Cory Everson Manual Folding Treadmill with LCD Display

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Cory Everson Manual Folding Treadmill with LCD Display
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Walk your way to a healthier you! Your stepping motion provides the power for a lower body workout on this manual treadmill. It features a generous 42" surface for running or walking, and a large LCD display that shows your time, speed, distance, and calories burned. From Cory Everson.

As always, please consult your personal physician before beginning any diet or exercise program.

Take a realistic approach: If you work consistently and follow the program, you maximize your results.

  • Includes treadmill, MP3 player/cell phone pouch, and 2 AA batteries
  • Quiet operation
  • Water-bottle holder
  • Folds for storage
  • Steel construction
  • Approximate measurements: Upright, 47"L x 25"W x 47"H; Folded, 12"L x 25"W x 49"H
  • Supports up to 220 lbs
  • 90-day Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Made in China

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F02086 - Cory Everson Manual Folding Treadmill with LCD Display 3.9 5 122 122
Love this!!!!!!!!! Its such a great treadmill.....Im so pleased with this purchase and recommend this to someone who wants a treadmill at a great price. I have had this for a week now and use it everyday! 01-14-12
great idea but Great idea but it does't work as shown. The belt keeps slipping to the right and the adjustments per instructions, and still can't get the belt in place. Tried calling but had to leave a message, no timely callback. Poor instructions! As it stands I'm surprised that QVC would sell it' This product is a perfect size and weight, easy to store 02-21-11
You buy cheap, you get cheap! I should have known better than to think I could get something good this cheaply. I couldn't fasten the fender that fits over the flywheel because the holes didn't line up. I had a bolt that had stripped threads so I couldn't use it. (No extras in the package, of course.) The bolts were too short to connect the handles to the base. It was too much of a pain to return. Fortunately, I was lucky enough to have someone cut the fender to fit and give me longer bolts that worked. If I hadn't had that person, I would have had a pile of junk sitting in storage. Now that is put together, I can use it but the belt stops sometimes. Maybe I just don't know how to walk on a treadmill. Anyway, as stated, you buy cheap, you get cheap. 11-27-10
disappointed The instruction book is not good, but do-able. It sticks but not in a consistent way, and every couple steps it stops. This can cause you to lose your balance. I have adjusted it but it still doesn't work. Its not worth the money, but I tore up the box. This is just a big disappointment. 10-29-10
I Love My Treadmill I have used this for a week so I feel confident to leave a review after the brief trial period. Before making the decision to buy this item, I was looking for a treadmill that is manual (check!), easy to move around (check!), affordable and have it delivered to me as I live on a 3rd floor apartment (check!), compact (check!). Okay, so it meets all of my requirements. Also, folding and unfolding is very easy. I am horrible at assembling anything, and this thing took me about an hour to put together. The instructions could have been better at identifying the parts. I need a picture of the part and a name next to it. I am not a toolman; therefore, it does me no good just to give me a name. Another thing I do not like so much is that it is loud, but I guess that is no different than a power treadmill. The instructions have tips on how to make the belt move better if you think it is stuck. It also says to start walking on it, you have to hold handle. Without holding the handle, I cannot make the belt move. You think burn more calories that way. I looked at the instructions online before buying it, so I knew the maximum weight limit and what to expect for assembly beforehand. However, I think the host should have stated the weight limit during presentation. 09-05-10
Spend More I put this together today. The sensor cable was cut during shipping and inoperable. I could deal with that. Once it was together, the belt would not adjust. The tension to keep the belt from slipping under your feet is a mystery and not sustainable. I doubt I will be able to use it for any real workout and will probably put it on the front walk as a FREE for the taking deal. It is not worth the effort to put all those metal pieces back into the box....i am simply out the $150 and should have known better. Save your money, spend more for a treadmill. 07-31-10
Great Buy I am 70 yrs. old and 5 feet tall with a need to trim my weight by 40 lbs. This is a great value for the money. I put it together myself in about 1/2 hour and am using it daily. The treadmill is not motorized and is only stiiff enough to give me a good workout. I put wood blocks under the back to bring it more level. This provides me the walking area and safety I need for a daily workout. Even my 2-year-old great grandson has been able to navigate the treadmill with me. I've had this treadmill for 6-9 months and am very satisfied with this purchase. 07-31-10
tread sticks! This product didn't work at all for me. The tread sticks making it jerky to walk on. Useless. Spend the money on a proper treadmill. 07-23-10
nice little treadmill!! I have had this product for almost 6 years and it took a little getting used to in the beginning....but, just for short time. If you are used to working out, this will be easy for you....not "hard to move" like some others buyers have talked about. Use your muscles, ladies! That's the whole idea of it. You make it move and burn the calories by doing so. It isn't supposed to be a piece of cake. If you are not used to working out, maybe this isn't the product for you--? 07-21-10
Very hard to move.... I was surprised at how hard this is to get moving. I asked my husband to try and oil or lubricate the belt but it's not made that way. You have to hold the bar and push very hard to walk. It's not natural at all. Disappointed to say the least. 03-30-10
Beyond Expectation Took 30 min to assemble. I'm 63, not mechanically inclined or even physically fit. Practically put itself together. Have done my first 5 min session and am quite pleased. Incline adjusts w/cotter pins (included) so I am able to walk flat. Walking outdoors alone is now such a safety issue, I knew I'd have to get a treadmill. Especially for summer here in the South. Am so pleased that it is NOT motorized. Is very compact. Easy to wheel from rm to rm. As former military, I know the value of gradually adding time per session. This is as close to the real thing as it gets. I'm happy I'll be able to walk again - without carrying Mace. I have to add that it is kind of neat to watch TV while getting in my walk. Will update my comment after I've worked up to a 20 min session. Love it!! 03-12-10
Disappointed You part more energy into pushing to make it move. Not worth the money. 02-14-10