Epic 800MX Treadmill Review




Not only does the Epic 800 MX Treadmill EPTL15605 boasts of a sleek and attractive design, it also offers some powerful features! It has a powerful 2.75 horse power commercial-grade Odyssey motor that provides smooth operation for longer periods of time. It’s also quieter than standard motors.

The 20″ x 60″ 2-ply commercial treadbelt is one of the largest and most durable treadbelt offered by Epic and can handle heavy use. To make your workout even more comfortable, you get ComfortStep Adjustable Impact Absorption that allows you to select the perfect level of cushioning that’s just right for you.

Its 2.5″ commercial steel rollers make for an incredibly smooth drive system and extend the life of the treadmill. With a 325 lb. weight capacity deck, this treadmill is ready to handle long workouts.

Get the most out of your workout using its 12 Personal Training Workouts which includes 2 learn programs that you can create yourself. It also offers you 0-12 mph 1-Touch Speed, 0-12% 1-Touch Incline, a Power Pulse Heart Rate Monitor, and CoolAire Workout Fan.


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Good points

  • one of the better warranties from ICON, but not exactly impressive at this price very few models from any brand have a belt larger than the one found on the Epic 800MX console is easy to intuitive to use 325lb weight capacity is above average 325lb weight capacity is above average for this price range fans, cushioning systems and spacesaver folding technology are present

Bad points

  • price is on the high end especially considering the Epic 600MX is very similar in features but much better in price motor should have a more powerful horsepower rating given the large belt although this is a minor issue this model wasn’t updated for 2008 so if you buy, you’re buying old stock




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