JTX TREADMILL ADVICE
The JTX Slim-Line treadmill can be stored under a bed or in a cupboard, ideal for anyone with limited space. The JTX Sprint range of treadmills features dual-hydraulic folding and safety lock system. This allows you to quickly and safely fold your treadmill into a more compact size. The Platinum Range of fixed and semi-commercial treadmills ensure you can replicate a full gym running experience in your home or business premises.
Treadmill Reviews: You can find individual treadmill reviews on each product page or browse here for an overview of all JTX treadmill reviews.
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JTX TREADMILLS SIZE GUIDE
Use the dimensions below, along with the visual guide on the left to ensure you're choosing the treadmill that will fit in the space you have.
Slim-Line - 157(l) x73(w) cm
Sprint-3 - 162(l) x74(w) cm
Sprint-5 - 177(l) x79(w) cm
Sprint-7 - 179(l) x88(w) cm
Sprint-9 - 205(l) x92(w) cm
Club-Pro - 216(l) x88(w) cm
Club-Max - 212(l) x93(w) cm
Room To Run
We recommend that you give yourself some room around the treadmill. At least 30cm of space between any wall and the machine will be fine. You'll also want to consider the height of the machine if you have low ceilings. You can find the floor to deck height of each machine in its specifications. Add this to your own height to ensure you'll have enough head-room.
An important consideration when choosing a motorized treadmill is the horsepower rating of its motor. A stronger motor will be able to handle heavier users, faster speeds and will last longer compared to a treadmill with a smaller motor. Horsepower ratings for running machines can be confusing because there is no standard way of presenting the information. Some manufacturers prefer to list the peak horsepower rating. This is the maximum amount of power the motor is capable of producing. Another rating is continuous horsepower, which is a measure of the constant power of the motor while it is running at a continuous speed. It doesn’t really matter which rating you use but it is important to make sure you are comparing like with like.