Say goodbye to cold running weather and sweat it out from your living room with this luxury treadmill, featuring 15 levels of auto incline to up the intensity and help you smash your fitness goals!
- Train harder with 15 levels of automatic incline
- Minimise joint impact with air shock control suspension
- Generous 520mm width belt size
- Large 7” display
- Commercial grade 1.75 HP continuous peak 4.5 HP DC motor
- Durable easy-fold structure
- Holds up to 140kg
Built with an extra large belt, sleek 7” display and 15 levels of auto incline, feel the burn of an intensive cardio workout without the expensive gym fees thanks to the Fortis 520mm Belt Auto Incline Luxury Treadmill.
Increase the intensity of your sweat session and smash your fitness goals with 15 levels of auto incline, reaching up to an incline grade of 15%. Incline training at 15% can increase your calorie burn count by up to 60% when running, helping you to tone your calves and increase leg definition.
Lower impact running
Featuring air shock control suspension, this luxury treadmill can help to reduce strain caused by running on your joints, ankles and feet by absorbing impact every time the foot strikes the belt.
Easy fold design
When you’re finished sweating it out, simply fold the treadmill down with the assisted-fold soft drop mechanism and wheel it to the cupboard or garage for your next cardio session!Click here to Get this Deal
About Dick Smith
Dick Smith is one of the most iconic retail brands in Australia. Dick Smith was, until 2016, an Australia-wide chain of retail stores that sold consumer electronics goods, hobbyist electronic components, and electronic project kits. The chain expanded successfully into New Zealand and unsuccessfully into several other countries. The company was founded in Sydney in 1968 by Dick Smith and owned by him and his wife until they sold to Woolworths Limited in 1982. In May 2016, online retailer Kogan.com purchased the Dick Smith brand, trademarks, intellectual property, and its online business in Australia and New Zealand.