You are bidding on a SEARS LifeStyler 8.0 EXP Treadmill with a belt that travels from 0 to 8 mph and has a 2.0 HP motor. The LIFESTYLER 8.0 EXP treadmill blends advanced technology with innovative design to let you enjoy an excellent form of cardiovascular exercise in the convenience and privacy of your home. The heart of the treadmill is the state-of-the-art programmable console. The console offers both manual and program operation, and features an array of independent LCD displays to give you continuous exercise feedback.
This treadmill features:
Manual Speed Control with WALK mode at 1 to 4 mph and RUN mode at 2 to 8 mph (using programmable segment sliders NOT Speed Control Knob) Programmable Speed Control for creating programs with 8 equal time periods called segments for programs as short as 4 minutes or as long as 96 minutes. Changing the Incline to intensify your workout is achieved by adjusting the incline foot knob. LCD Display Operation provides continuous exercise feedback for Calories, Time, Distance, and Speed. Safety Key feature allows the power to be turned off by simply removing the sliding key and prevents children from powering the treadmill when the key is stored out of reach. This treadmill is in great working condition and was hardly used. Speed Control Knob does not work, so I just used the programmable segment sliders to have Manual Speed Control with WALK mode at 1 to 4 mph and RUN mode at 2 to 8 mph. You really don't need the Speed Control Knob. The belt could use some silicon lubricant to keep it running smoothly over time. Please pay and pick up within 3 days of auction closing.
Web Workout: Make a Workstation out of THIS Treadmill I found this great idea for a Web Workout on the internet: Burn Calories While You Surf the Web and Spend Hours at your Standard PC Workstation. Turn this treadmill into a Workstation Treadmill (retailing for $1600+) for a fraction of the cost. ’s how: Bid and win this Sears 8.0 Exp “Lifestyler” 8.0 EXP that goes from 0 to 8 mph. Cut down the 36-inch upright posts and reweld them so that they stand about 16 inches Build a worktable that stands about 50 inches high so that it straddles the newly shortened treadmill. You need to purchase a 48-inch countertop, two sawhorse brackets and 16 feet of 2×4.
Now, while you work, you can also walk. Please note that this first picture is just to illustrate what this web treadmill would look like. The remaining photos are of the actual treadmill up for auction.
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