The treadmill happens to be the most popular gym equipment and has been on the fitness scene for so long. Because it offers a great option in terms of getting fit, losing weight, and muscle toning. And the very first treadmill was a manual type, that’s why in this article the best treadmills in the market have been evaluated according to their features, ease of use of such features, its portability, adjustability, and of course, its durability.

Conquering the top rank is the Confidence Fitness Magnetic Manual Treadmill ($139.99) this one is built with a strong frame, with many levels of magnetic resistance, and very compact design. All of these are best in terms of doing decent jogging and walking workouts with its 5% incline adjustment. It is also foldable to a flat form making it easy to store whether in a closet or under your bed. It gives you eight resistance levels that let you adjust in terms of the intensity you are aiming for. It also includes a computer system that allows you to keep track of your miles, and calories burned with its odometer. Truly this one deserves the top spot!

The Exerpeutic 100XL Manual Magnetic Treadmill gets the second place with its heart rate handrail sensors that lets you know how much is your estimated heart rate while working out! It has a 325-pound max weight allowance making it true heavy-duty equipment. It is also easy to fold up as it is known to be one of the most transportable equipments on this list. It also offers a three-year limited warranty for the satisfaction of the customer. Coming in third is the Fitness Reality TR3000 ($219.77) this offers a very solid and stable design, and dual precision machined flywheels providing you a smoother running system. It also has a heart rate sensor letting you know your pulse per minute as you workout. And has also a 325-pound user weight, built for heavy-duty purposes.

The fourth-place goes to the Stamina InMotion Manual Treadmill this one on the lighter side as it is a lightweight model with two incline angle settings. It also offers sturdy design, despite its low price point at $129.96. It gives a monitor that lets you track your cardio workouts. The ProGear 190 Manual Treadmill ($123.99) ranks fifth offering a great price without compromising its durability. It offers a consistent and smooth walk due to its oversized belt rollers. Lastly, it is also compact as it is foldable.

Placing sixth is the Weslo Cadence G 5.9 Treadmill Series ($352.96) this one offers a comfortable cushioning and design to save space with its capability to fold up and out of your way when you’re done with your workout. It includes six personal trainer workouts you can make do with this machine. And the intensity of your workouts can be easily manipulated with its incline. Next to the latter is the NordicTrack T 6.5 Series ($899.00) one of those on the pricier side, this one has a 10-inch touch screen and one-year free membership to iFit. Twenty workouts are also available with this machine and have a strong motor, and wide belt all for the users’ comfort, and security. This one includes a lifetime warranty on its frame and motor which is also a good deal for the user knowing its price point.

The Smart Digital Folding Exercise Machine ($299.99) is built with easy fold-up design and a built-in hand grip sensor. And a powerful quiet motor that lets you run on it or walk without getting bothered with the motor noise. Also, it has Bluetooth capability and a nice LCD in terms of its features. All of these contributed to its eighth spot on this list. Following at ninth place is the Merax Electric Folding Treadmill ($249.99) with its durable four-layered belt guaranteeing a solid material for the buyer. It also offers convenient wheels, a powerful quiet motor, and compact folding design, letting you have all comfort and portability in one. The last spot goes to the Sunny Health and Fitness Treadmill that has a built-in table holder that lets you put your phone or tablet conveniently while working out. It also includes a shock-absorbing deck, soft drop system that keeps it from ruining your floor, and pulse checking grips for your cardio assessment after your workout. A quality LCD is also included in this that lets you keep track of your stats. Making this one qualified to be included on this list because of its capabilities.

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