Reviewed by TreadmillReviews.com
This is the Image treadmill that most people prefer over the others. Experts say the Image 19.0R treadmill is competitive in its budget price range, with a good-sized (55″ x 19″) belt and a reasonably powerful motor.
The 2.8 THP motor, for instance will cope with little difficulty with brisk walks or gentle jogs, but will strain somewhat when you pick up some speed. The belt is a little shorter and so it will be harder to stretch out or harder for taller people. And at the maximum speed of 10 the motor starts to get real noisey.
It doesn’t seem to be too bad for a fold up treadmill, the price isn’t terrible although it would be nice to maybe include some small stuff in it. The Motor warranty is great (10 years), but the rest is very low at 90 days. Motors usually don’t break down these days. It’s usually the deck or the belt or the rollers or console or something. You can find better treadmills with better warranties at this price.