Best Cybex Treadmills of 2020
With premium quality and steep prices, Cybex treadmills are exclusive options for high-end clubs, clinics and home gyms. Customization is part of the brand appeal: You can specify virtually any color for the steel frames, and most Cybex treadmills are sold with a choice of consoles as well. (The exception is the Total Access Treadmill, which is designed especially for trainees with low vision and other impairments.) The deluxe Cybex treadmill console has a 15.6" screen for HD entertainment and full-color workout programming.
The leading Cybex treadmill, the 790T, stands out to serious runners with its top speed of 15 mph -- but even the "entry level" 525T has exceptional performance, cushioning and durability.
Cybex treadmills are made in the USA. See our treadmill comparison chart and Cybex guide below for more about the lineup.
Top 1 Best Rated Cybex Treadmills
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Cybex Treadmills Buying Guide
This brief guide introduces the company Cybex International and their five treadmills for 2018. For in-depth treadmill reviews you can follow the links: 525T, 625T, 770T, 790T and the Total Access Treadmill.
About Cybex International, Inc.
Like to buy American? While competitors outsource to China, Cybex International builds all its treadmills and other high-end fitness equipment in the USA. Cybex factories employ about 500 people in midwestern states, and Cybex customer support brings jobs to Massachusetts. Also worth noting is the company’s environmental responsibility; energy-efficient practices and comprehensive reuse/recycle policies are in place at all Cybex facilities.
The treadmills are sold through regional representatives for about $5,000 and up. Most Cybex treadmills are destined for commercial settings, but some go to private households with cash to spare.
Cybex customer support is available by phone Monday through Friday, as well as by email and with online tickets.