The Body Sculpture BT3150 treadmill is a low budget option that’s meant to be used for walking and light jogging. It is capable of speeds up to 12.8kph, which is fine for light workouts but won’t be enough for more intense running, and has three manual incline levels. It also comes with hand sensors (for pulse monitoring) and six different preset programmes.
Body Sculpture BT3150 reviews have been mixed. Some reviewers appear to be happy with the product, while others have had problems with reliability. It isn’t clear whether this was due to a bad batch, or whether all Body Sculpture BT3150 treadmills have reliability problems. If you own one of these treadmills it would be great to get your opinion in the comments section below.
Body Sculpture Treadmill BT3150
Body Sculpture BT3150 Specification
- As we mentioned earlier, the maximum speed of the Body Sculpture BT3150 motorised treadmill is 12.8kph, so make sure this is enough for you before you buy. There are three different incline levels up to a maximum of 10%, but these have to be manually adjusted. For the price, however, this is an added bonus.
- The Body Sculpture BT3150 treadmill has a 2.2 peak HP motor, along with an LCD monitor. The monitor keeps track of your pulse, the amount of calories used, speed, time and distance.
- The running deck is 120x40cm, and the treadmill can fold up to 90 degrees in order to make more room for storage.
- Other features include hand pulse sensors, six different programmes so you can vary your running workout and transport wheels.
Body Sculpture BT3150 Reviews
The reviews of the Body Sculpture BT3150 treadmill aren’t all positive. Some rate the product as five out of five starts, with good points including that it’s small when folded up, easy to use and relatively quiet compared to other machines. This means you can have it in the lounge while watching the television. Problems include that the incline isn’t that steep, difficult to setup due to poorly translated instruction manual and problems with reliability in some cases. It’s still a treadmill worth considering if you’re looking for a cheap and basic model though.
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