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Bowflex created its first product in 1986 and is now one of the most trusted and renowned gym equipment manufacturers in the business. According to its website, “we’ve dedicated over 30 years to designing smarter, faster, and more effective ways to get results in the comfort of your own home—and we’re just getting started.”
Bowflex offers the Max Trainer series, the HVT series, the Treadclimber, treadmills, ellipticals, and home gyms.
Bowflex offers two different treadmill models, the Bowflex BXT116 and the Bowflex BXT216.
The Bowflex BXT116 comes with 3.75 continuous horsepower and a 15% maximum incline. It has 9 workout programs.
The Bowflex BXT216 is the premium treadmill option, with 4.0 continuous horsepower and a 15% maximum incline. It comes equipped with 11 workout programs.
Keep in mind, if you have problems with your knees or back, high-impact workouts may not be for you. Consult a doctor before making your treadmill purchase.
Read House Method’s Bowflex treadmill review below.
Data and rating accurate as of March 2018
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Bowflex refers to its warranties as Bowflex protection plans.
To hear what customers are saying about the Bowflex BXT 116, check out these Bowflex treadmill reviews.
Bear from Bowling Green, KY, says:
“I bought this to fit the needs for my family of 5. It is perfect. The quality of this product can’t be beat by anything else on the market. I look forward to enjoying it for years to come.”
Danah from Tuscon, AZ, says:
“I run on this every other day and spin for cardio on the other days. This has been a great addition to the home gym. I’ve had gym quality treadmills before. Such as ProForm, Life Fitness, and Precor. This is just as good, if not better. At half the price!“