Bowflex treadclimber noise
Models: TreadClimber TC5300
My husband and I purchased the Bowflex TreadClimber 5300 because we believed the hype. It is a good work out. BUT the service is horrible. If you need repairs (and this machine is very prone to techical malfunction, you are expected to call an 800# and the operator walks you through a series of diagnostic steps. You actually need to remove a protective cover, crawl around on the floor and inspect the machine. The last time we had an issue (we ending up needing a new console) it took five phone calls (and much frustration) to get any real assistance. When I was about to give up and I asked if there was any way to have a trained technition come to my home. The service rep said that the warranty didn't cover that and it would be at my expense. "FINE" I said, only to learn that the company authorized to service this expensive clothes rack doesn't have any one working in my area. I DO NOT recommend this machine at all.
I purchased a treadclimber and could not get it to work correctly. The pedals kept sticking and stalling. I called Bowflex and they walked me through several repair steps
Source: BOWFLEX TREADCLIMBER
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Weight systems are cheap and small. You can find used BowFlex on CL for $400. You can get a treadmill at Play it Again for $500. Whatever you need you can buy, cheap as a used product. People buy these all the time, use them for 30 days and then stop. They spend $2K on a system and sell it two years later for $400 after using it 10 times.
Then you can use for free and sell it when you are done. No travel time, no membership, no fees, and you have an asset, not a monthly bill.
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