Smooth 6.75 Treadmill Review

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Smooth 6.75 TreadmillThe Smooth 6.75 Treadmill

Hello Hello Hello! The treadmill for today is the Smooth 6.75 treadmill, one of the quick sellers of the Smooth series. And in my opinion, one of the most aesthetically pleasing machines on the market in the $1000’s range. The functionality of this treadmill seems to work like a charm. The drive system all works together great and the belt glides along the deck like butter. The motor is built to be as silent as possible, and the cushioning absorbs a lot of the sound of running. What comes from this is a quiet, soft, smooth, and stable run.

This stability is a big factor in the overall quality of a treadmill. The experience is completely worse when the treadmill feels rickety, hard, loud, and squealy. Smooth is great at making sure their treadmills feel right before they worry about slapping loads of features on them. They live up to their name well. This strength and stability contributes to their treadmills’ durability and longevity as well.

Some of the features you would find on other brand’s treadmill at this price won’t be on this one, but for myself, I would rather have the quality in the design and system rather than the extra features. It’s a worthy trade. However, this treadmill is hardly lacking anything that you’ll need to have an exciting workout.

It has:

  • 3.0 CHP Motor
  • 20″ x 60″ running belt
  • 10 MPH Speed
  • 15% Incline
  • 350 lbs weight limit
  • Ipod or Mp3 Dock
  • built-in Speakers
  • ViviClear Dual Color LCD display
  • 2 fans
  • Heart Rate Monitor
  • more…

The heavy weight limit, and the 3.0 CHP Motor is always a good indicator of the strength of the machine. This is a strong treadmill with enough power to handle almost any runner at any speed, with plenty of features to keep any runner entertained.

With the quality of the components, the impressive specs, and the amount of features this treadmill has, it deserves the high rating it receives from costumers and critics. The warranty is equally impressive, giving you a lifetime of coverage on the frame and motor, 5 years on parts, and 2 years on labor.

If you’re looking for a treadmill in this price range that will feel good and hold up well, this is a great choice.

Good Luck! Hope this helps!

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TreadmillMy treadmill reviews are both subjective and objective. They are objective in the sense that I will provide you with information about each machine, such as motor, weight capacity and other features. But they are subjective in the sense that I am really giving my opinion of each treadmill. You may agree or disagree with my opinion, but my hope is that my elliptical and treadmill reviews can be helpful to you in making a decision on what to buy. Remember that each review is just what I think. You can always check out Treadmill Doctor, Treadmill Review Guru or these other treadmill reviews if you want another opinion.