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Image 10.0

by Jackie
(Maryland)

I really like my Image 10.0. I had gastric bypass surgery and have used that as my excerise tool ever since. I am now 6 years out from surgery and my treadmill is still going strong.

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Jan 18, 2016
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Very Satisfied 10.6Q. Owner
by: Bobbi B

My treadmill is an Image 10.6 Q. that I purchased from Sears in late December of 2000.It is HUGE, like something that you would see at a Health Club or a Gym. I think that the walking belt is 60 inches X 22 inches. A 2.5 hp. motor.

Until about a year ago when the motherboard burned out I have always had good service from it, and I am still going to try to fix it or get it fixed.

The negative side is that it is huge and heavy, but it is a folding treadmill. The round belt adjustment knob on the lower right side of the belt broke about four years ago and I ordered another one, new, and got it. It isn't real quiet,
but not outrageously noisy, either.

The one that I bought was the floor model. I believe that they were about $1,600.00 at the time, but mine was just under $1000, plus taxes, and I had to pickup and haul it myself ( with friends ). I have always felt very comfortable with it and on it. I liked the programs and readouts, but the heart monitor is worthless.

I was told that this is still the largest one that they ever built, and I personally wish that they had continued this one and perfected it.

satisfied customer,
Bobbi


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