Mostly, high-end treadmills are found in commercial gyms, but the Bowflex Treadmill T22 is a powerful and feature-filled treadmill that you can use in the comfort of your home. Although walking or running outdoors is fun, the weather doesn’t always allow it. Some individuals also don’t want to go to the gym. Here’s where the Bowflex Treadmill 22 comes in.
The Bowflex Treadmill 22 has a high price tag, but this reflects robust performance, top-notch design and built, and tons of accompanying features, including a 22″x60″ running surface and a 22″ adjustable HD touchscreen.
The Bowflex 22 is a beast of a treadmill. But is it the right deal for your home gym? Here is why this treadmill is worth the investment.
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About the Bowflex T22 Treadmill
The Bowflex T22 is a high-end treadmill designed to give anyone an effective workout indoors. It’s known as the 22 because it comes with a 22-inch interactive full HD touch screen front and center. It uses the latest technology to ensure you enjoy and access the most reliable workouts.
The treadmill’s running surface is the most crucial performance spec since it tells you whether or not the machine will be comfortable or not. This treadmill has a 22″x60″ running surface that can comfortably hold all users. The running deck of the Treadmill 22 is quite spacious, but its sturdiness will catch your attention.
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This treadmill weighs 336 lbs when assembled, which is quite massive for a home machine. This is a great feature since it creates a more stable base during workouts. It also has a maximum weight capacity of 400 lbs, higher than other treadmills in the same category.
The Treadmill 22 is quite strong to handle regular running at fast speeds. It has a top speed of 12 MPH, which is standard for most treadmills, but what makes it different from others is the 20% incline. Most home treadmills have a top incline of 15%, so if you want to take your workouts to the next level, you can take advantage of the 20% incline and 5% decline offered by this treadmill.
Overall, the Bowflex Treadmill 2 is a powerful and reliable treadmill with impressive performance specs that outshine most home treadmills out there.
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Specs at glance
|Incline:||-5% to 20%|
|Top Speed:||12 MPH|
|Weight Capacity:||400 lbs|
|Dimensions:||85” L x 39.6” W x 70” H|
|Warranty:||15-year warranty on motor and frame, |
5 years on parts,
1-year on electronics, and
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What I Like
The Treadmill 22 is truly a behemoth, as big and strong than what you would find at your gym. It weighs 336 lbs, so you need to ensure that your floor can handle such weight. This heavy weight translates to durability and sturdiness, supporting up to 400 lbs max user weight.
The Bowflex Treadmill 22 has a sleek, black matte finish with red and silver accents. What makes this treadmill stand out is the big 22 inches HD touchscreen. This HD display makes it a pleasure to watch your favorite shows, engage in scenic walks, and follow the workout classes.
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The Treadmill 2 comes with several state-of-the-art features that improve user experience and make it easy to use. It has a huge 2-inch HD touchscreen that’s adjustable for optimal comfort, and the touchscreen makes selections a breeze. The JRNY app gives you access to all instructor-led workouts and extensive metric tracking. This treadmill has several popular entertainment apps, including Hulu, Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Disney+. Additionally, it has Bluetooth capabilities to help you connect to other fitness apps.
Ease of Use
This treadmill is very natural to use. It has built-in speed and incline controls that give a smooth performance, both downhill and uphill. The HD touchscreen is adjustable and easy to use. Additionally, the entire treadmill folds with Bowflex’s SoftDrop system, helping you save on floor space.
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The Bowflex Treadmill 22 comes with quick speed/incline buttons that allow you to set the speed and incline with a simple press of a button. With this treadmill, you’ll not have to deal with low battery, thanks to the built-in USB charging port. It has large handles that give you a good grip when exercising on such high inclines. Additionally, this treadmill has sufficient power to suit both new and experienced runners.
The Treadmill comes with a SoftDrop folding system that makes it easy to store the treadmill. This makes it a great option for individuals with limited space.
This treadmill has a max user weight capacity of 400 lbs, making it an ideal treadmill for heavy guys.
The Treadmill 22 has a 15-year warranty on frame and motor, 5 years on parts, one-year electronics, and 2 years on labor.
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What I don’t like
- Large footprint
- Some users complain about the user-friendliness of apps
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The Bowflex has the Treadmill 10 and Treadmill 22, and I think the 22 is worth it if you have a good budget. The huge difference between the size of the HD touchscreen is big and visible. However, before choosing a treadmill, you should always consult your healthcare professional before starting your fitness journey.