Electric Treadmills

A Powertrain treadmill is a great investment for you and your family.

There’s an array of options to suit all exercisers, from parents and seniors to pro runners alike. By determining your budget and requirements ahead of time, you can find the treadmill that’s best suited for you at a fraction of a commercial machine’s cost, here are some features to consider when comparing treadmills: Incline manual / auto, walking area belt size, maximum speed, motor power, computer functions, pre-set programs, overall size, and of course the price. See below for more information which may help you decide what's best for you in the Powertrain range.

What to look our for when buying a treadmill

Treadmill walking area belt size

If you’re a runner or you like having plenty of room to exercise on, you might want to go with longer and wider treadmill. A spacious machine will let you exercise comfortably without having to shorten your stride. If space is a concern, don’t fret - there are plenty of high-quality, foldable treadmills that will suit your needs without taking up your entire workout space.

Treadmill auto-incline feature

Incline on a treadmill makes your legs work harder as the front of the running belt becomes higher, giving you the effect of walking or running up a hill. A treadmill with manual incline lets you adjust the incline angle to pre-set levels. A treadmill with "auto-incline" has an electric motor which increases and decreases the angle of the running platform. This can be done manually while you are training by using the control panel or automatically with pre-set programs which vary the speed and incline automatically over the course of the program!

Treadmill Maximum speed

Do you prefer to walk, jog or run? Depending on your fitness level you might want to go with a machine that can go faster than your average pace. This ensures that you won’t “outpace” your treadmill and have to upgrade it in just a few years.

Treadmill Incline function

Exercising on an incline is a fantastic way to build endurance and lower body strength. If you like to work out at a slower pace, raising the incline on your treadmill lets you maintain your preferred speed while still reaping the benefits of progressive overload.

Treadmill Additional features

Features such as tablet holders, entertainment ports and interval training buttons can make the difference between a regular treadmill and one that you’ll use all the time. Determine which features you want and which ones are simply “nice to have.”

Find the best treadmills for sale here at Powertrain

Whether you’re looking for a budget-friendly treadmill to kickstart your fitness routine, or you want top-tier equipment to support your performance, find the best treadmill for your home gym here at Powertrain Sports. Our extensive range includes everything from space-saving cardio fitness machines to premium treadmills with auto-incline and powerful top speeds. Browse our high-quality models today and find the perfect cardio machine for your home gym!
Treadmill feature guide:
Type Max Speed Incline type Max weight Belt length Belt width Foldable HP
V2010 kphna90kg100cm35cmYes1.0
K-10010 kphmanual100kg100cm40cmYes1.4
V2510 kphna90kg100cm35cmYes1.0
MX110 kphmanual95kg110cm40cmYes1.0
V3015 kphmanual95kg115cm42cmYes1.0
K-20012 kphAuto120kg120cm42cmYes1.4
K-100016 kphAuto130kg123cm46cmYes2.0
MX220 kphAuto140kg135cm48cmYes3.0
V-10020 kphAuto150kg135cm48cmYes3.0
MX320 kphAuto150kg145cm58cmYes3.5
V-110020 kphAuto150kg135cm48cmYes3.0