The Epic T60 Treadmill – Putting New Limits On Economy
The Epic T60 Treadmill is made exclusively for Costco, the discount retailer. It sports useful and desirable features for the home gym and for general fitness training, yet is often discounted for far less than $1000.
Icon Health and Fitness, Inc., which uses the Epic brand name on exclusive models, is the largest manufacturer of quality treadmills worldwide for training, weight loss, and personal fitness as well as other sports equipment for weight and fitness training, and it markets products like Epic t60 treadmills specifically for large retailers like Costco.
Strong Machine, Lean Price
The Epic t60 incorporates the best of Icon’s designs for treadmils. Designed for use in a home gym with the larger user in mind, the t60 features an adjustable cushioned platform with a large surface and is capable of supporting weights up to 350 pounds.
Equipped with a strong motor and power incline, the t60 is suitable for both light and intense weight loss and fitness regimens, as well as general sports training.
Additionally, feedback and readout displays keep track of time, distance, calories burned, speed, and pulse measured through the pulse sensor grips. Heart rate is measured and displayed using an optional chest pulse sensor.
The Epic t60 offers preprogrammed and customizable workout programs and iFit.com, the interactive workout technology found on most Icon exercise equipment.
With the optional chest sensor, iFit will control the speed and incline of the treadmill in response to your heart rate providing a workout under the guidance of trainers online or on CD.
Your home stereo, computer, portable device, and VCR can all be connected to the Epic t60 to keep you entertained while training.
And, like many of Icon’s treadmils, the Epic t60 folds away after use.
While the motor carries a 12-year warranty, the parts and labor on everything else carry only a 90-day warranty, a concern voiced by TreadmillDoctor which does not sell treadmills but does rate the Epic t60 a ‘winner’ for Costco.
Costco offers ‘threshold delivery’, not curbside, and its return policy applies at all 400 of its warehouses.
Source by Steve Ecclestone…