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ProForm 24853 Crosswalk Treadmill - FREE DELIVERY

Item# 00624853000P | Model# 24853 | Added on September 6, 2013 |
Sold by Sears.com
$429.99
$599.99
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Re-Energize Your Workout Routine The Proform CrossWalk Treadmill delivers a total body workout with a revolutionary CrossWalk Upper Body Resistance that helps you burn more calories and tone more muscle. Speed and incline controls quickly take your speed up to 10 mph and your incline up to 10% with a touch of a button. With every step, the cushioned deck protects your joints as you walk, run or jog on the roomy tread belt.

  • 16 built-in workout apps
  • Tone muscles better and burn more calories with CrossWalk™ workout
  • Protect your knees and ankles with ProDeck™ Cushioning
  • Track your workout progress with the LCD display
  • Switch intensity levels easily from 0 to 10 mph with QuickSpeed controls
  • Enhance performance by changing the inline easily with QuickIncline™ controls from 0% to 10%
  • SpaceSaver design helps save floor space when not in use
  • iPod compatibility lets you enjoy your favorite music while working out
  • Dual grip EKG™ is fitted with sensors for better accuracy of heart rate monitoring
  • Keep your workout accessories handy with the accessory tray
  • 2.0 CHP Mach™ Motor ensures powerful performance
  • 18" x 50" belt lets you adjust your stride with ease
  • 1.6" Precision Machined and Balanced Non-Flex Roller makes the machine durable
  • Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
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By malucue
March 8th, 2014
a good buy

This is a good treadmill. The upper-body walking "poles" could be longer for taller persons, but otherwise are okay and adjustable. The motor is a little noisy, but not overly so (no complaints from downstairs neighbor yet). I am happy with my purchase

2406 found this review helpful
Criticism
By sbarnes
November 11th, 2014
Doesn't work

I just got this treadmill 3 days ago, put it all together and it doesn't work. The belt won't move. I called about getting it fixed and a company the size of Sears only has technicians available Monday through Friday from 8 to 5! We both have full-time jobs and we are not about to take time off to have them come and fix something that never worked to begin with! They will not replace it without a technician coming to look at it first. I will be returning the treadmill as soon as possible, canceling my accounts with Sears and never buying another product from them.

89 found this review helpful
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atbeane
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Great treadmill for the price

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We have been using the treadmill for a few weeks now and have enjoyed it. My parents have an older version of this model and have been using it for years with no issues, which is why I chose this one. My husband complained a little about it not being as easy to set up as it claimed it would be, but overall we are happy!

February 5th via sears.com
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M_monster
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It’s getting the job done!

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I wasn’t comfortable investing over $1000 for my 1st treadmill but fealt that this one had the basics that I wanted. I wanted variable speeds with the ability to incline, and a heart rate monitor. It’s working great! I feel stronger already in a few uses. I assembled it, only needing my husbands help getting it into the house, (using some rolling Dolly’s helped), it is extremely heavy, and help getting it out of the box. I only needed assistance for two screws for the locking tool, that holds the belt upright for storage. (The screw holes weren’t quite large enough). The instructions for assembly were simple and the hardware wrapped nicely so no missing parts. I would recommend using or buying a Allen wrench set that can be snapped into a ratchet, to save your hands. Took me about 2-3 hrs.

January 5th via mobile
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dville79

Nice treadmill

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I have had this treadmill for about a year now and use it regularly. It was pretty easy to assemble and get connected.

January 4th via sears.com
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Stillonhold
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Motor stopped working

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I purchased this treadmill in April of 2018 and the motor burned out. I've called customer service four times now to report the issue. I continue to be put on hold and left there. The warranty covers the motor and frame for five years.

December 23rd via mobile
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Mitch12Commander
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Free delivery

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Says free delivery, then I am told there is  no delivery???

December 19th via mobile
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