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Infiniti ASPIRE 1670

Infiniti ASPIRE 1670

3.3 from 4 reviews

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Fantastic Durable and stable treadmill

I bought this to ensure I could get my runs in while my babies were sleeping. I am a marathon runner who couldn't bear the thought of a cheap, flimsy treadmill so was prepared to pay for what I needed which was essentially a gym quality run in a home setting. This is exactly what I have got and after years of use it is still going strong and is in showroom condition. It's been fantastic too for being able to run when it's too wet to go outdoors and also those nights when it's too late to run on my own outdoors. The only maintenance is a few squirts of silicone (supplied) under the belt to keep it running like magic and the odd turn on the allen key to tighten the rollers. I think I've done this 3 times in 8 years. Would highly recommend

Purchased in August 2008 for $2,200.00.


Victor did a paid review

Anyone could say their name is VICTOR if they were paid enough. Then to say 5 star rating. Get off the grass Victor. Victor, what a name!# yuk :<O ugh,

Best choice I`ve made.

I have worn out 3 treadmills over the past 10 years and I have to say this is the longest lasting treadmill I have purchased. It`s running area is far wider and durable compared to the others and both other treadmills were around the same price. Its has a really good range of incline settings of up to 15 degrees and a top speed of 20km/h which most treadmills cant really achieve.
durability, running area, very quiet, powerfull even on full incline.
could have done better on the plastic heart monitor grips.

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Hi Victor50, Thank you for your review on the Infiniti Aspire 1670 and we are glad that you are enjoying. Kind Regards, Vanessa Dunne - Sales & Marketing Co-ordinator, Infiniti Fitness

Bad

For the hefty price tag, $2400 this treadmill is a disappointment. After using this machine for a while its apparent that infiniti treadmills use very cheap components. The machine feels flimsy and the head console moves and jitters a lot when running. At time of purchase salesman convinced me this is one of the better deals around, I would in the future buy either a Tunturi or Avanti. This machine is big, but feels like a small/medium walker. Wouldnt recommend for anyone over 80 Kg.
The size of the mat.
Cheap LCD display started fading after 7 months and of course its not covered by warranty.

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