Description of Champion Phoenix Folding Treadmill by Champion
Treadmills: Smooth Store Demo are proud to stock the excellent Champion Phoenix Folding Treadmill.
With so many available right now, it is wise to have a make you can recognise. The Champion Phoenix Folding Treadmill is certainly that and will be a excellent buy.
For this reduced price, the Champion Phoenix Folding Treadmill comes highly respected and is a regular choice for most people. Champion have added some great touches and this means great value.
98835 Features: -Frame: Heavy-gauge welded steel. -Dual-stage, soft drop folding with gas shock-assist lift gently tilts the deck into position. -Patented swing arm shock absorption system lessens the impact of walking and running. -Heart rate control can automatically monitor pulse and adjust the intensity of your workout. -Superior stability. -Nine storable user profiles. Treadmill Type: -Electric. Finish: -Silver. Heart Rate Monitor Included: -Yes. Console Included: -Yes. Horsepower: -2.5. Maximum Speed: -10 Miles Per Hour. Foldable: -Yes. Safety Stop Included: -Yes. Weight Capacity: -275 Pounds. Heart Rate Monitor Type: -Built-In hand grips. Console Display Type: -LCD. Console Display Features: -Heart rate/Distance/Speed/Time/Calories. Number of Pre-set Workout Programs: -6. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -61". Overall Width - Side to Side: -36". Overall Length - Front to Back: -75". Folded Height - Top to Bottom: -64". Folded Width - Side to Side: -36". Folded Length - Front to Back: -48". Console: -Yes. Overall Product Weight: -218 lbs.
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The Champion Phoenix Folding Treadmill is an easy-up, light commercial treadmill with a power fold-up feature that provides years of service at a moderate price. The new patented Motion Control system allows the user to have a safer and more enjoyable workout. The athlete can make adjustments in belt speed during a workout with simple arm movements over a sensor located on each handlebar.