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  1. As the title says, I'm interested in the Horizon 7.8AT or the Sole F85. Do you know when this year's models of them are coming out? Thanks!
  2. This is excellent information -- thank you Sydney! I'll look out for the updated review of the 1750. Meanwhile, I'll try to find a store in my area that has all three, so I can compare them in person.
  3. Hi All! I'm a first time poster, shopping for a treadmill. Which treadmills should I be considering for my criteria? My goals include the following: Injury prevention Fat loss Long term health span My goals DO NOT include training for any race or any athletic event. I want to use the treadmill purely for fat loss and long term health. Must haves: Ability to read heart rate from Apple Watch or arm band Ability to automatically adjust speed/incline based on heart rate zones Good shock absorption in the deck, for injury prevention. Horizon’s three-zone cushioning sounds appealing, but I’d like to learn about others as well. 3.0 - 4.0 HP motor Belt should be at least 20” wide, 22”preferred Belt should be at least 60” long Max speed of at least 10mph Max incline of 15% Warranty: 5+ years on parts, 2+years on labor, 5+ years on motor Don’t need, but ok to have: A Touchscreen. It’s ok to have, but a low-tech interface is fine for me. Adjustable deck cushioning. I’ll only ever use one setting. Ability to decline. I likely won't use that. More about me: I'm 5'9", 60 years old, 180 lbs I'll be the only user of the treadmill I'll be using it 4-5 times per week Thanks for your help, I look forward to hearing from you! Best, Bill
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