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What treadmill do you think is the best value for me?
My goal is to make a treadmill desk and walk a lot like 4-12 hours a day. Which treadmill would you recommend for me that will last the longest and have the lowest costs?

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Matrix T30 used a handful of times basically brand new- $1800, no warranty (private party);
Matrix 7xi- $1600 if picked up; commercial treadmill wtih 1 year warranty; ); just cleaned and serviced


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Horion 7.4AT-02 Folding treadmill $1599.00 with 5 year warranty (extra $149.00)
Horizon 7.8AT Folding Treadmill- $1,999.00 with 5- year warranty (extra $199.00)

Both Matrix I would drive 1-2 hours. I know both are great machines. The Matrix 7 is what I’m leaning towards because I want something that will last and that is a great deal. I’d honestly prefer both used as they are decent prices. Any advice? The T30 is about 2 hours to drive and get and the Matrix 7xi is like a $6000 treadmill most YMCAs use and are made to be used a lot. I'm unfamiliar with the T30 though.
 

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Hi, it may differ based on the user weight, special features & their needs. Based on my personal experience I would suggest Durafit Champion has a Special feature like an In-Build Suspension system for additional Shock-Absorption & 5HP peak Ac motor. The product is Awesome & worth the price too....
 

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Generally, the more expensive a treadmill is, the better. Accordingly, it will serve you more, so don't skimp on it and get yourself a high-quality and expensive treadmill. I'm sure you won't regret it. After all, thanks to this thing, if you want, you can improve the health of your heart, lungs, and overall health. I also ran at home on my treadmill for about a year and was able to lose 50 lbs; then, I also started taking peptides for weight loss (Buy Peptides | USA Peptides from Paradigm Peptides), and my result was 100 lbs. I lost 100 lbs! And now my body looks great!
 
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