By Jerry (Federal Way, Wa) on Apr 7, 2010
Comments: We have had our A2550 Pro now for about two months. So far it has been excellent. It is quieter than our 10 yr. old treadmill it is replacing, but a bit longer in length. Assembly went okay, but read the directions and make sure you are installing the correct bolts in the correct spots. This thing is heavy! If you are old and feeble like us, arrange for a couple of longshormen to get it to the final resting spot. We thought that we could unpack the box in the garage and carry the parts to the rec-room, but the main body of the treadmill is all in one piece and quite heavy. We looked all over the treadmill to find the "Made in China" label, but much to our suprise this thing is made in Utah. That in itself makes it well worth buying. It appears that the same company also builds other brands in their Utah plant.