Latest review: Started optifast 3 days ago Got creative and Added some mint to my vanilla optifast shake and also mint to garnish sooo nice and refreshing so I thought I would
Latest review: Strong, sturdy, reliable, comfortable. I prefer it to the Gym exercise bikes. 15 programs, magnetic resistance, soft seat 150 kilo capacity (but im sure it could take more) I've had 2 over the past 8
Latest review: My husband who is in his late sixties has had a couple strokes that he has recovered from but wanted to maintain his fitness without having to go out to the gym. His friends were doing the high speed
Latest review: In my 60's and starting to have health issues, I bought a Crane (ALDI) exercise bike some years ago to get fit and healthy. When it died, I went looking for a reasonably priced exercise bike that
Latest review: Bought the York C500 second hand for $20.00 so it was a huge bargain price.
Yes the seat is hard but you do get used to it after a fair amount of persistence. All the seats on push bikes or exercise
Latest review: I've had this treadmill for around 3 months and love it. I use it about 3 - 4 times per week. It has all the basic features I was after (cushioned running surface, safety fold-up, running speed,
Latest review: great begineers unit, it functions as designed, it works well and was cheap. still has 10 years warranty on motor and lifetime on frame.
price, was purchased second hand for $500.
overall fit and
Latest review: its a good machine..only regret is we don't seem to have a reliable tech to do repairs...the one who came did not have an either what he was doing. charged me $145/- for call out service...I ended up
Latest review: Bought the York Z16 a few years back and it works perfectly after lots of steady family use. Took a hammering when the kids were training for sports. Solid comfortable feel when walking or running.
Latest review: Mine was great to start with, but now frequently fails to register steps as checked by manual counting. I've decided to take it back for a refund as it's only 3 months
Latest review: Good design (strong motor, good size pad, electric elevation) but poor reliability and service - only saving grace is 5 year warranty on motor
Good treadmill when it is working
Latest review: Within 12 mth warranty period this treadmill stopped working, waited weeks for tech to attend, who managed to get working & claimed nothing wrong. Couple of months later stopped working (with E-02),
Latest review: I live in Brisbane. I bought my TV treadmill in June 2007. In April 2008, I had an 'E1' error message appearing on the console. When I contacted York, they advised that the problem is with the
Latest review: Purchased a York R302 rower did not work from day one.
I made a warranty claim 2 months ago and still no one from york has came out to fix my rower.
Latest review: This product is a dud. If you are serious about running DO NOT buy this treadmill. It will not cope with daily use and constantly breaks down. Poor Warranty and bad service is about all you can