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Amazon DOTD has NordicTrack T 6.5 S Treadmill $449

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Digitally adjust your incline up to 10 percent to add intensity to your workout and target specific muscle groups
Get the training you want with 20 built-in workouts designed by a Certified personal trainer to help you achieve your fitness goals
2.6 chp drive System
Plug your ipod or other MP3 device into the console sound System to stay motivated with your workout playlist
20"X55" tread belt
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Thank you for sharing.

I am in the market for an elliptical, with a budget of approximately $800. I am eyeing the ProForm Pro 12.0 NE Elliptical for $999.99 at Costco.com here [costco.com].

Not to hijack this thread, but if anyone knows of a good elliptical deal, please let me know!

Tofu Vic
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Thank you for sharing.

I am in the market for an elliptical, with a budget of approximately $800. I am eyeing the ProForm Pro 12.0 NE Elliptical for $999.99 at Costco.com here [costco.com].

Not to hijack this thread, but if anyone knows of a good elliptical deal, please let me know!

Tofu Vic
I picked up this model a number of years ago on a BF sale from Dick's. At the time it was $500.

https://www.amazon.com/Fuel-Fitne...01764LQ50/

Do some research, but from what I read, it's made by Sole, just under a different name. Either way, it's been solid and has a nice long stride length.

Edit: Looking at the picture, while the model number is the same, it looks like some of the components (rails & computer noticeably) have been updated.

Edit #2: Less at Dick's: http://www.dickssportinggoods.com...d=84198336 Confirmation (?) that Sole and Fuel share parts: http://www.solefitnessparts.com/F...rts_c7.htm
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Anyone have comments on how good of a price this is, or what they think of this treadmill?

Just saw someone posted those comments just before I asked, lol. Anyone else have info, please chime in!
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I picked up this model a number of years ago on a BF sale from Dick's. At the time it was $500.

https://www.amazon.com/Fuel-Fitness-FE46-2016-FE46-Elliptical/dp/B01764LQ50/

Do some research, but from what I read, it's made by Sole, just under a different name. Either way, it's been solid and has a nice long stride length.
Thank you very much. I do like Sole ellipticals.

Tofu Vic
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Anyone who owns these: How worthwhile is the Google Maps integration? You pay more for a NordicTrack, but the ability to run a "route" seems like it could be motivational, but I don't know how well it works or if people find it useful in the real world.
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Anyone know if this thing would be good for someone who is 6'5"? I see many reviews saying this is a "long" belt, but 55" doesn't seem that long. Should I hold out for a deal on one with a 60"+ deck? I haven't run on a treadmill in years, but I know around a decade ago the ones at most gyms were too short for me.
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Anyone know if this thing would be good for someone who is 6'5"? I see many reviews saying this is a "long" belt, but 55" doesn't seem that long. Should I hold out for a deal on one with a 60"+ deck? I haven't run on a treadmill in years, but I know around a decade ago the ones at most gyms were too short for me.
doubtful

go with a wider track and longer than 55" too... you should probably test some in store
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Anyone know if this thing would be good for someone who is 6'5"? I see many reviews saying this is a "long" belt, but 55" doesn't seem that long. Should I hold out for a deal on one with a 60"+ deck? I haven't run on a treadmill in years, but I know around a decade ago the ones at most gyms were too short for me.
To me that seems short for your height. I'm 5'9" and have a treadmill with a 55" deck. I find it comfortable, I don't ever fell like I may fall off the back. However, another few inches shorter and it would be nerve racking.

If you're going to do nothing but walking or slow jogging...something with a short stride...you can probably make do. Anything with some speed or a longer stride and I'd say hold out.
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Anyone know if this thing would be good for someone who is 6'5"? I see many reviews saying this is a "long" belt, but 55" doesn't seem that long. Should I hold out for a deal on one with a 60"+ deck? I haven't run on a treadmill in years, but I know around a decade ago the ones at most gyms were too short for me.
I have the NordicTrack T6.5Z (which is virtually identical to this one) and wouldn't recommend it for someone your height. I'm 5'5" and the belt is the perfect length for me to run on comfortably. I bought mine from Sears, so maybe one in your area would have a floor model you could check out..
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Thanks for all of the responses, that's what I assumed! I'll hold out for something larger...
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Anyone have comments on how good of a price this is, or what they think of this treadmill?

Just saw someone posted those comments just before I asked, lol. Anyone else have info, please chime in!
I have the T6.5Z [sears.com], which appears to be identical except for the display, and I paid about $500 after tax for it in January. Considering the Amazon price is lower AND you get free shipping, I would think this is a pretty slick deal.

The treadmill weighs over 200 lbs. and takes at least 2 people to move until it's fully assembled; then, you can lock the deck upright and roll the treadmill around on its two front wheels. It's definitely not as sturdy as the ones in a gym, but it works perfectly well for home use (I usually walk at 3 MPH on it, though occasionally I run at 5.5-6 MPH, and it's held up just fine). If you do buy it, make sure to get a surge suppressor (I have this one [amazon.com]). I didn't think it was necessary, but after tripping the breaker a handful of times, I had to get one.

Edited to add: the built-in speakers on this are a little tinny-sounding, but good enough for workout music.
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I have the T6.5Z [sears.com], which appears to be identical except for the display, and I paid about $500 after tax for it in January. Considering the Amazon price is lower AND you get free shipping, I would think this is a pretty slick deal.

The treadmill weighs over 200 lbs. and takes at least 2 people to move until it's fully assembled; then, you can lock the deck upright and roll the treadmill around on its two front wheels. It's definitely not as sturdy as the ones in a gym, but it works perfectly well for home use (I usually walk at 3 MPH on it, though occasionally I run at 5.5-6 MPH, and it's held up just fine). If you do buy it, make sure to get a surge suppressor (I have this one [amazon.com]). I didn't think it was necessary, but after tripping the breaker a handful of times, I had to get one.

Edited to add: the built-in speakers on this are a little tinny-sounding, but good enough for workout music.
Thanks for the review!
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Thanks for the review!
You're welcome! Let me know if you have any other questions about it.
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Thank you for sharing.

I am in the market for an elliptical, with a budget of approximately $800. I am eyeing the ProForm Pro 12.0 NE Elliptical for $999.99 at Costco.com here [costco.com].

Not to hijack this thread, but if anyone knows of a good elliptical deal, please let me know!

Tofu Vic
Not sure if you have one by your area. However, check your local Sears Outlet for an elliptical would be a good choice.
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