As the exercise equipment industry becomes more and more competitive, treadmill manufacturers have no choice but to improve their products.
Because they know that it is the only way they can survive. But some of these manufacturers were not able to handle the pressure. As a result, they either sold their brand or have stopped producing.
is where this page comes in. We all know that even if these treadmill
brands are no longer being sold by its manufacturer, it is still being
offered in the market either through eBay or as used treadmills in some
This page provides you with reviews of past brands which might be useful to someone who’s going to buy used treadmills. Please take note that these reviews are not up to date as they were created before these treadmill producers went bankrupt.
If you’re looking for a discontinued treadmill model of a company that is still operational, please click on its brand name on the left menu. We have numerous reviews of current and past treadmill models from these brands.
Price Range: $900-$2,000
Pros: The company used to offer long warranties for their motor. This would only mean that they provide decent motor for their treadmills.
Cons: Its finish quality is way below average.
Price Range: $1,000-$1,300
Pros: Most of this company’s treadmills are beautifully packaged.
Cons: Other than the excellent design, everything else is below average.
Discovery Treadmills (link directs you to our Keys fitness page, which is the manufacturer of this brand)
Price Range: $1,000-$1,400
Pros: Comes with nice features and long motor warranties which means their motor are probably durable.
Cons: They lack the size and power found on other mid-priced treadmills.
Encore Treadmills (link directs you to our Keys fitness page, which is the manufacturer of this brand)
Price Range: $1,000-$1,500
Pros: This brand’s treadmills are usually bigger than those from Discovery.
Cons: Just like other brands from Keys Fitness, this one also comes with poor quality.
If you have been using a treadmill that has stood the test of time, then there's a good possibility that that model has already been discontinued or replaced by a better version. And since most websites remove their reviews on discontinued models, here's your chance to write a review (whether good or bad) about your old treadmill so that others may benefit from it. You are the expert because you're the one who's been using that unit for the longest time.
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I purchased local in 1999. Used fairly regularly for the last 8 years. I had the drive belt changed $50. Now the overload breaker shuts it down at 7.5-8 …
True Treadmill 500 SE
This has been a great treadmill and I've been totally satisfied with it, but we recently moved it, and had to disconnect the pedestal from the base to …
Keysfitness Alliance A7T Fold up Treadmill
I am very disappointed that Keys fitness no longer supports this piece of fitness equipment. It is a decent treadmill in the beginning but it had it share …
WESLO DL40 Not rated yet
This is a great reasonably priced treadmill. What year(s) was this model made?
Concourse model 21-7100A Not rated yet
I'm a big fan of Cesar Millan. He recommends using a treadmill for high energy dogs. I just wanted a cheap beater machine. I went on a free ad site and …
Life Fitness ST55 Not rated yet
I have had this treadmill since 2004 and I am still using it today. I bought this unit from a local fitness equipment shop no longer in business. Spent …
DP/Fit for Life Lifestryder 3325 Not rated yet
There's really nothing good to say when the operational key is not inserted and yet it powers on and injures severely the hand and fingers of a 4 year …
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