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T97 Commercial Treadmill

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  • Tough LED monitor
  • 15 Incline Levels
  • 12mph Speed
  • 182kg User Weight


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The T97 fully commercial treadmill is a perfect alternative to other more expensive models

Benefiting from a 3 horsepower motor the T97 can offer you a 12mph max speed with an elevation of 15% over 15 levels

Convinently positioned heart rate monitors on the handles allow you to quickly tailor your workout to fulfil your goals. From fat burning to cardio endurance

  • Motor: 3.0HP AC Continuous (5HP Peak)
  • Speed: 0.8 – 20 km/h (0.5 – 12 mph)
  • Elevation: 15% (0 – 15 Levels)
  • Running Deck: L 153cm x W 55cm
  • Programs: Quick Start, 6 Preset inc Chester Treadmill Test, 2 x User & 2 x Heart Rate Controlled
  • Heart Rate Monitoring: Telemetric heart rate receivers & integrated hand pulse sensors
  • Deck & Belt: Reversible deck / Pre lubricated running belt
  • Maximum user weight: 182kg / 400lbs
  • Dimensions: L 216cm x W 93cm x H 148cm

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Weight (kg) 145.0000
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