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What You Should Know About Epic Treadmills
Epic is a well-known manufacturer of budget priced treadmills. Epic treadmills are competitive in the lower priced treadmills that can be purchased from various manufacturers. Epic provides average quality treadmills in their price range, but Epic does not compare with the higher priced treadmills as far as durability and available features. There are several different models that are produced by Epic and are typically sold at discount retailers. For an infrequent user who requires only minimal stability and number of features, Epic can be a good value. If you are more serious about the training you do on your treadmill, Epic will most likely not be of sufficient quality to meet your needs.
The Epic t60 is one of the more popular models sold by this manufacturer. The Epic t60 provides users with reasonable quality in the $500 to $1,000 price range. There have been some problems associated with the rollers and keypads, but for the price the Epic t60 is a good buy. Epic treadmills generally offer an outstanding 12-year warranty on the motor, but only 90 days on the rest. Epic does offer features such as the ability to design a personal workout and may include a stereo, depending on the model you choose. Epic treadmills are definitely convenient and can be stored in a small space after use.
For the price, Epic treadmills are reasonably dependable and will last for a fair period of time. Before purchasing an Epic treadmill, investigate other brands and research the various models that are available to you. You may be able to find a superior treadmill for a similar price if you look for sales and online specials. Epic is not a poor choice in treadmills for many people, but if you are intent on a top quality, long lasting product, you may want to look further.
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