Reebok 9500 ES Treadmill Review – Whats it Like…?
Asking for opinions before buying it’s a smart move. From my unpleasant experience I understood that it is better to look for reviews before ordering it. I bought a Treadmill 2 years ago and the day after I started using it I discovered a site with Home Treadmill Reviews that explain everything that you’ll need to know to look for in your next running machine. I found out how many problems it will have and how many defects it has…so the second weel I returned it and this time I informed myself on the site for the next purchase. Now the treadmill I’ve been using for 2 years has not caused me any dissatisfaction.
Hello! As far as I can judge, this is a good thing and we can actually use it. Personally, I bought the best treadmill to change my body. I started using it a week ago and I can notice the changes. I think I am no as skinny as I was. This is a great step forward for me and I wanna continue this tendency.
Ok, let’s get the TV out of the way first. The 9500 ES comes equipped with a 7″ flat screen TV on the dash – no reason alone to buy a treadmill, but a welcome addition if you like to watch TV to help wile away the miles. The speakers actually sound pretty good and all in all it’s not a bad entertainment package. But what about the business end of the treadmill? Well, for starters there’s the big 3.5 HP motor – a quiet, powerful unit that has no trouble shifting the large belt with it’s spacious 60″ x 20″ running area to a maximum 12 mph. The cushioning is both forgiving on impact and firm and responsive on take off and should prove kind to your joints in the longer term. The deck inclines to a 12% gradient if you fancy running up a few a hills and the power assist folding mechanism makes folding up the deck and storing the treadmill simple and straightforward. It’s not all good, though as the Reebok 9500 ES treadmill suffers a few of Icon’s familiar shortcomings – some poor components