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  1. Sorry that happened. Somtimes finding the right fit for taller people is a bit difficult. Which treadmill did you guys go with? Any treadmill that has at least a 60 inch deck length should work great for both of you. Depending on your budget you can check out the Sole F63 or F80, NordicTrack 1750, or the Horizon 7.4 AT. These are great mid-range treadmills when it comes to price. If you have any other questions or need more specific recommendations based on your budget just let us know.
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  2. The Elite 5750 is a special model designed just for Sears. We haven't had a chance to test that one in person. The 1750 is Nordictrack's top selling treadmill and kind of the best all-around treadmill for the price. Depending on the price of the 5750, we'd recommend investing in the 1750 unless you are able to save tons of money. The lower-priced treadmills do tend to lack some cushioning and don't have the same structural integrity as the Nordictrack Commercial line.
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  3. I prefer the Nordictrack 1750 over the Sole F80. While some people love subscription content and others don't want to pay for it, you are getting a quality treadmill either way on the 1750 - and you don't have to pay for a subscription if you don't want it. Training for a half-marathon will require lots of time on the tread, and the 1750 has more cushioning as well. There's nothing wrong with the Sole F80 - it's a great treadmill. It's just a bit simpler and has less cushioning than the 1750. Let us know what you decide!
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