Treadmills, Ellipticals and Recumbent Bikes


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#2

Weslo Elliptical


#3

I’d love to hear any comments on that FreeMotion 335R. I’ve got back problems and canceled 2 gym memberships because I couldn’t get there enough. I’ve always found the bikes like this much easier on my back. Then it’s a refurb. I think Walmart had this, or very similar, for just over $3oo, also a refurb! Any experienced words are much appreciated!!! Thanks!


#4

Prices aren’t very good for refurbs. Especially considering the quality of “refurb” devices I’ve come to expect from Woot. You can find most of these new for about 5-10% more all over the net.


#5

The specs say 2.0 but the pic says 2.5 hp on the Golds gym foldable treadmill?


#6

You can get the Gold’s Gym treadmill new at Walmart for 379 http://www.walmart.com/ip/Gold-s-Gym-Trainer-410-Treadmill/17164498


#7

I bought a Pro Form bike from woot; was serviced and still doesn’t work correctly. Great bike for the brief period it worked. Heed my warning.


#8

How does woot ship those 200# treadmills? I see on Amazon we pick a day for delivery, is it the same process?


#9

My guess, due to the size, is that you’ll probably get contacted by the carrier, but hopefully a previous wooter can chime in and correct me if I’m wrong.


#10

The bike I ordered was delivered and left outside my garage. No one was home to accept the delivery and no advanced notification provided.


#11

Oh, now that’s a problem given that I am not easy for delivery folk to find and they’ve been known to leave computers at the wrong house. Might be worth the extra $20 to buy on Amazon then… hmmm.
Thank you for helping!


#12

Does the Recumbent Bikes required an outlet to plug it in.
( electricity )


#13

I poked around a few other sites and couldn’t find any info stating that these require electricity to work.