step-up height
  • Large footprint
  • Heavy

Bottom Line

The Landice L10 Club treadmill is a commercial machine with great specs and a high price tag.

For those looking for a commercial-grade treadmill that will last with repeated use, look no further than the Landice L10 Club treadmill. This machine is currently the most expensive treadmill from Landice, starting at $5,800 and going up from there (depending on the voltage and entertainment options you choose). 

The L10 Club has an impressive 5.0 CHP motor, which may actually be the most powerful motor I’ve ever seen on a treadmill. This means you’ll be able to easily do everything from HIIT to a light jog and all things in between without the machine struggling. 

The 500-pound user weight capacity is 200 pounds higher than the industry standard, so you’ll likely feel very supported during your workout.

This machine does have a high step up height of 9 inches, which I wouldn’t recommend for seniors or those who generally struggle with their balance. Plus, like all other currently-produced Landice treadmills, the L10 Club doesn’t fold, which makes its massive footprint something the potential user needs to consider ahead of purchasing.

Landice L7 Rehab

Good for: Therapy and rehab

Landice L7 Rehab

Landice L7 Rehab

Product Highlights

  • The 400-lb user weight capacity makes this an inclusive treadmill
  • The price tag may seem a bit high, but if you choose to finance through affirm, your upfront cost will be significantly lower
  • Need extra support? The medical rails on either side of the deck are here to help
  • Take advantage of incline options up to 15%

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 4.0 CHP motor
  • Medical rails
  • 400-lb user weight capacity
  • Reversible deck
  • Financing options are available

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Non-foldable
  • Large footprint

Bottom Line

The Landice L7 Rehab treadmill is a great option for those who need something to hold to during their cardio workout.

The Landice L7 Rehab treadmill has all the specs you’d hope to see on a commercial treadmill, but with the added bonus of medical handrails. Specially designed with physical therapy in mind, the L7 Rehab features a low step-up height, handrails to hold on to, and a deck that even reverses directions.

Even if you don’t have a rehab or physical therapy business, there are still a variety of people that would find a lot of value in having this machine. If you’re an older adult, someone with balance issues, or have a pre-existing injury, this could be a great choice for you. 

I know I would have loved to use a treadmill like this when I was recovering from my ankle reconstruction surgery, (learning to walk again is hard!) and I’m sure others would agree. 

Similarly to the L8 Rehab treadmill (covered below), the L7 cannot be folded or compacted in any way. You’ll need a fairly sizable space for the machine to live permanently, as it has a large footprint and weight.

It’s also worth mentioning that this machine doesn’t have an incredible warranty. Sure, I understand it’s a commercial-based treadmill, so more people may be using it per day. However, five years for a treadmill frame warranty isn’t the best when the industry standard is at least 15 years. 

Landice L8 Rehab

Good for: Someone who needs support rails

Landice L8 Rehab

Landice L8 Rehab

Product Highlights

  • Expensive machine, but financing is available
  • Full handlebars are included on this machine for those who are rehabbing, need extra support, or have balance issues
  • 4.0 CHP motor is high-powered and ideal for all types cardio workouts
  • Oversized running area is good for folks who are tall
  • Large footprint may make this treadmill a non-starter for some

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • 4.0 CHP motor
  • 500-lb user weight capacity
  • Handlebar included for support
  • Financing options available
  • Large running belt
  • Reversible deck

Cons

  • Heavy machine
  • Expensive
  • Large footprint
  • Not foldable

Bottom Line

If you're someone who needs handlebars on your treadmill, the Landice L8 Rehab machine is likely a good choice for you.

The Landice L8 Rehab treadmill is largely similar to the Landice L7 Rehab, but with a few key differences. One, the step up height is two inches higher than the L7, which may make it less accessible for those with balance problems. Second, this machine is a better option for heavier people thanks to the high user weight capacity and increased deck size.

On the L8 Rehab, you’ll find an impressive 500-pound user weight capacity, which can support a variety of people. The 22-inch-by-63-inch deck is ideal for folks who are wider or who have lengthy strides. 

This machine is also 40 pounds heavier than the L7 Rehab, but what’s a little weight amongst friends? Either way, you’ll need professional assistance or a few strong friends to help you move this large and in-charge treadmill (which doesn’t fold, by the way).

Both the incline and speed options exceed expectations, but I do wish this machine had decline options. I feel like having decline would add even more value to this machine, especially considering it would be a great rehab movement for those with feet or ankle mobility issues.

Landice Treadmill Comparison Chart

Want to see how these Landice treadmills compare in a head-to-head showdown? Check out our comparison chart to see all the juicy details:

Landice L7Landice L8Landice L10 ClubLandice L7 ClubLandice L8 RehabLandice L7 Rehab 
Commercial or residentialResidentialResidentialCommercial/ for health clubCommercial/for health clubCommercialCommercial
Price$4,799+$5,699+$5,799+$4,899+$5,999+$4,899+
Running area20″ W x 58″ L22″ W x 63″ L22″ W x 60″ L20″ W x 58″ L22″ W x 63″ L20″ W x 58″ L
Dimensions35″ W x 76.5″ L x 60″ H35″ W x 83″ L x 61.5″ H34” W x 83″ L x 64″ H35″ W x 76″ L x 59″ H35″ W x 83″ L x 61″ H35″ W x 76″ L x 59″ H
Incline0-15%0-15%0-15%0-15%0-15%0-15%
Weight capacity400 lbs500 lbs500 lbs400 lbs500 lbs400 lbs
Weight345 lbs435 lbs460 lbs345 lbs340 lbs300 lbs
Display/ control panelLandice Achieve or Pro SportsLandice Achieve or Pro SportsLandice Achieve or Pro SportsLandice Achieve or Pro SportsRehab panelRehab panel
WarrantyLifetime frame and parts, 5-year console, 1-year laborLifetime frame and parts, 5-year console, 1-year labor5-year frame and parts, 3-year console, and a 1-year labor warranty5-year frame and parts, 3-year console parts, and a 1-year labor warranty5 year/ 5,000 hours frame and parts, a 1-year labor, and 3-year console warranty5 year/ 5,000 hours frame and parts, a 1-year labor, and 3-year console warranty
Reversible deckYesYesYesYesYesYes
Made in the USAYesYesYesYesYesYes
Step-up height5.5”7.5”9”5.5”7.5”5.5”
Motor horsepower4.0 CHP4.0 CHP5.0 CHP4.0 CHP4.0 CHP4.0 CHP

Brand Policies

Let’s do a deep dive into Landice’s brand policies––we’ll check out their treadmill warranties, return procedures, and financing options.

Warranty

On a high-end treadmill, we expect to see a frame warranty of at least 15 years (per industry standards). Landice does offer lifetime frame and parts warranties on their residential treadmills, which are the Landice L7 and L8. 

If you purchase a commercial treadmill from Landice, you will only get a five-year frame and parts warranty. I do wish this was a bit higher, especially for the cost. However, it is a commercial treadmill, so I understand that they will likely be used much more frequently and may endure more wear and tear. 

Returns

Before purchasing a Landice treadmill, you should be really sure you want to keep it. And I mean really sure. After a Landice treadmill has been delivered to your home, the company will not accept any returns. Yep, you heard that correctly. However, if it shows up to your home damaged, Landice will repair or replace it for you at no additional charge.

If you get cold feet before the treadmill has actually shipped, Landice will allow you to cancel your order, but you’ll be charged a 5% restocking fee. If the treadmill has already shipped but hasn’t arrived at its final destination yet, you can call 973-927-9010 to cancel. You’ll also need to be aware that you’ll have to pay a 25% restocking fee in this case, which could be quite pricey depending on the treadmill you ordered.

Financing

Landice offers financing options through Affirm, although you do have to qualify to be eligible. If you are deemed eligible, Affirm will offer you a rate between 0-30% APR for 12, 24, or 36 months. This can make an expensive machine more accessible for the general population, so I always appreciate when a company has financing options in place.

Landice Treadmill FAQs

How long do Landice treadmills last?

Like pretty much anything else in life, the better you take care of your Landice treadmill, the longer it will last. Take some time once a week to wipe your machine down and perform general maintenance like lubrication as needed.
It is also wise to take advantage of your warranty for your treadmill to last as long as possible. For any residential Landice treadmills, you have a lifetime frame and parts warranty that you should definitely utilize if anything goes awry.

What are the best treadmills for a home gym?

After years of testing treadmills of all kinds, here are our top picks:
Best Treadmill Overall: NordicTrack Commercial 1750
Best Treadmill Under $1500: Sole F63
Best Treadmill for Running: ProForm Pro 9000 
Best Treadmill for Walkers: TrueForm Trainer
Best Manual Treadmill: AssaultRunner Pro
Best Budget Treadmill: LifePro Pacer Folding Treadmill
Best Folding Treadmill: Echelon Fitness Stride 
Best Streaming Treadmill: ProForm Carbon T10 

How long has Landice been in business?

Landice has been in business since 1967 and actually produces a lot of their machines in the United States.

What are some of the things I should look for on a treadmill?

If possible, look for a treadmill with a lifetime warranty, particularly for the frame. You should also think about what extras you’d like to have, such as a heart rate monitor or chest strap, compatible apps, padded deck cushioning, a 3.0 HP motor or higher, and either an LCD or touchscreen display.

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