Horizon Treadmill Reviews
Horizon treadmills are manufactured by Johnson Health Tech, one of the largest exercise equipment companies in the world.
They have been in business for over 40 years and they are well regarded in the industry for the quality and value of their machines. Johnson also owns Matrix, Vision and AFG, three very popular brands.
Horizon Fitness only focuses on home exercise equipment, such as treadmills, elliptical trainers, rowers, bikes and various parts and accessories. As such they know what their customers are looking for and strive to provide the very best workout experience.
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Let’s take a closer look at the machines…
Horizon Treadmill Reviews – A Look at the Current Models
There are currently six treadmills in Horizon’s lineup, starting with the very popular T101 and ending with the top of the line 7.8 AT. As you move up you get more features and capabilities, so it’s a matter of choosing the one that has what you are looking for.
Horizon Go Series Treadmills
This is the entry level model and one of their biggest sellers due its combination of features and low price.
It has a 20″ x 55″ deck, up to 10 mph speed, 10% incline capability, a 2.25 CHP motor, 4.5″ LCD display, easy folding and five built in workout programs to choose from. The T101 has a 300 lb. max weight capacity.
One of the newer treadmills in the lineup, the T202 improves upon the T101 with a larger deck: 20″ x 60″, incline up to 12% and Bluetooth workout syncing.
Released as a late 2019/early 2020 model, the T303 improves upon the T202 with a stronger motor, more incline and more workout programs.
Horizon Studio Series Treadmills
Released at the same time as the new T202, this is the base model in the series.
The new 7.0 AT jumps up to 15% incline with a 3.0 CHP motor and higher 325 lb. max weight capacity, among other upgraded features that separate it from the GO Series treadmills.
Moving up you have the the mid-range 7.4 AT, which adds a more spacious 22″ x 60″ XL deck, stronger 3.5 CHP motor, 350 lb. max weight capacity and Bluetooth chest strap for wireless heart rate monitoring.
At the top end you have the 7.8 AT, with a 4.0 CHP motor, 375 lb. max weight capacity, aluminum side rails and media controls.
Here are the two recently discontinued series: Adventure and Elite. You may come across these treadmills during your search.
Horizon Adventure Series Treadmills
The Adventure 3 is a step up from the T101, giving you a little more of everything.
It has up to 12 mph speed, 12% incline capability, a 2.5 CHP motor, a 5.75″ display, plus ViaFit workout tracking and Passport HD videos not available on the T101.
Horizon Elite Series Treadmills
The Elite series is another step up from the Adventure Series, built for more performance and better suited for runners.
The Elite T5 gives you everything the Adventure 3 has plus a stronger 2.75 CHP motor, up to 15% incline, larger 8.5″ blue backlit LCD, a whopping 38 built in workout programs and a higher 350 lb. maximum user weight capacity.
The main attraction of the T7 is its longer 20″ x 60″ deck, as opposed to the 20″ x 55″ on the other treadmills.
It has all of the features of the Elite T5 plus a stronger 3.0 CHP motor, USB port and even more workouts for a total of 42.
The top of the line Elite T9 is the most advanced machine in the lineup, with the largest 22″ x 60″ deck, strongest 3.25 CHP motor, aluminum side rails and Bluetooth capability, as well as the most comprehensive warranty in the lineup.
All of the Horizon treadmills are well built and ergonomically designed, with well-cushioned decks that minimize impact on the knees and joints as much as possible.
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