Brands Reviewed: Acme Fitness, AFG, Alliance, Avanti Fitness, Best Fitness, BH Fitness, Body Craft, Body Solid, Bodyguard, Bowflex, Bremshey, Cardiac Science, Cardio Fitness, CardioZone, Carl Lewis, CatEye Fitness, Confidence Fitness, Cosco Sports & Fitness, CYBEX, Diamondback, Elite Fitness, Endurance, Epic, Evo, Exerpeutic Fitness, Felax, Fitness World, Fitnex, FreeMotion, Fuel, Golds Gym, HealthRider, Horizon, ICON, iFit, Ironman, Kettler, Keys Fitness, Landice, Life Fitness, LifeSpan, LIVESTRONG, Matrix, Merit Fitness, Miscellaneous, MultiSports Fitness, Nautilus, NordicTrack, OrbUs-Leisure, PaceMaster, Precor, ProForm, Quantum Fitness, RedZone, Reebok, Schwinn, Smooth, Sole, Spirit, SportsArt, ST Fitness, Stamina, Star Trac, Stayfit, Steelflex, Sunny Fitness, Tempo Fitness, Trimline, True Fitness, TruPace, Tunturi, Vision, Weslo, Woodway, Xterra, York, Yowza
This is the most comprehensive treadmill site you will find anywhere on the web. Hands down, no other website has as much info or offers as many options. Whoever put this site together was very passionate about their work, and it is obvious they spent a lot of time collecting data for their website.
Impressively, this site really utilizes the power of the World Wide Web. They review an astounding 81 different brands of treadmills, more than any other site. That could be very close to every brand of treadmill ever manufactured in the world. Not only do they give you every brand out there, but they give you every treadmill of every brand. There are so many options it is rather intimidating.
These are not just simple treadmill reviews either. You get the exact specifications without any subjective bias. For example their review on the Golds Gym 410 said “2.0 CHP G-Force motor, Reduces noise as it cools internal components with an axial fan, 0-10 mph QuickSelect Speed Control…” The downside to this, people who are not familiar with treadmills may not know what to look for.
Not only do they give you the cold hard facts on every treadmill out there, they also provide information on the company behind the machine. They will tell you where the company is located, whether it be in Mumbai or Irving, Texas, and they will tell you every location they ship their treadmills to.
Though all that is all fun and good, what really sets this site apart is their buy, sell, or rent options. There may be one or two other websites out there that allow you to sell your treadmills to them, but have you ever seen a treadmill site that rents treadmills? The answer is no. Thus setting this site apart from the others, and making it a true gem in the treadmill realm. Coolest bit about this, they tell you key areas where renting treadmills is popular, among them Las Vegas, New York, and San Francisco, the list continues for a while.
How could a treadmill website get any better you ask? What if it had some quirky section set apart for dog treadmills, TV treadmills, treadmill desks and treadmill news? Well, that is exactly what buyselltreadmills.com has done. If it so be your prerogative you can buy your yorkie a treadmill with a fun little dog-bone console.
Of course they extend beyond just treadmills. They have a section for ellipticals too, which is just as in depth and comprehensive as the treadmill portion of their website. You can expect the same nitty-gritty fact based machine and company specifications and you even get the quirky extras, like a bit on the elliptigo (an elliptical/ bike type apparatus.)
Is there anything wrong with this website? Unfortunately, yes. They certainly have the most information on treadmills, but this site doesn’t communicate to the consumer very well. It is a little difficult to navigate, and the reviews can be hard to understand if you do not already know what you are looking for. To the untrained eye this may seem like a worthless piece of quartz, but to those who know treadmill sites this is the Cullinan of the treadmill world.