By MarkReyes5 (RGV, TX) on Mar 9, 2012
Comments: $1500 is not a drop in the bucket in this economy. Spending that kind of money on you health is a much better proposition than many of the other frivolus items we tend to buy on a daily basis. After a pretty long search I decided to purchased the Commercial 1750. I would classify myself as a big guy (6'3"; 220lbs) and moderatly active. I was hesitant to purchase a treadmill to place in the home because so many pepople that I know do not end up using it. You have to realize and tell yourself that just becuase you buy a "top of the line" treadmill, which is rated 5 stars, and you go out and buy the $125 shoes this still does not garuentee results or value. That being said this machine is advanced enough to entertain and challange you. Bordem will not be the reason for lack of use. Great craftmanship and a terrific warrenty will help to insure longevity, so here again, that will not be the limiting factor for use. Bottom line is that a treadmill won't do the work for you. But the Commerical 1750 is the first one ever that I have been on that entertains me, is comfortable, and keeps me intrestead in running daily. The Commerical 1750 is a very nice blend of technology and brut strenght. I would say that this purchase buy far was one of the most difficut to make but I am confident I made the right choice. Buy with confidence.
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