One treadmill released in 2020 is the YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine.
It costs a little more than the YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine , which we’ve already examined.
However, it has a slightly larger running surface, additional cushioning incorporated into the deck, and nearly twice as many workout programs.
Specifications and Key Features
- 63.7L x 27.1W x 51.9H inches when assembled (162L x 69W x 132H cm)
- Dimensions of the tread belt: 47.3L x 17W inches (120L x 43W cm)
- Weight when assembled: 103 lbs (47 kg)
- Weight limit: 220 lbs (100 kg)
- 3.0 HP, 0.6 – 8.6 MPH (1 – 14 km/h) motor
- Manual, three-level incline
- 64 pre-set programs and 8 workout modes are available on the console.
- Additional features include a device holder, drink holders, and built-in speakers.
- 1 year limited warranty
I know YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine for making high-quality treadmills that are affordable. The YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine is no exception.
With practically equal stats to the YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine this one is only #3 because it has less loaded exercises and smaller rollers.
This treadmill also has a 20′′ x 60′′ running surface. With this belt, runners/walkers of all sizes may work out without concern.
The YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine is a folding treadmill, ideal for small places. It incorporates a three-zone variable response cushioning system that adapts to the kinematics of running.
As a result, your hips and knees are less stressed.
With a 3.0 CHP motor, this treadmill can go up to 12 mph and incline up to 15%. With 2.3′′/1.8′′ tapered rollers, Horizon built this model better than most in this pricing range, but not as good as the YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine .
Warranty: Lifetime frame and motor, 3 years components, 1 year labor.
If you want a basic treadmill with no frills, this is a fine choice (although it comes with bluetooth speakers, which is cool).
With a great warranty and a tank-like build. What else can we get for this price?
- 12 pre-programmed workouts
- Includes a high-impact padded deck.
- 3 inclination possibilities.
- It has a few manual programs.
- Not fantastic for speed.
- The price is higher than other robust treadmills on the market, but the color display and audio options make up for it.
Construction of the framework
The YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine, like most other treadmills in this price and feature range, is based on a steel frame with rectangular and oval tubes.
I finished the steel pieces in a black corrosion-resistant paint finish, which is the only color available for this treadmill (at least for the moment).
Of course, the machine includes various pieces manufactured of long-lasting thermoplastic.
The motor cover, side rail covers, and a few additional covers are the most prominent. The console’s dashboard is similarly composed of plastic.
For a home treadmill, the completely assembled treadmill is quite huge. It has a net footprint of 63.7′′L x 27.1′′W (162 x 69 cm) and a maximum height of 51.9′′ (132 cm) above the floor.
As a result, the recommended use area for this machine is approximately 100′′L x 75′′W. (254 x 190 cm).
The YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine may be folded. Its deck can be folded up to conserve room while the machine is not in use or to make it easier to clean underneath it.
When the deck is unfolded, the folding mechanism uses a hydraulic cylinder to progressively lower the deck.
In case you’re curious, the folded measurements of the unit are 34.25′′L x 27.1′′W x 54.72′′H. (87 x 69 x 140 cm).
One ultimate point to consider is the weight of the unit. Although this YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine is not as hefty as other similar models, it still weighs approximately 103 lbs (47 kg), causing the use of two people to transport it.
However, because its front base frame incorporates a set of wheels, it may be readily transported by only one person once it is constructed.
The incline of the deck and the building of the deck
The YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine has a 47.3′′L x 17′′W running surface (120L x 43W cm).
As a result, it should easily accommodate users up to 6’2′′ tall (188 cm). Taller people should be able to use this machine, however they may not get the full advantage of the stride.
The belt comprises several layers, with the top layer improving contact. The internal rollers’ exact diameter isn’t specified.
It is certain, however, that they are crowned; this design enhances traction, reduces belt slipping, and extends the tread belt’s lifespan.
The deck on this machine isn’t as tough as it is on previous models. I only rated it for a maximum user weight of 220 pounds (100 kg).
It has eight cushioning pieces, four on each side, that absorb a significant portion of the shock caused by each foot hit.
The deckboard has some bend to it as well. As a result, running or walking on this treadmill is much easier on your joints and back.
Similar to the Sunny Health & Fitness FA-7967, this YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running machines a manual inclination system.
The equipment, however, cannot alter the incline automatically. You must also halt your workout and walk off the treadmill to change the inclination of the deck.
The inclination system of the unit comprises two folding feet at the back of the deck.
They offer three degrees of adjustability and are composed of sturdy thermoplastic material. A pull pin can secure each foot in the desired position.
The treadmill’s incline range isn’t really impressive; it’s roughly 0°–2°.
However, even those two degrees of incline add a significant amount of effort to the ride, thus it’s preferable to having no incline at all.
When the rear stabilizers are unfurled, the deck step-up height is approximately 6′′ (15 cm) (or locked in the highest position).
To minimize any problems, it is recommended that this treadmill be used in a room with a ceiling at least 10′′ (25 cm) higher than the tallest user’s height.
The console of the YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine is quite standard. A 5-inch LCD display with blue LED backlight is included.
To show up to five training metrics at once, it separates the display into five sub-sections. It displays the following information: time, speed, distance, calories, and pulse. It lacks an RPM function and a pace counter.
I required grip contact for the pulse reading feature; you must hold on to the sensors built into the machine’s handgrips for it to track your pulse.
Speed and distance are only displayed in metric units.
There is no Bluetooth on the console, and someone cannot sync it with a smartphone or tablet. It also does not work with any fitness apps.
It does, however, include many pre-programmed options. There are 64 fitness plans and 8 workout modes to pick from, each with a distinct difficulty level.
There are several other features on the console. The gadget holder, beverage holders, and sound system are the most noticeable.
The device holder is a little ledge above the primary controls that can accommodate your smartphone or tablet. On each side of the display, we positioned a bottle holder.
Finally, the sound system comprises two small speakers mounted on the unit’s top.
There is also an AUX port on the console where you may attach your smartphone, tablet, or MP3 player to listen to music.
Motor for driving
A motorized treadmill, the YODIMAN Folding Treadmill Electric Running Machine.
It does, however, come with a power chord with a standard US 3-prong connector that must be plugged into an external power source.
It has a 3.0 HP peak power motor that can tolerate long periods of running without overheating or losing performance. A small flywheel is also included for motion stability.
The motor has a speed range of 1 to 14 km/h (0.6 to 8.6 miles per hour).
The speed is only displayed in kilometers per hour, and there is no option to change it to miles per hour.
The speed adjustment increments are 0.1 km/h, providing for a smooth transition from one speed level to the next and easy pace modification.
Controls for gradual and fast speed adjustments are accessible on the console. With the push of a button, you can select speeds of 2 km/h, 4 km/h, 6 km/h, 8 km/h, 10 km/h, and 12 km/h.
The motor itself is quite quiet; even when the machine is set to its fastest speed, it does not make a lot of noise.
Your cadence, however, may make more or less noise based on your running technique, footwear, weight, and other factors.
Installation and upkeep
The treadmill’s deck, which includes the engine, rollers, and belt, is pre-assembled. As a result, all you have to do now is connect the two upright bars and the console.
It shouldn’t take over 30-40 minutes to do this task. All the equipment are included, and the directions for assembly are rather straightforward.
The belt needs to be lubricated regularly for maintenance. The machine comes with a bottle of silicone lubrication.
Apart from that, it is advisable to keep the treadmill clean, particularly the belt, to avoid any dirt or textile fibers becoming entangled in the motor.
It’s also a good idea to inspect the machine regularly to make sure everything is still working properly.