builds premium treadmills that constantly receive "Best
Buy" ratings from leading consumer reviews. You really
can't criticize a Landice treadmill, since they are engineered
to last, and equipped with the finest components available.
This includes a Baldor motor, which is industrial strength
and is unsurpassed in performance.
Landice treadmills range from $2,800 to $4,600x. Unlike
other brands, you won't have to worry about replacing this
treadmill for a number of years. In fact, a Landice treadmill
may out last you.
One of the reasons Landice treadmills excel in quality and
design, is because that is all they build. Unlike other
treadmill manufacturers that build other types of fitness
equipment, Landice specializes in only treadmills.
Their treadmills are built to institutional standards, in
fact Landice has over 20,000 treadmills placed in health
clubs around the world. They are built for serious runners
who want a machine that will take a beating. The various
accolades, as describe below, are evidence to the quality
of their treadmills.
Landice Treadmill Reviews
Treadmill Doctor Review
Treadmill Doctor rated the Landice L7 Pro Sports Trainer
a "Best Buy" in the $2,500 - $3,000 range for
2005. Their comments, "It's hard to pass up the lifetime
warranty and if you are a runner, you will love this treadmill."
In general they say, "Landice has been making treadmills
since 1967 and typically have a much better construction
than appearance…with the upgrade to the new look electronics
this year; they have really helped themselves in the aesthetics
"An incredibly solid treadmill. Some cheaper treadmills
may be better for some people but if you're serious, this
is a serious machine."
"It is a thing that is beautiful in motion and you
cannot beat the Baldor motor."
Runner' World Review on the Landice L*
RW rated the Landice L8 Road Runner treadmill 6th on their
The unique automotive motif includes shift-lever speed and
incline controls, and analog-style gauges for speed and
incline. Also features a six-disc Kenwood CD changer with
speakers in the console posts and a headphone jack. Long
63-inch belt. Fast acceleration. Quiet running. Minimal
programs. Scanning display can show only one piece of data
at a time. Control buttons are small. Best warranty.
Tester quote: "The shift levers are easy to grab, and
I gave Landice bonus points for this useful design innovation."
Regarding the L7 Executive Trainer: "An exceptionally
solid, stable machine with a unique multi-feature display."
ConsumerGuide Treadmill Rating
ConsumerGuide gave the Landice L7 Executive Trainer and
the L8 Cardio Trainer a Recommend rating. They gave the
Road Runner L8 a "Best Buy".
Landice L7 Executive Trainer: “If you want the best
- and can afford it - the L7 is the bad boy.”
The American Council on Exercise (ACE)
Awarded Landice their first-ever "Excellence in Customer
ConsumerSearch said the following about the Landice L7 Pro
Heavy runners/pros. Experts say that this sturdy, well-built
Landice feels like a health-club treadmill and can take
a real pounding from serious runners. It also gets high
marks for ergonomics, an oversized running surface, and
build quality, backed by a lifetime warranty on all parts.
Experts say the 3 HP motor is smooth and quiet. This treadmill
is a monster, with a large footprint, making it very stable-but
you'll need plenty of floor space for the L7.
Source : http://www.treadmill-ratings-reviews.com/brand/landice.htm
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