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Weslo Cadence 80 Treadmill Review

Weslo Cadence 80 Treadmill

Weslo Cadence 80 Treadmill

The Weslo Cadence 80 is one of the better entry level treadmills you can find in the market this 2009.

But don’t get your hopes up too much because budget treadmills will always have tons of quality issues. So be prepared to have it fixed after a few months of usage.

Is It Right for You?

If you’re looking for a cheap treadmill that you don’t plan to use often, then you can consider buying this machine. Just be sure that you put aside some repair allowance when this machine shows signs of breakage.

What You’ll Be Getting

The Weslo Cadence 80 offers a 1.3 CHP drive motor which has enough power to reach up to 10mph. This motor is good enough for walking or light jogging. However, if you’re a runner, this is not the treadmill for you. This machine was not built to withstand the stress generated from running.

The 16” x 45” running surface is too small for most people to be comfortable with but that is to be expected from a $400 treadmill. It also comes with Comfort Cell™ cushioning to protect your joints during workouts (this would benefit those who plan to jog on this machine).

Like most Weslo treadmills, this model also comes with SpaceSaver® design which allows you to fold the unit up and out of the way after your workout.


As mentioned above, the biggest weakness of this machine is its durability. This cheap treadmill was not built to last. It is made from low quality parts because that is the only way they could sell this machine for such a low price.


I don’t recommend the Weslo Cadence 80 treadmill. There are other treadmills out there that would provide you with better value for your money (see our best buy treadmills page).


Cost: $399

Motor: 1.3 CHP Impulse Drive Motor

Running Deck: 45”L x 16”W

Speed: 0 to 10 mph

Incline: None

Foldable: Yes

Heart Rate: No

• SpaceSaver® Design
• Comfort Cell™ Cushioning

Where to Buy?

If you plan on buying a Weslo Cadence 80 treadmill, I suggest you buy it at They offer a very competitive price. You can get it for just $399.

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I's not a Rolls Royce but it's worth the money Not rated yet
11 years on and still going strong You can spend a lot more, on features you don't need/won't use I had a $1500 treadmill, all the bells and whistles …

Works GREAT after years of use ! Not rated yet
I acquired mine 2nd hand and I'm just learning that I was 40 lbs OVER the max rated weight ! I've NEVER had an issue with it and it helped me lose …

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I am the third owner of this treadmill. I am 67 and had open heart surgery nearly 15 years ago. I set it between 2.5 and 4 mph and walk at least 3 …

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