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T95 Light Commercial Treadmill

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£2,495.99
  • Tough monitor
  • 15 Incline Levels
  • 12mph Speed
  • 180kg User Weight

 

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The T95 is a light commercial treadmill perfect for fitness facilities that can expect under 5 hours of use per day

The treadmill features all the essentialls you would expect

12mph maximum speed from the pre lubricated running deck and 15 levels of incline up to 15% allowing for optimum fat burning or an intense cardiovascular workout.

  • Key Points

    Usage: Light Commercial for upto 5 Hours of daily use
    Display Feedback: Time / Distance / Heart Rate / Calories / Speed / Incline / Pace
    Motor: 3.0HP AC (Continuous) 5HP Peak
    Speed: 0.5 – 12mph / 0.8 – 20km/h
    Elevation: 15% (0 – 15 Levels)
    Programs: 40 Programs, 1 Target, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, 1 Fitness Test & 2 Custom
    Deck & Belt: Reversible deck / Pre lubricated running belt
    Dimensions: L 197cm x W 83cm x H 146cm
    Maximum User Weight: 180kg / 395lbs

Additional Information

Weight (kg) 145.0000
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