Best Schwinn Treadmills of 2017
Are you looking for a folding treadmill? Great choice! The ability to fold up your treadmill will save a ton of space. The only thing to watch out for is a reduction in features, similar to buying a smaller car or gadget; the fact that it becomes compact means you might be sacrificing on some specs. The table below compares the most popular Schwinn treadmills:
Top 1 Best Rated Schwinn Treadmills
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Schwinn Treadmills Buying Guide
Schwinn Fitness is a manufacture that provides exercise equipment, including ellipticals, exercise bikes (both upright and recumbent), treadmills as well as accessories. You probably recognize Schwinn as the famous bicycle manufacture and American icon that has managed to produce leading bikes and recreational products since 1895. Therefore, some people might be surprised to learn that the company also produces “fitness equipment” even though they have been around since 1965 when they first introduced an in-home workout machine (the Deluxe Exerciser).
Moving forward, Schwinn partnered with fitness guru Johnny Goldberg in 1995 to develop the Johnny G Spinner bike. Further innovations led to the Fitness Advisor system, and, most recently a variety of innovative upright and recumbent exercise bikes. While Schwinn is still recognized primarily as a bicycle/exercise bike manufacture they have made a lot of progress with their treadmills including producing smaller-footprint ellipticals.
FitRated.com has reviewed the Schwinn 840 treadmill (rated 64.7). Equipped with a 2.5 CHP motor, 20″ x 55″ running surface, Multi-Ply belt, 10mph speed, 10 percent incline and 20 pre-defined workout programs make the Schwinn 840 a worthy treadmill. Sure, Schwinn is not one of the leaders in the treadmill industry, but they have designed a decent model with the Schwinn 840. In the future we expect to find more great things with Schwinn treadmills.
Schwinn Fitness is operated under Nautilus, one of the leading fitness manufactures in the world. As a result, Schwinn treadmills are covered under the Nautilus Warranty Policy. In order for a product to be covered it must be originally purchased, for company or individual use, from Nautilus, or an approved selling partner.
Nautilus promises that if you are not 100% satisfied with your treadmill purchase they will return the product within six weeks of delivery. The policy applies to products purchased directly from Nautilus, Inc and includes Bowflex, Schwinn Fitness, Universal and Nautilus products. Nautilus only accepts returns of merchandise under the following conditions:
- You must receive a Return Merchandise Authorization Number from Nautilus before shipping the product to us
- The merchandise must be returned within the Satisfaction Period specified.
- Products returned without a Return Merchandise Authorization Number will not be refunded or credited and will be discarded
- Your return must be received no later than two (2) weeks after we have provided your Return Authorization Number (RMA)
- Products must be returned undamaged in suitable packaging (preferably original cartons)
- Must be in original condition with all accessories and materials included
- Refunds do not include shipping and handling fees
Do you need to contact Schwinn? Give the company at (800) 605-3369 for all questions, especially those regarding troubleshooting, order status, ordering machine parts and returns. If you need assistance or more information on the Schwinn products, e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org (allow 24-48 hours for a reply).