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[Afterpay, eBay Plus] Everfit Treadmill Electric Home Gym Exercise Machine $307.46 Delivered @ Ozplaza Living via eBay

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I bought it last year for around $360 still using it now, no problem so far.

Don't expect to move it around, it is quite heavy and not for intensive running because of not wide enough, I mainly use it for walking and a bit fast walking.

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Product Key Features
Number of Items in Set 5
Maximum Speed 12km/H
Sport/Activity Gym & Training
Programs Fitness Test
Resistance Air
Maximum User Weight 120 kg
Colour Multicoloured
Vintage No
Model Year 2020
Measurement Provided Speed, Time
Features Adjustable Stride Length, Electrically Powered, Foldable
Usage Home Use
Number of Programs 12
Material Electric Treadmill
Number of User Profiles 1
Type Electric

Dimensions
Item Length 158cm
Item Width 74cm

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  • +8

    Perfect for lockdown v.7 omicron

    • -2

      Exercise outdoors, it's free too

      • +1

        Hey why not just jog on the spot!

  • How many days are you using it a week and average duration of each run?

  • $300 for a runner, that's sound too good to be true.i guess u pay for what u get?

  • +2

    i bought this in 2020 as we were coming into winter [from this seller] and walking outside wasn't really an option, plus all the lock-downs, it was the cheapest treadmill i could find that went to decent running speeds, and supported up to 120kg as most smaller ones don't even support up to 100kg, so that way any family member could use it

    i use this almost daily, it has a bunch of different programs built in, but id say i run for about a half hour a day, walk for about the same, and multiple people in my house use it

    it is quite heavy, it has wheels so it can be moved around but its not something you could move up and downstairs easily, definitely not with one person at least, but highly recommend, i paid just under $500 when i bought it, cant go wrong for $300

    • +1

      plus all the lock-downs, it was the cheapest treadmill i could find that went to decent running speeds, and supported up to 120kg as most smaller ones don't even support up to 100kg,

      I compared their models, I bought it just because of the 2.5hp motor for that price and size, I use it everyday now.

      • How good is the phone holder? Does it hold well when running?

        • Does it hold well when running?

          Not really.

        • The holder is a fairly wide slot that's big enough to hold a 10" iPad in portrait orientation (but definitely not landscape orientation, sadly).

          I just tried putting my phone in there and running at 10 km/h, it definitely bounces around. It's still secure and isn't going to fall out, but it does bounce and shake. I have a 3D printer, so at some point I might design some printable accessories to more securely hold my phone/tablet.

      • thanks will try it out, used a free trial of ebayplus

        free postage too

  • is this any good?

  • Anyone has had theirs posted yet?

    I got an Allied Express number but not received by carrier up for a a couple days now..

    My cashback was tracked, so was good for that.

    • +2

      I ordered this last week on the 28th November (the black model, TMILL-CHI-420-M6) and it arrived today (via Allied Express). First impressions are very good, it does everything I want it to. Setup is dead easy and quick. Basically unfold the handle bars and lock it in place, then lubricate the belt with the provided silicone oil. You may also have to use the hex key to adjust the alignment of the belt if it's not perfectly straight.

      Treadmill is very quiet at low walking speeds but definitely very noisy at 10km/h+ — forget about jogging/running at night if you live in an old apartment where sound travels easily. Walking pace should be fine though.

      Measured noise levels with Decibel X app:
      38db at 2.5 km/h
      43db at 3.5 km/h
      49db at 5.5 km/h
      58db at 10km/h
      61 db at 12 km/h
      (These are all measured with just the treadmill on its own — the fall of your footsteps will add a few extra decibels on top of this. I probably won't do more than 3.5km/h at night, else my neighbours will complain)

      I always do an energy consumption profile with my Power-Mate Lite whenever I get a new gadget:
      3.5W at 0km/h (powered on but idle)
      23W at 1km/h
      46W at 2.5km/h
      100W at 5.5km/h
      138W at 8km/h
      basically scales fairly linearly, but does get more power hungry at high speeds:
      188W at 10km/h
      226W at 12km/h

      BTW just a heads up, the package is huge and heavy (around 40kg or so I think), I damn near killed myself pushing it up the stairs to the 1st floor (apartment building). You'll definitely need 2 people to carry the box unless you're very strong. (Courier driver did a runner after pressing the buzzer to announce the parcel was here)

      The treadmill is quite long, the photos don't do it justice. Something to bear in mind if you live in a small apartment like I do.

      All in all, the price is cheap but the build quality seems very decent. It comes with an 18-month warranty as well, hopefully I won't have to use it.

      Everything feels very stable and solid, no wobblyness or anything weird like that. Feels just like a normal gym treadmill.

      • then lubricate the belt with the provided silicone oil.

        Do you need to do that when it is new? I didn't, I may have to look into it from the manual.

        188W at 10km/h
        226W at 12km/h

        Never try that fast :)

        • Do you need to do that when it is new? I didn't, I may have to look into it from the manual.

          The manual said you only need to do it after using it for a while, but the sticker on my treadmill said to lubricate it before use, so I erred on the side of caution.

          The manual says to lift up the treadmill mat/belt and check if there's any silicone oil present (there wasn't on mine) — if not, you should lubricate. You don't have to use a lot, a little bit goes a long way when it comes to silicone oil.

          Never try that fast :)

          Yeah 12km/h is surprisingly fast!!

          • @deadpoet:

            The manual says to lift up the treadmill mat/belt and check if there's any silicone oil present

            Just checked, not really that dry, I put some on each side anyway.

          • +1

            @deadpoet: Hmmm. Well 12km could be really be just a jog for some, but I guess for $300 its ok.

            Is quite compact, not very wide…

            • @jonathan111:

              Well 12km could be really be just a jog for some

              Actually quite fast for me.

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sWKTfCUMa8&ab_channel=Chris...

              • +1

                @superforever: That video is 12 mph (19.3 km/h), not 12km/h ;)
                And that dude has long legs and a big stride, no way I could match that.

                12 km/h is basically jogging speed:
                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uUh2d3Y0iU

                • @deadpoet: Ahh, yes but still very fast for me 🙄

                  • @superforever: all in all its good, it will help me get some cardio in my life.

                    Does the heart rate monitor work on this model? I see there is an lcd display for it.

                    • @jonathan111:

                      Does the heart rate monitor work on this model?

                      No heart rate monitor from the treadmill, if I remember it correctly I think came with a cheapo heart rate watch which I never use.

                      You received it yet? I think may have some delay this time of the year.

                      • @superforever: Yes it came yesterday from Melbourne to Sydney thanks, quite simple to set up, satisfied for the price.

                        The delivery guy struggled but brought it up to my porch about 6 steps high.

                        I thought the motor would be bigger for 2.5hp but it's quite slim.

                        I'm just trying to warn my kids it can be dangerous, as they want to use it all the time.

                        There are two silver bars on each handle I thought they might be monitors, but I guess they might be standard across other models.

                        • @jonathan111:

                          There are two silver bars on each handle I thought they might be monitor

                          I thought the same but they are not XD

                          I'm just trying to warn my kids it can be dangerous,

                          The treadmill said keep kids away.

  • price is $268 now $10 - Code: SNSBD

    • Feel free to post it as a new deal as it's a lower price and different code. Sorry I closed off your report accidentally.

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